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IBM has opened up a software development lab in Manchester, focusing on various systems programs that run on its Power Systems iron. The lab is leveraging the bit-twiddling expertise that Big Blue gained when it bought Transitive back in November 2008. Transitive is the commercial implementation of emulation work done in the …

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Anonymous Coward

My Brother

Works for a software company taken over by IBM, the first thing they did was dump 90% of the workforce and replace them with "offshore resource"

I'm sure this new lab will do wonders for the population diversity of manchester!

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On the other hand..

the article states that the Transitive lab has grown in numbers.

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Stop

Never been to Manchester?

it is a highly diverse population already.

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Watch the opening

We recorded (actually we played it live too) the opening comments from Rod Adkins, http://bit.ly/stglabmanc

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Anonymous Coward

60 software developers in 2004

I think they may only have had 60 staff in 2004, not 60 developers. This would have included managers, admin, it folks and other support staff.

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