IBM is launching a program to guarantee 99.9 per cent availability for corporate customers on selected models of its Netfinity servers.
Corporate customers buying selected configurations of the Netfinity 5500 M10 and Nefinity 7000 M10 servers, running Windows NT clustering software, are eligible for the program which begins in the US next month.
The Netfinity 99.9 Percent Availability Program is a combination of hardware, software, and services, including installation services, remote monitoring features, and project management.
This week, IBM announced details of its plans to port midrange and mainframe capabilities to the Netfinity platform (see 'Newswire' 4 February)
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