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IBM increases Datacenters to enable organizations build futuristic applications leveraging IoT & AI

IBM announced the opening of four new datacenters; two in London; one in San Jose, California; and another one in Sydney, Australia. The announcement came one day after the company’s second quarter 2017 earnings report, which failed to earn good revenues. With this, IBM now has nearly 60 Datacenters, spread across 19 countries to support the global expansion of its cloud services. John Considine, General Manager for cloud infrastructure services, IBM said, “IBM operates cloud data centers in nearly every major market around the world, ensuring that our clients can keep their data local for a variety of reasons – including performance, security or regulatory requirements.” He further added, “We continue to expand our cloud capacity in response to growing demand from clients who require clou...

AI and cognitive computing – spearheading enterprise digital transformation

Artificial Intelligence, robotics and machine learning concepts are changing the parameters of data extraction and analysis. With the onset of digital transformation, there’s a great need to process huge volumes of data into useful insights. But with traditional data analytic methods, businesses are not be able to process the entire data, especially that which is in the form of images, videos, and human voice, collectively known as ‘dark data’. To process such kind of data, organizations need cognitive computing. Originally, the concept of cognitive computing comes from cognitive science which include study of human brain and how it works. Cognitive computing aims to stimulate the human thought processing in a computerized way. It achieves that with the help of various se...

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