Powering your Business with IBM's New 2s Value M4 Servers!
Duration: 60 minutes
Demand for x86 servers in small and midsized businesses is changing, and IBM is changing along with it. In a time where businesses are balancing new workloads and IT demands with decreasing operating budgets, IT decision makers are faced with complex buying choices when evaluating a server's ability to deliver improved capabilities and efficiency at lower costs. By focusing on building servers that offer reliable compute capacity, streamlined management, and reduced energy consumption, IBM has positioned several new two-socket System x® M4 rack and blade servers in the spotlight as a means for customers to save money without sacrificing performance, flexibility or ease of use.
During the upcoming webcast, IBM will highlight the key needs of today's SMBs and demonstrate how their new servers, powered by new Intel Xeon® E5-2400 processors, are designed to meet them. Through the webcast, SMBs will better understand how IBM's new two-socket general purpose M4 rack and blade servers align with their business needs. IBM will present how their new servers deliver unprecedented affordability and are easy to deploy, manage and maintain – and build on IBM's reputation for quality, value and performance. IBM will demonstrate how small and midsized businesses can leverage enterprise-class functionality provided by its new two-socket offerings selling at exceptionally low prices, thereby enabling IT decision makers to improve server efficiency and performance at a lower cost.
System x Channel Product Manager, Systems and Technology Group,