IBM Servers

As small, medium and large enterprises have increasingly complex storage, data and network needs, they continue to invest in more sophisticated servers.  An IBM server provides a cutting edge solution with extremely powerful, reliable service.

A typical IBM server has either 8, 10 or 12 cores with 2 all the way up to 16 terabytes of memory.  It also has 8 SFF bays and 2 to 16 sockets. Users have advanced customization and integration options as well.  It is one of the leading server providers on the market. With all of this power and functionality, a good data center is crucial.

For that reason, businesses with IBM servers in the Dallas area are increasingly choosing GIP Networks.  The center provides a cutting edge experience with a number of vital features.  Those include 24/7 on-site service and support in a flood-free zone.  It has extremely sophisticated heating and cooling systems that are checked weekly.

GIP Networks is also well qualified, it is SSAE 16 SOC-2 Type II, HIPAA and PCI audited and compliant.  Of course, security is extremely tight with 24/7 video surveillance as well as biometric access control.

Most of all, GIP Networks provides the technology solutions that sophisticated enterprises are seeking.  It has over 300 fibers available on 6 underground conduits to ensure the speed that enterprises demand. It also has a 2(N+1) power plant with redundant UPS to ensure continuous power.  Lastly, GIP Networks team of engineers will work with any customers to create the most compelling, customized service for their IBM servers.

For more information, please contact us.  Our friendly representatives will provide additional information about the center and provide a tour.  We will also explain exactly how the center can best help you achieve your technical goals.

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