Fujitsu today launches the PRIMERGY ‘Dynamic Cube Starter Kit’ in selected countries. The promotion is designed to convincingly demonstrate to medium-sized and larger businesses the benefits delivered by Fujitsu Dynamic Infrastructures and server virtualization in driving their business effectiveness and cutting their IT costs. Every new Fujitsu PRIMERGY BX900 S1 x86 blade server enclosure ordered before the end of 2010 will come complete with the virtual IO management software, Fujitsu ServerView VIOM (Virtual IO Manager), plus one year’s free service and support.
Better known as The Dynamic Cube for its future-proof and flexible design, the PRIMERGY BX900 S1 is a single chassis incorporating a complete dynamic server infrastructure, with up to 18 server blades. The Dynamic Cube increases business agility through dynamic power and cooling, high availability, scalability, and virtualization, while reducing operational, energy and management IT costs. Drawing upon a complete range of innovative server blade modules, the Dynamic Cube meets varying application needs from the lower performance demands of web server and terminal server farms through to high-performance database and application server configurations. 1
When paired with ServerView VIOM, the Dynamic Cube achieves its best high-availability, scalability, and virtualization performance – across all server blades and with no additionally required proprietary I/O hardware. ServerView VIOM greatly simplifies administration of PRIMERGY Blade Servers by removing an entire layer of complexity from current switching architectures, and clearly separates server management from LAN/SAN management. Together with ServerView, the PRIMERGY BX900 Dynamic Cube is also a segment leader in terms of lowered energy consumption. 2
Says Jens-Peter Seick, Senior Vice-President x86 Server Product Unit at Fujitsu Technology Solutions: “The Dynamic Cube Starter Kit offers a perfect virtualization solution and a risk-free opportunity for all IT managers who have complex LAN and SAN environments. With the PRIMERGY BX900, Fujitsu helps businesses to optimize how they interact with different networks by virtualizing the server-related I/O, making modifications easier and quicker. Our customers benefit from reduced installation time, due to attractive bundling of hardware and licenses, combined with service & support, and including ServerView VIOM at no extra cost.”
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1PRIMERGY BX900 S1 Datasheet: http://ts.fujitsu.com/products/standard_servers/blade/primergy_index.html
2 Fujitsu ServerView VIOM Datasheet:
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About Fujitsu Technology Solutions
Fujitsu Technology Solutions is the leading European IT infrastructure provider with a presence in all key markets in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, plus India, serving large-, medium- and small-sized companies as well as consumers. With its Dynamic Infrastructures approach, the company offers a full portfolio of IT products, solutions and services, ranging from clients to datacenter solutions, Managed Infrastructure and Infrastructure-as-a-Service. Fujitsu Technology Solutions employs more than 13,000 people and is part of the global Fujitsu Group. For more information, please see: ts.fujitsu.com/aboutus.
Fujitsu Technology Solutions
Senior Manager Public Relations EMEA
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Date: 30 June, 2010
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