OpenPOWER Ready™ is a mark used by the OpenPOWER Foundation to enable ecosystem product developers to indicate their product has been shown/demonstrated to meet a minimum set of characteristics and should be interoperable with other OpenPOWER Ready products. The mark attests that a specific component satisfies the criteria defined in a specific version of the OpenPOWER Ready Criteria Document.
IBM Power System LC921
Date Added: January 21, 2019Additional Information
Criteria Version: Version 2.0
- OpenPOWER Ready Products
The cognitive era is driving Linux workloads that require superior data throughput and density to meet the challenges of the AI era. IBM Power Systems LC921 is purpose built to meet those requirements with POWER9™ advanced IO architecture, including PCI Express (PCIe) 4.0 to help companies gain new business insights and competitive advantages. With the ability to meet diverse needs, the server is built on open standards and incorporates accelerators.
This 2-socket, 1U POWER9 system was developed from OpenPOWER system reference designs, uses OpenPOWER firmware from git-hub and complies with OpenPOWER specifications.