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ⓘ IBM. International Business Machines Corporation is a multinational technology company from the United States that makes and sells software, computer hardware, ..




                                               

Cryptographic anchor

A cryptographic anchor is a unique identifier that can be put into products and cannot be removed or changed. Crypto-anchors can be tiny computers or optical codes. This means they can even be put into dye. The cryptographic anchor is connected to a blockchain. Its uses include prevention or detection of fraud as well as product tracing. IBM has worked on developing cryptographic anchors. Proposed uses include labeling a pill the code for the dye would become visible when touched with water and marking fluids. The reason for using these anchors is to ensure authenticity of products. The su ...

                                               

Hiroshi Inuzuka

Hiroshi Inuzuka is a Japanese actor and bass player. He is the member of Hajime Hana and The Crazy Cats. As of 2020, he is the only survivor of the group. The only member of Crazy Cats to have survived to the Reiwa era. His real name is Hiromu Inuzuka and his nickname was Wan-chan, which is mean "Mister Dog" in English. He is also work as a talent agent at the Sakai Office.

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ⓘ IBM

International Business Machines Corporation is a multinational technology company from the United States that makes and sells software, computer hardware, infrastructure services, and consulting services. IBM is one of the biggest Information Technology companies in the world. IBM has had the most patents of any technology company for many years, and has made many important inventions and discoveries that have improved computers.

IBM began in 1911, it was called the "Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company". It was set up by a man named Charles Flint. There were no computers at that time, so IBM made other machines, such as typewriters. In 1924, the company changed its name to International Business Machines IBM. In 1937, the companys Tabulating Machines were used by the United States government to record information about Americans, so they could make a new law called the Social Security Act.

During World War II, IBM made guns for the American army. During the 1960s and 1970s IBM dominated the mainframe computer market. IBM computers were used for American space exploration. From the 1980s starting in 1981 until 2005, IBM made personal computers. In 2005, IBM sold their personal computer manufacturing to a Chinese company called Lenovo. Today, IBM mostly makes software, and some powerful supercomputers.

                                     

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  • IBM website at the Wayback Machine archived October 22, 1996
  • Official website
  • IBM companies grouped at OpenCorporates
  • Samme Chittum March 15, 2004. "In an I.B.M. Village, Pollution Fears Taint Relations With Neighbors". New York Times.
                                     
  • consumers and patients. A typical application envisioned by IBM is fighting product fraud. IBM s crypto - anchors can authenticate a product s origin and contents
  • 2007 Oracle had the third - largest software revenue, after Microsoft and IBM In January 2010 it bought Sun Microsystems. The corporation has arguably
  • chairman and CEO of IBM from 1914 to 1956. He has been known to be called one of the greatest salesmen when he died and turned IBM into a successful company
  • Job Control Language JCL is a name for scripting languages used on IBM mainframe operating systems. It instructs the system on how to run a batch job
  • technology used to attach hard disks to Servers. It was developed by IBM in the 1990s. IBM produced a number of drives with this standard, but today, it has
  • in the humanities.The institute was founded in 1992 with money donated by IBM In 2010, the institute developed the Social Networks and Archival Context
  • University in 1992. Dean s first job was at IBM as an engineer. He invented three important technology s at IBM including the color PC monitor and the first
  • long run. IBM was notably absent from Microsoft s announcement, and by late 1984, the press reported a War of the Windows between Windows, IBM s TopView
  • computer company headquartered in Houston, Texas, provided some of the first IBM PC compatible computers. It was later bought by Hewlett - Packard. It was founded
  • Dassault Systemes and marketed world - wide by IBM CATIA is written in C Dassault Systemes Home Page IBM CATIA page Archived 2007 - 10 - 12 at the Wayback
  • Hawk, a U.S. World War II fighter aircraft Computers IBM Kittyhawk, 2008 supercomputer designed by IBM to run entire Internet. HP Kittyhawk microdrive, hard
  • WAV or WAVE short for Waveform Audio File Format, is a Microsoft and IBM audio file format standard for storing an audio bitstream on PCs. It resembles
Lynn Conway
                                               

Lynn Conway

Lynn Ann Conway is an American computer scientist, electrical engineer, inventor, and transgender activist. She worked at IBM in the 1960s. She is known for her invention of generalized dynamic instruction handling. She is also widely-known for the Mead & Conway revolution. Born a male, Conway transitioned into a woman. After IBM found out about this, she was fired in 1968. In 2020, IBM apologized for firing Conway.

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