ibm power systems

The world’s smartest supercomputers, built on IBM Systems

High-performance computing, IBM Systems Lab Services, Power Systems...

Every year, computers get smarter and faster as they adapt to emerging technology challenges. Collaborating on these industry-leading computing solutions is an exciting frontier. As we begin a new year, IBM Systems Lab Services is wrapping up our largest contract to date on one such project — a collaborative high-performance computing (HPC) endeavor by the ...read more


Don’t miss a thing during IBM Think 2019

Linux systems, Mainframes, Power Systems...

For the very first time, IBM Think is headed to the Golden City – San Francisco, California. Think is a conference designed to bring attendees together to sharpen skills, grow professional networks, engage with industry experts and have some fun! You’ll find IBM Systems at the Cloud & Infrastructure campus. There, attendees will have an ...read more


Explore the IBM infrastructure portfolio at Think 2019

High-performance computing, Linux systems, LinuxONE solutions...

Whether you’re looking to explore cutting-edge technologies, connect with experts or add technical credentials to your resume, plan on experiencing many exciting offerings at Think 2019. This flagship technology conference—February 12 – 15, 2019, in San Francisco—features a Cloud and Infrastructure Campus hosting over 200 sessions, interactive demos and hands-on labs that span the full ...read more


The Weather Company uses IBM Power Systems hardware to deliver high-precision local weather forecasts

Power servers, Power Systems, Storage

Access to real-time accurate weather forecasts affects how communities plan for and respond to major weather events like tropical storms, how farmers plan for a drought, and how store owners adjust inventory for a historically cold year. We enjoy consistent, fairly accurate weather forecasts in the U.S., but similarly accurate weather forecasts are not available ...read more


Opening the first IBM Q Quantum Computation Center

Power servers, Power Systems

At the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) today in Las Vegas, we announced that IBM is building its first IBM Q Quantum Computation Center in Poughkeepsie, NY. We also announced IBM Q System One, designed to take quantum computing beyond the research lab and into commercial quantum computation centers. The system was created by IBM Research ...read more


See what IBM Power Systems can do for you at Think 2019

AI, Cloud computing, Deep learning...

The latest IBM Power Systems servers based on IBM POWER9 processors have accelerated the evolution of this robust, flexible and reliable platform. Perhaps your organization has used Power Systems servers for years to support mission-critical workloads, or it is making the move to Power Systems to drive new artificial intelligence (AI) or cloud initiatives. Either ...read more


The year of POWER9

AI, High-performance computing, Machine learning...

It’s been just over a year since the launch of the new IBM POWER9 processor and POWER9-based IBM Power Systems servers. As we cap off a successful 2018 for IBM, we’re looking back at what the analysts, experts and media have said about POWER9 and IBM’s newest line of Power Systems servers. The much-anticipated December ...read more


Deploy and manage cloud environments with new software bundles on IBM Power Systems

AI, Cloud computing, Power servers...

While many companies use public cloud to improve agility and cost efficiency, the reality is that not all workloads are suited for public cloud. Some mission-critical workloads that require complete control over data and security are better suited to remain on premises and behind the corporate firewall. Today’s enterprises need the best of both worlds. ...read more


Top IBM Power Systems myths: Migrating to Power from x86 is costly, painful and risky

IBM Systems Lab Services, Power servers, Power Systems...

“Migrating your Oracle databases to IBM Power Systems is dangerous, expensive and very high risk.” That advice came from a well-known consulting company to a client planning to migrate its mission-critical databases from x86 to Power Systems. Such comments are not unusual, and it makes no difference if the migration is to AIX or Linux. ...read more