UIIPA – Our 32nd Year!

UIIPA – Our 32nd Year!

Utah IBM i Professionals Association

April 6th, 2010 – IBM Power 7 Technical Overview

This user group meeting was the Power 7 Technical Overview from IBM at the Little America Hotel in the Arizona room from 7:30 am to 11:00 am at 500 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah 84111.

Power Systems TM – The first generation of systems built for a smarter planet. POWER7 systems represent a generational shift that delivers a new definition of performance and value.

The first generation of systems built for a smarter planet.
From the chip and virtualization capabilities, all the way through the operation systems, these new systems are optimized from the ground up with IBM middleware for a step change in performance, energy efficiency and new computing capabilities.

Consider these upgraded features:
Virtualization without limits
Workload optimization
Energy reduction
Resiliency without downtime
Management with automation

A New Definition of Performance: IBM POWER7 Systems
Perhaps that’s why more than 2,000 companies have migrated their workloads to IBM over the last 4 years.

Here are two presentation files from Clark Scholten as a recap on what was presented.
P7 IBM i 7.1 deep dive.pdf
Power Systems POWER7 SLC & LV F1.pdf

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