IBM Power8 Processor technology is up to 50 times faster at analyzing data than its closest competitor.
Minneapolis, MN, May 16, 2014 – Evolving Solutions, a leading provider of both on-premise and off-premise datacenter infrastructure solutions, is pleased to announce that they are the first IBM Business Partner to install the brand new IBM Power8 server technology in their on-site technology lab.
IBM has spent $2.4 billion on developing new Power Systems server architecture, uniquely designed for an era of “Big Data”. At the foundation of the new Power Systems servers is the IBM Power8 Processor technology, which is up to 50 times faster at analyzing data than its closest competitor.
“The processing capacity for the new IBM Power8 servers is amazing!” says Tim Klubertanz, Sr. IBM Power Systems Architect, Evolving Solutions. “Whether you have a transaction oriented database workload or an initiative to run analytics on Linux, the Power8 servers will be able to process more data and perform more activities at a time than other comparable solutions.”
Big Data is an ever-recurring theme in the current IT landscape. The new IBM Power8 Servers will be a significant help to companies who are faced with managing the continuous explosion of data generated from social and mobile computing.
“Being the first IBM Business Partner to install Power8 servers in our technology lab provides a significant value to our clients who would like to perform benchmark analysis on their application workloads,” said Jaime Gmach, President, Evolving Solutions. “This puts us in a position to offer our customers a state-of-the-art technology solution and the option of industry-leading AIX or Linux operating systems.”