Posted: Thursday, November 29, 2018

Linux on Power - The Smarter Option for Modern Workloads

Linux on Power - The Smarter Option for Modern Workloads

IBM has had a long-standing relationship with Linux and has been a big supporter of the operating system for a long time. In 2001, they invested $1 billion in support of the Linux community. IBM is also a large contributor of code updates to the Linux kernel and other open source projects. Because of this support, Linux has been able to run on all IBM systems from an entry level Intel based server all the way up to the zSeries mainframe.

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Posted: Wednesday, April 20, 2016

OpenPOWER - A Game Changer on the Server Industry Competitive Landscape

OpenPOWER - A Game Changer on the Server Industry Competitive Landscape

Two years ago, IBM launched the OpenPOWER Foundation with 4 partners: Google, NVIDIA, Mellanox Technologies and Tyan. Today, there are 149 members across 22 countries with thousands of developers working on bringing new OpenPOWER-based innovations to market.

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Posted: Sunday, April 10, 2016

What to Know When Migrating Linux to Power

What to Know When Migrating Linux to Power

An emerging trend has seen customers increasingly looking at Linux to gain more flexibility and reduce cost. In addition, with the latest IBM POWER8 processor, Power Systems servers now integrate into any infrastructure running Linux with minimal interruptions.

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Posted: Monday, June 15, 2015

Get the most Business Value out of Commercial Open Source

Get the most Business Value out of Commercial Open Source


Are you looking for ways to gain speed, agility and a competitive edge? In a world where competition is rapidly growing and margins are getting slimmer, organisations need to use their data to gain insights and keep their competitive edge. The explosion in today’s application market is almost exclusively around applications that deliver information from masses of data to countless numbers of end users devices. Therefore, in order to deal effectively with this deluge of data, organisations need extra performance from their systems.

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