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Announcing Storage XIV Gen3 from IBM: Increase Capacity and Lower Costs for Enterprise Storage

August 5, 2011 No Comments

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IBM Storage delivers fast, efficient storage solutions ready for big data that help to gain insight and improve decision making. Join us for the webcast to hear some exciting news on product announcements from IBM!

Built from a proven track record and revolutionary architecture, our new IBM XIV Storage System Gen3 is designed to meet extremely demanding performance objectives with state of the are hardware components. This latest announcement can help you by providing the performance you need for data intensive applications such as online transaction processing, data base applications and high volume email systems, and improves backup by up to 4x. Additionally, administrative productivity will take a leap forward with the capability to manage multiple XIV systems from a single console.

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Speakers:
Bob Cancilla, IBM Vice President of Storage
Randy Arseneau, IBM Storage Platform Strategy Consultant

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