Mission Critical Servers

Mission critical refers to any factor of a system (equipment, process, procedure, software, etc.) whose failure will result in the failure of business operations. That is, it is critical to the organization's "mission.

Mission-critical server is a system whose failure may result in the failure of some goal-directed activity. An example of a mission-critical system is a navigational system for a spacecraft. The difference between mission-critical and business-critical is in the global activity and possibility of whole personal life black out. A business-critical system fault can influence only to a single company or bunch of them and can partly stop lifetime activity (hours or days).



List of Vendors for Mission Critical Servers


HP( Hewlett Packard)

Founded: 1939, Palo Alto, CA, USA

Website: www.hp.com

Key Principals: Computer Hardwares and Softwares

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IBM

Founded: 1911, Armonk, New York, USA

Website: www.ibm.com

Key Principals: Computer Hardwares, Softwares, Services, Consulting

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Intel

Founded: 1968, California, United States

Website: http://www.intel.com

Key Principals: Semiconductors

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Fujitsu

Founded: 1935, Minato, Tokyo, Japan

Website: www.fujitsu.com

Key Principals: Computer Hardwares, Softwares, Telecommunications

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Supermicro

Founded: 1993, San Jose, CA, U.S.A

Website: http://www.supermicro.com/

Key Principals: Computer Hardware, Computer peripherals

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Cisco Systems

Founded: 1984, San Fransisco, CA, USA

Website: www.cisco.com

Key Principals: Networking Equipments

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