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IBM iSeries, Power Systems, AS400 Upgrades, Setup, Installation & Support Since 1981, Midland has helped over 30,000 businesses with IBM iSeries, Power systems, and AS400 hardware and software upgrades, installation and setup, including used IBM 9406 systems. All iSeries system upgrades are handled by our IBM i Certified Technicians. We use only IBM-certified parts and systems, which come with a full warranty.

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AS/400 Upgrades

Know Your AS/400 to iSeries Upgrades

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Throughout the 1990s the AS/400 was the pre-eminent workhorse of America's IT infrastructure. The line was refreshed in 2000 and renamed the eServer iSeries and was again renamed the System i in 2008. This generation of midrange servers was phased out in 2008, to be replaced by the IBM Power Systems range in 2008.

The AS/400 and its immediate descendants were designed to last and built solidly, so a good number of them are still in excellent working order and playing their part in fulfilling the needs of America's small- and medium-sized businesses. However, times change, and an AS/400 from the early 90s or a iSeries from the mid-2000's, may no longer be up to the challenge of coping with the sheer quantity of information storage and processing required for 2018 and beyond. For businesses interested in upgrading their information processing capabilities there are many options available.

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POWER9 Benchmarks

POWER9 Facts & Features

POWER9 Facts features, benefits, technical benchmarks and memory reference sheets.

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Flash Systems

New FlashSystem 900 & FlashSystem V9000

What You Need To Know About The New FlashSystem 900 & FlashSystem V9000 Everyday, businesses are faced with tidal waves of data from a multitude of sources including social media, sensors, mobile platforms, websites and more. The more data thrown at a business, the more reliable their storage enterprise needs to be. While the increasing volume of data may seem overwhelming, the value of this information to a businesses success is stronger than ever.

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power7 to power8

Upgrading POWER7 To POWER8. What to know.

Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability (RAS)

Since its release in June of 2014 IBM has continued to expand the POWER8 line. With 4-core models and higher end enterprise versions out for a while now it is a good time to update our original article on POWER7 vs POWER8, the differences between them and what it means to for businesses and end-users.

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Flash Systems

What You Need To Know About The New FlashSystem 900 & FlashSystem V9000

What You Need To Know About The New FlashSystem 900 & FlashSystem V9000 Everyday, businesses are faced with tidal waves of data from a multitude of sources including social media, sensors, mobile platforms, websites and more. The more data thrown at a business, the more reliable their storage enterprise needs to be. While the increasing volume of data may seem overwhelming, the value of this information to a businesses success is stronger than ever. It’s a well know fact that companies who gain insight from data dramatically outperform those who don’t and the key to managing this crucial information relies heavily on the speed and capacity of the business’s storage system. Earlier this year, IBM announced the addition of two al...

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ISERIES BACKUP AND DISASTER RECOVERY

ISERIES BACKUP AND DISASTER RECOVERY

5 THINGS YOU SHOULD CONSIDER IN PLANNING
The cloud is an efficient and fast way to improve your IBM i high availability (HA), backup and disaster recovery (DR) capabilities. In preparing an IBM i system or environment for backup and disaster recovery in the cloud, there are several key considerations to include in your strategy and project plan. For the purposes of this brief, this applies to all versions of the IBM i family including Power Systems, iSeries, System i and AS/400.Link: Check out the services available from Midland! Key considerations for your plan:1. What are your RTO & RPO requirements?First, establish your Recovery Time Objective (RTO) & Recovery Point Objective (RPO) goals. This drives the level of service and system architecture that you will design. A...
 

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