This processor is the successor to the Power9 processor, and represents the next generation of the company’s family of processors.
IBM claims that the Power10 provides three times more efficiency than the previous processor while at the same time providing higher load capacity.
The company said: The chip (Power10) will be manufactured by Samsung, and it is intended for use by companies within data centers.
(Power10) was designed over a period of five years and is distinguished by being the first commercial processor for the company (IBM) manufactured using the technology of 7 nanometers from Samsung.
IBM and AMD are using external chip factories to compete with Intel, the dominant processor in data center chips and one of the few companies that designs and builds their own.
Intel recently said its next-generation manufacturing technology is facing delays that analysts believe will allow its competitors to capture market share.
IBM, Samsung and other members of IBM’s Research Alliance produced the first test chips in 2015 as part of a $ 3 billion investment in research and development.
Besides saving energy, Power10 provides hardware memory encryption with 40 percent faster encryption thanks to (AES) New and improvements, such as support for symmetric encryption techniques.
The Power10 is also designed to provide enhanced hardware protection and isolation capabilities with its own firmware.
IBM has long focused on high-performance computing systems, with three of the top ten supercomputers in the world using their chips.
The company said: The (Power10) chip is designed to be faster in AI computing tasks than its predecessor, as it performs such work 20 times faster than the previous generation of the chip.
Like previous Power processors, Power10 is open for licensing and modification by more than 250 members of the OpenPower Foundation, including Google and Nvidia.
The latest Power Processors family from IBM, Power9, was announced at the 2016 Hot Chips Conference.
Unlike the Power10, the Power9 is manufactured using 14nm technology and comes in 12 and 24 core versions.
The Summit supercomputer located in the US Department of Energy’s Oak Ridge National Laboratory, one of the fastest supercomputers in the world, relies on Power9 with Nvidia Tesla graphics processing units.