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Build your foundation for advanced data analytics

AI, Big data & analytics, Flash storage...

Massive amounts of data and multiple data sources provide today’s businesses with the opportunity to glean new insights, leading to creative business decisions and the potential for competitive advantage. Moreover, innovative organizations are using machine learning, cognitive applications, artificial intelligence (AI) and other advanced technologies to quickly extract that insight and react with agility to ...read more


The incredible shrinking data center

Power servers, Power Systems

What if you could shrink your data center to a tenth of its size while increasing the performance of your most critical number-crunching business applications? A few weeks ago, Stone Ridge Technology and IBM demonstrated just that when they announced the results of a huge simulation using 30 IBM Power Systems NVLink servers housing 120 ...read more


Power your future at InterConnect 2017

Power servers, Power Systems

Are you ready to advance your skills and move your business forward? IBM InterConnect 2017, March 19–23 in Las Vegas, Nevada, offers a great opportunity to explore ways of deploying high-performance IBM Power Systems to improve IT operations. Many opportunities to experience Power Systems At the conference, you can learn how to deliver new solutions ...read more


Expanding choices for PowerAI developers with TensorFlow

Linux on Power Systems, Power servers, Power Systems

Watson, Siri, the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa have inspired worldwide interest in deep learning and the promise it holds for artificial intelligence (AI) development. But today, deploying this technology can be costly and time-consuming, often requiring an in-house deep learning development group stuffed with PhDs. That’s why IBM created PowerAI, the world’s leading enterprise ...read more


IBM POWER8 CPU and NVIDIA Pascal GPU speed ahead with NVLink

OpenPOWER, Power servers, Power Systems

A little over a year ago IBM, NVIDIA and the Department of Energy announced a collaborative effort to build two new supercomputers by 2018, each over 100 petaflops, for the Oak Ridge and Lawrence Livermore National Labs. This week, IBM and NVIDIA take a big step forward towards building these two supercomputers by overcoming a ...read more