In this IBM Redpaper the unique design elements of the IBM Power Systems range of Linux only servers will be discussed, and how these are relevant to a number of specific workloads. It looks at the benefits of the L-line servers and IBM OpenPOWER LC servers, and how they are designed to be different, providing unique benefits for Enterprise workloads and use cases.
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The IBM POWER8 processor
Linux on IBM Power Systems
The OpenPOWER Foundation
IBM scale out servers
Systems for Big Data and Analytics
Systems for High Performance and Technical Computing
Systems designed for Compute Intensive and Cloud workloads
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