IBM Targets Rival With Its PureSystems, An Info Tech Maintenance Product

Posted on Apr 11 2012 - 10:01am by Editorial Staff

International Business Machine (IBM) in an urge to give competitor an edge with its new product line-up. The new product IBM planning for will help companies reduce time as well as money spent on increasingly information technology maintenance. The company’s PureSystems was developed through acquisitions and $2 billion in research and development over four years.

“PureSystems will help clients to free up time and money to focus on innovation and the urgent to-do’s that many businesses cannot address due to ever rising costs and staffing needs in the traditional data center,” IBM said in a statement. “Depending on how large the system and application is, it could take days and weeks to set up, with PureSystems it could take less than a day in some cases,” said Ron Adkins, head of IBM’s systems and technology group.

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