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Published By: Stratus Technologies     Published Date: Mar 10, 2009
Fault Tolerant is a pretty common term in the world of IT, also an often misused and misleading term.  For 3 decades, Stratus Technologies has been engineering and manufacturing purpose built Fault Tolerant solutions. Check out this short video to understand what it takes to be REAL Fault Tolerant.
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stratus, virtualization, fault tolerance, real fault, it management, industry standard components, disaster prevention, enterprise applications
    
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Published By: Logicalis     Published Date: Mar 12, 2014
Where’s the data center going? Industry analysts are pointing to modular computing. Designed for rapid deployment, energy efficiency and high-density computing, modular data centers deliver capacity at a lower cost than traditional construction methods. With significantly reduced construction time—from years to just a matter of months—and industry-standard components that are designed to meet immediate needs and slightly more, modular technology offers economies of scale that are particularly important in the new global economy. Learn more about modular computing in this whitepaper from Logicalis.
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logicalis, modular computing, data optimization, cloud computing, data center
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Feb 25, 2008
This paper describes the evolution of IBM X-Architecture technology and demonstrates how the melding of industry-standard components with IBM innovation produces servers that offer you a unique set of capabilities with which to effectively manage your business. You’ll see why IBM systems equipped with X-Architecture technologies run faster—yet cooler—use less power, and are more reliable, easier to manage and better for virtualization than competitive servers, and offer a lower total cost of ownership (TCO).
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servers, tco, total cost of ownership, energy, energy efficient, power, reduce power, ibm
    
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