I didn't really see the I-Series mentioned per se....

This is an old battle IBM fights on a regular basis with the press.

This is a "tiny" market for IBM(super computers) but really big $$$
so they continue to come up with the gee wizzzzz size boxes that are
faster than the speed of light.... Last I read, the RS/6000 still
holds the "title" for fastest of the Unix crowd...but that changes,
on what appears to be a daily basis.

For the blazing fast boxes, you need(but can't) see the boxes that
IBM develops for the good old government(give-mint).

I would bet that the boys at NSA and various other agencies have
some real sporty processors of varying speeds.... and because of
recent events, even more on order.



Jim W wrote:
>
> If this project is a success.... is this a look at the future for the
> iSeries?
>
> http://www.internetnews.com/dev-news/article/0,,10_768291,00.html
>
>


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