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IBM X6 Platforms: A Major Change in x86 Server Design
One of the biggest downfalls to x86 systems is the lack of memory – usually topping out around 2-3 TB of main memory storage, which forces x86 servers to swap data between memory and storage when working with large databases. However, Intel has opened the door for enterprises to use x86 architectures for larger memory workloads.
Access this informative resource to find out the how these revolutionized x86 servers will be used, as well as the benefits they will provide.