FRAMINGHAM (10/03/2003) - IBM Corp. last week introduced services that provide remote access to server computing resources. Aimed at companies that don't want to incur the expense of buying, managing and maintaining their own servers, Virtual Server Services lets companies buy server computing power from Big Blue. Customers then pay for what they use. IBM owns and manages the services and keeps them at its data centers. Computing power is delivered remotely to clients. After charging customers a one-time setup fee, IBM bills them according to usage every month. Customers can buy computing capacity on IBM's eServer xSeries machines based on Windows operating systems; eServer iSeries running OS/400; and eServer pSeries AIX-based Unix servers.
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