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The offerings, which span IBM’s systems portfolio, represent IBM’s continued investment in systems integrated and optimized across chips, hardware and software, for a range of work at a time when companies face unprecedented amounts of data and are under pressure to become more efficient in managing and drawing timely insights from the information.
The new systems include: A new offering for the zEnterprise BladeCenter Extension (zBX), IBM’s systems design that allows workloads on mainframe servers and other select systems to share resources and be managed as a single, virtualized system; and key new Storage and System x products, which can bring radical new levels of efficiency to the data center.
The new products from IBM reflect the market reality that new business requirements and economic pressures are driving changes in the way systems are designed, data is managed and analyzed, and IT is delivered and consumed. The systems can bring new levels of data center efficiency to help clients achieve better systems management, faster deployment, and quicker response times for critical workloads.
The offerings include:
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Over the past two years, IBM has expanded its networking business through relationships with leading networking companies. The BNT acquisition helps IBM bring system networking products to its clients, complementing core networking offerings from leading providers.
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(2) Based on results of engagements across IBM Global Technology Services implementation services for servers and storage.
(3) Based on IBM measurements comparing traditional tape-based backup with disk-based backup using FlashCopy Manager and Storwize V7000.
(4) For illustrative purposes only. Not all IBM Business Partners may qualify. Incentives may be withdrawn at any time.
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