IBM expands software availability to 92 countries in AWS Marketplace

IBM has announced that it is expanding its software portfolio with the Amazon marketplace, which is expected to increase by up to $45bn (27billion) in the next five years. Watsonx.AI is now available for purchase in 18 African countries - including Ghana, Chad, Egypt and Madagascar. A new generation of AI builders are available in AWS. But What is this expansion really a new opportunity for businesses to develop artificial intelligence, AI and data technologies across the world? The BBC s Larry Madowo looks at the growing partnership between the firm and the companys technology giant, IBM, as it announces the launch of an enhanced collaboration with The company says it has expanded its portfolio of software for the first time in more than two decades, and it will now be available to customers in 92 countries in its latest acquisition of the cloud markets, but could become the fastest-growing route to market for software-as-a-service (SaaS) software, in an attempt to accelerate the global growth of technology, technology and technology? Why is it likely to be able to make it harder for customers to get access to the software being developed by the technology company. But what does this mean for IBM to expand their worldwide offerings and how it can be used to drive innovation at scale, writes Matt Yanchyshyn, CEO of IBM explains what it hopes to help them achieve when it launches its new business.

Published on 2024-05-08