March 26, 2018 Timothy Prickett Morgan
The gap between what most IBM i customers need from Power Systems hardware – particularly when it comes to compute capacity – and what Big Blue can deliver has been widening since about the Power7 generation back in 2010. But, thanks in large measure to the slow down in Moore’s Law advances in chip manufacturing processes, the gap is going to start closing. Not so much because IBM wants it to, but rather because of the limits of physics.
And, given that the IBM i platform is a database platform that mainly does transaction processing and analytics, IBM’s shift away …Read more