字幕列表 影片播放 列印英文字幕 Beginning as an IBM research project in the 1970s, IBM Power CPUs have been helping organizations of all sizes innovate for decades. "Reduced instruction set computing—or RISC— pioneered by IBM. Improved now with a second generation of RISC. The POWER architecture. Performance Optimization With Enhanced RISC." "We believed we were making a more advanced RISC machine, and we did whatever we thought was necessary to get the best possible cost performance." "Gary Kasparov has resigned the position, in a stunning, stunning development." "Watson." "What is executor." "Right." "Same category, sixteen-hundred." "Answer—Daily Double!" IBM POWER-based CPUs can be found in the smartest AI supercomputers in the world, game consoles and throughout the solar system in satellites and in planetary rovers on Mars. But POWER has been especially pivotal for enterprises. Many of the world's largest banks, retailers and healthcare systems literally rely on IBM POWER to power their business. Now, POWER brings its legacy of innovation to the hybrid cloud with the launch of IBM POWER10. Designed over five years with hundreds of new and pending patents, IBM POWER10 is built to meet the needs of enterprise cloud computing environments that demand security, reliability and performance. But what makes IBM POWER10 unique from its predecessors? First, energy efficiency. IBM POWER10 is IBM's first seven nanometer processor, and it delivers three times greater energy efficiency and capacity— allowing for greater performance and more work. Second, scalability. IBM has made memory more available in the cloud with a significant breakthrough in IBM POWER10 called Memory Inception. This all sounds very sci-fi, but essentially, this clusters physical memory across a pool of systems, where any of the systems in the pool can access the entire pooled memory— up to multi-petabyte memory clusters. This allows for businesses to reduce their costs on the cloud for memory-intensive workloads. Third, AI. With AI improvements to its CPU cores, IBM POWER10 delivers up to 20 times better performance for AI inference workloads than IBM POWER9, meaning it can take previously trained AI models and deduce new information up to 20 times faster than IBM POWER9. This brings greater infusion of AI workloads into typical enterprise workloads on the hybrid cloud. And last but not least, Security. In today's world of cyber threats, your data needs to be secure, wherever it resides. IBM POWER10 has four times as many encryption engines per core as IBM POWER9, keeping your data safe in the hybrid cloud. Over decades, IBM POWER has been elemental and vital to shifting technology trends. And as the world has changed and moved to the cloud, POWER10 underscores IBM's belief in the fourth platform of IT—hybrid cloud. With co-optimized hardware and software, IBM POWER10-based servers will deliver the future of the hybrid cloud.