IBM Power™ Systems, built on an open server platform, are designed for a new era of big data, analytics, and cloud, managing social and mobile computing and the explosion of data generated each day — all while offering outstanding performance. In fact, IBM Power Systems took the lead in over 100 key computing performance benchmarks. But don't take our word for it. Read the results below.
Evaluates online transaction processing using simulated order-entry and distribution environment applications.
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All benchmark claims are based on published information as of April 25, 2014.
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