Among its many features, the new POWER7+ microprocessor offers an expanded 2.5x L3 cache memory, greater security with faster file encryption for the IBM AIX operating system, and memory compression that results in no increased energy usage over previous generation POWER7 chips.
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Among its many features, the new POWER7+ microprocessor offers an expanded 2.5x L3 cache memory, greater security with faster file encryption for the IBM AIX operating system, and memory compression that results in no increased energy usage over previous generation POWER7 chips.

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Video: Enterprise Systems - The servers, storage and software at the core of an enterprise IT infrastructure

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Storify: How can business do more with less?
IBM’s new enterprise Power Systems and zEnterprise EC12 mainframe servers are part of the company’s continued focus on Smarter Computing systems aimed at solving the varied and intensifying challenges organizations are facing, from security vulnerabilities to managing ballooning data volumes that are expanding through social and mobile technologies. Pictured here are the Power 780, IBM zEC12 and Power 795.
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IBM’s new enterprise Power Systems and zEnterprise EC12 mainframe servers are part of the company’s continued focus on Smarter Computing systems aimed at solving the varied and intensifying challenges organizations are facing, from security vulnerabilities to managing ballooning data volumes that are expanding through social and mobile technologies. Pictured here are the Power 780, IBM zEC12 and Power 795.

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IBM test engineer Scott Reichmann inspects one of IBM’s new enterprise Power Systems at the company’s Rochester, MN, manufacturing site. The result of more than $1.4 billion in R&D investment by IBM, the systems are part of the company’s continued focus on Smarter Computing systems aimed at solving the varied and intensifying challenges organizations are facing, from security vulnerabilities to managing ballooning data volumes that are expanding through social and mobile technologies.
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IBM test engineer Scott Reichmann inspects one of IBM’s new enterprise Power Systems at the company’s Rochester, MN, manufacturing site. The result of more than $1.4 billion in R&D investment by IBM, the systems are part of the company’s continued focus on Smarter Computing systems aimed at solving the varied and intensifying challenges organizations are facing, from security vulnerabilities to managing ballooning data volumes that are expanding through social and mobile technologies.

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Smarter Computing Blog: No More Business As Usual