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IBM inks deal with Inspur to offer Big Data and Analytics in China

28/08/2014 by

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IBM has joined hands with Inspur to offer Big Data and Analytics and transaction processing solutions to customers and ISVs in China.

China is an important market for IBM Big Data and Analytics solutions.

IDC says the Big Data technology and services market in China will grow at 38.7 percent compound annual growth rate from $165.5 million to $850 million by 2017.

The two companies have collaborated and enabled IBM DB2 and IBM WebSphere Application Server software to operate on Inspur TS K1 Systems. Inspur will leverage an OpenPOWER Foundation reference design and capabilities to create innovative system solutions.

IBM DB2 and Websphere Application Server software are available on Inspur TS K1 Systems, a mission critical server autonomously developed by China. Inspur will recommend IBM’s DB2 with BLU Acceleration and WebSphere Application Server software as the preferred middleware platform for new projects using Inspur’s TS K1Systems platform.

The IBM software platform, combined with Inspur’s advanced technology of TS K1 Systems, can offer client value across all industries and create a competitive edge for customers in China by making it simpler, faster and more economical when compared to alternative software platforms that analyze massive amounts of data and process transactions.

This article has been extracted from http://www.infotechlead.com/, please click on this link to read the article in full http://www.infotechlead.com/2014/08/26/ibm-inks-deal-inspur-offer-big-data-analytics-china-24936

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