IBM announced that it has expanded its services that enable businesses to access computing capacity on demand. Using IBM's new Virtual Server Service, customers can tap into virtual server capacity on hosted IBM eServer xSeries, pSeries and iSeries systems, paying only for the computing power and capacity they require.
IBM is the first vendor to offer businesses a choice of Intel-based, Unix- based, or Linux-based server processing and network capacity delivered on demand. IBM became the first computer company to offer remotely-delivered virtual server capacity when it introduced Linux virtual services on eServer zSeries mainframe systems in July of 2002.
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