Published By: Dell-Intel
Published Date: Jul 02, 2009
The move from UNIX to Linux makes sense in almost any environment, and now, with today's economic environment and every budget being cut, it makes more sense than ever before. The TCO of the proprietary RISC/UNIX data center is going up. With the ROI of migrating to an open systems platform based on Intel Xeon processors being measured in months, you can become a corporate hero.
Published By: Dell-Intel
Published Date: Jun 06, 2009
If you are concerned about the future of your proprietary RISC platform, you need to consider a migration from proprietary to open, from UNIX to Linux while you still have options. You do not want to be forced to pour good money after bad upgrading an obsolete architecture in order simply to stay afloat. See how servers using Intel Xeon processors can offer better performance for a lower price while saving energy.
It is clear that we live in a land of the survival of the fittest. This same scenario is certainly not news to the CIO of any enterprise data center, especially in the data center with a mission-critical infrastructure.
When it comes to storing data, the concepts of cost-effectiveness and efficiency are often at odds with each other. What we all seek is that elusive deal where we donít affect the quality of service, yet are able to store a lot more (without spending a lot more). Read this white paper to learn how IBM Real-time Compression provides the data center with the flexibility to increase capacity and maintain performance for all kinds of data, including your most active data.
Continual and timely upgrades of UNIX systems can enable growth and lower costs. But for some Sun/Oracle and HP customers, expected upgrade plans have hit major hurdles. Read this Clipper Group white paper to see how only IBM continues to provide a plan, and a predictable drumbeat, for the future.
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The productivity and bottom line of most businesses have benefited greatly from the increasing pace and pervasiveness of technological support. In the process, the community that characterizes and supports businesses of all sizes has been given short shrift. In this Clipper Group paper, read about IBM Lotus connections, the tool that will help your team to collaborate as efficiently as possible.
As vendors abandon the UNIX market, IBM continues its commitment to AIX and POWER7 components on Power Systems. And with its recent architectural upgrades, itís even redefining performance. Read the Clipper Group white paper and see how POWER7ís faster processors accelerate the delivery of applications and services, and improve the utilization of resources.