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big blue

Big Blue

A nickname for IBM coined from its blue and white logo and the blue covers on most of its earlier mainframes.
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IBM is supporting efforts to make all major relational databases SAN-ready, and Big Blue also plans to establish a storage solution interoperability lab at the National Testing Center in Gaithersburg, Maryland.
With over 40 games in its portfolio, Big Blue Bubble is one of Canada's leading video game developers.
The annual Big Blue Test, a program of the Diabetes Hands Foundation, runs from October 20 to November 19, concluding shortly after World Diabetes Day on November 14.
Ben Allen, who has set up a bike courier business, Big Blue Bike, to transport large parcels in Cardiff
The Big Blue has a strong aquatic theme on the go, from its name to the etched glass backdrop to the bar which teems with swordfish.
Gary Moore of EDS jumped ship to join a Silicon Valley start-up, and IBM executive Bob Howe departed Big Blue to join Scient, an Internet consulting firm.
The Acceptance Letter will then be replaced by a definitive option agreement where Ramelius must spend US$4,000,000 over a five-year period to earn an initial 60% interest in the Big Blue project.
The Big Blue Craft Beer Festival will offer a wide variety of beer styles from top brewers in the Midwest, East, West and even overseas.
Also included in the pact are the Bear in the Big Blue House characters, television library, copyrights and trademarks.
And he wants to investigate his background now he's in Scotland as part of the Bear In The Big Blue House Live Surprise Party UK tour.
The Bear - star of the smash-hit Channel 5 series of the same name - was on the road to promote his forthcoming Bear in the Big Blue House Live tour.
To produce Garters & Ghouls, Namco collaborated with Big Blue Bubble, an award winning developer specializing in casual games for mobile devices for over 6 years.