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IBM Pledges $50 Million to Create 100 Smarter Cities

IBM Pledges $50 Million to Create 100 Smarter Cities

IBM (NYSE: IBM) today inaugurated Smarter Cities Challenge, a competitive grant program in which IBM will award $50 million worth of technology and services to help 100 municipalities across the globe. Teams of IBM experts will provide city leaders with recommendations for successful growth, better delivery of municipal services, more citizen engagement, and improved efficiency. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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IBM Pledges $50 Million to Create 100 Smarter Cities

IBM Outlines Vision of a More Intuitive Internet

“The project illustrated how the Internet will move beyond the present paradigm where people are responsible for the initiating and managing their own manual navigation of the Web, to a ‘personalized Web,’ functioning as a platform of services and resources that are dynamically and automatically configured to suit each person’s individual goals, tasks and concerns, in a way that person wants,” says Joanna Ng, master inventor and head of research at IBM’s Center for Advanced Studies. [Click on Logo to learn more]

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IBM Pledges $50 Million to Create 100 Smarter Cities

McGill University Health Centre Selects IBM to Build Private Data Storage Cloud to Improve Clinicians’ Access to Patient Information

The IBM solution will enable MUHC IT to centrally manage and consolidate various storage resources and provide a strategic and single view of all data. It will provide clinicians at these locations that are part of MUHC with a more comprehensive view of all patient and other data, accessed from many repositories and stored in many formats, seamlessly. [Click on Logo to learn more]

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IBM Pledges $50 Million to Create 100 Smarter Cities

IBM and McMaster University Collaborate on “Smarter Transportation” Research

McMaster and IBM (NYSE: IBM) have launched a research project to investigate how the automotive industry can connect a vehicle’s multiple microprocessors, which currently work in isolation, to create a “cognitive car” that can predict vehicle failures before they happen, redirect drivers to less congested routes and help reduce traffic accidents. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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