March 24, 2004

IBM storage and Linux to save the planet

Greenpeace UK has ageing Novell servers and is putting them out to grass to bring in a storage network from IBM business partner Ardenta. There will
be 100 Greenpeace staff using the 2TB SAN with IBM FASt600 storage.

The SAN will replace two NetWare servers and sits behind an existing infrastructure of Linux and Microsoft Windows 2000-based servers.

All parties involved are congratulating each other about this. "This is an excellent example of a high resilience storage implementation, recognising
that organisations of all sizes, large and small, need the very best protection for their vital data," stated Shaun Coulson, IBM Storage business
director, UK.



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