The new solutions build upon BMC's continued commitment to provide organizations that depend on mainframes with innovative software solutions by providing improved MTTR, reducing resource consumption and costs, and delivering improved reporting capabilities. Today's announcement complements BMC's recent announcement to provide solutions that support the ultra-secure IBM z14 mainframe.
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New Power Systems deliver nearly 4x deep-learning framework performance over x86(1) POWER9 processor designed for AI workloads Google, Department of Energy's "Summit' and "Sierra" tap POWER9
IBM today unveiled its next-generation Power Systems Servers incorporating its newly designed POWER9 processor. Built specifically for compute-intensive AI workloads, the new POWER9 systems are capable of improving the training times of deep learning frameworks by nearly 4x allowing enterprises to build more accurate AI applications, faster.
For enterprises and their IT department retiring their Domino servers for a migration to the Microsoft Cloud means a significant undertaking including increased costs and labor. Binary Tree's Domino on Azure migrates the Domino server to Azure, eliminating the need for in-house, on-premises IBM servers and server maintenance. In addition, Binary Tree offers to manage this process on either their tenant or the client's tenant.
This is the eighth such report that is released on a roughly annual basis to help illustrate the Linux kernel development process and the work that defines the largest collaborative project in the history of computing.
The benchmarks harness the joint computing power of IBM's POWER CPUs and NVIDIA Tesla P100 graphics processors, showing how customers can now query and analyze billion-row datasets in real-time. The POWER processor is a state of the art CPU that comes with NVLink technology and works together seamlessly with the NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPU. NVLink accelerates CPU-to-GPU analytic pipelines up to 2.5 times compared to systems without NVLink, and that gives businesses far faster insight.
The virtual tape appliance offers fast, easy, alternative to LTO tape for IBM i, AIX, Windows and Linux.
IBM (NYSE: IBM) today unveiled the IBM LinuxONE Emperor II, the next generation of its family of Linux-only enterprise systems, which delivers new capabilities aimed at helping organizations achieve very high levels of security and data privacy assurance while rapidly addressing unpredictable data and transaction growth.