|Bid||155.62 x 1800|
|Ask||155.71 x 1300|
|Day's range||154.88 - 155.74|
|52-week range||120.55 - 156.14|
|Beta (5Y monthly)||0.76|
|PE ratio (TTM)||20.08|
|Earnings date||23 Jan 2024 - 29 Jan 2024|
|Forward dividend & yield||6.64 (4.27%)|
|Ex-dividend date||09 Nov 2023|
|1y target est||145.79|
IBM's advance cloud database offering combines IBM Db2 database and Amazon RDS to optimize database management tasks and support AI workloads with ease.
Government-backed Japanese chip foundry venture Rapidus is hunting high and low - including among industry veterans and overseas - to find engineers to help it revive a chip industry that was once the envy of the world. Underpinned by billions of dollars in subsidies, Rapidus aims to mass manufacture 2-nanometre logic chips, competing with industry leading companies such as Taiwan's TSMC, which has spent decades refining its processes. Securing engineers in a country with a declining population is among the most pressing issues for the company, which is partnering with IBM and research organisation Imec and in September broke ground at its fab on the northern island of Hokkaido.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced today at AWS re:Invent 2023 that it has been working with Amazon Web Services (AWS) on the general availability of Amazon Relational Database Service (Amazon RDS) for Db2, a fully managed cloud offering designed to make it easier for database customers to manage data for artificial intelligence (AI) workloads across hybrid cloud environments.