1. The 1st vendor is IBM which uses power servers that runs both Red Hat and SUSE Linux server operating systems, offering a scalable alternative for your open source application.
a. Red Hat has big business support and its easy to find certified technicians, administrators and engineers who know their way around Red Hat. Its also supported on a wide variety of hardware whether your running x86 servers on racks, blade servers, IBM power systems, or mainframes then Red Hat is your best choice
The 4201 is the right server for real power users with demanding I/O intensive applications. The Platinum power supply makes this system extremely power efficient and best of all.
b. Tempest 4400: With up to 64 processor cores and 512GB of RAM the Tempest 4400 delivers the performance of a small cluster in a desktop form factor with server-grade RAS options.
c. Niveus 5200: The Niveus is an expert workstation that features Intel's latest CPU and IO technologies. It is ideal for demanding applications. The Niveus 5200 supports the highest processor bins of Intel's E5-2600 processor series. It can accommodate up to four high-end GPUs and provides server grade storage options and remote management features.
2. Hp Linux Workstations
a. HPZ200 is a very expensive but high performance workstation that handles linux operating systems.
b. HP z800: The Z800 is the top of the Z-series from HP, and features an array of impressive and powerful options such as 12 cores, up to 192GB of RAM, and even dual Quadro cards in SLI.