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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.
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This guide describes how to prepare for an iSeries upgrade. Whether you're upgrading from V4R2 to V4R5 or to V5R4, the information in this guide may be useful to help you avoid some common upgrade-related issues. Continue Reading
Anticipation mounts as the release of V5R4 nears. With upgrading comes a lot of uncertainty. What will IBM offer in this new release -- iSeries blade servers, more TCP/IP addresses, enhanced spool files? Well, we'll just have to patiently wait for... Continue Reading
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Modernizing one of the most efficient interfaces ever designed may be a bit tricky. On the AS/400, application modernization means making the best use out of your existing application programs and especially your application programmers. Joe Pluta ... Continue Reading
Security expert Rich Loeber recently installed a new i5 System i server in his office. Rich explains that this is always an exciting time and he normally rushes to get the system set up so he can move operations onto the new hardware as soon as ... Continue Reading
With the upcoming availability of V5R4 of i5/OS rumored for sometime in the first part of 2006, your thoughts as an administrator may be turning to the release upgrade process. In this tip, Dan Reusche shares a technique that may make the actual ... Continue Reading