IBM unveils a Linux X86 based killer server that can do almost anything

IBM’s new IBM Linux x86 based servers for heavy computing tasks including AI, deep learning, and data analytics IBM is releasing a powerful lineup of Linux-based servers that can handle pretty much anything. IBM announced the new X86 based servers for heavy computing and said that the new machines can make it easier to run AI, deep learning, and big data analytics. IBM said that its new servers are designed to help propel cognitive workloads and to drive greater data centre efficiency. The new IBM servers feature a new chip as well as incorporate innovations from the “OpenPOWER” community that deliver higher levels of performance and greater computing efficiency than available on any x86-based server. The new servers are a part of IBM’s LC line, and they include the S822LC for…


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