IBM®, NVIDIA®, Mellanox®, and Red Hat® have worked together to create Summit and Sierra, HPC supercomputers built with IBM POWER9™ processors and IBM Storage. Ranked number 1 and number 3 on the Top500 list, they deliver massive HPC scalability on systems built for AI.
IBM HPC foundations enable the future of data analytics
As high-performance computing (HPC) demands grow, organizations are struggling to manage larger, more complex data sets and analytics workloads. IBM Systems provides sophisticated machine learning and deep learning opportunities needed to advance HPC and AI and to solve the biggest challenges in business, medical, science and engineering industries.
Get blazing speed with the POWER9™ advantage
Built from the ground-up for data intensive workloads, the IBM POWER9 is the only processor with state-of-the-art I/O subsystem technology, including next-generation NVIDIA NVLink, PCIe Gen4, and OpenCAPI.
Ideal for organizations incorporating machine learning and deep learning into their HPC workflows, IBM PowerAI Enterprise software facilitates rapid deployments with outstanding performance and scalability.
Accelerate and simplify AI, data analytics and HPC
Featuring intelligent workload and policy-driven resource management, IBM Spectrum™ Computing optimizes computing clusters across the data center, on premises and in the cloud to yield faster time to results and better outcomes.
IBM delivers industry-leading solutions to optimize your HPC environment
IBM provides a range of hardware, software and storage products that work in conjunction to provide computational power, workload efficiency and ease of management – the capabilities you need to advance into the future of HPC.
Explore the best server for enterprise AI
The IBM Power Systems™ AC922 built with the POWER9 processor offers the fastest way to deploy accelerated databases and deep learning frameworks.
In 2018, 90% of the data generated daily is expected to be unstructured. The data-centric design of IBM Power Systems lets you overcome performance barriers with lower TCO and fewer, more reliable servers.
As increasingly challenging workloads push system demands to the limit, IBM has partnered with other industry leaders to form the OpenPOWER Foundation, dedicated to stewarding the Power CPU architecture into the next generation.