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IBM positions in-memory computing technologies as one of the key components of its business intelligence platform. IBM, in in-memory analytics scope, offers IBM Cognos Express, which includes embedded in-memory analytics server for rapid integration of operational data sources through consolidated database for business data which also includes plans, budgets, and projections. Within its capacity, IBM Cognos Express also provides instant insights and update the data across all the heterogeneous data sources based on any changes occurring. It includes powerful in-memory analytics server with security capabilities for fast, comprehensive, and secure business intelligence and process planning. Request IBM CORPORATION Pricing to get more information.


Accompanied with self-service dashboard capabilities, IBM Cognos requires minimal IT support and no additional investment in IT infrastructure software. IBM DB2 is a next-generation database software that is used for transactional and analytical operations. The software can be used on Linux, UNIX, and Windows platform and can be deployed on-premises and on-demand. IBM delivers a spectrum of managed services such as integrated managed infrastructure services, network management, and business resilience that focuses on enhancing business continuity and reducing downtime of the system along with IT security-related managed services.

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IBM CORPORATION presence in In-Memory Analytics Software

With strong financial capabilities, IBM has always been active towards its growth strategy and uses both organic and inorganic growth strategy for further capitalizing on its market share and presence. IBM has also been continuously investing towards in-house R&D projects. Its investment of USD 5.3 billion in 2015 towards R&D projects is the evidence that the company also relies heavily on bringing more innovation to its existing offerings and by launching more innovative products. For instance, its launch of new product IBM DB2 V11.1 on June 2016 and continuous upgrades in Cognos Express and IBM DB2.

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