IBM Awards Highest Technical Honor to Eight New Fellows as Company Celebrates 50th Anniversary of Program
IBM today marked the 50th anniversary of its Fellows program by elevating eight employees to IBM Fellow for their innovations in such strategic areas as cloud and mobile computing, big data and business analytics. The new Fellows will be visible in reinforcing IBM's commitment to technical eminence worldwide as they each "adopt" an IBM growth market, serving as technology ambassadors in key regions.
The new IBM Fellows join an elite group of inventors whose efforts benefit from IBM's more than $6 billion annual investment in research and development as well as other initiatives that serve clients. Since 1963, only 246 IBMers have earned the IBM Fellow distinction, and 85 of them remain active IBM employees. IBM Fellows have generated nearly 7,500 patents, received five Nobel prizes, thousands of government and professional citations and have a massive store of published research in scientific journals.
Fiona DohertyExternal RelationsUnited Statesfhdohert@us.ibm.com1-914-573-3935
Tim OMalleyManager CommunicationsUnited Statestomalley@us.ibm.com914-7661723
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