|By PR Newswire||
|December 4, 2013 04:47 AM EST||
LONDON, December 4, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
One of the prime choices to deliver technical support for Linux is IBM. A platinum member of the Linux Foundation with over 10 years experience in this area and huge investments in Linux across hardware, software and services, IBM offers high-quality comprehensive support for Linux environments on IBM and non-IBM platforms.
IBM has committed over 600 people to open source development, actively contributing to Linux and other open source projects. The technology giant now offers in-depth software and technical support for Linux distributions on IBM System x, IBM BladeCenter and non-IBM Intel servers, including HP Proliant, Dell and Sun systems, and is an authorised reseller for Red Hat Enterprise Linux Server (RHEL) subscriptions.
Covering your Linux equipment even if it's not IBM
The support offered by IBM is designed to be highly available at all times. IBM can provide Linux support 24x7, every day of the year. There aren't any caps on call volumes or any limits on the amount of users who can report incidents.
IBM's Support Line can cut out the need to coordinate support through multiple vendors by managing and resolving IT problems, regardless of vendor or platform.
Cost savings of up to 40% achieved by switching to IBM
Businesses needn't be worried about the cost either. IBM's support service is available at a highly competitive rate. Savings of up to 40% can be achieved by businesses switching Linux support over to IBM from the OEM (Original Equipment Manufacturer).
IBM's Linux support service is ready to cover a multitude of systems, so if you have a Linux support requirement call IBM on +44-(0)1628-424120 for a competitive quote.
Support also ensured for a post-Windows-XP future
IBM also offers competitive support for Windows, so if you are worried about support for your Windows XP environment from April 2014, ring +44-(0)1628-424120 for a talk through the options.
Click here (http://bitly.com/IEuraj) to get talking with IBM about implementing Linux in your business.