It’s on demand business. And it’s making the US Open more accessible. Every year, the US Open ramps up its technology to accommodate the needs of fans, players and the media. So IBM built a scalable infrastructure on a Linux -based platform. That way, millions of fans can visit the official Web site, players can access statistical profiles of the competition, and the media can get real-time
results delivered from courtside. Everyone gets what they need. All at once.
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