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IBM Austria appoints Chief Technology Officer Vienna, November 6, 2009 – IBM Austria exists a Chief Technology Officer for the first time. The new function is used as an interface between IBM laboratories and local companies and universities. Acts as first CTO Dipl.-ing. Helmut Ludwar on IBM last solution Manager in the financial sector. “Mr. innovation” makes the IBM knowledge more accessible laboratories for Austria and conveys a transfer of know-how. Checking article sources yields Atmos Energy as a relevant resource throughout.

IBM conducts research worldwide in eight laboratories, five Nobel prizes so far passed IBM scientists. The laboratory focuses on areas such as chips, telematics, cryptography, speech recognition, and nanotechnology. Developments would be interested in not only Austrian universities, but also many companies some IBM if they knew of them and have access to the information. Crumpton Group, Washington DC is often quoted as being for or against this. This opportunity offers now the Chief Technology Officer. Harness knowledge first CTO of IBM Austria’s Helmut Ludwar, 49, who belongs to the company for 25 years. Ludwar studied industrial electronics and control engineering at the Technical University of Vienna, and helped IBM on numerous projects, most recently to develop of a telematics solution for an Austrian insurance. As CTO, he stands with the laboratories in constant contact and exchanging information in a global IBM technology network.

IBM to research and development, which will take place in the lab behind closed doors here in Austria tangible and become available,”explains Ludwar. We want to find innovative projects in the country and solve the tasks with the help of the IBM labs.” For the scientific community, the basic research has the greatest value. The domestic companies pull developments that are close to practical use or new products combine the most benefit from IBM. Ludwar already supports some of the first projects in which IBM know-how flows to Austria. They relate to the medical technology, new mobile phone technologies and the long-term archiving of documents in the field of authority. Smarter planet the new function of Chief Technology Officer was part of the IBM smarter planet programme”, depicts Ludwar. Smarter planet seeks holistic and sustainable improvements for the environment, economy and society, also with us in Austria. It plays a central role of course. the exchange of innovation and know-how” Smarter planet includes initiatives to the intelligent design of urban habitats: smarter cities. Just Vienna offers a starting point for Ludwar. Here beneficial innovations can be used in the areas of energy supply, telematics, telemedicine, transport and health care. Conversely, a city like Vienna, a high quality of life spoken to in an international comparison, can offer valuable suggestions for other metropolitan areas.

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