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McPherson, Tom ; System z Processor Development, IBM Systems and Technology Group, USA ; Wallner, Robert

On February 26, 2008, IBM announced the System z10™ Enterprise Class (z10 EC™) server, the latest highperformance server designed to be a powerful, flexible mainframe system that reaches beyond technology to drive business innovation. The z10 EC server is a marriage of evolution and revolution, building on the inherent strengths of the System z™ platform, delivering new technologies and virtualization that are designed to offer improvements in price/performance for key workloads, as well as enabling a new range of solutions. The System z10 EC further extends the leadership of the System z platform in key capabilities with the delivery of expanded scalability for growth and large-scale consolidation, availability to help reduce risk and improve flexibility to respond to changing business requirements, and improved security. This system provides a firm foundation for future business growth.

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IBM Journal of Research and Development  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 1 )