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Introducing Zaius, Google and Rackspace’s open server running IBM POWER9

Posted by John Zipfel, Technical Program Manager Here at Google Cloud, our goal is to enable our users and customers to be successful with options, high performance and value. We're committed to open innovation, and look forward to working with industry partners on platform and infrastructure designs. In fact, earlier this year, we announced that we would collaborate with Rackspace on the development of a new Open Compute Project (OCP) server based on the IBM POWER9 CPU.
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