• IBM (NYSE: IBM) has found some super power in a new, high-performance PowerLinux server to cater to its clients working in Big Data, Cloud Computing and Analytics. The company has also developed new software and middleware apps to meet the growing computing needs in the open cloud environments. The new PowerLinux 7R4 server, built on the top of Power Systems platform running IBM's Watson Cognitive Computing solution will provide for the data-intensive workloads deployed in Linux environments.


    The PowerLinux 7R4 is a high-end addition to the IBM's Power Systems server the industry standard Red Hat & SUSE Linux flavours. The 7R4 delivers top notch performance with 4 sockets and 32 cores and IBM says that it's ideal for handing workloads that require analytics, cognitive computing, large databases.

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