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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES BETS BIG ON THE INTERNET OF THINGS

IBM | November 17, 2015

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The Internet of Things (IoT) -- which entails essentially "connecting" the world around us -- was a seemingly far-fetched idea just a couple of years ago, but has quickly become a legitimate, fast-growing new market. In fact, some pundits have predicted it could become a $1.7 trillion market in just five years. Other predictions aren't quite so lofty, but most agree the opportunity is mammoth....

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IBM OPENS WATSON IOT GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS

  | December 15, 2015

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IBM has made its biggest investment in Europe in more than two decades with the opening of its new global headquarters for Watson Internet of Things (Iot) in the HighLight Towers in Munich. To accompany the opening, Big Blue also launched a series of new offerings, capabilities and ecosystem partners all geared to combining the power of cognitive computing with the connected devices, sensors and systems that make up the IoT. The new facility in Munich will serve as the global headquarters...

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IBM OPENS WATSON INTERNET OF THINGS GLOBAL HQ IN MUNICH TO DRIVE COGNITIVE COMPUTING RESEARCH

  | December 15, 2015

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IBM has opened a brand new global headquarters for Watson Internet of Things (IoT) in Munich, Germany in an effort to drive the innovation and development of connected devices and cognitive computing. Cognitive computing software uses natural language processing, machine learning and artificial intelligence to collect and analyse unstructured data and help users make better informed decisions. The Munich campus at HighLight Towers represents IBM's first European Watson innovati...

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IBM BRINGS WATSON TO IOT

| December 16, 2015

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IBM has inaugurated the IoT Global Headquarters and will use the Watson technology to analyze and interpret IoT data. The Internet of Things is getting bigger every day. There are currently over 9 billion connected devices generating 2.5 x 108 bytes daily, according to IBM. The market opportunity is to reach $1.7 trillion and 50B devices by 2020, the latest being an estimation from Texas Instruments. It is no wonder big companies like Microsoft, Google, Apple, Intel, Pivotal, and ...

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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES BETS BIG ON THE INTERNET OF THINGS

IBM | November 17, 2015

The Internet of Things (IoT) -- which entails essentially "connecting" the world around us -- was a seemingly far-fetched idea just a couple of years ago, but has quickly become a legitimate, fast-growing new market. In fact, some pundits have predicted it could become a $1.7 trillion market in just five years. Other predictions aren't quite so lofty, but most agree the opportunity is mammoth....

Read More
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IBM OPENS WATSON IOT GLOBAL HEADQUARTERS

  | December 15, 2015

IBM has made its biggest investment in Europe in more than two decades with the opening of its new global headquarters for Watson Internet of Things (Iot) in the HighLight Towers in Munich. To accompany the opening, Big Blue also launched a series of new offerings, capabilities and ecosystem partners all geared to combining the power of cognitive computing with the connected devices, sensors and systems that make up the IoT. The new facility in Munich will serve as the global headquarters...

Read More
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IBM OPENS WATSON INTERNET OF THINGS GLOBAL HQ IN MUNICH TO DRIVE COGNITIVE COMPUTING RESEARCH

  | December 15, 2015

IBM has opened a brand new global headquarters for Watson Internet of Things (IoT) in Munich, Germany in an effort to drive the innovation and development of connected devices and cognitive computing. Cognitive computing software uses natural language processing, machine learning and artificial intelligence to collect and analyse unstructured data and help users make better informed decisions. The Munich campus at HighLight Towers represents IBM's first European Watson innovati...

Read More
news image

IBM BRINGS WATSON TO IOT

| December 16, 2015

IBM has inaugurated the IoT Global Headquarters and will use the Watson technology to analyze and interpret IoT data. The Internet of Things is getting bigger every day. There are currently over 9 billion connected devices generating 2.5 x 108 bytes daily, according to IBM. The market opportunity is to reach $1.7 trillion and 50B devices by 2020, the latest being an estimation from Texas Instruments. It is no wonder big companies like Microsoft, Google, Apple, Intel, Pivotal, and ...

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