In an effort to help bolster its sagging Power Server Systems architecture, IBM once again bets big on Linux.
Big Blue is looking to make a big move in the cloud data center market with a pair of strategic announcements.
Big Blue is expanding its Flex Server lineup with three new POWER 7+ server designs as well as a new double-density x86 Flex System server.
Big Blue's new 7R4 system brings 4-socket, 32-core architecture to Linux.
New zBC12 mainframe is powered by up to 18 microprocessors.
IBM's System I isn't just a relic of the past and neither is RPG IV. Where are they going from here?
IBM Server Chief talks about Linux and takes aim at Oracle SPARC.
Whose systems are faster: Oracle's SPARC or IBM's Power?
When it comes to Unix servers, IBM's Power Systems are the market leaders. Do they have what it takes to empower your server infrastructure?