Database and data management solutions system x
Scalable x86 products and data management solutions you can trustWhite Paper - IBM Smart analytics on Intel processor based IBM system x servers (PDF,436KB)
In today's demanding workforce, your business requires continuous and immediate access to information. IBM systems experts work with IBM software engineers and leading database vendors like Microsoft, Oracle and SAP so that IBM System x, BladeCentre and System StorageIBM System x and BladeCentre systems are designed and optimised to provide the best data management offerings in the x86 market with:
Offerings are optimised to manage data from the smallest of departments to large-scale enterprise data warehouses reliably and economically for a dynamic, scalable infrastructure that helps you respond quickly to changing business demands.
Optimised systems for database:
Optimised systems for database provide preconfigured, pretested IBM eX5 server configurations, optimised to deliver increased performance for your most demanding transactional database workloads. Containing the right balance of processing power, memory and I/O, and pretested with industry-leading database software, these server configurations can help you reduce your expenses with no trade-offs to business productivity.
Optimised systems for analytics:
The IBM Smart Analytics System is an integrated platform that provides broad analytics capabilities on a powerful warehouse foundation with IBM server and storage. Deeply integrated and optimised, IBM Smart Analytics System provides a single point of support for end-to-end analytics solutions.
Lenovo acquires IBM x86 systems
These IBM x86 products are now products of Lenovo in the Australia and other countries. IBM will host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo. During the transition, please interpret references to IBM in relation to transitioned products as Lenovo.
What is Smarter Computing
As the demand for computing on the Smarter Planet continues to grow, a new model is evolving to help us keep up. It's based on advances in system design, analytics, and service delivery, and it has the potential to transform the way we utilise IT. We call it Smarter Computing.