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IBM Unix Virtualization : Meet new Power 595 and the new water cooled superserver!

The new UNIX enterprise server, Power 595, designed to extend IBM's leadership in the UNIX market, will be attractive to the existing IBM clients as well as Sun Solaris and HP UNIX users.

"The high-value UNIX and supercomputer solutions opens up a whole new world of possibilities for our Power Systems clients," said Rajesh Saha, Country Manger -- Enterprise Systems, Systems & Technology Group -- IBM India/SA.

"The world's most powerful enterprise UNIX server with virtualisation for workload balancing across UNIX, Linux and I applications and the water-cooled supercomputer represent major breakthroughs in innovation and energy efficiency for IBM clients and make the new enterprise data center a reality."

IBM's new POWER6 "Hydro-Cluster" supercomputer, Power 575, is built to help users tackle some of the world's most challenging problems in fields such as energy, aerospace and weather modeling.

More here... and if you want to buy Power 595 then you should look here.

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