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Tata Sky and Essar Group Adopt IBM Power Systems

PR Newswire | 18 Oct, 2013
BANGALORE, India: As companies now have access to massive amounts of customer and business data, their success depends, in large part, on making sense of that data in order to drive revenue. Clients choose IBM's Power Systems because they are designed from the chip up to handle mission critical and complex cloud and big data workloads.

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Systems servers are:

    Designed from the chip level up for big data and analytics, to help companies to turn massive volumes of raw data into actionable insight
    Built on a platform that is open and flexible, enabling widespread innovation
    The platform on which IBM's Watson cognitive computing solution is built, which has ushered in a new era of computing

As a testimony to this increasing reliability on UNIX as a platform of choice, several CIOs from leading brands came together to narrate their story. The IBM Power Systems provides a highly scalable, reliable and robust infrastructure which dynamically changes the way in which these organizations operate and in turn offer services to their customers. Here is the story of three popular brands from India - Tata Sky, Essar Group and United Spirits Ltd - on their tryst with the POWER of UNIX.

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SOURCE IBM India Private Limited

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