IBM looks to drive greater data center efficiency

IBM has just released a series of new servers specifically designed to help cognitive workloads drive greater data center efficiency. The Linux-based lineup features a new chip and incorporates innovations from the OpenPOWER community that deliver much higher levels of performance. There are three new systems that have been collaboratively developed with some of the world’s leading technology companies, promoting deep learning, high performance data analytics and saving cost on data centers. An expansion of IBM’s Linux server portfolio, the new additions are comprised of IBM’s specialized line of servers co-developed with fellow members of the OpenPOWER Foundation. Doug Balog, general manager of POWER, for IBM Systems, says the user insights and the business value you can deliver with advanced analytics and machine learning is increasingly gated by performance. “Accelerated…


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