The Dutch Chambers of Commerce is one of the first to implement IBM’s new high-end storage system, the DS8000. Here is an exerpt from the article on SearchStorage: “Because the Chambers of Commerce supports 21 different chambers, being able to partition fixed storage for each chamber at a fixed price was important,” said Jouhre. The … Read more IBM’s DS8000 implementation
So, I recently saw the Xbox 2 specs, and I am very impressed! They are using IBM processors (so is the PS3), and apparently there are rumors that the Xbox 2 can deliver more than a teraflop of computing performance. Here’s the specs: Xenon Hardware Overview By Pete Isensee, Development Lead, Xbox Advanced Technology Group … Read more Xbox 2 Specs
Paul Thurrott from the SuperSite for Windows has some good information regarding the next version of Windows, codename “Longhorn.” This showcase features: Longhorn roadmap, the various release milestones, the Longhorn investments and selling points, hardware requirements, screenshots, and more. Source: Paul Thurrott’s SuperSite for Windows: The Road to Windows Longhorn 2005
Sometimes hard work does pay off. 🙂 Here is a press release about the product that I’m currently working on: ARMONK, NY – Feb 28, 2005 – IBM today announced that powerful models of the breakthrough IBM TotalStorage DS8000 series, which enables customers to simplify their storage infrastructure and support business continuity, are shipping in … Read more IBM First Vendor to Ship Enterprise Storage Systems with POWER5Technology
As you may have noticed, I’ve been adding random content to the website, and have plenty more to add. I’m working on changing the theme around, but I think at this point, I’m still not sure exactly where I want to go with this site. I’m still thinking about what I want to add, and … Read more Updates
Just added a new photos section to the website. The only pictures there at the moment are those of my new house (under construction). Link: Photos
I must say that I love my job! I had to work this weekend (half a day, both days), and IBM provides lunch for those who work on weekends. I know it sounds sick, but I sort of looked forward to working. Maybe it’s because I’ve only been there a month this time around, but … Read more My job
Since I really don’t have much to blog about today, I just wanted to inform everyone of how addicting Halo 2 is. Seriously, I spend a lot of time playing that game. It’s not that I’m all that good at the game, it’s just so fun to play. Check out the Stats page too!
Well, I have finally decided to convert www.jbctech.com to my personal web blog. Hopefully this site will be more productive than it used to be. The original intention for jbctech.com was solely for JB Computer Technologies, a small computer business I used to run with my best friend. However, since I recently graduated college and … Read more Blog Launch!