Hardware &nob &Software Wes Novack on 27 Dec 2012

IBM Power Systems solutions by Syntax

Syntax Systems Limited asked us to take a look at their IBM Power Systems solutions.

IBM power systemSyntax is an IBM Premier Business Partner. For over 40 years they have been providing comprehensive technology solutions to businesses of all sizes in North America.

Syntax partners with leading technology providers, such as IBM, to deliver the best combination of hardware, software and services to customers to meet their technology needs.

They offer an array of services, including; strategic consulting, project management, systems integration, design, development, programming, installation, training and post installation application and technology audits.

So what exactly are IBM Power Systems and how can businesses benefit from them? Let’s take a look at the benefits as described by IBM themselves.

Power is performance redefined

“Companies embracing Smarter Computing are implementing IT infrastructure based on the IBM Power Systems platform that is designed for data, tuned to the task and managed with cloud technologies. With Power Systems, businesses can outpace their competitors by delivering services faster, differentiate their offerings by delivering higher quality services, and turn operational cost into investment opportunity by delivering services with superior economics.” – IBM

Syntax and IBM are touting their Power Systems’ focus on the business needs of application choice, enterprise integration, IT efficiency, data availability and security.

These are extremely powerful computing systems designed for enterprise use and for those businesses who need reliable, fault tolerant, scalable solutions. Of course these systems are not one-size-fits all, and Syntax can help you determine just how much horsepower you need to cater towards your particular business needs. For more information or to get a discussion going with Syntax, check out their Iseries cloud solutions page.

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