James Cook University accelerates access to student and business services with IBM® XIV® Storage Systems

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James Cook University needed to replace ageing storage systems that held vital student, administration and business applications. In order to get enterprise-level performance and availability that could keep up with the exponential growth of the university's data needs, they turned to IBM. Becoming the first university in Australia to select IBM XIV for its storage requirements, James Cook University now has 64 TB of storage available along with a virtual grid architecture that provides high levels of reliability, performance, scalability and functionality at a low overall total cost of ownership. This white paper fills in the details for you.

Feb 8, 2021
Mar 22, 2011
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