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Welcoming H2O Driverless AI to the PowerAI ecosystem - IBM IT Infrastructure Blog

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There is the old saying that "it takes a village," and that couldn't be more true when it comes to building the best solutions for companies on the journey to AI. No one company has all the answers and with new technologies emerging daily, it is important to partner with the right trailblazers. IBM Power Systems is committed to bringing together the best and brightest innovators in both hardware and software. For several years, we have collaborated closely with many companies, like NVIDIA and Mellanox, to develop industry-leading accelerated hardware like the AC922. We also work with software leaders like Hortonworks, MongoDB and EnterpriseDB Postgres to optimize their software for Power Systems servers.


EdgeML: Machine Learning on Low-Power Devices

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In this joint webinar, BigML and our partner A1 Digital will explore the EdgeML (Embedded Machine Learning) indisputable attractiveness for current digitalization transformation processes and its importance during current uncertain times. Our experts will be sharing real-world examples of EdgeML applications that are changing business models, bringing innovative companies to the next level. We will dive into how Machine Learning in IoT is used in predictive maintenance to prevent costly machine downtime and provide higher availability of the machines, as well as the application of Machine Learning used in rail transportation to detect impacts or damages in real time.


Big Blue Open Sources Power Chip Instruction Set

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It has been a long time coming, and it might have been better if this had been done a decade ago. But with a big injection of open source spirit from its acquisition of Red Hat, IBM is finally taking the next step and open sourcing the instruction set architecture of its Power family of processors. Big Blue is also moving the OpenPower Foundation, which it formed with Google, Mellanox Technologies, Nvidia, and Tyan to help create an ecosystem around the Power architecture six years ago this month, under the administrative control of the Linux Foundation. The Open Foundation is probably appropriate, and probably already owned by someone else.) In any event, if you have ever wanted to create your own Power processor and was lamenting how expensive it might be to license the technology from IBM, now is your chance.


Big Blue Open Sources Power Chip Instruction Set

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It has been a long time coming, and it might have been better if this had been done a decade ago. But with a big injection of open source spirit from its acquisition of Red Hat, IBM is finally taking the next step and open sourcing the instruction set architecture of its Power family of processors. Big Blue is also moving the OpenPower Foundation, which it formed with Google, Mellanox Technologies, Nvidia, and Tyan to help create an ecosystem around the Power architecture six years ago this month, under the administrative control of the Linux Foundation. The Open Foundation is probably appropriate, and probably already owned by someone else.) In any event, if you have ever wanted to create your own Power processor and was lamenting how expensive it might be to license the technology from IBM, now is your chance.


How IoT Helps Automate a Power Plant

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IoT is shaping up the modern and smarter power plant for the energy industry. FREMONT, CA: Fourth industrial revolution is here. Technology is constantly evolving, bringing with it a large array of numerous and lucrative opportunities to make the business world more proactive and success driven. Most of the industries, such as agriculture, retail, manufacturing, and many more already know the brilliance and the efficacy of the technology of the internet of things (IoT). And now, the goodness of IoT has hit the screens of the energy industry as well.