IBM announces Power Systems trade-in program

By Wendy Sanacore
IBM has announced an incentive to motivate customers to replace and old IBM or competitive server technology with newer IBM servers.
Here’s the offer:
If you acquire an eligible new IBM Power Systems server (Replacement Machine) and trade in your old one or more designated IBM and/or non-IBM systems (Replacement Machines), you can receive a trade in credit for each Replaced Machine that you trade in.
There is a maximum total trade-in credit amount per Replacement Machine, and it is dependent on the configuration of the Replacement Machine.
To qualify for the offer, IBM records much show IBM Replaced Machine(s) (if applicable) as installed in a customer location within your Enterprise on or after March 1, 2011.
This program is available only in the United States and its territories.
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