IBM Announces New Power10 Servers

Written by Michael Larabel in Hardware on 12 July 2022 at 04:50 AM EDT. 37 Comments
IBM this morning announced more Power10 servers being added to their portfolio, now including mid-range and scale-out platforms based on this latest POWER architecture.

Complementing the IBM Power10 E1080 announced last September, IBM has now grown the Power10 family to include the mid-range Power10 E1050 , the entry-level Power S1014, and the S1022 / S1024 servers. With these new servers, IBM continues offering options of pay-as-you-go and by-the-minute metering for on-premise private clouds as financing options.

More details for those interested in IBM's new Power10 server options can learn more at

Sadly, not all of the POWER10 firmware is open-source and in turn there aren't any Power10 options from the likes of Raptor Computing or any other affordable Power10 options for enthusiasts.
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