Research firm Gartner has placed Fujitsu Computer Systems’ PRIMERGY industry-standard x86 servers in a number of ‘Leaders quadrants’ of recently published server reports.
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Gartner’s Leaders are vendors who are rated as performing well today, have a clear vision of market direction and are actively building competencies to sustain their leadership position in the market.
The Fujitsu PRIMERGY rack, tower and blade servers are recognised by Gartner as continuing to make gains in the Application, Web, High Performance Computing (HPC) and Infrastructure server categories. The PRIMERGY servers are compatible for both Windows and Linux-based application markets.
Fujitsu offers a line of PRIMERGY tower, rack and blade servers, from single processor servers for small offices to 16-processor systems intended for enterprise database or large scale server consolidation through virtualisation. The company sees the lines as appropriate for entry-level servers, compact and scalable blade systems, or advanced multiprocessor servers capable of handling the most demanding datacentre applications.
“We believe our position in the Leaders quadrants of these Gartner Magic Quadrant server reports is a direct reflection of the excellent overall design and reliability of our PRIMERGY servers,” boasts Richard McCormack, senior vice-president of marketing at Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation.
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