iSeries upgrades and modernization
- January 31, 2008
Big Blue has announced the new i5/OS V6R1 and its various features, including the ability to run on blade servers.
- May 10, 2006
New integration capabilities that allow IBM System i servers to manage IBM's x86 machines became generally available this week. Customers can also get a hardware discount for buying Lotus products.
- February 23, 2006
IBM offered a sneak peak of its server Power6 chips, slated for release in 2007. IBM is touting gains in clock speed, but experts question whether clock speed matters.
- May 03, 2005
Proving it has faith in the iSeries line, Sun National Bank migrated from an iSeries 820 to an i5 550. The principal factor: the i5's ability to support multiple platforms.
- April 28, 2005
When Mississippi Sportswear, a uniform manufacturing company, scored a major deal with Adidas, the company decided to upgrade its IT system to an iSeries i5 520 box to support its growing business.
- October 17, 2004
Update: IBM has put the final stake in its i5 line of Power5 servers with a new 64-way model. The system will be pitched as an on demand, consolidation powerhouse but the new servert received little fanfare at COMMON.
- September 16, 2004
Users may be on hold waiting for an end to Oracle's battle for PeopleSoft, but IBM and its most coveted ERP vendor are not.
- August 17, 2004
The latest edition to Big Blue's Power5 family boasts new systems management and virtualization features. An analyst says it provides flexible upgrade options for midsize businesses.
- July 22, 2004
Users looking to run multiple operating systems on their i5 server now have greater flexibility in purchasing. But will it end up costing them more in the long run?
- July 13, 2004
IBM's announcement today of the eServer p5 and enhancements to the eServer i5 makes IBM's strategy to converge technologies complete. For users, it means choice, unprecedented performance and low pricing that appeals to the masses.
- May 02, 2004
The wait is over. The first Power5 iSeries servers make their debut along with a new version of OS/400 – and they both get new names.
- April 29, 2004
An iSeries based on the Power5 chip will be the first to include the Virtualization Engine, mainframe-based technology that lets 10 servers operate as one.