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01/9/14 - R$454.93
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Market Cap
457.4B
Average Volume 10 Days
370.0
EPS TTM
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Shares Outstanding
1.0B
EX-Date
02/7/14
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Dividend
R$8.90
Dividend Yield
1.97%
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International Business Machines Corporation provides information technology (IT) products and services worldwide. The company’s Global Technology Services segment provides IT infrastructure and business process services, including outsourcing, process, integrated technology, cloud, and technology support. Its Global Business Services segment offers consulting solutions for strategy and transformation, application innovation, enterprise applications, and smarter analytics; and application management, maintenance, and support services. International Business Machines Corporation’s Software segment offers middleware and operating systems software, such as WebSphere software to integrate and manage business processes; and information management software for database and enterprise content management, information integration, data governance, data warehousing and analytics, business analytics and intelligence, and predictive analytics. This segment also provides Tivoli software for cloud and datacenter management, enterprise endpoint and mobile device management, asset and facilities management, storage management, and security systems; Rational software that supports software development; and Mobile Software for platform and application development, mobile security, and mobile device management. The company’s Systems and Technology segment provides computing power and storage solutions; and semiconductor technology, products, and packaging solutions. Its Global Financing segment provides lease and loan financing to end users; commercial financing to dealers and remarketers of IT products; and remanufacturing and remarketing services for equipment. The company was formerly known as Computing-Tabulating-Recording Co. and changed its name to International Business Machines Corporation in 1924. International Business Machines Corporation was founded in 1910 and is headquartered in Armonk, New York.

431,212 Employees
Last Reported Date: 02/25/14
Founded in 1910

intl business mach corp-bdr (IBMB34) Top Compensated Officers

Chairman, Chief Executive Officer, President ...
Total Annual Compensation: $1.5M
Senior Vice President and Group Executive of ...
Total Annual Compensation: $716.0K
Senior Vice President of Legal & Regulatory A...
Total Annual Compensation: $650.0K
Senior Vice President and Director of Researc...
Total Annual Compensation: $625.9K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

intl business mach corp-bdr (IBMB34) Key Developments

IBM Creates Big Data & Business Analytics Center of Competence in Greece

IBM has announced that it will establish a new Big Data and Business Analytics Center of Competence in Athens, Greece advancing its ability to deliver Big Data and Business Analytics technical and consulting capabilities in the region, drawing on an emerging generation of highly skilled local expertise. The new center will help companies to better leverage analytics and cognitive computing capabilities, improving business operations and enhancing their competitiveness in the global marketplace. Operating within IBM Greece's Services business, the Center of Competence team will provide clients with world-class expertise based on IBM Research, which dedicates two-thirds of its work to Big Data, Analytics and the fast-emerging field of Cognitive Computing; the combined intellectual capital of IBM's more than 30 Big Data and Business Analytics acquisitions over the past five years; access to 15,000 consultants and 400 IBM mathematicians globally who focus exclusively on Big Data and Analytics; collaboration with 6,000 industry partners at a global level that work with IBM to help clients capitalize on Big Data; and insights from thousands of successful client engagements worldwide. The new Center will lead Big Data and Business Analytics client engagements in the region, working closely with IBM's global network of Business Analytics Centers in Berlin, Beijing, Dallas, London, New York, Tokyo, Washington and Zurich.

Casio Computer Company Ltd. Creates Cost-Effective Virtualized Storage Infrastructure with Red Hat, Inc. and IBM

Red Hat, Inc. and IBM announced that Casio Computer Company Ltd., Tokyo, Japan, has realized significant results in IT efficiency, performance and cost savings with a solution comprising Red Hat Storage, Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and IBM System x servers. By combining virtualized industry-standard servers with open software-defined storage, Casio now has a highly available and agile storage solution that can accommodate heavy data workloads by scaling to petabytes. Casio, with the help of IBM Business Partner Lightwell Ltd. Co., deployed Red Hat Storage into its existing infrastructure comprising Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization and IBM System x3650 servers to cut its storage costs and to avoid inflexible vendor lock-in. IBM System x servers with Red Hat solutions were used to provide the backbone for the virtualized environment to offer reliability and support for new digital capabilities focused on increasing sales and visibility of Casio's clock, digital cameras and tablets products. Red Hat Storage acts as a data-store of Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization, the open datacenter virtualization solution built on performance of the Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) hypervisor. Within two years, Casio slashed its storage costs in half by integrating the internal storage disks of multiple servers and using it as one large storage pool that is accessible through the virtualized server. The Red Hat Storage management console also provides a simplified and unified way to manage both the storage and virtualized server environments for optimized performance.

IBM Helps Pelephone Communications Ltd. to Adopt New Data Architecture for Growth

Pelephone Communications Ltd. has turned to IBM to help bring much-needed order, ease of use, and flexibility to its overstressed storage infrastructure. Pelephone replaced its entire EMC environment with only three IBM XIV Storage systems, a solution that is expected to save the company $1.5 million dollars in three years. The migration from EMC to IBM XIV included the transferring of nearly 1PB of data from 3,000 disk drives in the EMC products to just 504 high-capacity drives on the XIVs.

 

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