The future runs on System z
In today’s world, IT is woven in to almost everything that a business does and consequently is pivotal to a business. Yet technology leaders are challenged to manage sprawling, complex distributed infrastructures and the ever growing flow of data while still being able to protect the data and be responsive to the demands of the business. They must continually evaluate and decide when and how to adopt a multitude of innovations to keep the company competitive. The IBM System z10™ Enterprise Class (z10 EC) is a perfect choice for enterprise computing. It can help reduce and control rising costs and improve provisioning speed and data center security and resiliency—at any scale. It aligns technology and business—giving you the freedom and the tools you need to innovate and be competitive.
With leadership capabilities for security, availability, scalability, virtualization and management, the System z10 Enterprise Class (z10 EC) is a world class enterprise server designed to meet IT and business challenges head-on, and serve as the cornerstone in your dynamic infrastructure. The z10 EC provides performance and capacity for growth and large scale consolidation, improved security, resiliency and availability while lowering both risk and cost. As environmental concerns raise the focus on energy consumption, the z10 EC is designed to reduce energy usage and save floor space when consolidating workloads from distributed servers. Specialty engines continue to help users expand the use of the mainframe for a broad set of applications, while helping to lower the cost of ownership. The z10 EC is the platform that delivers technologies that businesses need today along with a foundation to serve the future.
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