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Targeted markets: Hitachi offers a wide range of systems, products, and services in market sectors including information systems, electronic devices, power and industrial systems, consumer products, materials, and financial services. Types of solutions offered: Blade Servers PC blades/thin clients * Processor chipsets Blade switch modules High-speed interconnects (InfiniBand, 10 GigE, FC) * Japan only Virtualization software Clustering software * Management software Power & cooling solutions*
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Company Description
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Hitachi, Ltd., (NYSE: HIT / TSE: 6501), headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is a leading global electronics company. Fiscal year 2005 (ended March 31, 2006) consolidated sales totaled 9.464 billion yen ($80.9 billion). The company offers a wide range of systems, products, and services in market sectors including information systems, electronic devices, power and industrial systems, consumer products, materials, and financial services.
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Part V
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Appendixes
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Product Information
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BladeSymphony
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Hitachi s BladeSymphony Server is an enterprise-class server system designed to deliver unmatched performance, reliability, and scalability. With its symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) blade interconnect technology, server modules can be coupled together to increase system performance while maintaining a single operating-system environment. In addition, server modules can be combined to run different operating systems within the same chassis. Together with Hitachi s embedded virtualization technology, BladeSymphony enables customers to consolidate and maximize their server needs onto a single and robust system platform. With Hitachi s two-socket (four-core) Intel Itanium 2 Processor Server Modules, BladeSymphony s blade chassis can support up to two eight-socket (16core) SMP environments, with each environment supporting up to 128GB of memory. Hitachi is the first to offer a system platform capable of supporting both Intel Xeon Processor and Intel Itanium 2 Processor server modules within the same chassis. Intel Xeon Processor blade server modules are also available in two-way and four-way offerings. Whether the customer s business model involves Internet-based commerce, high-bandwidth streaming, electronic mail, capacity planning, transactional data processing, or database management, BladeSymphony solutions not only simplify and streamline the enterprise while reducing its total cost of ownership, but also place a whole new world of processing power in its hands for future profitable growth.
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Partners (Technology, OEMs, and Resellers)
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Intel Brocade Microsoft Red Hat
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Blade System(s) and/or Virtualization Software Supported
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Appendix A
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Vendor and Product Information
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Operating Systems Supported
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Plans/Direction
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Hitachi s plan and direction are focused on continuously improving and expanding its blade offerings to satisfy requirements of customers today, as well as introducing innovative features and functions for needs of customers tomorrow. At or around the time of this book s publication, Hitachi plans to release a new range of products revolving around dual-core technology, which will also support an innovative system-embedded virtualization technology delivering mainframe-class virtualization (high performance and high availability) to open-platform systems.
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Part V
Appendixes
At a Glance
Company name: IBM HQ address: New Orchard Road Armonk, NY 10504 Contact info: 914-499-1900 Website: www.ibm.com Date founded: Founded 1888; incorporated 1911; added to NYSE 1916 Date of blade system FCS/GA: BladeCenter introduced in 2002 Number of employees: 329,373 Revenue and customer base: $91.1 billion (2005 year end) Targeted markets: IBM s clients include many different kinds of enterprises, from sole proprietorships to the world s largest organizations, governments, and companies representing every major industry and endeavor. The majority of the company s enterprise business, which excludes the company s original equipment manufacturer (OEM) technology business, occurs in industries that are broadly grouped into six sectors:
Financial Services: Banking, financial markets, insurance Public: Education, government, healthcare, life sciences Industrial: Aerospace, automotive, defense, chemical and petroleum, electronics Distribution: Consumer products, retail, travel, transportation Communications: Telecommunications, media and entertainment, energy and utilities Small and medium business: Mainly companies with fewer than 1,000 employees
Types of solutions offered: Blade servers PC blades/thin clients Processor chipsets Blade switch modules High-speed interconnects (InfiniBand, 10 GigE, FC) Virtualization software Clustering software Management software Power & cooling solutions
Appendix A
Vendor and Product Information
Company Description
IBM strives to lead in the invention, development, and manufacture of the industry s most advanced information technologies, including computer systems, software, storage systems, and microelectronics. They translate these advanced technologies into value for their customers through their professional solutions, services, and consulting businesses worldwide. IBM systems facilitate the sharing of servers, storage, and networking resources to create true on-demand operations that enable businesses to collaborate more efficiently and securely. IBM Systems and Technology Group delivers innovative solutions for the increased collaboration between companies and institutions that has begun to blur the traditional lines of information technology. New technologies like virtualization, open standards, and encryption help organizations and their partners share information in real time and collaborate seamlessly on innovative applications ranging from designing automobiles and aircraft to discovering new medicines.