For commercial computing - provides flexible deployment options for hybrid cloud, big data, and business-critical applications

IBM Power System S822LC is designed to deliver superior performance and throughput for high-value Linux workloads, such as industry applications, big data and LAMP. With greater reliability, serviceability and availability than competitive platforms, the Power System S822LC incorporates OpenPOWER Foundation community innovation for clients that want the advantages of running their big data, Java, open source and industry applications on a platform.


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IBM Power S822LC is a system designed to simplify and optimize your datacenter, base don open standards and incorporating OpenPOWER ecosystem innovation. IBM Power S822LC can accelerate your analysis of big data and deliver waitless computing for commercial applications. With optional NVIDIA Telsa GUPs, it is also uniquely suited to HPC and accelerated computing deployments.

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