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* February 23 2022: In the EU/Europe and looking for owner-controlled POWER9 products? Check out out the ''[https://store.vikings.net/openpower Vikings Store based in Germany]
 
* At ''[https://www.hotchips.org/ HotChips] 32'' on August 17 2020, IBM presented POWER10
 
* At ''[https://www.hotchips.org/ HotChips] 32'' on August 17 2020, IBM presented POWER10
 
* Since March (2020-03), the OpenPOWER Foundation hosts weekly informal [https://openpowerfoundation.org/openpower-virtual-coffee-calls/ "virtual coffee" teleconference calls] for users, developers, and those otherwise interested in OpenPOWER. Please be aware of the time-zone (bottom left) if looking at the Google web calendar.
 
* Since March (2020-03), the OpenPOWER Foundation hosts weekly informal [https://openpowerfoundation.org/openpower-virtual-coffee-calls/ "virtual coffee" teleconference calls] for users, developers, and those otherwise interested in OpenPOWER. Please be aware of the time-zone (bottom left) if looking at the Google web calendar.

Latest revision as of 03:53, 14 April 2022

Welcome to the Raptor Computing Systems Wiki!

This community-driven Wiki provides documentation about:

See the list of all pages or use the search function to search for specific topics (since not every wiki page is directly linked here).

Use the Raptor CS community forum for discussions.

Please consult the Wiki User's Guide on how to use and contribute to the Wiki.

News

Raptor + OpenPOWER

  • February 23 2022: In the EU/Europe and looking for owner-controlled POWER9 products? Check out out the Vikings Store based in Germany
  • At HotChips 32 on August 17 2020, IBM presented POWER10
  • Since March (2020-03), the OpenPOWER Foundation hosts weekly informal "virtual coffee" teleconference calls for users, developers, and those otherwise interested in OpenPOWER. Please be aware of the time-zone (bottom left) if looking at the Google web calendar.
  • IBM is stating that Power is not vulnerable to MDS vulnerabilites (Fallout, RIDL, ZombieLoad). 1, 2

Past events where RCS systems were on display are listed at the events page.

This Wiki

Where to buy

Manufacturer: Raptor Computing Systems, LLC., USA

Available products: servers, workstations, mainboards/parts, custom builds, POWER9 VPS & dedicated system leases

Ships to: world-wide

Raptor Computing Systems Homepage

email contact/helpdesk

Integrator: Vikings GmbH, Germany

Available products: servers, workstations, mainboards/parts, custom builds, POWER9 dedicated system leases

Ships to: world-wide

Vikings Store

Vikings Homepage

email contact/helpdesk

External Links

Power/OpenPOWER/PowerPC Community

  • RCS Community Forums hosted by Raptor Computing Systems
  • OpenPOWER-Community-Dev mailing list hosted by the OpenPOWER Foundation - for discussing developer/grass roots OpenPOWER and/or PowerPC matters - hardware and software.
  • OpenPOWER-HDL-Cores mailing list hosted by the OpenPOWER Foundation - for discussing all matters related to HDL/Software implementation of OpenPOWER compliant CPU cores, SoCs, FPGAs etc.
  • OpenPOWER “Virtual Coffee” Calls hosted by OpenPOWER Foundation - weekly informal "virtual coffee" teleconference calls for users, developers, and those otherwise interested in OpenPOWER. Please be aware of the time-zone (bottom left) if looking at the Google web calendar.
  • Talospace community user blog - news and other posts about Power and Raptor or IBM hardware
  • The Cat Fox Life community user blog - news and other posts about OpenPOWER/PowerPC