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EXECUTIVE OPINION

“Making information systems simple again.” by Philippe Miltin, Vice-President, Bull’s Products and Systems Division

Executive opinion

Nowadays, IT Departments want to take back control over their servers; indeed they have to do so. Information systems are under a great deal of pressure with more and more demanding tasks, both in terms of inputs and outputs for real-time processing. There are more and more sources of information, more and more users, and more and more data to be taken into account in increasingly complex algorithms. And the slightest downtime – even a simple slowdown in performance – is no longer tolerable because it immediately results in lost money.

 

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Keeping watch over Europe’s electricity networks

Invit du mois

François Boulet, CEO of Coreso

Coreso guarantees the security of electricity transmission networks, 24×7. And Bull ensures the high availability of the IT systems needed to do this highly sensitive job.

 

BUSINESS CASES

Institute of Cosmos Sciences at the University of Barcelona has selected Bull to create Spain’s most powerful Data Center dedicated to studying cosmology

HOT TOPICS

With its novascale bullion, Bull is back in force in the enterprise server market


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SOLUTIONS

Bull consolidates its position as a major outsourcing player in Europe, with massive investment and new certifications

Bull and Vordel are to provide security and performance for Service-Oriented Architectures (SOAs)

Following its success in France, Bull launches Argaus ATM Manager, its cash-point management solution, internationally

WHAT'S NEW

Bull further strengthens its commitment as a European pioneer in Open Source

OW2 consortium adopts NovaForge™ as its software forge



EDITORIAL

D.Lamouche
Bull, back in force in the enterprise server market: the foundation stone of the digital economy

In June 2009, we launched bullx; less than six months later it was named in the US as ‘the world’s best supercomputer’. And we have just strengthened this family of supercomputers with new, even more powerful models to meet the needs of even the most memory-hungry applications.

Read Didier Lamouche's editorial >>

 

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