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IBM Clients Build More Integrated, Intelligent, Automated Infrastructures to Reduce Costs, Manage Risk, Improve Service

Tuesday, April 28, 2009

IBM  today announced that its clients around the world such as the Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation, Tricon Geophysics and the United States Bowling Congress are building new, more dynamic infrastructures to help reduce costs, improve service  and manage risk.  The company also announced additional new dynamic infrastructure products and services.   As a result, clients will be better able to respond to and manage challenges presented by today's globally integrated world.

Clients including Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation, Tricon Geophysics and the United States Bowling Congress are working with IBM to develop smarter, more intelligent infrastructures that help reduce costs and improve services they provide to their customers. The infrastructure technology helps clients manage and gain insight from an increasing number of things in their physical infrastructure that are being instrumented with intelligent sensors; analyze vast amounts of information; and become more "green" and cost efficient.

IDC estimates the market opportunity for the software, servers, technologies, and services to manage the world's converged IT and physical infrastructure to be $122 billion by 2012.

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