Last month, IBM debuted new Power Systems servers that allow data centers to manage staggering data requirements with unprecedented speed, built on an open server platform. In a move that sharply contrasts with other chip and server manufacturers' proprietary business models, IBM, through the
“We have a 20-year commitment to providing our customers with the latest in technology solutions,” said
IBM’s POWER architecture is the cornerstone of innovation for the
“Our BPIC not only gives our employees a place to gain hands-on experience by learning ‘on the fly,’ it opens the door for our customers to test technology solutions for their businesses before they implement onsite,” continued Hales.
Built on IBM’s POWER8 technology and designed for an era of Big Data, the new scale-out
BPIC centers are owned and operated by
InfoSystems serves enterprise and small to medium-sized businesses in the Southeast. Major areas of expertise encompass data management, hardware, software and communications, and are backed by certifications in data storage, virtualization, cloud, server infrastructure, backup and disaster recovery, network security, software development, voice service and unified communications. iAssurance Managed Services are available for a proactive and predictable investment in 24/7 reliability and stability.
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