IBM Technology helps universities in India prepare students for the future

19th September 2013 | By Mouseworld Now Correspondent |

Mumbai, India, September 19, 2013: IBM today announced that leading universities across India are using IBM’s technologies to improve the quality of the education process, introduce new curricula and prepare their students for jobs in the future.  Zinnov, an advisory firm, recently recognized IBM India as the leader amongst MNC (multinational) Technology Centers that have contributed significantly to the development of the University Ecosystem in India, for the third consecutive year.

The Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Madras, The Indian Institute of Science Education and Research (IISER), Bhopal, Karunya University – Coimbatore, and the Shiv Nadar University (SNU) have selected IBM High Performance Computing (HPC) solutions, IBM System x iDataPlex servers, IBM PureSystems, IBM Power servers and storage solutions, virtualization equipment and software to aid high end research, refine processes and elevate the IT infrastructure in the universities.

Tobby Kakkamthottil, Midmarket and Inside Sales Leader, IBM India/South Asia, said, ”With education being high on the public agenda, and with students, professors and the society calling out for new ideas and solutions for better and new skills, the agreement between IBM and these leading universities in India, recognizes the increasing relevance of smarter computing as an approach to IT. IBM’s smarter computing approach helps clients address increasingly more sophisticated workloads and applications, efficiently. It enables organizations of any size – from midmarket clients to large enterprises, leading universities or the state administration – to optimize their business processes and gain competitive advantage, spurring growth.”

 

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