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  • IBM Launches LinuxONE Developer Cloud for Programmers

    IBM Launches LinuxONE Developer Cloud for Programmers


    Date added: 2015-10-09


    Marist College School of Computer Science & Mathematics students (from left) Paula Batoon, Dominic Rosillo and Charles Hall inspect the school's IBM LinuxONE system. Marist is one of three universities around the world that will host the IBM LinuxONE Developer Cloud, which provides developers access to a virtual IBM LinuxONE at no cost to create and test applications. IBM also is working with academic and corporate partners to host a Master the Mainframe programming contest in 47 countries this year to reach next-generation developers. (Jon Simon/Feature Photo Service for IBM)

     

     



  • LinuxONE Emperor, the world’s most advanced Linux system

    LinuxONE Emperor, the world’s most advanced Linux system


    Date added: 2015-08-17


    Emperor can scale up to 8,000 virtual machines or thousands of containers – the most of any single Linux system. Offering the fastest processor in the industry, the Emperor system is optimized for the new application economy and hybrid cloud era. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • New OpenPOWER Developer Resources in France

    New OpenPOWER Developer Resources in France


    Date added: 2015-07-02


    Europe’s second POWER Acceleration and Design Center is located at the IBM Client Center in Montpellier, France where developers can get hands-on, technical assistance for creating OpenPOWER-based high performance computing apps. (Credit: IBM)

     

     



  • New IBM Power Systems Linux Center

    New IBM Power Systems Linux Center Part of $1 Billion Investment to Fuel Linux on Power Systems


    Date added: 2013-09-17


    A new IBM Power Systems Linux Center for developers, clients and partners opened in Montpellier, France today. Joining similar centers in Asia and North America, the Montpellier center is an immediate result of a larger initiative by IBM to commit $1 billion towards Linux ecosystem growth on IBM's Power Systems line of servers. (Credit: IBM)

     

     




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