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GBM demonstrates benefits of virtualisation and consolidation

GBM recently teamed up with IBM, Intel and VMware to host a half-day event in Dubai to provide their customers with the best approach to making their business more efficient through “virtualisation and consolidation”.
As part of the event, the speakers demonstrated how new technology offerings and solutions based on IBM System x & BladeCenter family of servers can lower costs, manage risks and improve service levels to keep business ahead of competition.
Attendees were shown that they can dramatically reduce application, desktop and data center operation costs by using IBM x86 based servers and IBM storage solutions. The speakers also talked about the IBM Dynamic Infrastructure initiative and GBM can help organizations in this region build self-managing infrastructures that are cost effective and are as dynamic as today’s businesses are.
Senior executives from Intel presented the company’s latest Xeon technology while representatives from VMware talked about their latest virtualization solutions – all designed to reduce costs, simplify working environments and manage risks.
Ashok Bhola, Country General Manager for United Computer Management Consultancy (UCMC) –a GBM company- said: “Given that the IT industry is an ever growing sector, we are pleased to collaborate, once again, with our vendor partners to showcase our expertise in helping customers build the next generation infrastructures and provide them insights on how to take their businesses ahead of their competition.”
GBM and IBM organized another customer event in Kuwait to discuss the best approach to achieve business resiliency and offered customers end-to-end solutions for high availability, disaster recovery and continuous business operations.

New technology offerings and solutions based on IBM NSystem x & BladeCenter family of servers demonstrated at half-day event

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