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  • The Power Systems is a family of server computers from IBM that are based on its Power processor.
  • IBM Power helps customers respond faster to business demands, protect data from core to cloud, and streamline insights and automation while maximizing reliability in a sustainable way.

As businesses continue to increase their reliance on the cloud, having a reliable infrastructure to support their workloads is key. With the hybrid and multi-cloud seemingly the go-to model for most organizations today, having access to an ecosystem of tools that can run essential workloads such as databases and core business applications is a prerogative.

While most tech vendors are able to provide this, having a purpose-built system is ideally the best solution for organizations. And this is where IBM Power systems come in. Known for their performance, scalability, and flexibility, IBM recently announced an expansion to its Power10 server line with the introduction of mid-range and scale-out systems to modernize, protect and automate business applications and IT operations.

The new servers join the popular Power10 E1080 server which was initially introduced in September 2021 to deliver a secured, resilient hybrid cloud experience that can be managed with other x86 and multi-cloud management software across clients’ IT infrastructure. This expansion of the IBM Power10 family with the new midrange and scale-out servers brings high-end server capabilities throughout the product line. Not only do the new systems support critical security features such as transparent memory encryption and advanced processor/system isolation, but also leverage the OpenBMC project from the Linux Foundation for high levels of security for the new scale-out servers.

In a accurate media briefing, Francis Ong, ASEANZK POWER Business Unit Executive commented that the expanded IBM Power10 portfolio is built around the next-generation IBM Power10 processor with two times more cores and more than two times memory bandwidth than previous Power generations.

What makes it more interesting is the new flexible consumption choices. As organizations continue to expand based on their business requirements, IBM’s new flexible consumption offerings enable pay-as-you-go options and by-the-minute metering for IBM Power Private Cloud. This enables more opportunities to help lower the cost of running OpenShift solutions on Power when compared to alternative platforms.

Ong explained that these new consumption models build on options already available with IBM Power Virtual Server to enable greater flexibility in clients’ hybrid journeys. Additionally, the highly anticipated IBM subscription delivers a comprehensive platform solution with the hardware, software, and support/services included in the subscription service.

At the same time, the expansion of the IBM Power10 family has been engineered to establish one of the industry’s most flexible and broadest range of servers for data-intensive workloads such as SAP S/4HANA – from on-premises workloads to hybrid cloud. The new systems with IBM Power Virtual Server also help clients operate a secured hybrid cloud experience that delivers high performance and architectural consistency across their IT infrastructure. The systems are uniquely designed so as to protect sensitive data from core to cloud and enable virtual machines and containerized workloads to run simultaneously on the same systems.

For critical business workloads that have traditionally needed to reside on-premises, they can now be moved into the cloud as workloads and needs demand. This flexibility can help clients mitigate the risk and time associated with rewriting applications for a different platform.

To maximize the capabilities of the IBM Power10, businesses would need the support of a robust ecosystem. In Malaysia, the banking system has been relying on such an ecosystem through Silverlake Axis. An IBM partner, Silverlake Axis collaborates with clients to build hybrid environments, connecting essential workloads to the cloud to maximize the value of their existing infrastructure investments.

In Malaysia, the Silverlake Axis Integrated Banking Solution (SIBS) for example is highly valued as a matured feature-rich, scalable, and robust Banking Platform with compelling modernization strategies and technology renewal, enabling an organization to be a market leader.

Catherine Lian, Managing Director and Technology Leader of IBM Malaysia also commented that the major banks in the country are using IBM Power servers for their processes with several recipients of the digital banking license in Malaysia also working with Silverlake Axis on this.






Wed, 03 Aug 2022 16:00:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://techwireasia.com/2022/08/ibm-expands-power-10-capabilities/
Killexams : IBM still breaking new ground at Wimbledon

IBM’s Watson is being used by the All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC) as it strives to attract and retain digital audiences to the 154-year-old Wimbledon tennis championship.

After more than 30 years of providing the AELTC with technology for collecting statistics, as well as the IT foundations underpinning them, IBM is constantly working to help the organisation automate digital services and engage with fans.

Today, IBM Watson artificial intelligence (AI), sitting in IBM Cloud, is personalising content to encourage fans who try out digital platforms to do so again and again.

“Our main goal is to ensure we are maintaining Wimbledon’s relevance, attracting online audiences and providing them with the opportunity to engage with the event and keep coming back,” she told Computer Weekly.

Serving fans through AI

The partnership with IBM, also a sponsor, has come a long way since the original agreement in 1990 saw IBM generate rudimentary stats for the AELTC. “IBM has helped us ensure we have the foundations to do that from a broader technology perspective, and [with IBM] we are continually challenging ourselves to innovate on what we have today and that we are adapting the way we provide for fans,” added Willis.

IBM Watson AI creates tailored highlight reels automatically

Watson is the nucleus of much of the latest innovation, with personalised services. For instance, today Watson is automatically creating highlight reels tailored for individual fans, using a combination of structured and unstructured data.

The ability of AI to automate the creation of personalised reels of match action is perhaps the most overt example of progress. In the past, the creation of highlight reels for broadcasters required humans to manually go through matches and pick out the key moments, which was very time-consuming. But today, Watson can create a reel automatically that is personalised for individual fans.

“These two-minute reels are automatically created by Watson through a combination of stats, listening to the crowd reaction and looking at the gestures of the players,” said Kevin Farrar, IBM UK sports partnership lead. “We then make it available to the Wimbledon digital team.”

“We work with the club to bring the beauty and drama of Wimbledon to life for digital fans around the world. It is essentially a massive data operation. It all starts with the data”
Kevin Farrar, IBM

A huge amount of data is generated across the 18 courts at Wimbledon, and without in-depth knowledge, it is difficult for the average digital fan to fully appreciate a game. “It’s all reaching slightly different audiences, which was our goal, rather than preaching to the converted,” said Willis.

This is where IBM data scientists, combined with tennis experts, come in. “We take the tennis stats and combine it with other data sources, such as the Hawkeye system tracking the player and ball movements throughout a rally. We then create insights which are shared to different audiences,” said Farrar.

“We work with the club to bring the beauty and drama of Wimbledon to life for digital fans around the world,” he added. “It is essentially a massive data operation. It all starts with the data. Turning it into meaningful and engaging insights that we can put out on digital global platforms.”

A huge amount of data is generated across the 18 courts at Wimbledon

Another popular digital offering is the IBM Power Index which ranks player momentum, form and performance of players in the lead-up to and during the championships. It looks at structured data such as results, but also unstructured data, including the buzz is in the media. It then applies an AI algorithm which comes up with a ranking for players.

“The Power Index was designed to help fans work out who to follow, and there has been good engagement with that,” said Willis. “Then, once fans have taken an interest in a player, we wanted to educate them on what to look out for in a match.” Another tool, Match Insights, presents fans with facts and allows them to challenge Watson and other users in making match predictions based on the detailed stats they receive.

There has been success in building audiences through digital platforms like these, according to Willis. “We have seen steady growth of digital platforms,” she said. “When I started here about 10 years ago, we were getting an audience of about 11 million unique devices. In 2016, we had a record of 21 million unique devices connect, when Andy Murray won. We are on course for a very successful tournament this year.”

“Beyond scale, it is about demographics and location. We are proud to be a global brand and our audience reflects that,” she added. “In terms of a younger audience, we are developing things using AI to help young people better understand tennis, so when they stumble upon it they are fans for life.”

Wimbledon is part of IBM’s global sports portfolio, which includes the Masters golf and the US Open tennis. It has teams that work all year around from the UK and Atlanta, US.

Thu, 07 Jul 2022 09:37:00 -0500 en text/html https://www.computerweekly.com/news/252522454/IBM-still-breaking-new-ground-at-Wimbledon
Killexams : IBM Is Relevant Again, Here's When To Buy
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In the history of information technology, there are not many companies that have reinvented themselves after missing out on seismic changes. IBM (NYSE:IBM) missed the cloud revolution, but the company has reinvented itself with the acquisition of Red Hat. The company's turnaround is just gaining speed. This decade will be an exciting one for IBM. I am looking to add to my holdings at $130, with the stock yielding 5% at that price.

Red Hat Acquisition is a Success

In 2017, I called Red Hat the "next cloud giant" in my article on Seeking Alpha. My prophecy has come true in many ways. First, IBM paid a massive 60% premium to acquire Red Hat in 2019. Then IBM CEO Ginni Rometty had to defend the acquisition's high cost publicly. IBM then made the Red Hat open source stack the centerpiece of its hybrid cloud and AI strategy [Exhibit 1] to capture market share in the $1 Trillion hybrid cloud opportunity. IBM used its vast sales and marketing teams to increase the reach of Red Hat.

IBM's management has done a great job pivoting its strategy by acquiring Red Hat. The hybrid cloud is a general-purpose software environment that provides the foundation to run any application. After spending over 15 years in oblivion, IBM is finally relevant again. They now have a competitive set of software and services that can help companies modernize their on-premise application stack while gaining the capability to leverage the near infinite compute and storage in the cloud.

At the time of my 2017 article, the prospects for hybrid clouds were cloudy (no pun intended) at best. The IT industry expected the three significant clouds (Amazon’s (AMZN) AWS, Google’s (GOOGL) GCP, and Microsoft’s (MSFT) Azure) to take over almost all the workloads running in on-premise datacenters. Mark Hurd, the late CEO of Oracle (ORCL), even predicted that 80% of enterprise apps would move to the cloud. Maintaining on-premises data centers was considered labor-intensive and expensive. But, a migration to the cloud came with its challenges. A company can get very closely tied to a cloud vendor’s API that is incompatible with the other clouds. A migration proved expensive and time-consuming for many traditional companies, especially in banking, insurance, and financial services.

The financial services industry is highly competitive, with many highly regulated banks competing against fintechs that face no regulation. Even Jamie Dimon, the CEO of JP Morgan Chase (JPM), complained about how fintech is taking market share away from traditional banks and how the competitive scales are tilted in favor of fintech due to the heavy regulatory requirements imposed on banks. So, many traditional companies in the financial services industry needed a way to modernize their technology and provide a great customer experience without breaking the bank or taking years to deliver a digital transformation. These companies also had their data in the databases such as Oracle or IBM DB2, which can be expensive to modernize. Many traditional banks had also deployed their applications on mainframes that continue to be a mainstay technology at banks and insurance companies.

Enter containerization, microservices architecture, and Kubernetes. Containerization and Kubernetes allow a company to move from one cloud to another or even move their application to their own data center without rewriting the code. Red Hat’s Openshift software enables the hybrid cloud. Red Hat is not the only player in the hybrid cloud business. VMware (VMW) has built hybrid cloud features into its VMware vSphere virtualization technology, and the cloud providers have launched their own set of technologies involving containers that help customers run their applications in their datacenters.

Red Hat had total revenues of $3.36 billion at the end of its fiscal year ending in February 2019. FY 2019 was the last full fiscal year before IBM acquired the company. In FY 2021, IBM declared $24.14 billion in software revenue. Hybrid Cloud and Solutions accounted for $17.75 billion or 73% of that total software revenue. The company does not break out the revenue from Red Hat but mentioned that its year-over-year revenue growth was 30.6%. IBM also said they had 3,800 customers on their hybrid cloud platform at the end of FY 2021 and added 200 more new customers in Q1 FY 2022 to bring the total number above 4,000. In 2017, Red Hat had about 300 customers.

Exhibit 1: Red Hat is the Centerpiece of IBM’s Hybrid Cloud and AI Strategy

Red Hat is the Centerpiece of IBM’s Hybrid Cloud and AI Strategy

Red Hat is the Centerpiece of IBM’s Hybrid Cloud and AI Strategy (IBM Investor Presentation)

Dividends, Share Buybacks, and Financial Performance

The company suspended its share buyback program when it announced the Red Hat acquisition in 2019. The company had $62.8 billion in debt at the end of FY 2019. It ended in 2021 with a total debt of $51.7 billion. IBM issued $4 billion in debt in February to replace some of the debt due this year. This new $4 billion debt brings the total to over $54 billion. About $12.2 billion of the debt is related to its financing arm, which offers clients loans to purchase IBM products. The company’s debt to EBITDA ratio is a very high 4.6x. The company will likely not resume share buybacks until the debt to EBITDA ratio is closer to 3x. IBM’s total debt will have to fall to around $35 billion to reach the debt to EBITDA ratio of 3x. The company paid nearly $6 billion in dividends yearly and generated about $12 billion in operating cash flows in FY 2021. The stock yields a dividend of 4.7% with a payout ratio of 68%.

The company’s return on invested capital [ROIC] was 7.34% [Exhibit 2]. I have estimated that the weighted average cost of capital [WACC] for IBM is 7.16% at the current 10-year treasury rate of 3.08%. The company’s ROIC is just marginally better than its WACC. But, the company generated a good return on equity [ROE] of 26%. Hewlett Packard Enterprises (HPE) and VMware had an ROIC of 11% and an ROE of 19.6% and 29.2%, respectively [Exhibit 3].

Exhibit 2: ROIC for VMware, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and IBM

ROIC for VMware, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM

ROIC for VMware, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, IBM (Seeking Alpha, YCharts)

Exhibit 3: ROE for VMware, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and IBM

ROE for VMware, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and IBM

ROE for VMware, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, and IBM (Seeking Alpha, YCharts)

Daily and Monthly Price Return Comparison

Between June 3, 2019, and July 8, 2022, IBM's daily price return data showed an average return of 0.031% or 3.1 basis points [Exhibit 5]. IBM's daily return was below 0.86% or 86 basis points 75% of the time [third quartile in Exhibit 5].

IBM has returned an average of 0.5% per month since June 2019 [Exhibit 4]. The company's monthly return was below 6.13% 75% of the time between June 3, 2019, and June 30, 2022 [third quartile in Exhibit 4].

Vanguard Information Technology ETF's (VGT) and IBM’s monthly returns have a moderate positive correlation of 0.41. IBM’s strategic and market struggles over the past decade are reflected in this moderate correlation between IBM and the rest of the IT stocks. In fact, over the past five years, the Vanguard Information Technology ETF has returned over 139%, while IBM has returned a -4%. But, IBM has returned 4.49% in the past year compared to -15% for the Vanguard Information Technology ETF.

It is safe to say that IBM’s returns have been disastrous in the past decade. IBM has now turned around its business and has a clear strategic direction. This new strategy at IBM should yield positive returns for investors in the coming years, but I do not expect to double my money in the next three to five years. I do expect that IBM will have annual total returns in the low to mid-double digits.

Exhibit 4: IBM Monthly Price Change (%) [June 3, 2019 - June 30, 2022]

IBM Monthly Price Change (%) [June 3, 2019 - June 30, 2022]

IBM Monthly Price Change (%) [June 3, 2019 - June 30, 2022] (iexcloud.io, author compilation)

Exhibit 5: IBM Daily Price Change (%) [June 3, 2019 - July 8, 2022]

IBM Daily Price Change (%) [June 3, 2019 - July 8, 2022]

IBM Daily Price Change (%) [June 3, 2019 - July 8, 2022] (iexcloud.io, author compilation)

Future Looks Bright For IBM, Its R&D May Pay Rich Dividends

IBM is long admired for its investments in R&D projects which make risky bets on technologies that have potential. But, the company has not always capitalized on the fruits of its R&D projects. The company’s CEO discussed their quantum computing efforts in the accurate earnings call by deploying “the world’s first 127-qubit processor”. Recently, McKinsey & Company highlighted various thorny problems in sustainability and green energy that can be researched using quantum computing. The management consultancy thinks quantum computing will arrive in the second half of this decade.

It also unveiled the first 2-nanometer chip technology that has the potential to pack 50 billion transistors on a chip the size of a fingernail. Many companies in IT invest their R&D dollars in making incremental product improvements. That conservative R&D investment does not yield any groundbreaking technologies or help the company gain much-needed hands-on experience in a specific area. In the end, those companies succumb to technology disruptions. Even though IBM has missed many shifts in computing in the past, the company has a better chance of winning in areas such as quantum computing and the latest semiconductor technologies when it has conducted deep-dive research.

Conclusion

IBM (IBM) has been a disastrous investment for the past decade. But, the Red Hat merger is a success, and the management has executed brilliantly. I am willing to bet that this decade will be prosperous for IBM. IBM's monthly returns have varied widely over the past three years, with a standard deviation of nearly 7%. I will add to my IBM holdings at $130, which is, coincidently, 7% below current prices. The stock would yield an excellent dividend of 5% at $130. Also, economists expect the U.S. to enter a recession, so there is a reasonable probability that the price may get to $130 or below in the next few months.

Mon, 11 Jul 2022 09:21:00 -0500 en text/html https://seekingalpha.com/article/4522755-ibm-is-relevant-again-heres-when-to-buy
Killexams : This Crucial Part of IBM Grew by 77%

International Business Machines (IBM 0.64%) reported generally positive second-quarter results. Both revenue and adjusted earnings came in ahead of expectations, with double-digit constant currency sales growth in the software, consulting, and infrastructure segments.

The stock sank on Tuesday, though, as investors digested headwinds related to a strong U.S. dollar. Changes in currency exchange rates will knock off around 6 percentage points of revenue growth for the full year, and the company trimmed its free cash flow outlook a bit to approximately $10 billion.

Many of IBM's products and services performed well during the quarter, but the mainframe business stood out. IBM has been churning out mainframe systems for nearly 60 years, and the latest addition to the lineup drove a nice sales increase that will help the company hits its growth target for the year.

The IBM z16 mainframe.

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A mainframe growth boost

IBM rolls out a new iteration of its Z-series mainframe systems every few years, delivering big improvements to performance and security while integrating new features. The company announced the z16 system in April, touting an integrated AI accelerator and other advanced security features.

Mainframes may seem like a thing of the past, but for the most part, IBM's customer base isn't going anywhere. IBM mainframes are in use at 45 of the world's top 50 banks, eight of the top 10 insurers, seven of the top 10 retailers, and eight of the top 10 telecommunication companies.

Each new mainframe launch prompts some of those customers to upgrade, triggering an upgrade cycle and a big sales boost that usually lasts for a few quarters. Each cycle is a little different, depending on the timing, but the z16 is so far following that familiar pattern. Mainframe sales soared 77% in the second quarter, driving overall infrastructure revenue 25% higher.

Sales of mainframe systems aren't a huge part of IBM's business. Total hybrid infrastructure revenue in the second quarter, which includes mainframes and other hardware, was just $2.8 billion, or about 18% of total revenue. But mainframe systems drive sales of other products and services, including transaction processing software, consulting, and financing. IBM doesn't report its results in a way that makes it obvious how much revenue is ultimately associated with mainframe systems, but it's safe to say that mainframes remain a critical part of its business.

A top-performing tech stock

Even after a post-earnings slump, IBM is one of the best-performing big tech stocks so far in 2022. While other tech stocks have tumbled, and the S&P 500 has shed more than 17% of its value, IBM is down around 3% since the start of the year.

Part of the reason for the outperformance is the amount of pessimism baked into the stock price. IBM is valued at just $117 billion, or less than 12 times its free cash flow guidance. The market is pricing in little to no growth, which seems overly pessimistic.

On top of the mainframe, IBM's consulting business is booming. Consulting revenue was up 18% in constant currency in the second quarter, and it received no one-off benefit from sales to the spun-off Kyndryl. IBM's hybrid cloud strategy covers the full spectrum of software, hardware, and expertise, delivering a complete solution to its clients.

Red Hat, another critical piece of IBM's hybrid cloud strategy, grew software sales by 17% in the quarter. Red Hat consulting revenue nearly doubled, driving a portion of the consulting segment's growth. Red Hat's OpenShift and Enterprise Linux offerings are part of the foundation of IBM's hybrid cloud platform, and they integrate with IBM's mainframe systems and other hardware offerings.

IBM's results this year will take a hit from currency, but underneath the noise, the company is performing well. A potential recession could cool demand for IBM's products and services, but the company will remain a key partner for large companies and organizations looking to invest in hybrid cloud computing.

Timothy Green has positions in IBM and Kyndryl Holdings, Inc. The Motley Fool has no position in any of the stocks mentioned. The Motley Fool has a disclosure policy.

Wed, 20 Jul 2022 08:15:00 -0500 Timothy Green en text/html https://www.fool.com/investing/2022/07/20/this-crucial-part-of-ibm-grew-by-77/
Killexams : IBM Expands the Power10 Server Family

IBM is expanding its Power10 server line with the introduction of mid-range and scale-out systems to modernize, protect, and automate business applications and IT operations.

The new Power10 servers combine performance, scalability, and flexibility with new pay-as-you-go consumption offerings for clients looking to deploy new services quickly across multiple environments.

The new servers join the popular Power10 E1080 server introduced in September 2021 to deliver a secured, resilient hybrid cloud experience that can be managed with other x86 and multi-cloud management software across clients' IT infrastructure.

This expansion of the IBM Power10 family with the new midrange and scale-out servers brings high-end server capabilities throughout the product line.

Not only do the new systems support critical security features such as transparent memory encryption and advanced processor/system isolation but also leverage the OpenBMC project from the Linux Foundation for high levels of security for the new scale-out servers. 

Highlights of the announcements include:

  • New systems: The expanded IBM Power10 portfolio, built around the next-generation IBM Power10 processor with 2x more cores and more than 2x memory bandwidth than previous Power generations, now includes the Power10 Midrange E1050, delivering record-setting 4-socket compute1, Java2, and ERP3 performance capabilities. New scale-out servers include the entry-level Power S1014, as well as S1022, and S1024 options, bringing enterprise capabilities to SMBs and remote-office/branch office environments, such as Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CuOD).
  • Cloud on premises with new flexible consumption choices: IBM has recently announced new flexible consumption offerings with pay-as-you-go options and by-the-minute metering for IBM Power Private Cloud, bringing more opportunities to help lower the cost of running OpenShift solutions on Power when compared against alternative platforms. These new consumption models build on options already available with IBM Power Virtual Server to enable greater flexibility in clients' hybrid journeys. Additionally, the highly anticipated IBM i subscription delivers a comprehensive platform solution with the hardware, software and support/services included in the subscription service.
  • Business transformation with SAP: IBM continues its innovations for SAP solutions. The new midrange E1050 delivers scale (up to 16 TB) and performance for a 4-socket system for clients who run BREAKTHROUGH with IBM for RISE with SAP. In addition, an expansion of the premium supplier option is now available to provide more flexibility and computing power with an additional choice to run workloads on IBM Power on Red Hat Enterprise Linux on IBM Cloud.

"Today's highly dynamic environment has created volatility, from materials to people and skills, all of which impact short-term operations and long-term sustainability of the business," said Steve Sibley, vice president, IBM Power product management. "The right IT investments are critical to business and operational resilience. Our new Power10 models offer clients a variety of flexible hybrid cloud choices with the agility and automation to best fit their needs, without sacrificing performance, security or resilience."

The expansion of the IBM Power10 family has been engineered to establish one of the industry's most flexible and broadest range of servers for data-intensive workloads such as SAP S/4HANA—from on-premises workloads to hybrid cloud.

IBM now offers more ways to implement dynamic capacity—with metering across all operating environments including IBM i, AIX, Linux and OpenShift supporting modern and traditional applications on the same platforms—as well as integrated infrastructure automation software for improved visibility and management.

The new systems with IBM Power Virtual Server also help clients operate a secured hybrid cloud experience that delivers high performance and architectural consistency across their IT infrastructure. The systems are uniquely designed so as to protect sensitive data from core to cloud, and enable virtual machines and containerized workloads to run simultaneously on the same systems. For critical business workloads that have traditionally needed to reside on-premises, they can now be moved into the cloud as workloads and needs demand. This flexibility can help clients mitigate risk and time associated with rewriting applications for a different platform.

For more information about this news, visit  www.ibm.com.


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Killexams : All the Virtual Friends We Made Along the Way

SmarterChild is a chatbot near and dear to my heart. Although it’s not the original one to surface, it was the first I had an interaction with that freaked out my teenage brain to the extent that I remember asking myself, “Is this real?”

SmarterChild was a bot developed to work with the instant messaging programs at the time, including AOL Instant Messenger (AIM), Yahoo! Messenger, and what was previously known as MSN Messenger. The company behind SmarterChild, called ActiveBuddy, launched the chatbot in 2000. I vividly recall wasting time at the family computer, engaging in a going-nowhere conversation with SmarterChild, and saving screenshots (that I wish I’d backed up) of some gnarly replies.

I also remember getting emotional with it. This article from Vice describes interacting with SmarterChild almost perfectly:

I used SmarterChild as a practice wall for cursing and insults. I used the bot as a verbal punching bag, sending offensive queries and statements—sometimes in the company of my friends, but many times alone.

SmarterChild was meant to be a helper bot within your preferred messaging client that you could ping to look up information or play text-based games. In some ways, its existence was a foreshadowing predecessor to the bots we interact with now within chat clients like Slack and Discord. Although, I’m much nicer to those bots than I was to SmarterChild back in the day.

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Killexams : Colorado’s P-TECH Students Graduate Ready for Tech Careers (TNS) — Abraham Tinajero was an eighth grader when he saw a poster in his Longmont middle school’s library advertising a new program offering free college with a technology focus.

Interested, he talked to a counselor to learn more about P-TECH, an early college program where he could earn an associate’s degree along with his high school diploma. Liking the sound of the program, he enrolled in the inaugural P-TECH class as a freshman at Longmont’s Skyline High School.

“I really loved working on computers, even before P-TECH,” he said. “I was a hobbyist. P-TECH gave me a pathway.”


He worked with an IBM mentor and interned at the company for six weeks as a junior. After graduating in 2020 with his high school diploma and the promised associate’s degree in computer science from Front Range Community College, he was accepted to IBM’s yearlong, paid apprenticeship program.

IBM hired him as a cybersecurity analyst once he completed the apprenticeship.

“P-TECH has given me a great advantage,” he said. “Without it, I would have been questioning whether to go into college. Having a college degree at 18 is great to put on a resume.”


Stanley Litow, a former vice president of IBM, developed the P-TECH, or Pathways in Technology Early College High Schools, model. The first P-TECH school opened 11 years ago in Brooklyn, New York, in partnership with IBM.

Litow’s idea was to get more underrepresented young people into tech careers by giving them a direct path to college while in high school — and in turn create a pipeline of employees with the job skills businesses were starting to value over four-year college degrees.

The program, which includes mentors and internships provided by business partners, gives high school students up to six years to earn an associate's degree at no cost.

SKYLINE HIGH A PIONEER IN PROGRAM

In Colorado, St. Vrain Valley was among the first school districts chosen by the state to offer a P-TECH program after the Legislature passed a bill to provide funding — and the school district has embraced the program.

Colorado’s first P-TECH programs started in the fall of 2016 at three high schools, including Skyline High. Over the last six years, 17 more Colorado high schools have adopted P-TECH, for at total of 20. Three of those are in St. Vrain Valley, with a fourth planned to open in the fall of 2023 at Longmont High School.

Each St. Vrain Valley high school offers a different focus supported by different industry partners.

Skyline partners with IBM, with students earning an associate’s degree in Computer Information Systems from Front Range. Along with being the first, Skyline’s program is the largest, enrolling up to 55 new freshmen each year.

Programs at the other schools are capped at 35 students per grade.

Frederick High’s program, which started in the fall of 2019, has a bioscience focus, partners with Aims Community College and works with industry partners Agilent Technologies, Tolmar, KBI Biopharma, AGC Biologics and Corden Pharma.

Silver Creek High’s program started a year ago with a cybersecurity focus. The Longmont school partners with Front Range and works with industry partners Seagate, Cisco, PEAK Resources and Comcast.

The new program coming to Longmont High will focus on business.

District leaders point to Skyline High’s graduation statistics to illustrate the program’s success. At Skyline, 100 percent of students in the first three P-TECH graduating classes earned a high school diploma in four years.

For the 2020 Skyline P-TECH graduates, 24 of the 33, or about 70 percent, also earned associate’s degrees. For the 2021 graduating class, 30 of the 47 have associate’s degrees — with one year left for those students to complete the college requirements.

For the most accurate 2022 graduates, who have two years left to complete the college requirements, 19 of 59 have associate’s degrees and another six are on track to earn their degrees by the end of the summer.

JUMPING AT AN OPPORTUNITY

Louise March, Skyline High’s P-TECH counselor, keeps in touch with the graduates, saying 27 are working part time or full time at IBM. About a third are continuing their education at a four year college. Of the 19 who graduated in 2022 with an associate’s degree, 17 are enrolling at a four year college, she said.

Two of those 2022 graduates are Anahi Sarmiento, who is headed to the University of Colorado Boulder’s Leeds School of Business, and Jose Ivarra, who will study computer science at Colorado State University.

“I’m the oldest out of three siblings,” Ivarra said. “When you hear that someone wants to supply you free college in high school, you take it. I jumped at the opportunity.”

Sarmiento added that her parents, who are immigrants, are already working two jobs and don’t have extra money for college costs.

“P-TECH is pushing me forward,” she said. “I know my parents want me to have a better life, but I want them to have a better life, too. Going into high school, I kept that mentality that I would push myself to my full potential. It kept me motivated.”

While the program requires hard work, the two graduates said, they still enjoyed high school and had outside interests. Ivarra was a varsity football player who was named player of the year. Sarmiento took advantage of multiple opportunities, from helping elementary students learn robotics to working at the district’s Innovation Center.

Ivarra said he likes that P-TECH has the same high expectations for all students, no matter their backgrounds, and gives them support in any areas where they need help. Spanish is his first language and, while math came naturally, language arts was more challenging.

“It was tough for me to see all these classmates use all these big words, and I didn’t know them,” he said. “I just felt less. When I went into P-TECH, the teachers focus on you so much, checking on every single student.”

They said it’s OK to struggle or even fail. Ivarra said he failed a tough class during the pandemic, but was able to retake it and passed. Both credited March, their counselor, with providing unending support as they navigated high school and college classes.

“She’s always there for you,” Sarmiento said. “It’s hard to be on top of everything. You have someone to go to.”

Students also supported each other.

“You build bonds,” Ivarra said. “You’re all trying to figure out these classes. You grow together. It’s a bunch of people who want to succeed. The people that surround you in P-TECH, they push you to be better.”

SUPPORT SYSTEMS ARE KEY

P-TECH has no entrance requirements or prerequisite classes. You don’t need to be a top student, have taken advanced math or have a background in technology.

With students starting the rigorous program with a wide range of skills, teachers and counselors said, they quickly figured out the program needed stronger support systems.

March said freshmen in the first P-TECH class struggled that first semester, prompting the creation of a guided study class. The every other day, hour-and-a-half class includes both study time and time to learn workplace skills, including writing a resume and interviewing. Teachers also offer tutoring twice a week after school.

“The guided study has become crucial to the success of the program,” March said.

Another way P-TECH provides extra support is through summer orientation programs for incoming freshmen.

At Skyline, ninth graders take a three-week bridge class — worth half a credit — that includes learning good study habits. They also meet IBM mentors and take a field trip to Front Range Community College.

“They get their college ID before they get their high school ID,” March said.

During a session in June, 15 IBM mentors helped the students program a Sphero robot to travel along different track configurations. Kathleen Schuster, who has volunteered as an IBM mentor since the P-TECH program started here, said she wants to “return some of the favors I got when I was younger.”

“Even this play stuff with the Spheros, it’s teaching them teamwork and a little computing,” she said. “Hopefully, through P-TECH, they will learn what it takes to work in a tech job.”

Incoming Skyline freshman Blake Baker said he found a passion for programming at Trail Ridge Middle and saw P-TECH as a way to capitalize on that passion.

“I really love that they supply you options and a path,” he said.

Trail Ridge classmate Itzel Pereyra, another programming enthusiast, heard about P-TECH from her older brother.

“It’s really good for my future,” she said. “It’s an exciting moment, starting the program. It will just help you with everything.”

While some of the incoming ninth graders shared dreams of technology careers, others see P-TECH as a good foundation to pursue other dreams.

Skyline incoming ninth grader Marisol Sanchez wants to become a traveling nurse, demonstrating technology and new skills to other nurses. She added that the summer orientation sessions are a good introduction, helping calm the nerves that accompany combining high school and college.

“There’s a lot of team building,” she said. “It’s getting us all stronger together as a group and introducing everyone.”

THE SPARK OF MOTIVATION

Silver Creek’s June camp for incoming ninth graders included field trips to visit Cisco, Seagate, PEAK Resources, Comcast and Front Range Community College.

During the Front Range Community College field trip, the students heard from Front Range staff members before going on a scavenger hunt. Groups took photos to prove they completed tasks, snapping pictures of ceramic pieces near the art rooms, the most expensive tech product for sale in the bookstore and administrative offices across the street from the main building.

Emma Horton, an incoming freshman, took a cybersecurity class as a Flagstaff Academy eighth grader that hooked her on the idea of technology as a career.

“I’m really excited about the experience I will be getting in P-TECH,’ she said. “I’ve never been super motivated in school, but with something I’m really interested in, it becomes easier.”

Deb Craven, dean of instruction at Front Range’s Boulder County campus, promised the Silver Creek students that the college would support them. She also gave them some advice.

“You need to advocate and ask for help,” she said. “These two things are going to help you the most. Be present, be engaged, work together and lean on each other.”

Craven, who oversees Front Range’s P-TECH program partnership, said Front Range leaders toured the original P-TECH program in New York along with St. Vrain and IBM leaders in preparation for bringing P-TECH here.

“Having IBM as a partner as we started the program was really helpful,” she said.

When the program began, she said, freshmen took a more advanced technology class as their first college class. Now, she said, they start with a more fundamental class in the spring of their freshman year, learning how to build a computer.

“These guys have a chance to grow into the high school environment before we stick them in a college class,” she said.

Summer opportunities aren’t just for P-TECH’s freshmen. Along with summer internships, the schools and community colleges offer summer classes.

Silver Creek incoming 10th graders, for example, could take a personal financial literacy class at Silver Creek in the mornings and an introduction to cybersecurity class at the Innovation Center in the afternoons in June.

Over at Skyline, incoming 10th graders in P-TECH are getting paid to teach STEM lessons to elementary students while earning high school credit. Students in the fifth or sixth year of the program also had the option of taking computer science and algebra classes at Front Range.

EMBRACING THE CHALLENGE

And at Frederick, incoming juniors are taking an introduction to manufacturing class at the district's Career Elevation and Technology Center this month in preparation for an advanced manufacturing class they’re taking in the fall.

“This will supply them a head start for the fall,” said instructor Chester Clark.

Incoming Frederick junior Destini Johnson said she’s not sure what she wants to do after high school, but believes the opportunities offered by P-TECH will prepare her for the future.

“I wanted to try something challenging, and getting a head start on college can only help,” she said. “It’s really incredible that I’m already halfway done with an associate’s degree and high school.”

IBM P-TECH program manager Tracy Knick, who has worked with the Skyline High program for three years, said it takes a strong commitment from all the partners — the school district, IBM and Front Range — to make the program work.

“It’s not an easy model,” she said. “When you say there are no entrance requirements, we all have to be OK with that and support the students to be successful.”

IBM hosted 60 St. Vrain interns this summer, while two Skyline students work as IBM “co-ops” — a national program — to assist with the P-TECH program.

The company hosts two to four formal events for the students each year to work on professional and technical skills, while IBM mentors provide tutoring in algebra. During the pandemic, IBM also paid for subscriptions to tutor.com so students could get immediate help while taking online classes.

“We want to get them truly workforce ready,” Knick said. “They’re not IBM-only skills we’re teaching. Even though they choose a pathway, they can really do anything.”

As the program continues to expand in the district, she said, her wish is for more businesses to recognize the value of P-TECH.

“These students have had intensive training on professional skills,” she said. “They have taken college classes enhanced with the same digital credentials that an IBM employee can learn. There should be a waiting list of employers for these really talented and skilled young professionals.”

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Killexams : IBM Expands Power10 Server Family to Help Clients Respond Faster to Rapidly Changing Business Demands

New Power10 scale-out and midrange models extend IBM's capabilities to deliver flexible and secured infrastructure for hybrid cloud environments

ARMONK, N.Y., July 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a significant expansion of its Power10 server line with the introduction of mid-range and scale-out systems to modernize, protect and automate business applications and IT operations. The new Power10 servers combine performance, scalability, and flexibility with new pay-as-you-go consumption offerings for clients looking to deploy new services quickly across multiple environments.

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IBM announced an expansion of its Power10 server line with mid-range and scale-out systems.

Digital transformation is driving organizations to modernize both their applications and IT infrastructures. IBM Power systems are purpose-built for today's demanding and dynamic business environments, and these new systems are optimized to run essential workloads such as databases and core business applications, as well as maximize the efficiency of containerized applications. An ecosystem of solutions with Red Hat OpenShift also enables IBM to collaborate with clients, connecting critical workloads to new, cloud-native services designed to maximize the value of their existing infrastructure investments.

The new servers join the popular Power10 E1080 server introduced in September 2021 to deliver a secured, resilient hybrid cloud experience that can be managed with other x86 and multi-cloud management software across clients' IT infrastructure. This expansion of the IBM Power10 family with the new midrange and scale-out servers brings high-end server capabilities throughout the product line. Not only do the new systems support critical security features such as transparent memory encryption and advanced processor/system isolation, but also leverage the OpenBMC project from the Linux Foundation for high levels of security for the new scale-out servers.

Highlights of the announcements include:

  • New systems: The expanded IBM Power10 portfolio, built around the next-generation IBM Power10 processor with 2x more cores and more than 2x memory bandwidth than previous Power generations, now includes the Power10 Midrange E1050, delivering record-setting 4-socket compute1, Java2, and ERP3 performance capabilities. New scale-out servers include the entry-level Power S1014, as well as S1022, and S1024 options, bringing enterprise capabilities to SMBs and remote-office/branch office environments, such as Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CuOD).

  • Cloud on premises with new flexible consumption choices: IBM has recently announced new flexible consumption offerings with pay-as-you-go options and by-the-minute metering for IBM Power Private Cloud, bringing more opportunities to help lower the cost of running OpenShift solutions on Power when compared against alternative platforms. These new consumption models build on options already available with IBM Power Virtual Server to enable greater flexibility in clients' hybrid journeys. Additionally, the highly anticipated IBM i subscription delivers a comprehensive platform solution with the hardware, software and support/services included in the subscription service.

  • Business transformation with SAP®: IBM continues its innovations for SAP solutions. The new midrange E1050 delivers scale (up to 16 TB) and performance for a 4-socket system for clients who run BREAKTHROUGH with IBM for RISE with SAP. In addition, an expansion of the premium supplier option is now available to provide more flexibility and computing power with an additional choice to run workloads on IBM Power on Red Hat Enterprise Linux on IBM Cloud.

"Today's highly dynamic environment has created volatility, from materials to people and skills, all of which impact short-term operations and long-term sustainability of the business," said Steve Sibley, Vice President, IBM Power Product Management. "The right IT investments are critical to business and operational resilience. Our new Power10 models offer clients a variety of flexible hybrid cloud choices with the agility and automation to best fit their needs, without sacrificing performance, security or resilience."

The expansion of the IBM Power10 family has been engineered to establish one of the industry's most flexible and broadest range of servers for data-intensive workloads such as SAP S/4HANA – from on-premises workloads to hybrid cloud. IBM now offers more ways to implement dynamic capacity – with metering across all operating environments including IBM i, AIX, Linux and OpenShift supporting modern and traditional applications on the same platforms – as well as integrated infrastructure automation software for improved visibility and management.

The new systems with IBM Power Virtual Server also help clients operate a secured hybrid cloud experience that delivers high performance and architectural consistency across their IT infrastructure. The systems are uniquely designed so as to protect sensitive data from core to cloud, and enable virtual machines and containerized workloads to run simultaneously on the same systems. For critical business workloads that have traditionally needed to reside on-premises, they can now be moved into the cloud as workloads and needs demand. This flexibility can help clients mitigate risk and time associated with rewriting applications for a different platform.

"As organizations around the world continue to adapt to unpredictable changes in consumer behaviors and needs, they need a platform that can deliver their applications and insights securely where and when they need them," said Peter Rutten, IDC Worldwide Infrastructure Research Vice President. "IBM Power continues its laser focus on helping clients respond faster to dynamically changing environments and business demands, while protecting information security and distilling new insights from data, all with high reliability and availability."

Ecosystem of ISVs and Channel Partners Enhance Capabilities for IBM Power10

Critical in the launch of the expanded Power10 family is a robust ecosystem of ISVs, Business Partners, and lifecycle services. Ecosystem partners such as SVA and Solutions II provide examples of how the IBM Ecosystem collaborates with clients to build hybrid environments, connecting essential workloads to the cloud to maximize the value of their existing infrastructure investments:

"SVA customers have appreciated the enormous flexibility of IBM Power systems through Capacity Upgrade On-Demand in the high-end systems for many years," said Udo Sachs, Head of Competence Center Power Systems at SVA. "The flexible consumption models using prepaid capacity credits have been well-received by SVA customers, and now the monthly pay-as-you-go option for the scale-out models makes the platform even more attractive. When it comes to automation, IBM helps us to roll out complex workloads such as entire SAP landscapes at the push of a button by supporting Ansible on all OS derivatives, including AIX, IBM i and Linux, as well as ready-to-use modules for deploying the complete Power infrastructure."

"Solutions II provides technology design, deployment, and managed services to hospitality organizations that leverage mission critical IT infrastructure to execute their mission, often requiring 24/7 operation," said Dan Goggiano, Director of Gaming, Solutions II. "System availability is essential to maintaining our clients' revenue streams, and in our experience, they rely on the stability and resilience of IBM Power systems to help solidify their uptime. Our clients are excited that the expansion of the Power10 family further extends these capabilities and bolsters their ability to run applications securely, rapidly, and efficiently."

For more information on IBM Power and the new servers and consumption models announced today, visit: https://www.ibm.com/it-infrastructure/power

About IBM

IBM is a leading global hybrid cloud and AI, and business services provider, helping clients in more than 175 countries capitalize on insights from their data, streamline business processes, reduce costs and gain the competitive edge in their industries. Nearly 3,800 government and corporate entities in critical infrastructure areas such as financial services, telecommunications and healthcare rely on IBM's hybrid cloud platform and Red Hat OpenShift to affect their digital transformations quickly, efficiently, and securely. IBM's breakthrough innovations in AI, quantum computing, industry-specific cloud solutions and business services deliver open and flexible options to our clients. All of this is backed by IBM's legendary commitment to trust, transparency, responsibility, inclusivity, and service. For more information, visit www.ibm.com.

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1Comparison based on best performing 4-socket systems (IBM Power E1050 3.15-3.9 GHz, 96 core and Inspur NF8480M6 2.90 GHz, Intel Xeon Platinum 8380H) using published results at https://www.spec.org/cpu2017/results/rint2017.html as of 22 June 2022. For more information about SPEC CPU 2017, see https://www.spec.org/cpu2017/.

2Comparison based on best performing 4-socket systems (IBM Power E1050 3.15-3.9 GHz, 96 core; and Inspur NF8480M6 2.90 GHz, Intel Xeon Platinum 8380H) using published results at https://www.spec.org/cpu2017/results/rint2017.html as of 22 June 2022. For more information about SPEC CPU 2017, see www. http:/spec.org/cpu2017

3Comparison based on best performing 4-socket systems (1) IBM Power E1050; two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP ERP 6.0 EHP5; Power10 2.95 GHz processor, 4,096 GB memory, 4p/96c/768t, 134,016 SD benchmark users, 736,420 SAPS, AIX 7.3, DB2 11.5,  Certification # 2022018  and (2) Dell EMC PowerEdge 840; two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark running SAP ERP 6.0 EHP5; Intel Xeon Platinum 8280 2.7 GHz, 4p/112c/224t, 69,500 SD benchmark users (380,280 SAPS), SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 12 and SAP ASE 16, Certification # 2019045. All results can be found at sap.com/benchmark Valid as of 7 July 2022.

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Killexams : SVVSD embraces early college P-TECH program No result found, try new keyword!In Colorado, St. Vrain Valley was among the first school districts chosen by the state to offer a P-TECH program after the Legislature passed a bill to provide funding — and the school ... Sat, 30 Jul 2022 15:39:40 -0500 en-us text/html https://www.msn.com/en-us/money/careersandeducation/svvsd-embraces-early-college-p-tech-program/ar-AA1098v3 Killexams : TONE Acquires the CASI Suite of z/OS Output Transformation Products

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ANAHEIM, Calif., Aug. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Tone Software Corporation, a global provider of management and productivity solutions for IBM Z mainframes, announced the acquisition of the JES2Mail, JES2FTP, Mail2ZOS, and CICS2PDF host output transformation and delivery products from CASI Software, Inc.

Collectively, both organizations have provided mission-critical z/OS infrastructure and output management solutions to hundreds of world-wide customers for decades. Effective June 1, 2022, the acquisition of the CASI JES2Mail suite will expand Tone’s OMC z/OS Output Management offerings for mainframe shops seeking to deliver the right information to the right users, in the most cost effective format for the business. Further, the combination of OMC with the CASI product suite enables legacy z/OS applications, including CICS transactional applications, to send host output directly to users’ email inboxes, in a familiar format that is highly portable and secure.

“Today’s mainframe environments are modernizing – particularly where output is concerned. Tone’s OMC products have long delivered output to host and TCP/IP attached printers and servers across the enterprise. While selective printing is always needed, z/OS output can be highly effective when delivered via email in PDF, spreadsheet, or custom report formats,” stated Shirley Balarezo, president of Tone Software.
“Acquiring the JES2Mail products positions Tone to help mainframe shops deliver host output in the most convenient format and media for each user, on the most cost efficient platform. The results are optimized business processes that modernize the mainframe environment for the future,” she concluded.

Customer Experience Takes Top Priority

Both organizations entered the acquisition deal with identical priorities top of mind: ensure current CASI customers enjoy full technology benefits and zero disruption to their ongoing product support needs. As such, the CASI management and technical teams are working directly with Tone throughout the next year to provide a smooth transition of products and services for all CASI users.

“We are pleased to enter into this agreement with Tone and provide a logical home for the JES2Mail/FTP, CICS2PDF, and Mail2ZOS products and customers,” stated Robert LaBayne, president and founder of CASI Software, Inc. “The acquisition will leverage our respective product capabilities, bring greater value to our z/OS customers, and provide a solid foundation for expanding CASI technologies going forward,” he added.

For further information on Tone’s acquisition of the CASI JES2Mail, JES2FTP, CICS2PDF, and Mail2ZOS products and customers, visit the Tone website: Tone Acquires CASI Products.

About Tone Software Corporation

Tone Software Corporation is a global provider of business computing software that addresses mainframe productivity, JES Spool management, dynamic STEPLIB and ISPF library management, cross-platform output management, TSO optimization and enterprise automation. Tone’s System Z solutions provide significant productivity and savings benefits to organizations, and directly benefit the IT teams responsible for managing, automating, supporting, and maintaining the critical z/OS host systems and applications pivotal to their company’s core mission. With a firm foundation of proven ability spanning more than four decades, TONE has built an unparalleled reputation for delivering premier software solutions and exceptional customer service and support 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. For information, visit www.tonesoft.com/mainframe.

Tracey Whitney
Tone Software Corporation
(714) 991-9460
info@tonesoft.com

 

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