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eServer

In 2000, IBM renamed its major product lines under the eServer brand. The "e" in eServer was an "e" within a circle like IBM's earlier rendering of the word eBusiness. The eServer designation was dropped when the company migrated to its System brands (System z, System x, etc.). See IBM branding.
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OpenMP applications on an IBM eServer p5-520 versus the performance result of 2,637 OpenMP applications on an HP Integrity rx2600, using the SPEC OMP2001 benchmark and when comparing the result of 13,613 est.
Aldon, the leading software provider of enterprise application lifetime management solutions, today announced immediate support for the new IBM eServer i5 to give customers the power and capacity to build and run business applications that span multiple operating systems on the same server.
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As a result of this acquisition, Sirius adds the IBM(R) eServer(tm) zSeries(R) mainframe to its product portfolio and becomes the largest IBM Business Partner for the eServer brand.
During May Days, the team will demonstrate an IBM eServer BladeCenter and answer questions from the hundreds of IBM Business Partners expected to attend.
6 Linux kernel, combined with the processing capabilities of IBM POWER5 processor-based servers, including IBM eServer OpenPower, IBM eServer BladeCenter JS20, IBM eServer pSeries and IBM eServer iSeries, provides a strong foundation for a full range of applications.
The IBM eServer zSeries 990, the new flagship of the eServer family, builds on the technology of the eServer z900, which brought new security, reliability and performance advances in Linux virtualization and automation.
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Sirius provides IBM infrastructure solutions for Microsoft technologies, including IBM eServer(TM) xSeries(R), IBM eServer BladeCenter(TM), and IBM storage.
IBM has announced a new low-end IBM eServer system that offers 110 percent more performance at one-third lower cost than its predecessor, making it an attractive option for small- and medium-sized businesses.
Curam Software, the leading provider of Social Enterprise Management (SEM) solutions, today announced support for the IBM eServer zSeries mainframe platform.