Does anyone know about IBM’s Power architecture ?

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How IBM's power architecture would help Linux-based servers? How this technology works? Anyone have any idea regarding this?

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Does anyone know about IBM’s Power architecture ?

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Roger, that's a quite simple question you have asked right there! IBM's power architecture is very important and helps a lot in the Linux based servers by increasing the server's utilization by providing capabilities which enable one server to act like many. This is basically very important for the Linux servers or even any other type of servers. It also gives the ability to move more power to critical applications. 

IBM provides support for Linux in that critical business solutions can be run with confidence running completely independent.

IBM provides support for Linux in that critical business solutions

 

 

Applications can be run on 64-bit systems and take advantage of the larger managed memory of the Operating System, hence making the applications run faster on the systems.

There is higher computational abilities and extensive assistance in form education, migration tools and support to enable low risk implementation.

The IBM's power systems therefore have a lot to support on Linux.

I hope this helps.

Thanks.

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