IBM ships more than 10,000 units of PureSystems

IBM shipped more than 10,000 units of IBM PureSystems in the 4th quarter of 2013. ABC Capital Mexico, FleetRisk Advisors, Evalueserve India, Karunya University India, eWell Technologies, TCL Multimedia, Fortnox and Taiho Pharmaceutical Japan are some its clients.

In a statement, IBM said it is bagging contracts as several enterprises are not choosing rival solutions from HP, Dell and Oracle, Huawei Cloud center and EMC.

Its growth is mainly coming from India, China and Brazil.

The growth driver for the demand is enterprises’ willingness to consolidate their existing data centers and shift more of their workloads to the cloud.

IBM says as more organizations embrace cloud computing, they are looking to Managed Service Providers (MSPs) to help them quickly develop and deploy cloud based services in a more secure and economical way.

These MSPs – many in India, Brazil and China – are turning to IBM PureSystems over other vendors’ offerings to transform their data centers and provide the IT infrastructure that meets the needs of their clients.

Case studies

ABC Capital Mexico

ABC Capital, a financial company in Mexico, faced a difficult server consolidation project. After considering other vendors including HP, Dell and Oracle, ABC Capital chose to consolidate its entire IT infrastructure onto IBM PureFlex.

“To become more competitive in the market, ABC Capital was looking to build an infrastructure that could support the mobile technology and social network requirements of our customers,” said Sergio Mendoza Alvarez, director of Technology for ABC Capital. “The integration of our platforms using IBM PureFlex will allow us to meet these goals and reduce the migration time for our multi-core systems, from two years to seven months.”

IBM ships more than 10,000 units of PureSystems

FleetRisk Advisors

FleetRisk Advisors, a business unit of Omnitracs, provides analytics solutions for fleet management and logistics.

With a solution that includes IBM PureData System for Analytics, FleetRisk Advisors built a cloud-based, software-as-a-service (SaaS) platform that enabled it to help reduce fleet-related accidents by 20 percent and support a 200 percent growth in the number of clients it serves.

Evalueserve India

Evalueserve, a Knowledge Process Outsourcing (KPO) provider in India, which co-designs targeted knowledge solutions and operates global knowledge centers located in Chile, China, India, and Romania, has chosen IBM PureFlex to enable an IT infrastructure that supports a private cloud environment and virtual desktop infrastructure for nearly 2,000 users.

Karunya University India

India’s Karunya University has selected IBM PureFlex to improve online student services by more effectively processing applications, such as handling online enrolment, exam scheduling, virtual campus management, and more.

eWell Technologies

eWell Technologies (HangZhou), a software vendor, needed to develop a hospital-based information integration platform for its master patient index solution.

IBM PureApplication System enables eWell to offer its customers a standardized platform to better monitor both inpatient hospitalization and outpatient services. eWell is partnering with IBM on Hospital2.0 plan to expand the Chinese healthcare industry ecosystem.

TCL Multimedia

TCL Multimedia Technology Holdings, a television producer, has selected IBM PureSystems solution over Oracle EXADATA, Huawei Cloud center, EMC and Dell.

The company will use PureSystems to better manage its big data challenges and gain stronger insights into their business, helping TCL streamline business processes, increase profitability and support growth and innovation.

Fortnox Sweden

Fortnox, a provider of Internet-based applications in Sweden was able to reduce IT costs by as much as 50 percent, enhance service availability and flexibility, accommodate business growth and minimize staffing requirements utilizing an infrastructure built on IBM PureSystems.

Taiho Pharmaceutical Japan

Japan’s Taiho Pharmaceutical has utilized IBM Flex System to develop a desktop cloud platform for the tablet PCs used by more than 700 members of the company.

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