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Computer engineers at North Carolina State University have developed hardware that allows programs to operate more efficiently by significantly boosting the speed at which the â€œcoresâ€ on a computer chip communicate with each other.
ARMONK, N.Y., Sept. 1 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced details of the world's fastest computer chip -- the microprocessor in a new version of the IBM mainframe that begins shipping to customers on Sept. 10.
IBM has announced the launch of a new mainframe to help midsize companies and customers in emerging markets jumpstart new application development efforts, consolidate IT server sprawl, and give qualified organizations a 'pay-as-you-grow' financial platform to build the mainframe as the foundation of their new enterprise data center.
-- New entry-level IBM z10 "Business Class" mainframe has the capacity of up to 232 x86 servers with 83% smaller footprint, up to 93% lower energy costs(1) -- Up to 50 percent more performance at half the price for incremental Linux workloads(2) than its predecessor -- High-end IBM System z10 features now available for midsize clients -- Over 50% more total capacity and nearly four-times(3) the maximum memory of its predecessor IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced a new...
IBM Korea has completed The Industrial Bank of Korea's mainframe migration project to IBM System z10, to help the bank create an advanced IT environment as the foundation for its new enterprise data center. The agreement was signed in June 2008.
The Industrial Bank of Korea (IBK) and IBM Korea (NYSE: IBM) today announced the completion of IBK's mainframe migration project to IBM System z10, which was done to help the bank create an advanced IT environment as the foundation for its new enterprise data center.
Postbank, a German financial services institution, will be installing three new IBM System z10 mainframes. The performance of these systems compared to its predecessors will allow Postbank to further consolidate tasks and applications in their data center onto the mainframe platform.
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