After delivering smaller PowerLinux servers for the x86-based tradition of scale out computing, IBM has gone big: Today the company released the new high-end PowerLinux 7R4 server, which scales to 4 sockets, 32 cores, and 1 TB of memory. Is that big? Let's put it this way: This PowerLinux whopper is comparable to the IBM Power 750, which makes it more than capable for a very broad swath of SMBs—and plenty of enterprise analytic workloads. "This announcement is a ...

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