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  • Under the hood of IBM's new OpenPOWER server with NVLink

    Under the hood of IBM's new OpenPOWER server with NVLink


    Date added: 2016-09-08


    The new IBM Power Systems S822LC for High Performance Computing couples two high-performance silver-colored new IBM POWER8 with NVIDIA NVLink processors with four copper-colored NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU accelerators connected using the NVIDIA NVLink high-speed interface. This tight coupling of IBM and NVIDIA technology enables data to flow 5x faster than on an x86-based system. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • IBM Scientists Achieve Storage Memory Breakthrough

    IBM Scientists Achieve Storage Memory Breakthrough


    Date added: 2016-05-17


    For the first time, scientists at IBM Research have demonstrated reliably storing 3 bits of data per cell using a relatively new memory technology known as phase-change memory (PCM). In this photo, the experimental multi-bit PCM chip used by IBM scientists is connected to a standard integrated circuit board. The chip consists of a 2 × 2 Mcell array with a 4- bank interleaved architecture. The memory array size is 2 × 1000 μm × 800 μm. The PCM cells are based on doped-chalcogenide alloy and were integrated into the prototype chip serving as a characterization vehicle in 90 nm CMOS baseline technology. (Credit: IBM Research)

     

     



  • IBM Scientists Achieve Storage Memory Breakthrough

    IBM Scientists Achieve Storage Memory Breakthrough


    Date added: 2016-05-17


    For the first time, scientists at IBM Research have demonstrated reliably storing 3 bits of data per cell using a relatively new memory technology known as phase-change memory (PCM). This research breakthrough provides fast and easy storage to capture the exponential growth of data from mobile devices and the Internet of Things. In this photo, IBM scientist , Nikolaos Papandreou holds the PCM chip under a magnifying lens in his lab. (Credit: IBM Research)

     

     


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