The American computer group Apple and IBM announced on Tuesday a partnership focused on the market of professional clients.
Both groups be designed in common mobile applications integrating IBM technologies to companies for the iPhone and iPad tablet. Meanwhile, IBM also sell devices like iPhone and iPad, integrating products tailored to professional customers, detailed the joint communiqué of the groups.
The groups expressed their willingness to "transform the mobility of the company with a new class of professional applications", providing the ability to IBM in terms of analysis of large amounts of data ("big data") to Apple devices.
"For the first time put the renowned capacity for analysis of big IBM data available to users of iOS", the mobile Apple operating system, "which opens a great opportunity in the market for Apple," said the director-general of the Group of Apple, Tim Cook.