High-Performance Computing

Serco solution will forecast number of Army soldiers needed

Serco wins $9 million award to help predict number of soldiers needed every seven years.

Women In Technology awards nominations open

Honorees are recognized for their talent within the field of technology.

Citizant devises energy-measurement system for HUD

When completed the data-monitoring system will track and report on how grant funds are being used for energy conservation.

Mind-reading computers, eyeball security and more things to look forward to

IBM researchers give technology predictions that will occur by 2016. What is going to change our lives?

LGS router will accommodate 10-fold boost in DOE data traffic

LGS Innovations is teaming with the Energy Department to build a $62 million expanded bandwidth Ethernet network that will allow scientists to develop new technologies and innovations for energy, climate and other research.

IBM’s new security systems unit swells with latest purchase

IBM Corp. expands its new Security Systems division with the acquisition of Q1 Labs, a Waltham, Mass., provider of security intelligence software.

Intel creates subsidiary to seek federal business

Intel Corp. has launched a wholly owned subsidiary, Intel Federal LLC, to provide strategic focus as the chipmaker seeks new opportunities within the federal government, initially in the area of high-performance computing.

Honeywell's purchase of EMS is 2 steps closer to completion

Honeywell International Inc. has announced that its wholly owned subsidiary Egret Acquisition Corp. has received early termination of the waiting period under the Hart-Scott Rodino Antitrust Improvements Act and received the required foreign antitrust approval in Austria.

IBM's Watson charts new frontiers for computer science

IBM's "Jeopardy!"-winning computer broadens the boundaries of human-machine interactivity.

Challenge IBM's Watson, see the best mobile apps and more at FOSE

On the FOSE 2011 show floor, you can match wits with Watson, hang out at the BlackBerry Lounge, spend time at the Mobile Apps Theater and take in a full roster of live demonstrations.

IBM's chief innovator peers into the 21st century

Bernard Meyerson, IBM's vice president for innovation, connects the company's first 100 years to where IBM is headed.

SRI, DARPA partner on visual system for unmanned surveillance

With funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, SRI International Inc. is leading a team to design a visual intelligence system that will usher in a new era in unmanned robotic surveillance.

For 100 years, IBM kept changing in order to stay IBM

There are scads of reasons IBM has survived and thrived over the last century, but not least of them has been technological innovation.

HP CEO pledges $2B for cloud deployments

Hewlett-Packard Co. CEO reveals plans to ramp up its cloud, mobility and enterprise software offerings.

Lockheed and NASA set sights, budget on Mars and beyond

NASA and Lockheed Martin may be able to overcome gravity, but can they overcome federal budget limitations to put a manned crew into deep space and return it safely to Earth within the next few decades?

Northrop gains $141M follow-on award for DOD ID system

Northrop Grumman Corp. has been awarded a follow-on task order by the Defense Department valued at up to $141 million to continue developing an automated identification system to be used to spot suspected threats to U.S. national security.

Cisco sets off fire sale of Linksys, other poorly performing units

Cisco is looking to unload its Linksys business and other poorly performing units may be soon to follow.