NJ 2-1-1 Partnership has received a grant of new DF15 H03 servers from the IBM Corporation. These servers will allow the partnership to consolidate applications from old servers onto virtual servers and help NJ 2-1-1 continue to provide valuable services for people in search of health and human service needs in New Jersey.The servers are valued in excess of $24,000 and the data analytics software and training donated by the company carries a total value of another $100,000.
The servers will be deployed over the summer months.
The donation bolsters a longstanding alliance between IBM and the 2-1-1 Partnership, it being the fourth major grant by the company since 2009.
“The IBM Corporation has been a key behind-the-scenes partner supporting NJ 2-1-1 operations,” said Joseph Geleta, executive director of NJ 2-1-1 Partnership. “Through their valuable support and generous donation of technical equipment, we have been able to provide the professional services we do.”
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