Aug 12, 2002
"IBM's xSeries customers require systems with the storage capacity, performance, and reliability that can support mission-critical and I/O-intensive environments," said Jeff Benck, Director of WW Product Marketing for xSeries Servers at IBM. "With Ultra320 SCSI technology from Seagate, we are now providing our customers with storage bandwidth and scalability never before offered."
"The teams at Seagate and IBM worked closely with each other to ensure that the final storage system delivered was fully optimized for IBM's needs, " said Brian Dexheimer, Seagate executive vice president, Global Sales, Marketing, and Customer Service. "This customized approach in design is just one part of Seagate's promise to meet the needs of its customers."
IBM will begin shipping its x235, and x345 server systems incorporating Ultra320 SCSI RAID technology this quarter. For more information about IBM's enterprise storage solutions, visit www.ibm.com/pc/us/eserver/xseries/storage.html. For more information about Seagate and its family of enterprise disc products, visit www.seagate.com.
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