IBM BladeCenter® blade servers support a wide selection of processor technologies and operating systems to allow clients to run all of their diverse workloads inside a single architecture. Reduce complexity, improve systems management, and increase energy efficiency while driving down total cost of ownership.
|Allows you to do more now in the data center (DC) you own, and is ideal for a wide variety of workloads including virtualization and cloud infrastructure solutions.||Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v2 product family, with up to 12 cores, processing up to 24 simultaneous threads||Up to 512 gigabyte (GB) of double data rate-3 (DDR3) memory (assuming 32 GB dual inline memory modules (DIMMs)), 16 DIMM sockets - VLP Registered error correcting code (ECC) DDR3, memory mirroring and sparing supported||Up to 2.0 terabyte (TB)|
|Provides the versatility you need to manage your data center by offering performance flexibility and energy efficiency.||Intel Xeon processor E5-2400 product family, with up to 8 cores, processing up to 16 simultaneous threads||Up to 192 GB of DDR3 memory||Up to 2 TB|
Accessories & upgrades
* Memory is dedicated to packet processing and is not expandable.
1 Maximum internal hard disk and memory capacities may require the replacement of any standard hard drives and/or memory and the population of all hard disk bays and memory slots with the largest currently supported drives available. When referring to variable speed CD-ROMs, CD-Rs, CD-RWs and DVDs, actual playback speed will vary and is often less than the maximum possible.
2 When referring to storage capacity,GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes and TB = 1,000,000,000,000 bytes. Accessible capacity is less. 2 When referring to storage capacity,GB = 1,000,000,000 bytes and TB = 1,000,000,000,000 bytes. Accessible capacity is less
Lenovo acquires IBM x86 systems
These IBM x86 products are now products of Lenovo in the US and other countries. IBM will host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo. During the transition, please interpret references to IBM in relation to transitioned products as Lenovo.