All about Linux on the Power Architecture
Linux and IBM POWER-based processors combine to offer a solid platform for a huge range of applications and services, limited only by the needs of business and the imagination of developers. As one of the most widely ported operating systems in existence, Linux is equally comfortable on the desktop and in the data center, running on everything from game consoles to mainframes. POWER-based processors -- PowerPC, POWER4, and POWER5 -- provide the heartbeat for an equally wide range of devices, delivering reliable, scalable performance.
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