IBM outlined the latest products in its Seascape roadmap this week, wrapping it an electronic business label for added trendiness. The Seascape architecture is designed to be modular and high end, accessible from mainframe, Unix and NT systems.
The latest announcement included a Web Cache manager for cutting Internet access time; a cross-platform extension for Ramac, IBM's high capacity storage array, which enables up to 16 Unix and NT servers to share the same storage array; and that the Adstar Distributed Storage Management software can now be used on Hewlett-Packard and Sun Microsystems hardware.
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