You’re invited to the New York Stock Exchange on January 16



 
 

January 16 NYSE eventIn conjunction with our webcast on January 16, we will be at the New York Stock Exchange to unveil several technology breakthroughs for x86 featuring Intel® Xeon® processors, flash technologies and more.

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We invite you to join us for this reception event where you will have the opportunity to:

  • Hear IBM executives take you through the x86 new product announcements
  • Hear clients share perspectives around the latest technologies
  • Engage with IBM business leaders
  • Network with peers 
  • Help set the course for your own company’s business transformation 

If you are unable to attend the event in person, you can still be part of this announcement day by registering for our webcast.

Also be sure to join the social conversation—just look for the hashtag #breakthroughIT. See what people are saying, ask questions and, on January 16, get the latest product updates and keynote takeaways.

We hope to see you there!


Catherine Nicholson is a Social Business Manager for IBM Smarter Computing. Working from her professional experience in social media and content development, she believes in bringing a personality to brands to drive engagement and value. Connect with Catherine on Twitter: @CatNickery.

 
 
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