PureSystems will enable the corporate companies to spend less time and money on smaller, to complicated, operations related to information technology. According to a data from IBM and IDC (a research firm) companies spend approximately 70% of their IT budget on the maintenance of simple problems, which leaves very less money to be spent on the research and development of innovative projects.
IBM has invested four years and $2 billion to make PureSystems, and it will be released this quarter.
“PureSystems will help clients to free up time and money to focus on innovation and the urgent to-do’s that many businesses cannot address due to ever rising costs and staffing needs in the traditional data center.” IBM said in a statement.
The maker claims that PureSystems will reduce the time companies spent on IT operations by one third.
Ron Adkins who heads IBM’s systems and technology group said, “Depending on how large the system and application is, it could take days and weeks to set up, with PureSystems it could take less than a day in some cases.”
IBM said that it will buy back the servers from the companies that are shifting to PureSystems.
PureSystems is deemed “hugely important” for the company by an analyst, Jon Rymer.