K Raheja Corp. migrates to smarter computing with IBM


IBM announced that K Raheja Corp has moved to IBM’s x86
based eX5 servers and Storwize V7000 storage system to run its applications,
including SAP and Microsoft Exchange.


This is a significant win for IBM over competition on X Series Servers with Storwize V7000 Storage consolidation
for SAP & VMWare.


K Raheja Corp. selected IBM System x and Storage because
of its platform’ scalability, price-performance, energy efficiency and its
ability to easily manage multiple application workloads. 


With significant business growth in the horizon, K.
Raheja Corp was looking at: revamping its existing data center infrastructure
to eliminate all the Desktop & Tower class servers and use the same for end
users purpose; reducing power & cooling requirements in the datacenter;
reducing its size; ensuring better connectivity and improving datacenter
performance and hardware scalability, which in turn reduces hardware
procurement cost beyond three years.


Our success story that spans across decades hinges on
unmatched quality. Even our own IT infrastructure had to meet our stringent
criteria when it came to performance, energy efficiency and scalability IBM’s
solution did just that.” said Rahul Mahajan, associate vice president
(Information Technology), K Raheja Corp.


IBM partner Orient Technologies played a lead role in
understanding the requirement on virtualization and consolidation and
eventually winning the deal with an unmatched solution.


IBM’s continued investments in innovation across its
platforms have made us the undisputed leader in the industry today. Given K.
Raheja Corp.’s vision and the growth plans, we believe the IBM eX5 system and
V7000 storage are a perfect fit. We expect the implementation to provide
them a clear competitive advantage in the industry,” said Leo Joseph, vice
president, IBM System x products, IBM India.


Recently, IBM announcedits association with the Centre for Sustainable Development (CSD) to prepare an
Environment Report Card (ERC) for Bangalore.


The report which will be presented to the Government of
Karnataka will showcase citizens’ perceptions of environmental issues and a
factual picture of the city’s environmental condition measured across the key


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