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The most demanding enterprise applications and databases require highly available servers that ensure reliability, security, and business continuity. In today's IT environment, these needs can be met by x86-based servers that offer more onboard processor cores, more memory, and more server I/O capability than ever before and that can meet demanding quality-of-service (QoS) needs.

Read this paper detailing  the value of taking  a scale-up approach, rather than continuing to rely on legacy systems or taking a scale-out approach, and learn about how organizations can save significant operating costs.

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