The z10 BC isn't as big or brawny as its beefy sibling, but it has lots of power and is priced to move. Call it a mainframe system for the rest of us.
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Sales of its System z mainframes helped propel IBM to the top of the server market. Unix server sales were also up.
IBM's InfoSphere data integration platform is brimming with mainframe goodies
The Big, Fast virtual systems of tomorrow might look a lot like today's Biggest, Fastest, and most eminently Virtual system: IBM's System z mainframe.
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Mainframe shops continue to look to Big Iron for increased operational efficiency and lower costs.
With focuses on SOA, virtualization, next-generation data centers, and cloud computing, Summer SHARE will likely have plenty to interest attendees.
Expect PSI's technology to pop up elsewhere -- perhaps in a low-end POWER-based mainframe
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If Green Software is to have an impact, the software industry as a whole needs to get onboard
CA touts a visual spin -- in a 3270 interface -- on ESCON and FICON management.
A prominent mainframe reseller gets absorbed by one of its competitors. What does the acquisition mean for its customers?
Disputes between rival IT factions can stop an SOA project dead in its tracks
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