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With the Power6 you get a lot of advanced features for the money, and this session describes some of them.
Featured in a new server line, Power6 designed to operate at twice the speed but at same energy level as Big Blue's Power5+ chip.
Here comes the Power6, a server chip from IBM that will expand their capabilities, but it's a bit late.
IBM's new chip works in 64-processor servers and contains features to let users cap system power consumption.
At a chip show, IBM to tout 5GHz-topping Power6 and next-gen 6GHz Cell. Intel to detail a 4GHz, 80-core prototype.
Moving IBM's high-end Power chip family into blades will mean an expansion of BladeSystem abilities and market.
Big Blue's server processor can natively handle base-10 arithmetic and supports AltiVec multimedia extensions.
Unlike many colleagues, Power6 chief architect Brad McCredie continues to give clock speed priority in IBM's next-gen server processor.