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Gneis Tackles Rising Maintenance Costs with RISC MigrationSpanish bank Bankinter increased responsiveness when Gneis switched mission-critical applications to Intel® Xeon® processor-based serversGneis Global Services manages the IT for Spanish bank Bankinter, a pioneer in digital banking services. With maintenance costs rising fast for its servers, Gneis researched a number of server platforms to find the one best suited to its business needs. In this process it undertook a RISC migration project and deployed servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family. Bankinter determined that its customers can now enjoy more responsive and reliable banking services than previously, and Bankinter can rapidly launch new IT initiatives.Challenges• Optimal performance. Gneis Global Services, the IT provider to Bankinter Group, needed to ensure optimal availability and response time for Bankinter’s applications• Lower costs. The existing servers were becoming more expensive to maintain• More agility. Gneis needed to be able to deploy new servers and applications more quickly, so the bank could be more responsive to the marketplaceSolutions• Intel Xeon processor-based servers. Following detailed analysis and benchmarking, Gneis migrated key applications to servers based on the Intel Xeon processor E5 family, running Red Hat Linux*Read the full Gneis Tackles Rising Maintenance Costs with RISC Migration Case Study.
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