POWER10 continues IBM’s 30+ year investment in the IBM iOS/AIX platform. Applied have been part of the journey from the start. As have you, many of our colleagues and customers.
We are excited to see the P10 platform bring yet more improvements in performance, security and efficiency to our clients and would be delighted to discuss how you can harness these changes.
Whether running legacy applications on older POWER5/6/7 servers, and in need of advice on how to make the change – or running POWER8/9 and keen to understand what cost efficiencies you may be able to leverage – the Applied team will be glad to arrange a no obligation consultation on your unique path to POWER10.
Power10 chip – built to meet the unique needs of enterprise hybrid cloud computing
The Power10 7nm chip is equipped with future-focused enhancements that are expected to provide up to 3x the energy efficiency and workload capacity of the POWER9 processor.¹
Designed over five years with hundreds of new and pending patents, the Power10 chip is an important evolution in IBM’s roadmap for Power.
Better security for hybrid cloud
Cyberattacks are a constant threat in In today’s world, so your data needs to be secure wherever it resides. Power10 has 4x as many encryption engines per core as POWER9, keeping your data safe in the hybrid cloud.
AI and enterprise infusion
With AI improvements to its CPU cores, Power10 can take previously trained AI models and deduce new information up to 20x faster than POWER9. This brings greater infusion of AI and typical enterprise workloads on the hybrid cloud.
Support for memory-intensive workloads
Power10 offers more memory availability in the cloud with Memory Inception. This significant innovation clusters physical memory across a pool of systems in which multi-petabyte memory clusters can be accessed.
Energy efficiency and capacity gains
IBM’s first 7nm processor. Power10 drives greater efficiency and cost reduction, allowing for higher performance and more work in a smaller footprint.
IBM POWER10. Designed to offer a platform to meet the unique needs of enterprise hybrid cloud computing, the IBM POWER10 processor uses a design focused on energy efficiency and performance in a 7nm form factor with an expected improvement of up to 3x greater processor energy efficiency, workload capacity, and container density than the IBM POWER9 processor.
Designed over five years with hundreds of new and pending patents, the IBM POWER10 processor is an important evolution in IBM’s roadmap for POWER.
To learn more, we would be very interested in a conference call or short meeting to understand your storage objectives.