The center will provide AIX customers, developers, ISVs (independent software vendors) and academics access to the company's latest hardware, software and training, as well as technical consultants onsite and in remote locations. IBM will use the center as its base to develop and test new applications and middleware for AIX. The company will also work on key technology areas in relation to AIX, including virtualization and high availability of systems, according to Karl Freund, vice president, pSeries product marketing for IBM.
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