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Tuesday, 11 December 2007 10:21

IBM releases Dual Core

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Aiming for SMEs


IBM
is targeting its Dual Core Microprocessor Power6 and system p570 server toward the SME market.

Shashi B. Mal, Director, Systems and Technology Group, IBM India/SA said that SME's were a good target for the Power6 chips. Big Blue plans to migrate 70 percent of its product offerings to Power6, which can be run on Unix and Linux multiversions.

Mal said IBM was already working on Power7 and expects it to be available by 2010-2011.
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