http://www.ibmsystemsmag.com/partnernewsupdates/25709p1.aspx

IBM Virtual Loaner Program Site Now Translated Into Local Language

The Virtual Loaner Program (VLP) offers a no-charge, on demand remote
access to IBM hardware including IBM POWER6 and IBM POWER5
processor-based servers with AIX, IBM i and Linux operating systems to
enable applications quickly and efficiently. VLP has a self-service Web
interface, which is translated into your local language such as Korean,
Japanese, Chinese, French and Spanish.
The self-service Web interface has a fully automated IT infrastructure
to provide virtual servers for development, functional testing, porting
and demonstration.
Visit the VLP site
<https://www-304.ibm.com/jct09002c/partnerworld/wps/pub/systems/vlp/inde
x> to read about and use other advanced features such as PowerVM Live
Partition Mobility, AIX Live Application Mobility, Workload Partitions
and Save and Restore.
For more information please contact Phillip N. Puckett at
ppuckett@xxxxxxxxxx or (512) 286-5339.

https://www-304.ibm.com/jct09002c/partnerworld/wps/pub/systems/vlp/index

The Virtual Loaner Program (VLP) offers no-charge remote access to IBM
hardware, including IBM POWER6(tm) and IBM POWER5(tm) processor-based
servers on IBM AIX(r), IBM i and Linux(r) operating systems

* No charge for IBM PartnerWorld(r) members
* Worldwide remote access
* On demand, self-service
* Save and restore for future engagements
* E-mail-based user support
* Flexible and secure
* Develop, test, certify, port
Technologies supported
* IBM Power Systems: POWER6, POWER5
* AIX, IBM i, Linux (SUSE, RHEL)
* IBM software (available from Software Access Catalog)


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