Reckitt Benckiser has implemented Halcyon's disk space manager system to improve the performance of its IBM servers.
Disk Space Manager 4.0 gives household cleaning and pharmaceutical company Reckitt Benckiser an interface to analyse its disk space resources.
The software is being used across the company's System i servers, helping Reckitt Benckiser to optimise the servers' storage capacity.
The company said it was pleased with the quality of the Halcyon system's GUI front end and the software's ability to recognise independent auxiliary storage pools.
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