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  • New IBM Data Centric Systems for DOE

    New IBM Data Centric Systems for DOE

    Date added: 2014-11-14

    The U.S. Department of Energy has awarded IBM contracts valued at $325 million to develop and deliver the world’s most advanced “data centric” supercomputing systems at the Lawrence Livermore and Oak Ridge National Laboratories, helping them advance innovation and discovery in science, engineering and national defense. These OpenPOWER-based systems minimize data in motion and energy consumption, providing cost-effective modeling, simulation and Big Data analytics. (from left) Dr. Thom Mason, director, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Dr. John E. Kelly III, Senior Vice President & director of IBM Research; Dr. Bill Goldstein, director of Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. (Rich Riggins/Feature Photo Service for IBM)



  • POWER8 in the Data Center

    POWER8 in the Data Center

    Date added: 2014-06-10

    IBM Power Engineers Andrew Geissler (left) and Adriana Zobylak (right) perform a quality check on a stack of new Power Systems servers, the first to incorporate IBM's POWER8 open processor technology. Available on Tuesday, June 10, the new servers are designed for large, scale-out computing environments. The new line-up features industry-leading server quality and utilization levels, redefining today’s data center economics by helping to reduce floor space, power and cooling costs. (credit: Jack Plunkett/Feature Photo Service for IBM)



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