Blogs

By Sam Ponedal, Social Strategistbarreleye fish Last year at Open Compute Summit,OpenPOWER member Rackspace stole the show when they announced their plans to develop Barreleye, their new mega-server built with open standards across the board. In the year since, OpenPOWER members have jumped on the Barreleye bandwagon, and it’s easy to see why when Barreleye was described by Rackspace’s Aaron Sullivan as having “the capacity for phenomenal virtual machine, container, and bare metal compute services.”

By Calista Redmond, President, OpenPOWER Foundation OpenPOWER Summit is coming up April 5-8 in San Jose and we want you there! In fact, we're making it easier than ever for you to attend by offering 20% off your registration fee by using our discount code. Just...

By Michael Gschwind, Chief Architect & Senior Manager, Power System Architecture, IBM  I am excited to announce the availability of the next generation of the Power Architecture, ushering in a new era for systems. The new Power Instruction Set Architecture 3.0 (Power ISA 3.0) marks the first...

By Ganesan Narayanasamy (OpenPOWER Academic Discussion Group Leader) Before SC15 would kick off on November 15th, about 40 of the 170+ members of the OpenPOWER Foundation were already gathered in Austin to discuss OpenPOWER technologies for High Performance Computing (HPC) and High Performance Data Analytics applications....

By John Zannos and Calista Redmond Dear Fellow Innovators, As the newly elected Chair and President of the OpenPOWER Foundation, we would like to take this opportunity to share our vision as we embark on a busy 2016.  Additionally, we want to make sure our fellow members...