IBM Unveils E1080 Power 10 Server for Scalable, Frictionless Hybrid Cloud

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A year after it was first announced, IBM introduces the E1080, its first server to employ the Power 10 processor.

IBM claims that the server can give 30 percent better performance per core, 50 percent more total capacity at the socket and system level, and 33 percent less energy consumption than its 980 predecessor thanks to the 7-nanometer Samsung-manufactured chip.

IBM CTO of Power Satya Sharma said, “For implementing AI in business applications, you do not need to make of separate GPU-accelerated systems. The architecture that we have selected in the Power Virtual Server, from the server’s storage I/O point of view, is entirely consistent between the on-prem side and the Power Virtual Server capability.”

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