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IBM HyperSwap: A modern data protection solution

IBM Systems Lab Services, Services, Storage

High availability is becoming an increasingly popular term due to advances in infrastructure components such as networking, compute and storage. It’s also a necessity today for businesses in the banking, financial and insurance sectors. IBM Spectrum Virtualize HyperSwap is a dual-site solution that provides continuous availability of data during planned and unplanned outages. If storage ...read more


Help reduce costs for your data-driven, multi-cloud enterprise

AI, Cloud computing, Data centers...

Company leaders managing data workloads on a finite budget look to IBM Storwize, a family of all-flash storage solutions focused on managing block data needed for primary storage workloads that require strong availability, performance, redundancy and enterprise-class data services. “As our clients transform their data center infrastructures to meet new demands, keeping storage costs down ...read more


IBM Flash: The mid-market advantage

Flash storage, Integrated infrastructure, Storage

A recent market survey conducted by Forrester Consulting and commissioned by IBM confirms that flash storage is a big hit among mid-market businesses (MMB). In fact, 82 percent of MMB IT decision-makers are either planning to deploy flash-based data storage or are already upgrading their flash solutions.[1] The Forrester survey provided a valuable snapshot of ...read more


How IT can save your business

Data security, Storage, Workload & resource optimization

I joined the Marine Corps right after high school graduation because I was tired of school, and restless. I wanted to do something. So, what does the Marine Corps do with me after my basic training? You guessed it, they put me in a classroom for nine months of rigorous technical training to teach me ...read more


Lowering the costs of downtime

Flash storage, Storage, Workload & resource optimization

Business downtime is very costly. Some IT industry analysts estimate that the average per-minute cost to businesses of data center downtime can be nearly 8,000 dollars [1]. In 2016 the average outage duration was 95 minutes.[2] This is up from 5,000 dollars a minute just a few years ago.[3] IBM data storage solutions such as ...read more