CIC Commentary: IBM POWER8

CIC Commentary: IBM POWER8
IBM has positioned its POWER processor to be a primary processor for Linux users, in particular those with compute intensive workloads, such as big data, analytics and cloud. The OpenPOWER Foundations announcement of building hardware alternatives means POWER is not a pure IBM play moving forward. But IBM has changed things substantially with the launch of its POWER8 processor.

Download this Creative Intellect Consulting (CIC) Ltd. report to find out what IBM's POWER8 processor means for businesses, where it excels and workloads for which it's not designed, the case for transitioning, and the threat it poses to the x86 dominated processor market.


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