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IBM Live Webcasts to Introduce BladeCenter Server Line-up

Latest Dynamic IBM System x and BladeCenter Server Line-up Webcasts to Take Place March 30-31

Registrations are now open for the two live Webcasts for an exclusive look at IBM's latest innovations from IBM System x and BladeCenter.

Register Here for Both Live Events

Both live evenst will be presented by Alex Yost, Vice President and Business Line Executive, IBM Corporation, System x and BladeCenter.

IT professionals in small and medium businesses, branch offices, and large enterprises will benefit by adopting IBM System x and BladeCenter's next generation hardware portfolio. The discussion will include the latest innovations in server performance, systems management, IBM X-Architecture, Green IT and virtualization, highlighting the benefits and improvements these innovations will bring to your IT Infrastructure.

You will learn:

  • How to increase IT performance and lower your costs with IBM's latest products
  • About new systems management solutions designed to make IT easier to manage
  • How IBM's innovations in server technology are unmatched in the industry
  • How to drive down the costs of IT, without compromise


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