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Uploaded on Jan 28, 2011

Right now, a lot of businesses -- particularly growing businesses that demand IT performance -- are being put in a very difficult position.

On one hand, they're looking to make the most of the IT resources they have. This often means sticking with a 2-socket system. It's smaller, it's easier to maintain, and it can work really hard. That's why there is still a big demand for a two-processor system. But a two-socket system has its business limitations.

If a business needs to upgrade to four-socket systems, it can be prohibitively expensive. More and more, businesses are being forced to choose between what's best for their wallets and what's best for their customers.

That's why we decided to create a new choice.

The IBM x3755 M3 is an ideal 4-processor server for businesses ready to move up from their 2-processor systems. Built on the 8- or 12-core AMD Opteron 6000 Series platform -- supporting up to 48 processor cores -- the System x3755 M3 provides value and performance in a compact 2U package. It comes with up to 512GB of memory with 32 DIMM slots providing affordable memory scaling.

Hear directly from the experts:

Jeff Falkanger, IBM System x Senior Product Manager
Otis Lackey, IBM System x Marketing
Angel Yuan, IBM System x Technical Project Manager

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