Since the release of IBM's new ex5 systems, we are seeing business efficiency increase and server space and cost decrease. That's right, the new family of eX5 have branched out to increase flexibility with solutions that match an equally diverse set of customer needs.
When building the ex5 servers, the team at IBM took into consideration direct consumer feedback. Results demonstrated a need for "a server family that was simpler to manage, more flexible, well balanced and that provided a superior value." IBM did just that as providing more memory became priority in ex5 development. Customers now have more choices when it comes to hardware including the pay as you go option that allows for adding servers as business needs escalate.
IBM System x eX5 customers should be able to do more work with fewer servers, enjoying better system utilization and energy efficiency, along with significantly improved costs. Additionally, the substantially higher performance and greater flexibility of IBM’s eX5 solutions can help organizations lower their software licensing costs. According to Technology Business Research (TBR) IBM’s System x eX5 servers make the ideal candidates for applications, ranging from server consolidation to high-end databases.
IBM has done it again, combining a low price tag with a substantially more efficient piece of hardware IBM has once again demonstrated with they are the front runner in smart business machines. For more information on the family of ex5 servers visit: www.ibm.com/systemmx