IBM pureScale Technology Redefines Transaction Processing Economics

Friday Oct 9th 2009 by DatabaseJournal.com Staff

New DB2 feature sets the bar for system performance on more than 100 IBM Power Systems.

[From IBM]

ARMONK, N.Y. - 09 Oct 2009: IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a new software technology called DB2 pureScale, running on IBM Power Systems, that helps clients increase their database transaction capacity while reducing the risk and cost of growing their IT systems.

Jointly developed by the IBM Toronto Software Lab and Power Systems Lab in Austin, TX, the new DB2 feature delivers the continuous availability and virtually unlimited computing power required to meet growing business demands. The design of pureScale, based on the architecture and 15 years of proven experience of DB2 on System z, reflects the strengths of IBM software technology optimized for Power Systems.

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