As the number of reported IBM layoffs this week continued to grow, there are indications some of those losing their jobs are attached to the company's Endicott operations.

The company, which has its headquarters in Westchester County, will not reveal how many people are being laid off as part of its latest cost-cutting move.

WNBF News has been told there are some people based at the IBM Endicott site who are affected by the layoffs.

IBM officials have consistently refused to discuss how many employees remain at Endicott, the company's birthplace more than a century ago.

Alliance@IBM, an employee group, claimed on its website that more than 1600 job cuts in the United States had been reported.

Nearly 700 IBM workers in Dutchess County are said to have lost their jobs in the latest workforce reduction.