Deploys a powerful solution with the IBM zEnterprise System
Supports learning and research with leading IBM technology
Seeks a 20% cost reduction by integrating UNIX servers into the IBM zEnterprise System
Cuts IT costs as proportion of sales by 50 percent
Speeding through two billion transactions annually with reliable IBM technology
In focus: Our clients
IBM System z is recognized for its scalability, availability and security. System z is a robust platform that has the power and flexibility to meet the needs of today's most demanding environments while providing investment protection and value well into the future. Read what our clients are saying.
- University of Arkansas
“The IBM System z platform is a lifeblood technology platform: banks, retail outlets and large corporations have been using it for their most critical information systems for the past 40 years, and they will continue to do so,” said David Douglas, Director of the University of Arkansas Enterprise Systems.
"We anticipate saving approximately US$15 million over three years, he says. "We're seeing dramatic improvements across the board. An 80 percent reduction in environmental costs including power, cooling and floor space; hardware and OS support efforts cut in half; Web hosting monthly costs also cut in half through capacity optimization and overall server utilization running at 85 to 90 percent." Buzz Woeckener, manager of Linux, Nationwide
- Belarusian Railways
"In our opinion, only IBM System z could reliably handle the enormous number of transactions and offer permanent availability. Equally, System z was the only platform that could handle unpredictable peaks in demand without any risk of failure.” Igor Otliga, Data Centre Manager at Belarusian Railways
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