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May 19, 2008 | Vol 3 Issue 9

 

In This Issue:

>> iDataPlex Server Expected to Help Fuel Growth of Web 2.0 Technologies
>>
SAP Touts SMB Progress, Allies with HP and IBM

Feature Article - Analysis
 
iDataPlex Server Expected to Help Fuel Growth of Web 2.0 Technologies

Based on readily available components but sporting an efficient new rack form factor, the  x86-based scalable server running Linux will also save companies thousands on energy bills.

chris_smith.jpgBy Chris Smith

As I see the direction that computing today is taking, it's becoming increasingly clear why IBM decoupled the i5/OS operating system from the hardware that we traditionally knew as the System i or iSeries. The move has been a wrenching one for people used to thinking of a computer as a self-contained hardware, software, and services stack.


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SAP Touts SMB Progress, Allies with HP and IBM
Once the bellwether of large business enterprise resource planning (ERP), SAP is trying to show the world it can be all things to all people.

ron_exler.gifBy Ron Exler

During the first week of May at its annual user conference SAPPHIRE 2008 Orlando, SAP made several announcements regarding its offerings for companies with 500-2,500 employees, which SAP calls small and midsize enterprise (SME). SAP said that its nearly 36,000 SME customers make up 75 percent of its customer base. That segment grew 28 percent over the previous year in the first quarter of 2008. SAP's SME growth was particularly good in Brazil, Russia, India, and China (BRIC). India is the fastest-growing SME market in terms of software revenue, SAP said.


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