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The Advantages of Linux on POWER Systems - Part 1

Webinar Published By: Mainline Information Systems
Mainline Information Systems
Published:  Oct 27, 2009
Type:  Webinar
Length:  1 pages

Linux on POWER is an umbrella term used to refer to the seven IBM system product lines--IBM System p5 Express, eServer p5, i5, pSeries, iSeries, OpenPower, and BladeCenter JS20 - that are based on IBM Power ArchitectureT technology and run the same Linux distributions from Red Hat and Novell SUSE. A common server architecture offers inarguable advantages for all types of businesses. This educational webcast is part one is a two part series providing an overview of Linux on Power. Part one will include: . The Linux marketplace . What is Linux?



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linux, mainline information systems, power system, server architecture, bladecenter, server hardware, servers