Viraj Profiles Ltd. opts IBM’s Smarter Computing
New Delhi, India, July 8, 2013: IBM today announced Viraj Profiles Ltd., a leading stainless steel long products manufacturer from Maharashtra, India, has implemented IBM’s Smarter Computing solutions to improve their overall IT efficiency. Viraj had previously deployed Fujitsu x86 servers, which was hampering their performance subsequent to the growth and increase in number of users on their Disaster Recovery site.
Viraj Profiles Ltd. turned to IBM to help them deploy IBM Power System while migrating from Fujitsu x86 to unix on the AIX platform. The IBM Power7 System uses P700 and P710 servers along with Storwize V7000 storage to give a complete solution to businesses to manage their workload and create a robust environment to run their business. The integrated combination of the POWER architecture and PowerVM makes possible far higher consolidation ratios and virtualization solutions. IBM is also providing training on the AIX platform that will help Viraj implement the solution faster.
IBM is working with many SMBs who are struggling to adopt smarter computing solutions due to lack of in-house skills and expertise to design and maintain hardware-based systems. IBM is addressing these issues with new Power Systems solutions that don’t require specialized skills and offer the latest technologies in virtualization and automation to speed private and hybrid cloud creation.
Jyothi Satyanathan, Director Midmarket and Inside Sales, IBM India/South Asia, said, “Our clients recognize that in today’s business environment, technology can provide a valuable competitive edge and help them to differentiate. We believe that this IBM Smarter Computing solution will help Viraj Profiles fully leverage the potential of its ERP system, reach its business goals today and pave the way for its success in the future.”
IBM Smarter Computing solutions offer an ideal platform for SMB clients to run next-generation applications and pave the way for new possibilities of growth.
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