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Chris Ziomek, general manager of LitePoint's Design Test Division, cites as an example the LitePoint zSeries RFIC chipset test system for the lab, which can test LTE devices as well as ones meeting connectivity standards such as the various versions of Wi-Fi.
GT Software has enhanced its Neo Suite line of zSeries migration solutions.
"The bank has committed on investing in the upgrade plan of its Systematics core banking system running on the IBM zSeries mainframe, as well as on a new branch banking system," the bank said.
TCS BaNCS runson a number of environments such as IBM zSeries, Unix (IBM, HP, SUN), and Windows.
The new Newport (San Francisco, CA) zSeries wireless sensor system provides Web-based monitoring of temperature, humidity, and barometric pressure, and mount discretely on the wall in clean rooms, laboratories, and any remote facility.
z/OS distributed file service zSeries File System implementation z/OS V1R11.
Supports any Linux distribution on architectures including Intel x86-32, Intel x86-64, Itanium-2, Power PC, and zSeries as well as FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD
The latest version of EMC DLm systems provide IBM zSeries mainframe environments with a high-performance disk-based tape replacement solution.
For example, smart data placement through IBM Data Facility Storage Management Subsystem (DFSMS) provides for targeted data placement on SSDs in an IBM zSeries and DS8000 environment.
That approach recognizes that most customers will have a hybrid environment using both SSDs and traditional disks.<p>In another example, IBM's Data Facility Storage Management Subsystem (DFSMS) provides for targeted data placement on SSDs in an IBM zSeries server and DS8000 storage array.<p>"The most significant part of this...is [that] we're the first vendor to offer the software tools to maximize SSDs," Barrera said.
* Before the IBM zSeries 890 and 990 models, IBM processors supported "secure keys", which used the Cryptographic Coprocessor Facility (CCF).