APR 12, 2012 - 7:40 am
In a news release, IBM said more than 600 companies around the world announced support for its new family of expert integrated computing systems designed to radically simplify enterprise computing by making it easier, more secure and less expensive to own and maintain.
IBM PureSystems, the result of $2 billion in R&D and acquisitions by IBM over four years, combines decades of technology know-how with innovations in the core components of enterprise technology including compute, networking, storage and software to simplify and modernize IT operations.
IBM notes that IBM Business Partners can earn a fee for their clients that finance IBM PureSystems through IBM Global Financing. Flexible financing options provided by IBM Global Financing make it simple for clients to acquire IBM PureSystems with low-rate leases and no up front costs. Business Partners also can include their own content and services with IBM PureSystems to offer the client one contract and one monthly payment.
To read the full text of the IBM news release click here.
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