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  • IBM Storwize V7000 thumbnail photo IBM Storwize V7000

    Date added: 2010-10-07

    The new IBM Storwize V7000 midrange storage system demonstrates that IBM is sharing its most innovative storage technologies across its portfolio, including a graphical user interface (GUI) modeled after the popular XIV user interface designed to significantly reduce system set up and administration; Easy Tier software; and industry-leading storage virtualization software.



  • Storwize V7000 thumbnail photo Storwize V7000

    Date added: 2010-10-07

    The world's first computer storage system, the IBM "RAMAC," (bottom photo) -- took up an entire room and could store 20 megabytes of data in 1956, roughly the equivalent of one song stored on an MP3 player. IBM's newest storage system announced today, the Storwize V7000 (top photo), can hold more than one million times more data than the RAMAC in a package that fits on a desktop. Social-networking sites, digital photography/video, and on-line commerce are among the activities causing huge increases in the amount of data that needs to be filed, sifted and managed by businesses today. IBM storage inventions can allow businesses to categorize information in new ways, allowing for electronic medical records, for example, to be delivered to patients in minutes rather than days.



  • Photo: IBM System Storage DS8700 IBM System Storage DS8700

    Date added: 2010-04-25

    The System Storage DS8700 is the most advanced model in the DS8000 lineup of high-end disk systems. With the addition of the IBM System Storage Easy Tier feature, the DS8700 can make it easier and more economical for clients to manage data in tiers by automatically placing clients' most critical data on faster solid-state drives.



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