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Lenovo recently acquired IBM x86 products in the United States and other countries. IBM will continue to host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo.
A new backbone was designed, built around the IBM® System Networking RackSwitchTM G8264 10/40 Gbit and the IBM System Networking RackSwitch G8052. IBM also provides a service package including software support and diagnostics.

May 2013 | PDF | 668 KB
IBM Business Partner, NetFactory GmbH, proposed a solution based on 24 IBM® BladeCenter® HS23 servers to improve performance, exploit virtualization, simplify system and network management, and reduce data center sprawl and inefficiency.

May 2013 | PDF | 627 KB
IBM Business Partner Antisa proposed a system upgrade to increase flexibility and availability, and lower maintenance, latency and energy consumption. New IBM server assets were deployed, along with IBM network switches that support Sarenet’s future plans...

May 2013 | PDF | 579 KB
IBM Business Partner DHDS undertook a network backbone upgrade project to increase the speed, capacity, and flexi-bility of the link between Bonar’s mirrored data center facilities.

May 2013 | PDF | 646 KB
Six IBM® System Networking RackSwitchTM G8264 switches were installed across three locations and connected using IBM BladeCenter® Virtual Fabric.

May 2013 | PDF | 714 KB
CANCOM IT Solutions, a German IT service provider, facilitated reliable access to its cloud services from all locations by deploying IBM RackSwitch G8052 technology. The company also implemented an IBM PureFlex System with Flex System x240 and p460 ...

April 2013 | PDF | 642 KB

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