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Synonyms for power

Synonyms for power

the state or quality of being physically strong

effective means of influencing, compelling, or punishing

the capacity to exert an influence

Synonyms for power

(of a government or government official) holding an office means being in power

one possessing or exercising power or influence or authority

a mathematical notation indicating the number of times a quantity is multiplied by itself

physical strength

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a state powerful enough to influence events throughout the world

supply the force or power for the functioning of

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Software vendors can download or request an evaluation kit, then leverage porting and migration information available from IBM and Novell to port their applications to SUSE LINUX on IBM's POWER5 processor-based servers.
Introduced on Monday, September 13, 2004, the OpenPower 720 is an entry-level IBM POWER5 processor-based server that provides a Linux-based alternative to higher priced entry-level UNIX and Linux systems offered by competitors today.
It extends the success of IBM's POWER5 p5-575, which has been used to power work in areas such as genome research, automotive crash-testing, petroleum exploration, and oceanographic, atmospheric and energy studies.
IBM has also announced the availability of the new IBM eServer p5 575, a sleek, ultra-thin, high-density POWER5 processor-based server system for high-performance computing.
The 100 teraflop ASCI Purple system will be powered by 12,544 POWER5 microprocessors, IBM's next generation microprocessor.
The IBM servers selected by Dow Jones are System p5 570 servers running AIX and featuring IBM's POWER5 processors.
The OpenPower 720 is a new entry-level IBM POWER5 processor-based server that provides a Linux-based alternative to higher priced entry-level UNIX(R) and Linux systems offered by competitors today.