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News General
July 28, 2020  

IBM launches digital platform to help Canadian job seekers and business owners get back to work

Canada added nearly one million jobs in June, but there are still close to two million fewer jobs than there were pre-COVID

News Government General
June 11, 2020  

IBM quits facial recognition, joins call for police reforms

IBM had previously tested its facial recognition software with the New York Police Department

News Manufacturing General Technology
April 2, 2020  

Your computer can help scientists seeking COVID-19 treatments: IBM

Scripps Research project to help scientists virtually screen chemical compounds that might help fight the virus.

News Government Manufacturing General Technology
February 6, 2019  

Markham to be a ‘living lab’ for Bell, IBM smart city research: Mayor

Program will combine Bell’s broadband networks, IBM data analytics and data from sensors.

News Electronics General
October 30, 2018  

IBM’s $34B Red Hat deal is risky bid to boost cloud business

It is the biggest acquisition in IBM’s century-long history.

News Electronics General
October 10, 2018  

Montreal to host annual world artificial intelligence summit through 2021

Quebec’s largest city has become a global hub for research in AI.

News Aerospace Manufacturing Transportation Business Operations Facilities Maintenance General Operations Production
May 17, 2017  

Bombardier taps IBM to improve its IT operations

Six-year contract, which spans 47 countries, is worth about $700 million.

News Manufacturing General Technology
April 25, 2017  

ABB, IBM partner to bring artificial intelligence to the plant floor

Combines ABB Ability and IBM Watson to take data gathering and analysis to the next level.

Tech Centre Manufacturing General
February 13, 2017  

IBM’s Watson computer ‘gets a job’ fighting cybercrime threat

University of New Brunswick one of 40 customers beta testing the new app.

News Manufacturing General
December 6, 2016  

IBM teaching its Q&A Watson system more to combat cybercrime

Graduated to the next level, now beta testing to help organizations facing cyber attacks.

News Manufacturing General Technology
May 10, 2016  

Students to teach IBM’s Q&A system cyber crime fighting

Canadian universities among those to show Watson how to examine threats.

News Government Manufacturing Economy General Technology
March 24, 2016  

IBM to create 100 cybersecurity jobs in New Brunswick

Premier Brian Gallant says the expansion builds a strong foundation for continued growth in the province’s IT sector.

News Manufacturing General Operations Production Sustainability Technology
July 28, 2015  

IBM wants to use waste heat to cool data centres [VIDEO]

Thermal pump-driven energy recycling program could make the cooling of high-consumption data centres much more efficient.

News Electronics Manufacturing General Technology
July 14, 2015  

IBM releases world’s first 7 nanometer semiconductor [INFOGRAPHIC]

The company last year announced a $3 billion investment in chip technology over five years.

News Automotive Manufacturing Transportation General Technology
April 23, 2015  

Peugeot, IBM partner to develop connected car technologies

Will focus on commercializing services and building next-gen technical solutions.

News Electronics Manufacturing General Operations Production Technology
February 26, 2015  

IBM says business analytics, cloud computing focus to net $40B by 2019

$4 billion investment plans include mobile services technologies, and a potential partnership with rival Apple.

News Electronics Manufacturing General Technology
September 29, 2014  

Lenovo acquires IBM’s low-end server business for $2.1B

Will drive businesses that include computers, mobile devices and services.

News Electronics Government Manufacturing Business Operations General Technology
May 14, 2014  

BlackBerry relinquishes control of corporate device management

Smartphone-maker will open its current smartphone operating system to competitors including IBM, AirWatch and Citrix,

News Manufacturing Business Operations Sustainability Technology
December 9, 2013  

IBM, IBN convert plastics into disease fighting nanofibres [VIDEO]

The biocompatible materials are designed to target and attack fungal infections, such as skin conditions and athlete’s foot.

News Manufacturing Business Operations Operations Production Sustainability
May 23, 2012  

More Canadian companies sourcing talent globally: report

Long term prospects, however, remain uncertain.

News Business Operations Technology
December 10, 2010  

MEMS centre gets $14.1M grant

The MiQro Innovation Collaborative Centre is getting a $14.1 million federal government grant as part of the Centres of Excellence for Commercialization and Research program.