IBM Announces New Integrated Facility for Linux on Power

IBM has announced a new PowerLinux offering to make Linux implementations more attractive in the Power space.

This blog is a bit different than my typical entries in that it doesn’t provide the usual hints and tips, but instead shares some exciting news from IBM in the PowerLinux space. On Monday, IBM announced a new offering to help Power customers leverage Linux workloads. The Power Integrated Facility for Linux (Power IFL) helps customers leverage the performance, reliability, and scalability of their enterprise-class servers to reduce the cost of managing the Linux ecosystem. Power IFL ...

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on Feb 12, 2014

This provides great advantages in the management of data transferred and on the other hand, this is common in any communications protocol. In TCP / IP (TCP offload, full kernel Bypass) each of these units of information called "datagram" (datagram), and data sets are sent as separate messages.

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