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Unisys offers pay-per-use mainframe

Mar 30, 20042 mins
Data Center

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Unisys offers pay-per-use mainframe, 03/30/04

Unisys Monday introduced a new line of its ClearPath mainframe servers, one of which will be available with a pay-per-use pricing model that will save customers between 20% and 30% on the cost of their big iron, according to the company.

Copper versions, lower prices make 10G more tempting, 03/29/04

A sharp drop in 10G Ethernet pricing, and the emergence of technology that runs 10G over copper, could spur enterprise interest in the technology, users and analysts say.

Backstage with Johna Till Johnson, 03/29/04

Network World later this month launches its second Technology Tour on the topic, Masterminding the New Data Center. Johna Till Johnson, founder and chief research officer at Nemertes Research and a Network World columnist …

Estrin back with Ethernet start-up, 03/29/04

Precision I/O, spun off from Internet infrastructure firm Packet Design last year, says it will begin shipping software in the next few months that will let businesses give networked servers a boost without …

IBM to promote Power processors at event, 03/27/04

IBM will provide news and an update to the business strategy behind its Power line of microprocessors at a press event in New York on Wednesday. As part of the event, the company is expected to …

IBM, U at Buffalo team on supercomputing for bio deal, 03/25/04

The University at Buffalo Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics has installed an IBM supercomputer built on blades and also will work with IBM researchers who will provide algorithms to aid …

Oracle plans major Collaboration Suite update, 03/24/04

Oracle plans to deliver a major update to its Collaboration Suite before year-end, adding instant messaging capabilities, improving integration with enterprise applications and enhancing other …