Server Refresh to Meet the Changing Needs of IT

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Executive Summary

With the growth in installed base of server systems, various servers have replaced the existing installed systems in the organizations with the help of x86-based system. Replacing systems that do not function, meeting the compute demands of business requirements, saving energy, cutting costs, and requirement of efficient systems are some of the reasons for that drive organizations to refresh their servers. The new technology of the servers leads to the flexible and efficient server environment. The capabilities of x86 that is discussed in this paper such as virtualization has improved the ability to maximize the use and flexibility of servers. Various functions that lead to the changes in servers are underutilized systems, space, power constraints, operating expenses, and business growth. There are various systems supplied by vendors that are essential for replacing the systems with installed base all over the world. The x86 market that is discussed in this paper is the largest and the fastest growing segment of the market. Their focus is on the rack-optimized and blade servers that represents the growth within the x86 market. The Sun Intel Xeon processor-based systems are designed to offer Windows and Linux operating systems along with Solaris. Discussed in this paper are various opportunities that help organizations in improving their performance, lowering operating costs, better efficiency, and more flexibility. Sun's wide collection of systems mentioned in this paper is designed to refresh their systems or to add additional systems in an organization.

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