Blogs

By Ganesan Narayanasamy, Leader, OpenPOWER Academic Discussion Group Academia has always been a leader in pushing the boundaries of science and technology, with some of the most brilliant minds in the world focused on how they can improve the tools at their disposal to solve some of the world’s most pressing challenges. That’s why, as the Leader of the OpenPOWER Academic Discussion Group, I believe working with academics in university and research centers to develop and adopt OpenPOWER technology is key to growing the ecosystem. The Academia Group is enabling several academicians to do research and development activities using Power CPUs and systems and this creates very strong ecosystem growth for OpenPOWER-based systems.

By Timothy Pearson, Raptor Engineering Ever wish you could use something other than an insecure x86 or low-powered ARM machine to communicate with the OpenPOWER server sitting in your data center? Wish no longer! Meet the Talos™ workstation-class ATX mainboard, built on OpenPOWER and bringing the security...

By Alejandra Gando, Director of Communications, Yachay EP The pursuit of supercomputing represents a major step forward for Ecuador and Yachay EP, with IBM and OpenPOWER, is leading the way. Yachay, a planned city for technological innovation and knowledge intensive businesses combining the best ideas, human talent and state-of-the-art infrastructure,...

By Mateo Valero and Enric Banda, Barcelona Supercomputing Center The last decade has seen a worldwide increasing interest in Precision Medicine (PM). As a result, a number of computing platforms have been set up in different centres and countries following different strategies and road maps. A common challenge...