IBM Sued by Chemicals ManufacturerAdded: Wednesday, November 21st, 2012
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IBM admitted that it was very surprised by the news that it has been sued by the chemicals manufacturer Avantor Performance Materials (APM). The company claimed that IBM conned it out of money and violated its contract during an SAP software project. In response, IBM claimed that the accusations were blown out of proportion and that it was very surprised by the lawsuit.
IBM also pointed out that the allegations were exaggerated and misguided, and the company’s legal representatives were really astonished that APM chose to file suit. The company insisted that it did meet its contractual obligations and delivered something that the chemical manufacturer continued to use in its operations. Although IBM never said exactly what the company delivered, the implications are that it was something more than just a stapler and a packet of paper clips.
Avantor Performance Materials is a manufacturer of chemicals and raw materials for pharmaceutical products, laboratory chemicals and chemicals that are used in the electronics industry. The company now wants tens of millions in damages from IBM, accusing the latter of misrepresenting the capabilities of a software program running on a SAP platform. The lawsuit claims that IBM's actions had resulted in a near standstill of APM’s business.
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Wednesday, November 21st, 2012
|posted by (2012-11-21 22:29:23)|
|Might I say another suprising story. This might seem as comic trash but before you race this as a blacklisted item, listen.|
There is a rumor made that someone had entered an IBM building with modified and potentually dangerous altered peice of hardware, a harddrive.
The device was chanced to hide it's use. The idea was to penetrate IBM and effectivly change systems and their respose to other hardware including mobile phones across a very vast area both locally and worldwide. EMP is an example to the effect the hardrive was made to produce.
IBM had nothing to do with the situation but was made to adapt to the peice of hardware when it was brought forward entering the building.
When the harddrive entered the building it was check and verified. It is also rumored that meeting any such outfit is only met by few examples, this is one. This sounds similar to this story by Sam, only I do not draw any conclusion to this story either.
The rumor became a tell tale amoung savvys in the field and made set to ruin the reputation with IBM if succeeded.
The device was obvious, being found by other savvey users. This is how it became rumor and rather bleak one at the same time.
One rumor set with the situation, if the device made was only afew levels less dangerous, it would have passed and entered IBM causing a disruption but not at the level it was set to produce. The device was made to replace technology within IBM for private use on a massive scale routing payments and making new agenda to follow and replace current standings.
The device also was life threating with the ability to kill at will with an accurate and precise delivery causing 'accidents'.
There was nothing cleaver about the device, it was dumb.
We all know the law and I suggest also, admitting also in knowing the law handed from Heaven too, before continuing as though it don't exist either.
Computers are treated as living, by savvy users - being - it knows you and the computer can respond in that manner, just something beautiful I guess.
I hope knowing that less dangours items, are, able to exist. IBM is family orientated, not only for business, but their families and customers alike.
|are u talking about some advanced A.I shit? or is it autonomous?|
|o2david ill take whatever your smokin , lol|
|me too lol|
|You see what weed does to you children. Now go and play.||
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