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Zucchetti improves its customer service with Smarter Computing from IBM

Zuchetti Group built a cloud foundation by implementing an end-to-end turn key solution including IBM BladeCenter Foundation for Cloud and IBM XIV Storage Systems.

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China Telecom dials up pressure on the competition

China Telecom's Jiangxi Subsidiary deployed IBM Power 570 servers and IBM PowerVM to create a private cloud. IBM SAN Volume Controller is used to manage access to storage. The IBM solution introduced savings of 50 percent on hardware costs and significantly accelerated time to market for new offerings.

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Ricoh Americas Corporation improves storage efficiency with virtualization

Ricoh Americas Corporation implemented a virtualized storage environment which included IBM System Storage SAN Volume Controller, IBM XIV Storage System and IBM System Storage DS8000, enabling seamless migration and more efficient storage management.

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Canucks Sports & Entertainment wins at the storage expansion game

Canucks Sports & Entertainment, owners of the Vancouver Canucks hockey team, needed to expand their storage capacity to handle exponential growth in digital media. They needed a scalable storage system, and they were able to implement an IBM solution that surpassed their expectations.

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IBM PureSystems Accelerate Cloud Adoption

See how built-in expertise, integration by design and a simplified overall experience can help your business speed its cloud solutions

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Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota

IBM helped BCBSM consolidate 140 Intel servers to one IBM System z with six Integrated Facility for Linux (IFL) engines. Key applications now run in virtualized Linux servers, and IBM DB2 databases run under z/OS on the same machine

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