IBM has introduced two data storage systems that attempt to bridge the gap between high-end and midrange storage classes, combining high-end functionality with the ease-of-use characteristics of a PC .
The new IBM systems include a massively scalable storage system and a compatible ultra-dense storage system.
Both systems include Power microprocessor technology and mainframe-like features that enable clients to improve storage utilization by virtualizing and sharing system capacity across diverse servers and applications.
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Posted on Tuesday, Oct 12 2004 @ 23:31 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck