IBM offers real iSeries utility computing

March 2005
MarketWatch: Global Round-up;Mar2005, Vol. 4 Issue 3, p177
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The article reports on the offer of real iSeries utility computing operating system (OS)/400 servers and software by computer software manufacturer International Business Machines Corp. (IBM). IBM's Global Services unit also offered subscription-based utility computing on OS/400, Unix and Windows platforms.


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