Listen to IBM System x™ customers describe how they meet their business and technical challenges and position themselves for continued on demand growth.
Customer name: Comarch
Comarch is a software company in Poland that develops a range of solutions for finance and telecommunications companies, including ERP solutions designed to lower operational costs for their customers. The new System x3650 M2 offers the power and energy efficiency the company needs to manage costs in their data center while maintaining the performance and reliability their customer demand.
Customer name: University of Toronto - SciNet Consortium
The University of Toronto's SciNet Supercomputer will process 360 trillion calculations using IBM Power Systems and System x™ iDataPlex™. iDataPlex™ will be a key component of Canada’s largest and most energy-efficient x86 supercomputer that researches on the impacts of greenhouse gas-induced global warming.
Customer name: RackForce
Industry: Computer Services
Rack Force's networking and infrastructure services business is growing fast. See how they use a combination of IBM services, IBM System x servers with virtualization, and Tivoli Storage Management software to be more efficient than the competition while building a greener business.
Customer name: Hamilton-Wentworth Schools
Based in Canada, the Hamilton Wentworth District School Board uses an IBM solution consisting of BladeCenter, xSeries, storage and IBM Director management software as the basis for their IT infrastructure and as a tool to facilitate student learning.
Customer name: Bristol West Holdings, Inc.
Automobile insurance company Bristol West replaces HP and pulls ahead with an IBM xSeries, BladeCenter and storage solution driving a 64-bit, Linux®-powered Oracle 10g data warehouse.
Customer name: Stargazer
Industry: Professional services
Stargazer uses xSeries, WebSphere® and DB2® to power its secure portal platform allowing rapid development, easier management and flexible customization.
Customer name: Priority Healthcare
Specialty pharmaceutical company Priority Healthcare replaces its Dell servers with an IBM xSeries and Linux solution for their mission-critical Oracle customer relationship management (CRM) application.