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Rationalizing Power

Today, businesses can do more with less and make the most of their IT investments. As the economy recovers, organizations look for ways to further optimize and extend the value of their IT investments with the least cost and disruption to existing infrastructure.

IBM Rational® solutions for Power Systems™ servers provide organizations with new, cost-effective, and practical optimization opportunities that free resources to build new smarter products and services that deliver business value.

These Rational solutions help accelerate development and delivery of multiplatform applications on IBM AIX®, IBM i, and Linux® operating systems that can help:

Increase system utilization. The IBM Rational high performance compilers for C/C++, COBOL, Fortran, PL/I, and RPG offer cost savings and utilization from your existing infrastructure. Modern compilers can leverage multi-core and parallelization which improves performance and scalability of your applications.

Boost productivity. IBM Rational Developer for Power Systems Software, IBM Rational Application Developer for WebSphere® software, and IBM Rational Business Developer offer a common developer desktop delivering integrated development tools for AIX, IBM i, and Linux operating systems across multiple languages.

Maximize business agility. IBM Rational Team Concert offers a common server infrastructure enabling collaborative coordination for development teams for all Power Systems environments.

Increase flexibility. IBM Rational Developer for Power Systems Software, IBM Rational Host Access Transformation Services (HATS), and IBM Rational Migration Extension can help extend the value of existing investments in IBM i, AS/400®, iSeries®, System i®, green screen, RPG, and COBOL applications by exploiting decades-worth of business value embodied in these systems.