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POWER8 Scale-out/Linux servers
IBM Power System S812LC
The IBM Power System S812LC server with IBM POWER8 processor in a dense, 2U rack-optimized form factor. The Power S812LC server is an open technology server for scale out infrastructure optimized for Linux workloads. It is an ideal server for clients running big data, industry applications and LAMP.
IBM Power System S822LC for commercial computing
IBM Power System S822LC is designed to deliver superior performance and throughput for high-value Linux workloads, such as industry applications, big data and LAMP. In addition, the Power S822LC can scale from a single rack to hundreds.
IBM Power System S822LC for high performance computing
The IBM Power System S822LC is built on industry standards and incorporates innovation from the OpenPOWER Foundation, the Power S822LC delivers high application performance and throughput based on its built-for-big-data architecture.
IBM Power System S812L and S822L
IBM Power Systems™ push the physical and virtual boundaries of data center technology with innovation, designed to drive data-centric applications faster and more efficiently, as required for today’s smarter enterprise.
IBM Power System S824L (with NVIDIA technology)
The IBM Power System S824L server is the first Power Systems server designed to accommodate high-wattage adapters such as NVIDIA GPUs. This server delivers a new class of technology that maximizes performance and efficiency for all types of technical compute and high performance analytics workloads as well as Java and big data applications.
In the Spotlight
- IBM Power Systems – Scale-out systems that put data to work
- An ideal platform for scale-out deployments
- IBM Leads Intel in price and performance – Analyst agrees that IBM beats Intel’s most powerful server processor and IBM leads in performance
- Compare the value of POWER8 versus Xeon – New systems raise the performance bar
- POWER8 scale-out advantage – Lower TCA for applications
Contact us today if you have questions about IBM Products and Services. A representative from 3D Industri.es will respond as soon as possible with answers to your questions.
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