On Demand Webinar: Introducing POWER9 Enterprise Servers

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According to IDC, a global data avalanche is barreling towards every industry. It predicts a 10-fold data volume increase by 2025, bringing total global data to 163 zettabytes or 163 trillion GB. The complexity increases when 50 percent of global enterprises will rely on at least one public cloud platform. Taming this complexity to boost your bottom line requires scalable, low latency, cloud-ready IT infrastructure that can reliably and securely deliver blazing performance. IBM® Power Systems servers are designed from the ground up to meet these demands. And the latest generation IBM Power E950 and E980 are built on the advanced POWER9 architecture to maximize performance, availability, reliability and security—while minimizing your total cost of ownership (TCO).

Learn about the new features, benefits and value of the E950 & E980 servers and why it makes sense to move from older Power servers to these new POWER9 based enterprise solutions. Explore how these servers provide a simplified hybrid cloud experience with security and performance that scales affordably while continuing to provide industry leading reliability.

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Steve Sibley

Vice President, Power Systems Offering Management

Steve Sibley has over 27 years of experience in the IT systems business and has held a wide variety of roles with IBM. Since 2006 Steve has been a leader in the Worldwide Power Systems offering management team and in 2011 was named Director, Power Systems Offering Management. Over that time IBM Power Systems has gained 18 points of UNIX revenue share and helped clients transform their business into more efficient and effective IT businesses. In 2014, Steve was named Vice President and Business Line Executive, IBM Power Systems and System Software as IBM addresses strategic shifts in the systems market toward the Cloud, Analytics and Big Data solutions. Steve started with IBM in 1988 as a development engineer on the AS/400 and has held positions in business development, development operations, technical strategy and planning, and Brand and Group-level strategy. In 1998, Steve became the Program Director for UNIX Partners in Development leading the team responsible for building strategic relationships with independent software vendors and followed that with roles as the System and Technology Group manager of ISV strategy and marketing programs and manager of Worldwide Channel Enablement. He has also held leadership positions in various industry standards groups including American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and was president of the Fibre Channel Industry Association in its start up phase.

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