Swiss Nuclear Power Plant Improves Business Continuity

Swiss Nuclear Power Plant Improves Business Continuity

Learn how Kernkraftwerk Leibstadt (KKL), a Swiss nuclear power plant, achieved 95% virtualization with 50% fewer servers in just two months by implementing a Vblock System. The solution ensures that KKL can reliably deliver the continuous electricity supply safely and cost effectively.

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