The contemporary, highly developed applications implemented for business purposes entail the necessity to operate with use of quickly increasing data sets, thus requiring more and more from their hardware background. The IBM Power servers allow to build solid infrastructural back-up facilities for even the most demanding challenges, as proven by recognition and population of the Power7 family solutions as well as exceptionally high efficiency of their successors – Power8.
The last generation of IBM Power Systems is fully ready for challenges of modern IT – building hybrid clouds, use of mobile applications and work with big data sets (big data). Power Servers ensure exceptionally efficient transaction and batch processing in the Linux, IBM and UNIX systems. Their implementation allows for safe introduction of key applications of high complexity level for the purposes of multiple business trades.
The portfolio of servers based on Power System technologies is very broad, allowing to use them for requirements set to servers by companies. These can be grouped in the following manner:
Scale-out servers – application servers with attractive price, easy in installation and energy saving, both consolidation type and autonomous, operating with Linux, UNIX and IBM systems. Designed for organisations looking for smaller or scalable options for their applications.
Linux servers – Power System solutions designed exclusively for various Linux (Ubuntu, SUSE and Red Hat Linux) systems and optimised according to their specifics, combining highest efficiency possible with a high rate of return on investment (ROI).
IBM Flex System computing nodes – they collate computing power, capacity and network resources into a single environment – effective and easy in management. The IBM Flex System components allow to create an ecosystem combining network capabilities, memory and virtualisation technologies which, as a result, provides flexibility necessary for work requiring diversified loads.
Corporate servers – offer high results in ratios keys for business: data availability, security, efficiency and flexibility in operation. The processors and memories can be activated and transferred between systems depending on the load needs of applications. The corporate servers can support Linux, AIX (UNIX) and IBM i systems.
Intensive computing – the Power System solutions for the AIX and Linux systems, dedicated to obtaining highest computing efficiency possible, can meet the expectations regarding analysis of vast amounts of data as well as highest computing loads necessary in such industries as meteorology, computational chemistry or financial services.
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