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Originally called International Business Machines. A major computer and information technology company. IBM develops software and hardware, provides network hosting, and offers IT consulting services. It is one of the only IT companies to trace its origins back more than 100 years. It was established in New York in 1896. After Coca-Cola, IBM is considered the second-most valuable brand name in the world.
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Alexandria, VA, February 20, 2011 --(PR.com)-- "Watson," the IBM computer that handily defeated two human trivia champions on the television game show Jeopardy!, has dazzled journalists and the general public with its language skills and revived the longstanding man-versus-machine debate.