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xSeries

The previous name of IBM's Intel-based server family. In 2006, IBM changed its naming from zSeries, xSeries, etc. to System z, System x, etc. See System x and IBM branding.
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Voyant will install and maintain the IBM xSeries platforms at no cost to customers who contract for VS/Inspecc
The agreement extends by three years an alliance that began in 2002 and involves IBM offering VMware's VirtualCenter, VMotion, ESX Server and Virtual SMP software products on its eServer xSeries and BladeCenter systems worldwide.
StoneGate, an award-winning firewall and VPN solution, employs an easy-to- use centralized management system that allows effortless configuration and monitoring of multiple firewall/VPN gateways throughout the enterprise, whether on zSeries or Intel-based hardware, such as the IBM eServer xSeries.
In addition, SourceForge is optimized to run on IBM eServer xSeries Linux servers.
IBM has revealed a number of new servers in its eServer xSeries product family that include the latest Xeon processor MPs from chip maker Intel Corp.
IBM and Check Point Software Technologies Ltd have announced the first in a family of "Secured by Check Point" VPN/security appliances on the IBM xseries server platforms.
The xSeries of displays represents the latest offerings in the Acer LCD product group ideal for multimedia, gaming and video applications, offering more value, versatility and high-performance to consumers.
The new HS40 blade server is based on the "Gallatin" Xeon MP processors, and according to Jay Bretzmann, manager of eServer xSeries products at IBM, the company will be supporting Xeon MPs running at 2GHz, 2.
The InfiniSwitch solution, which includes a 12/24 Port Leaf Switch and a dual port Host Channel Adapter, passed compatibility testing for three IBM eServer xSeries platforms: the x335, x345 and x440.
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Following early support of the xSeries platform, Red Hat will support the IBM eServer zSeries, iSeries and pSeries platforms.
The IBM eServer xSeries system, code named SuperNova, processed a record 688,220 transactions per minute using a cluster of 32 x370 servers, each powered by eight 900 MHz Intel(R) Pentium(R)III processors, running Windows 2000 Datacenter Server and Microsoft SQL Server 2000 Enterprise Edition with VI support.