Power Systems with IBM i Benchmark Centers
The Power Systems with IBM i Benchmark Centers provide world class benchmarking-related skills and facilities to the worldwide and IBM i operating system community. The IBM i benchmarking facilities are located in Montpellier, France and Poughkeepsie, NY. Our facilities are staffed with IBM i experts with more than 75 years of collective experience in IBM i performance and testing methodology. We are able to provide any Power System configured to your exact specification so that you can stress, tune, and test your application, measure performance, and determine workload capacity. The result of your benchmarking experience will provide you with the information needed to make sound business and computing decisions.
IBM i Technology Center
The IBM i Technology Center (iTC) provides world class technical marketing assistance, education and implementation assistance for select technologies to IBM Sales and Service personnel, Business Partners, customers and consultants worldwide.
IBM i Customer Satisfaction Team
The IBM i Customer Satisfaction team in Rochester is ready to help with any and all IBM i-related problems. We'll help get you an answer or get you to the people who can help with your problem. Just use the form below or send a note to 'email@example.com'. We want to help.
Rochester Customer Solution Center
The Rochester Customer Solution Center provides customized system solutions for IBM Power Systems allowing customers to have a complete and operational system that is easy-to-install and ready-to-use. Our highly skilled work force and facility is set up for receiving product, accurate inventory control, customized hardware configuration/software loading, order creation, staging and shipment to the end client — all with a high level of quality at a competitive price.
IBM i User-Centered Design (UCD)
The goal of the User-Centered Design (UCD) Team at IBM Rochester is to ensure that the IBM i, other IBM eServer systems, and the applications they run meet your business requirements and are easy to use. To achieve this goal, we solicit user input throughout the product development process, through focus groups, interviews, surveys, prototype evaluations, and usability tests.