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With multi-terabyte Oracle databases hosted on IBM FlashSystem arrays virtualized using IBM SAN Volume Controller, e-commerce giant PriceMinister enjoys extremely high database performance and availability, helping it to provide a responsive service to ...

December 2014 | PDF | 615 KB
To support its clinical and research work aimed at transforming personalised cancer treatment, Caris Life Sciences deployed IBM® high-performance computing (HPC) and storage technologies to analyse.

October 2014 | PDF | 373 KB
Hampshire Constabulary and Thames Valley Police pooled resources and drove efficiency by consolidating to a single, centralised storage infrastructure based on the IBM Storwize V7000, a solution that is expected to yield zero cost over four years.

July 2014 | PDF | 619 KB
Cegeka implemented cost-efficient IBM FlashSystem Enterprise Solution – cutting response times for its clients’ SAP ERP applications by 66 percent, and meeting the SLAs required to win large clients and drive growth.

February 2014 | PDF | 760 KB
Global logistics company Samskip succeeded in removing the barriers to growth by leveraging an IBM virtualization solution to transform utilization of resources and do more within the same budget, saving costs on Oracle licensing and storage.

December 2013 | PDF | 695 KB
Renfe improves availability and performance of its ticketing systems when it engages IBM Global Technology Services to implement a solution based on the IBM System Storage DS8000 series and IBM System Storage SAN7688B-2.

December 2013 | PDF | 636 KB
Coca-Cola Bottling Co. Consolidated (CCBCC) deployed the IBM® FlashSystemTM Enterprise Solution— enabling it to process 20 times more forecasting data within the existing overnight window and SLAs.

December 2013 | PDF | 192 KB
Pharmaceutical cooperative Cofares enhances customer satisfaction, brand image and market share by ensuring reliable and continuous services even at peak times with a resilient virtualized solution based on the IBM XIV Storage System.

November 2013 | PDF | 888 KB
IT service provider Fiducia deployed two IBM System Storage DS8870 devices to cope with increasing customer demands on its core banking system. The IBM solution provides the huge capacity, impressive performance and extremely high availability required.

November 2013 | PDF | 618 KB
Working with IBM® Global Technology Services®, ThyssenKrupp Marine Systems has optimized performance and availability for business-critical applications by upgrading to a fully virtualized storage area network.

October 2013 | PDF | 641 KB
The Oxford Fertility Unit uses an innovative digital archiving service from Arkivum – based on IBM® System Storage® TS3310 and TS3500 tape libraries – to guarantee 100 percent data integrity.

October 2013 | PDF | 618 KB
VEKA deployed an IBM® System Storage® TS7650G ProtecTIER® Deduplication Gateway to cope with growing data volumes, accelerating backups and reducing the risk of downtime for key SAP systems.

August 2013 | PDF | 640 KB
Secure mental health services provider The State Hospital transforms its disaster recovery strategy through an IBM SAN Volume Controller stretched cluster and mirrored IBM BladeCenter HS22 blade servers connected via a fiber optic link, maximizing ...

November 2012 | PDF | 684 KB
Agence France-Presse (AFP)—needing a new approach to store growing digital media volumes—adopted a strategy based on small storage arrays designed to ensure high performance and scalability.

November 2012 | PDF | 255 KB
Replaced its legacy storage systems with two IBM® Storwize® V7000 disk systems, one at each of the company’s Warrington and Liverpool locations, using built-in software for near real-time replication.

September 2012 | PDF | 739 KB
Arkivum selected IBM System Storage® TS3310 and TS3500 tape libraries, providing a combination of LTO (Linear Tape Open) and IBM TS1100 Enterprise tape technologies.

July 2012 | PDF | 659 KB
Working with IBM® and Barrachd, Sumerian moved from a SAN architecture based on traditional disk systems to the IBM XIV® Storage System platform, and replaced a pair of aging servers with new IBM System x3850 X5 servers.

March 2012 | PDF | 711 KB

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