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Technical Analysis on Teradata Corp. and International Business Machines Corp. - Diversified Computer System Companies Innovating and Expanding

NEW YORK, NY -- (Marketwire) -- 10/30/12 -- Diversified computer systems companies, such as Teradata Corporation and International Business Machines Corp. seem to be enjoying relatively high demand for their offerings, though the current economic climate and intense competition within the industry remain headwinds. StBulls.com has initiated technical analysis on Teradata Corporation (NYSE: TDC) and International Business Machines Corp. (NYSE: IBM) which serves the Diversified Computer Systems industry. These reports are free upon registration. Rest assured that there is no financial commitment to sign up on

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In order to stay ahead of the game, industry players are under intense pressure to maintain a high level of continuous innovation. Teradata seems focused on bettering its offerings, as the company recently announced the launch of enhancements to its Teradata® Unity™ offering. The advancements are aimed at giving users efficient and high value data synchronization across multiple platforms of a logical data warehouse, while also providing high system availability, workload optimization and disaster recovery across any multi-system Teradata environment. Teradata, which is scheduled to report its third quarter financials on November 1st, has also recently announced a slew of banks and media companies deploying its products. Read our technical analysis on Teradata Corporation by clicking on

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On the earnings side of things, companies have been mixed. In part due to the strong dollar and customers postponing large purchases for more stable times, IBM recently posted flat third quarter net income of $3.8 billion with a 5 percent decline in revenue to $24.7 billion. IBM continues to expand its presence in fast growing regions, and since its earnings release the company has announced that it is opening a new branch office in Toluca, Mexico. Investors looking for technical analysis on International Business Machines Corp. are encouraged to use the link below

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