We are proud to announce the growth of our POWER8 processor-based portfolio. These new Power Systems are designed to accelerate big data insights and hybrid cloud deployment — so clients are better equipped for cloud, analytics and mobile workloads and to handle complex, mission critical applications with confidence.
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– Doug Balog, General Manager, IBM Power Systems
Designed for big data
Big data needs big memory. Power Systems built with POWER8, the first processor designed for big data, and OpenPOWER Foundation innovations accelerate big data insights so organizations can provide personalized, engaging client experiences.
Speed access to data and consolidate more applications into smaller footprints with up to 2 TB of installed memory. New IBM Power System S824L runs Java applications faster.
Analyze unstructured big data with an integrated solution requiring less infrastructure.
Analyze structured data with in-memory database technology for analytics at the speed of thought.
Big data analytics for Hadoop infrastructure
DB2 on Power Systems: A no- compromise analytics platform
Open innovation platform
With the OpenPOWER Foundation, continuous innovations and capabilities are delivered through an open server ecosystem based on POWER8. An open and collaborative community provides clients best-of-breed services and applications.
Run Java applications faster on a scale-out system with NVIDIA’s GPU, the first solution borne of the OpenPOWER Foundation.
Commitment to Linux community
POWER8 scale-out advantage
Linux on Power
Superior cloud economics
New flexible, cloud-based private, public and hybrid offerings with Power Systems support open standards and technologies while delivering price/performance advantages.
Power Enterprise Pools
Handle the peaks and valleys of workload demands with dynamic resource sharing among POWER8 and POWER7+ systems using Mobile Capacity on Demand and advanced virtualization.
Easy to deploy and use cloud management across heterogeneous systems — now with improved private, public, and hybrid cloud support.
Why your virtualization matters
How real companies maximize the value of their IT platforms
EPC and Power Enterprise Pools