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Explore the future of enterprise Linux systems at Think 2019

Blockchain, Cloud computing, Data centers...

Many organizations rely on Linux-based systems to support critical enterprise applications. Yet as their businesses grow, these organizations are increasingly looking for alternatives to commodity x86 servers. They need better ways to meet enterprise-grade security, reliability and scalability requirements while controlling costs and complexity. IBM LinuxONE enterprise systems offer an answer. From banks to cloud ...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


A sneak peek of the Think 2019 Infrastructure campus

AI, Big data & analytics, Cloud computing...

“It can be hard to keep up with all of the technology shifts and changes these days. IBM Think helps me because it addresses all of them including AI, cloud, analytics, infrastructure, security, and even nascent trends like quantum computing!” – Craig S. Mullins, President & Principal Consultant, Mullins Consulting Inc. Think 2019 is fast ...read more


5 top takeaways from Think 2018

AI, Cloud computing, Linux systems...

The first Think conference is in the rear-view mirror. There, visionary speakers and experts shared their solutions for some of the world’s most daunting challenges, and IBM revealed some of our big bets on infrastructure innovation in the coming years. Now that I’ve had some time to reflect on the conference, I’ve assembled my five ...read more


Demystifying AI for the enterprise at IBM Think

AI, Deep learning, Power servers...

Is AI hype, or does it drive real business benefits? What are the main considerations in building an AI strategy that enterprises need to be aware of? These are some of the questions that I had the privilege of asking a panel of AI experts from IBM, NVIDIA and Gara Guru at the IBM Think ...read more


Thinking differently about Linux servers

Linux on z, LinuxONE solutions, Servers

All the big breakthroughs in computing have happened because their inventors decided to think unconventionally. IBM’s Think conference brought together thousands of innovators to think differently about computing in an era of unprecedented change. Among the questions discussed: How can the world reduce the volume of plastic waste in the oceans? How can computing keep ...read more


Blockchain and IBM LinuxONE: Going to the next level

Blockchain, Linux systems, LinuxONE solutions...

For many, blockchain is synonymous with bitcoin, which is the best known example of usage of a blockchain network. However, its use in business has grown dramatically in recent years, and it is clear that the transformative power of blockchain across industries is only just being discovered. What are the possibilities? Well, here at the ...read more


Astronauts, quantums, and mainframes, oh my! Day 3 recap from IBM Think 2018

Cloud computing, Data security, Encryption...

Yesterday, Wednesday, kicked off Day 3 of the IBM Think conference in Las Vegas, and it was another day jam-packed with exciting and illuminating activities. The morning started at the Modern Infrastructure campus, where veteran astronaut, venture capital adviser and former IBM Product Manager Steven Smith took the stage to share an inspirational account of ...read more


Big bets on infrastructure innovation: Day 2 recap from Think 2018

AI, Big data & analytics, Blockchain...

Tuesday at IBM Think built on the excitement of Day 1, with even more amazing announcements and eye-opening stories from our clients! The day kicked off with Ginni Rometty’s Chairman’s Address, which highlighted how IBM and our clients are putting smart to work. Ginni professed that we’re at a critical inflection point at the intersection ...read more