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August, 2008

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August 21, 2008  10:12 AM

ISVs sluggish on getting their apps ready for IBM i 6.1 (V6R1)?

Mark Fontecchio Mark Fontecchio Profile: Mark Fontecchio

Jon Paris and Susan Gantner have an interesting article this month in the IBM Systems Magazine about how some independent software vendors have been a little behind the eight ball in getting their applications ready for IBM...

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August 21, 2008  10:01 AM

Spoof: Ancient Egyptians ran the AS/400

Mark Fontecchio Mark Fontecchio Profile: Mark Fontecchio

Mid-deranged.com's "article" is called "Egyptians More Advanced than Earlier Believed." Turns out they were running a data center with an AS/400. But I've got some problems with this piece. Clearly it...


August 7, 2008  12:17 PM

Thinking of switching from i to p?

Leah Rosin Leah Rosin Profile: Leah Rosin

If your company is considering a switch from the iSeries to pSeries and you are skeptical, you may find a story that John M. Willis recently shared on his IT Management and Cloud Blog interesting (and even helpful to use in any discussions with CEO's who want to "change" things). In,

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August 7, 2008  7:51 AM

System i news roundup – 8/7/08

Mark Fontecchio Mark Fontecchio Profile: Mark Fontecchio


August 5, 2008  7:39 AM

High-end and midrange defined

Mark Fontecchio Mark Fontecchio Profile: Mark Fontecchio

Last week I spoke to Ross Mauri, the IBM general manager of Power Systems, who talked some about the IBM financial numbers that recently came out. Mauri did some bragging about how Power Systems, which IBM called the "converged...


August 5, 2008  7:27 AM

What the heck is converged System p?

Mark Fontecchio Mark Fontecchio Profile: Mark Fontecchio

If you're like me, the recent IBM financial numbers had you wondering. Big Blue gave figures for the "converged System p" servers, which was up 29 percent, and "System i" servers, down 47 percent. In a word, ouch. But it's...


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