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IBM evangelizing Virtualization in India

Our Avastu Associate from India (Ashish Anand) reports:

Innovations in server technology are changing the economics of computing to help enterprises improve server utilization and productivity, and hence, reduce costs. IBM's new 'eServer p5' series servers focus on virtualization that helps consolidate discrete systems, allows flexibility in resource deployment and helps manage resources better. These are high-performance systems for high bandwidth infrastructure, have a higher performance/processor, and facilitate the reduction of the overall number of systems in the enterprise.

We have conducted market survey in the north of India and found ourselves that the Indian IT sector need to really understand the importance of Virtualization and take serious note to it. I think analysis (paralysis?) is one thing but we are talking about a technology which is going to be delivered with your servers soon. So if you are ignoring the potential of your new servers, you'll have competition laughing at you. And real hard at that too!



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