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Tuesday, 05 February 2013 10:45

IBM tilts at Oracle and HP

Written by Nick Farrell



Wants to offer more affordable Power Systems server and storage


Big Blue wants to take on competitors such as Oracle and Hewlett Packard by offering a cheap and cheerful Power Systems server and storage product range.

Rod Adkins, a Senior Vice President in IBM's Systems & Technology Group said the company was was rolling out new servers based on its Power architecture with the Power Express 710 starting at $5,947. He said that the 710 is competitively priced to commodity hardware from Oracle and HP.

Adkins added that IBM is expanding its Power and Storage Systems business into SMB and growth markets. The product launches on Tuesday. IBM said it will start delivering by February 20.

Nick Farrell

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