"Oracle's interest and investment in the AIX development platform is a recognition of IBM's leadership in the Unix marketplace, and our focus on creating technologies that are fundamental to the futures of both our customers and partners," said Adalio Sanchez, general manager, IBM eServer
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IBM and Lawson will also continue to optimize solution performance on IBM eServer
and IBM TotalStorage technologies including: xSeries, pSeries, iSeries, zSeries, TotalStorage, and Linux on OpenPower.
As part of the agreement, Hitachi will license a portion of IBM's eServer
zSeries enterprise storage related interface technologies for use in Hitachi storage platforms as well as future technologies.
IBM executives told a meeting of industry analysts in Austin, Texas, that IBM's Unix eServer
595 computer running an IBM's own Power 5 line of computer chips has set a new database-processing record that surpasses by nearly three times the previous performance record set by HP for its heavy-duty Superdome computers.
has announced that its 'Lift and Shift' approach for migrating legacy applications from older mainframes to contemporary platforms is now available for the IBM eServer
zSeries, xSeries and pSeries lines.
The US firm, which has a major operation near Warwick, said that the eServer
line would allow customers to use fewer servers to perform business automation functions, part of a trend among technology customers to demand more performance and capacity from a smaller number of computers.
With the Power5-based Squadron servers bearing the eServer
p5 label due from IBM in late July or early August, Big Blue has to do something to keep the wheels of commerce turning in its Unix server business.
Novell (NASDAQ:NOVL) has announced that its Linux management software, Ximian(R) Red Carpet Enterprise, can now maintain and manage IBM eServer
systems in a SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server (SLES) environment.
For the first time, IBM notes, its WebSphere Application Server will support IBM eServer
pSeries and iSeries machines running both Linux and IBM's Power4 chip.
Under the contract IBM would consolidate LEGO's existing global IT platform from some 220 Hewlett Packard servers to a fully integrated, open infrastructure using 34 of IBM's eServer
and IBM Enterprise Storage Server systems.