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Didier Marcon, bullion Architect, Bull Innovative Products Didier Marcon’s career has encompassed many roles: as a hardware designer for GCOS mainframes, CAD software designer, AIX® validation manager for Escala™ servers, x86 Itanium architecture project manager and architect for Bull’s latest generation enterprise server: bullion™. By the end of 2012, over 50% of applications running on x86 platforms will be virtualized.
Bull awarded for the fourth consecutive time as a SAP-certified provider of hosting services in France Bull SAS was recently as a provider of hosting services in France, for the fourth time in succession. Bull received certification from SAP for its ability to deliver hosting services with high-quality operational standards in support of SAP® solutions.
Bull has chosen Nimsoft Monitor to expand Vision, its services offering that provides IT Managers with a clear and centralized view of the key elements of their infrastructures.
With electricity accounting for over a quarter of the cost of a data center’s costs, 60% of it for cooling alone, Bull has made energy a focus for its R&D teams. Bull is tackling this key environmental and economic challenge at several levels.
New Bull supercomputer powers weather and climate research at Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute
The Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (KNMI) and Bull partner in a new high performance super computing environment. Both parties collaborate in order to further optimize weather and climate forecasting in what will be one of the best performing and environmentally friendly weather data centers in Europe. Besides the innovative ‘designed-and-produced in Europe’ technology, Bull also offers comprehensive HPC services, including consultancy, maintenance, monitoring and support.