The revolutionary IBM FlashSystem A9000 and A9000R enable enterprises and service providers to achieve industry-leading Flash storage performance, anchored by IBM FlashCore and MicroLatency technology, and do so in a very cost-conscious manner, with built-in, inline Pattern Removal, Deduplication, and Compression. Throw in the A9000’s unique self-optimizing, self-healing grid architecture and amazingly intuitive UI/UX from IBM Design, and you have a truly differentiated Flash solution that can optimize all your existing applications, while laying the foundation for emerging digital and cloud-centric workloads.Read More »
Powerful: Big data and analytics, cloud, and mobile are providing unprecedented opportunities to uncover insights, drive efficiencies and reach clients. With POWER8, IBM introduces a new generation of systems with the open innovation of the POWER8 processor and architecture to handle both existing workload consolidation and the workloads of tomorrow— delivering faster insights on both AIX/IBM i and the expanded Linux-based open server ecosystem. Read More »
Hyperscale: Barreleye is an ultra-powerful, highly-efficient server built with OpenPOWER technologies (including POWER8 processors) to an Open Compute Project specification. Mark III plans to offer not only availability of Barreleye to enterprises and service providers, but also guidance and services around the platform and assistance on integrating with existing technology strategies, leveraging our 20+ years of experience with IBM and POWER-based technologies. Read More »
Plan, Execute, and Maintain: With a 3-to-1 engineer-to-sales ratio, Mark III is uniquely positioned to not only help your enterprise plan and implement your IT infrastructure strategy, but also to provide ongoing assistance and expertise throughout the life of your investment. All of Mark III’s senior engineers were formerly lead system administrators at large enterprises and, accordingly, can offer up uniquely comprehensive perspectives on solutions and challenges that align with your long-term priorities. Read More »
Welcome to Mark III Systems
Mark III Systems, Inc. is a leading enterprise IT solutions provider with a long, rich history of providing IT infrastructure, software, services, and cloud solutions to a very diverse range of enterprise clients. Headquartered in Texas since 1995, Mark III has steadily grown from an IBM RS/6000 reseller to the oil & gas industry in the mid—1990s to a large, multidisciplinary solutions provider with enterprise clients of all sizes in almost every industry across the United States. For nearly 20 years, Mark III has invested and maintained its status as an IBM Premier Business Partner and developed core competencies around this IBM partnership to service our clients at a rare depth that is truly impactful to their operating success. Accordingly, Mark III has been recognized by IBM with numerous awards over the years, including a prestigious worldwide IBM Beacon Award in 2010 and 2013.
With a very strong staff of Systems Engineers, DevOps Engineers, and developers to complement our long-tenured sales team, Mark III has always placed an emphasis on helping our clients be successful throughout the life of any solution that we help a client architect and implement. Whether it be a routine healthcheck, a proactive roadmap planning meeting, or just a friendly call to see how things are going, we truly believe that any partnership with Mark III only starts with the initial implementation. We definitely encourage you to reach out to us and see what the “Mark III Difference” is all about! Learn more »
According to a new research report from Gartner, IBM is the worldwide market leader in flash storage solid state arrays (SSA's) based on revenue for 2013.
Published 6/30/2014 • PR Newswire
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