IBM becomes the official IT provider of the US Open, one of four tournaments in professional tennis' Grand Slam.
IBM hosts the first official tournament Website, USOpen.org.
IBM and the USTA start using Linux to manage traffic on the USOpen.org site.
IBM delivers a virtual court experience that allows fans to follow US Open action in real time.
IBM introduces virtualization and self-managing autonomic technologies to support a green technology initiative at the tournament.
IBM's SlamTracker technology provides a live interactive view of the action on the court and enhanced point-by-point scoring during the matches.
The US Open goes mobile with an official Apple iPhone app. It was also during the 2009 tournament that organizers could begin offering live-streaming match footage.
With the advent of Apple's wildly popular iPad, a tablet-friendly version of USOpen.org is introduced for mobile tennis fans.
The Keys to the Match is introduced. The feature analyzes 39 million data points to reveal insights that indicate how players need to perform to win. In addition, a new US Open Android app connects fans to tournament action.
IBM and USTA unveil a US Open iPad app that delivers live video, real-time stats and insight into match data via a social dashboard.