Lenovo is open and ready for business with System x
IBM x86 products are now products of Lenovo in the India and other countries. IBM will continue to host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo.
Unique x86 architecture designed for any ambition
IBM System x® are the only x86 servers designed for growth, innovation, market leadership or whatever your business goals may be. The advantage lies in its architecture. Its unique x86 architecture is designed to fulfil your business ambitions. Whether your business needs Cloud, SAP® HANA, Virtualisation or Virtual Desktop Infrastructure to meet its goals, IBM System x® servers are designed to get the best out of them and fulfil your business ambitions sooner.
Most Reliable x86 Hardware: This solution offers the most effective Predictive Failure Analysis in the industry, achieved through longer experience in predicting failures and replacing hot swap components. It is also designed with Memory Thermal Events (to eliminate memory errors), FlexNode Failover (automatic reboot, back and running) and Double Chipkill (increased memory availability).
IBM x86 Systems Solutions Video
IBM x86 IT Solutions Overview
This paper provides an introduction to cross-industry solutions on IBM x86 systems.
5 Commandments for the Perfect Solution to drive any Ambition
Whatever your business’s ambition may be, these 5 rules should be followed when choosing a solution.
- Commandment #1: Measurable Benefits
Benefits must be quantifiable to create a TCO/business case.
- Commandment #2: Best of Breed Components
Integrated best of breed components that work perfectly together.
- Commandment #3: Easy to Understand
The IT team should be clear on the benefits of the solution.
- Commandment #4: Easy to Manage
Should require only basic IT skills to operate after training.
- Commandment #5: Interoperable
Must be compatible with existing infrastructure and build on their efficiencies.
IBM Design Advantage
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* Source: IDC's Asia Pacific Quarterly Server Tracker, Q1, CY 2013 (Jan-Mar 2013), Report Released in May 2013.
** Source: Dataquest - Dataquest-CMR Customer Satisfaction Audit CSA 2013.
Lenovo acquires IBM x86 systems
These IBM x86 products are now products of Lenovo in the India 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.