April 2007
UNIX Update;Apr2007, Vol. 18 Issue 4, p1
Trade Publication
The article reports on the launching of IBM POWER5 processor-based mid-range server by International Business Machines (IBM). The server is intended to improve information technology efficiency and decrease energy, space and system costs. The server can handle up to 160 virtual server images at one time per system using the optional Advanced POWER Virtualization (APV) feature. The system provides the ability to operate the AIX 5L operating systems, Red Hat Enterprise or Novell SUSE Enterprise Linux operating systems, or any combination of the three.


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