Linux only based Power Systems running Ubuntu, SUSE, or Red Hat Linux are priced to compete with commodity alternatives, while offering superior performance and ROI for compute- and data-intensive applications. With both PowerVM and PowerKVM virtualization options available, these systems offer the flexibility you need to quickly integrate innovative technology solutions, avoid vendor lock in, and accelerate business results.

IBM Power System S821LC

IBM Power System S821LC

IBM Power Systems S821LC delivers two POWER8 processors into a 1U form factor to meet the compute intensive workloads of today and grow with your needs for tomorrow.

IBM Power System S821LC

Processor

Up to two 8-core 2.32 GHz POWER8 processor cards or
Up to two 10-core 2.09 GHz POWER8 processor cards

System memory (Std/Max)

Up to 512 GB DDR4 memory

Internal storage (Std/Max)

Up to 32 TB HDD storage

IBM Power System S822LC for Big Data

IBM Power System S822LC for Big Data

IBMs scale-out Linux server S822LC for Big Data delivers a storage rich, high data through-put server design built on open standards to meet the big data workloads of today and grow with your needs for tomorrow.

IBM Power System S822LC for Big Data

Processor

Up to two 8-core 3.32 GHz IBM POWER8® processor cards or
Up to two 10-core 2.92 GHz POWER8 processor cards

System memory (Std/Max)

Up to 512 GB DDR4 memory

Internal storage (Std/Max)

Up to 96 TB HDD storage

IBM Power System S812LC

IBM Power System S812LC

The IBM Power System S812LC server with IBM POWER8 processor in a dense, 2U rack-optimized form factor. The Power S812LC server is an open technology server for scale out infrastructure optimized for Linux workloads. It is an ideal server for clients running big data, industry applications and LAMP.

IBM Power System S812LC

Processor cores

One 8-core or 10-core POWER8 processor

Clock rates (Min/Max)

3.32 GHz (8-core) or
2.92 GHz (10-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 1 TB

Internal storage (Min/Max)

Up to 14 large form factor (LFF) (3.5")

IBM Power System S822LC for Commercial Computing

IBM Power System S822LC for Commercial Computing

IBM Power System S822LC is designed to deliver superior performance and throughput for high-value Linux workloads, such as industry applications, big data and LAMP. In addition, the Power S822LC can scale from a single rack to hundreds.

IBM Power System S822LC for Commercial Computing

Processor cores

Two 8-core or
10-core POWER8 processors

Clock rates (Min/Max)

3.32 GHz (8-core) or
2.92 GHz (10-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 1 TB

Internal storage (Min/Max)

Up to 2 SFF (2.5")

IBM Power System S822LC for High Performance Computing

IBM Power System S822LC for High Performance Computing

IBM Power Systems S822LC for High Performance Computing provides unprecedented performance and application gains with the new POWER8 with NVLink—delivering 2.8 times the CPU-GPU bandwidth compared to x86 based systems.

IBM Power System S822LC for High Performance Computing

Processor

Up to 20 cores (2.86-3.26 Ghz)

System memory (Max)

1 TB memory (32 DIMMs)

Internal storage (Max)

2 SFF SATA: HDD (Max 4 TB), SSD (MAX 7.68 TB)



IBM Power System S812L and S822L

IBM Power System S812L and S822L

IBM Power Systems™ push the physical and virtual boundaries of data center technology with innovation, designed to drive data-centric applications faster and more efficiently, as required for today’s smarter enterprise.

IBM Power Systems Linux based one and two socket servers provide the ideal foundation for private and public cloud infrastructure. The new S812L and S822L servers based on POWER8™ processors deliver superior throughput of x86 based offerings for comparable workloads and provide superior economics for scale-out deployments. For customers looking to deploy advanced analytics, Power can now deliver superior response time for sorting and querying unstructured big data sets, and increased number of business reports per hour for typical business analytics over competing solutions built on x86. Designed to empower the ecosystem of open source development, these new systems support an increased Linux OS ecosystem (Red Hat, SUSE and Canonical) and have added support for open source virtualization technology with the announcement of PowerKVM.

IBM Power System S812L and S822L

Processor cores

S812L: one 10 or 12-core
S822L: two 10 or 12-core POWER8 processor
S812L: One 10- or 12-core POWER8 processors
S822L: Two 8-, 10- or 12-core POWER8 processors

Clock rates (Min/Max)

4.15 GHz ( 8-core ),
3.42 GHz (10-core) or
3.02 GHz (12-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

512 GB for S812L, 1 TB for S822L

Internal storage (Min/Max)

Support up to 12 small form factor (SFF) bays for Hard Disk Drive (HDD)/Solid State Drive(SSD) with Standard Backplane
8 SFF bays for HDD/SSD plus 6 1.8-inch bays for SSD with dual controller / write cache (SSD is not available for S812L)

IBM Power System S824L (with NVIDIA technology)

IBM Power System S824L (with NVIDIA technology)

The IBM Power System S824L server is the first Power Systems server designed to accommodate high-wattage adapters such as NVIDIA GPUs. This server delivers a new class of technology that maximizes performance and efficiency for all types of technical compute and high performance analytics workloads as well as Java and big data applications.

IBM Power System S824L (with NVIDIA technology)

Processor cores (with GPU installed)

Two 10-core or
Two 12-core POWER8 processors

Processor (available when no GPU installed and run on PowerVM)

One or two 8-core or
Two 12-core POWER8 processors

Clock rates (Min/Max) (with GPU installed)

3.42 GHz (10-core) or
3.02 GHz (12-core)

Clock rates (when no GPU installed and run on PowerVM)

4.15 GHz (8-core) or
3.52 GHz (12-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 2 TB

Internal storage (Min/Max)

Up to 12 SFF (2.5”)

Internal storage (available when no GPU installed and run on PowerVM)

Up to 18 SFF bays for Hard Disk Drive/Solid State Disk plus 8 1.8-inch bays for SSD if with dual IOA higher function backplane

Power Systems scale-out servers are affordable, easy-to-deploy and energy efficient application servers, consolidation servers, or standalone servers for Linux, UNIX, and IBM i workloads. Available with up to 24 cores, these 1 and 2 socket servers offer better cloud economics and security for businesses that need smaller or scale-out deployment options for data-centric applications.

IBM Power System S822

IBM Power System S822

IBM Power System S822 is designed for mid-sized business solutions. With a strong commitment to optimizing AIX® workloads, these new systems deliver better the performance of our prior generation of systems and additionally offer unmatched price/performance value for integrated Linux applications. IBM Power Systems™ based one and two socket servers provide the ideal foundation for private and public cloud infrastructure. The S822 server based on POWER8™ processors deliver superior throughput of Intel based offerings for comparable workloads and provide superior economics for scale-out deployments. For customers looking to deploy advanced analytics, Power can now deliver superior response time for sorting and querying unstructured big data sets and deliver increased number of business reports per hour for typical business analytics over competing solutions built on x86. For Java™ workloads the new systems deliver unprecedented performance.

IBM Power System S822

Processor cores

One or two 6-core or
One or two 8-core or
One or two 10-core POWER8 processors

Clock rates (Min/Max)

3.89 GHz (6-core) or
4.15 GHz (8-core) or
3.42 GHz (10-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 1 TB

Internal storage (Min/Max)

8 small form factor (SFF) Hard Disk Drive (HDD)/Solid State Disk (SDD) plus 6 1.8-inch bays for SSD if with dual IOA higher function backplane

Performance (rPerf range)***

59.9 / 346.7

*** The benchmarks and values shown herein were derived using particular, well configured, development-level computer systems. Actual system performance may vary and is dependent upon many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration.

IBM Power System S814

IBM Power System S814

IBM Power System S814 is designed for mid-sized business solutions. With a strong commitment to optimizing IBM AIX and IBM i workloads, the S814 delivers better the performance compared to our prior generation of systems and additionally offer unmatched price/performance value for integrated Linux applications. IBM Power Systems based 1-socket and 2-socket servers provide the ideal foundation for private and public cloud infrastructure. For customers deploying advanced analytics, IBM Power can now deliver superior response time for sorting and querying unstructured big data sets and deliver superior number of business reports per hour for typical business analytics compared to competing solutions built on x86. For Java workloads the S814 delivers unprecedented performance.

IBM Power System S814

Processor cores

One 4-core (rack and tower) or
One 6-core (rack and tower) or
One 8-Core (rack only) POWER8 processors

Clock rates (Min/Max)

3.02 GHz (4-core or 6-core)
3.72 GHz (8-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 64 GB (4-core configuration)
Up to 1024 GB (6- or 8-core configuration)

Internal storage (Min/Max)

8 small form factor (SFF) bays for Hard Disk Drive (HDD)/Solid State Disk (SSD) (4- core configuration only)
12 SFF HDD/SSD with standard backplane (6 -or 8-core configuration)
18 SFF HDD/SSD if with dual IOA higher function backplane (6-or 8- core configuration)

Performance (rPerf range)***

33.2 / 143.9



*** The benchmarks and values shown herein were derived using particular, well configured, development-level computer systems. Actual system performance may vary and is dependent upon many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration.

IBM Power System S824

IBM Power System S824

Power S824 server is designed to put data to work. With a strong commitment to optimizing AIX and IBM i workloads, these new systems deliver better the performance of our prior generation of systems and additionally offer unmatched price/performance value for integrated Linux applications. IBM Power Systems based one and two socket servers provide the ideal foundation for private and public cloud infrastructure. The new S824 server based on POWER8 processors deliver superior throughput of Intel based offerings for comparable workloads and provide superior economics for scale-out deployments. For customers looking to deploy advanced analytics, Power can now deliver superior response time for sorting and querying unstructured big data sets and deliver increased number of business reports per hour for typical business analytics over competing solutions built on x86. For Java workloads the new systems deliver unprecedented performance.

IBM Power System S824

Processor cores

One or two 6-core or
One or two 8-core or
Two 12-core POWER8 processors

Clock rates (Min/Max)

3.89 GHz (6-core) or
4.08 GHz (8-core) or
3.52 GHz (12-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 2 TB

Internal storage (Min/Max)

Up to 18 small form factor (SFF) bays for Hard Disk Drive (HDD)/Solid State Disk (SSD) plus 8 1.8-inch bays for SSD if with dual IOA higher function backplane

Performance (rPerf range)***

82.3 / 421.8



*** The benchmarks and values shown herein were derived using particular, well configured, development-level computer systems. Actual system performance may vary and is dependent upon many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration.

Secure, integrated, and designed around open standards and choice, PurePower System converged infrastructure, built on IBM POWER8 technology, is simple to manage, brings flexible deployment and rapid time to value for Linux and AIX workloads.

IBM PurePower System

IBM PurePower System

IBM PurePower System is a complete, flexible cloud infrastructure system with integrated expertise. The system integrates and optimizes all compute, storage and networking resources to deliver application-ready infrastructure out of the box. These fully integrated, optimized solutions can be configured for your specific business need and may be complemented by additional support and deployment services.

Power Enterprise servers are designed for data and offer businesses the ultimate in resiliency, availability, security, and performance. This class of system, capable of running Systems of Engagement alongside Systems of Record in a single system, runs AIX (UNIX), IBM i and Linux, provides up to 192 POWER8 processor cores with up to 16TBs of memory and includes the flexibility to turn processors and memory on and off and shift activations from system to system as application workload dictates.

IBM Power System E850

IBM Power System E850

The Power E850 is an efficient 4-socket system that offers an ideal mix of performance, scalability and reliability in a compact, 4U design, featuring Capacity on Demand innovation.

IBM Power System E850

Sockets

Two to four

Processors

POWER8

Cores

16 to 32
20 to 40
24 to 48

Clock rates (Min/Max)

3.72 GHz (8-core) or
3.35 GHz (10-core) or
3.02 GHz (12-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 4TB

Integrated PCIe adapter slots

4 to 8 PCIe Gen3 x16 (2 per socket) +
3 PCIe Gen3 x8

Internal storage (Min/Max)

8 SFF bays (2.5 in.) for Hard Disk Drive (HDD) / Solid State Disk (SSD)

Max PCIe Gen3 I/O Drawers (12 PCIe Gen3 slots each)

4

Performance (rPerf range)***

304.5 / 746.9

*** The benchmarks and values shown herein were derived using particular, well configured, development-level computer systems. Actual system performance may vary and is dependent upon many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration.

IBM Power System E870

IBM Power System E870

The IBM Power® E870 server is a high-performance, secure enterprise system optimized for the compute-intensive performance demands of large-scale, mission-critical transaction, database and analytics applications. With up to 80 IBM POWER8™ processors, an efficient modular design, built-in IBM PowerVM® virtualization technologies and Capacity on Demand innovation, the Power E870 server can consistently sustain high service levels across hundreds of virtual workloads on a single system.

IBM Power System E870

Sockets

Four or eight

Processors

POWER8

Cores

8 to 64 (8-core)
8 to 80 (10-core)

Clock rates (Min/Max)

4.02 GHz (8-core)
4.19 GHz (10-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 16TB

System control unit

One

Integrated PCIe adapter slots

8 or 16 PCIe Gen3 x16

Max PCIe Gen3 I/O Drawers (12 PCIe Gen3 slots each)

8

Max DASD/SSD I/O Drawers (24 SFF bays each)

64

Performance (rPerf range)***

675 / 1,712



*** The benchmarks and values shown herein were derived using particular, well configured, development-level computer systems. Actual system performance may vary and is dependent upon many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration.

IBM Power System E880

IBM Power System E880

The IBM Power® E880 server is a high-performance, secure enterprise system optimized for the compute-intensive performance demands of large-scale, mission-critical transaction, database and analytics applications. With up to 192 IBM POWER8™ processors, an efficient modular design, built-in IBM PowerVM® virtualization technologies and Capacity on Demand innovation, the Power E880 can consistently sustain high service levels across hundreds of virtual workloads on a single system.

IBM Power System E880

Processors

Four, eight, twelve or sixteen POWER8 processors

Cores

8 to 128 (8-core processors)
8 to 160 (10-core processors)
8 to 192 (12-core processors)

Clock rates (Min/Max)

Either 4.02 GHz, 4.19 GHz or 4.35 Ghz

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 32 TB

System control unit

One

Integrated PCIe adapter slots

8, 16, 24 or 32 PCIe Gen3 x16

Max PCIe Gen3 I/O Drawers (12 PCIe Gen3 slots each)

Up to 16

Performance (rPerf range)***

716 / 3,905.8

*** The benchmarks and values shown herein were derived using particular, well configured, development-level computer systems. Actual system performance may vary and is dependent upon many factors including system hardware configuration and software design and configuration.

IBM Power Systems high performance computing servers are deployed in many of the largest clusters in the world. Configurable into highly scalable Linux clusters, Power Systems offer extreme performance for demanding workloads such as genomics, finance, computational chemistry, oil and gas exploration, and high performance data analytics.

IBM Power System S822LC for High Performance Computing

IBM Power System S822LC for High Performance Computing

IBM Power Systems S822LC for High Performance Computing provides unprecedented performance and application gains with the new POWER8 with NVLink—delivering 2.8 times the CPU-GPU bandwidth compared to x86 based systems.

IBM Power System S822LC for High Performance Computing

Processor

Up to 20 cores (2.86-3.26 Ghz)

System memory (Max)

1 TB memory (32 DIMMs)

Internal storage (Max)

2 SFF SATA: HDD (Max 4 TB), SSD (MAX 7.68 TB)

IBM Elastic Storage Server (ESS)

IBM Elastic Storage Server (ESS)

IBM Elastic Storage™ Server is a modern implementation of software- defined storage, combining IBM Spectrum Scale™ software with IBM POWER8® processor-b ased servers and storage enclosures. IBM Spectrum Scale, formerly known as IBM General Parallel File System (GPFS™), is a parallel file system that is at the heart of IBM Elastic Storage Servers. IBM Spectrum Scale scales system through-put with each new server while still providing a single name space to the clients. This ability eliminates data silos and simplifies storage management. By consolidating storage requirements across your organization onto IBM Elastic Storage Server, you can reduce inefficiency and acquisition costs while simplifying management and improving data protection.

IBM Power System S812L and S822L

IBM Power System S812L and S822L

IBM Power Systems™ push the physical and virtual boundaries of data center technology with innovation, designed to drive data-centric applications faster and more efficiently, as required for today’s smarter enterprise.

IBM Power Systems Linux based one and two socket servers provide the ideal foundation for private and public cloud infrastructure. The new S812L and S822L servers based on POWER8™ processors deliver superior throughput of x86 based offerings for comparable workloads and provide superior economics for scale-out deployments. For customers looking to deploy advanced analytics, Power can now deliver superior response time for sorting and querying unstructured big data sets, and increased number of business reports per hour for typical business analytics over competing solutions built on x86. Designed to empower the ecosystem of open source development, these new systems support an increased Linux OS ecosystem (Red Hat, SUSE and Canonical) and have added support for open source virtualization technology with the announcement of PowerKVM.

IBM Power System S812L and S822L

Processor cores

S812L: one 10 or 12-core
S822L: two 10 or 12-core
POWER8 processor
S812L: One 10- or 12-core POWER8 processors
S822L: Two 8-, 10- or 12-core POWER8 processors

Clock rates (Min/Max)

4.15 GHz (8-core ),
3.42 GHz (10-core) or
3.02 GHz (12-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

512 GB for S812L, 1 TB for S822L

Internal storage (Min/Max)

Support up to 12 small form factor (SFF) bays for Hard Disk Drive (HDD)/Solid State Drive(SSD) with Standard Backplane
8 SFF bays for HDD/SSD plus 6 1.8-inch bays for SSD with dual controller / write cache(SSD is not available for S812L)

IBM Power System S824L (with NVIDIA technology)

IBM Power System S824L (with NVIDIA technology)

The IBM Power System S824L server is the first Power Systems server designed to accommodate high-wattage adapters such as NVIDIA GPUs. This server delivers a new class of technology that maximizes performance and efficiency for all types of technical compute and high performance analytics workloads as well as Java and big data applications.

IBM Power System S824L (with NVIDIA technology)

Processor cores (with GPU installed)

Two 10-core or
Two 12-core POWER8 processors

Processor (available when no GPU installed and run on PowerVM)

One or two 8-core or
Two 12-core
POWER8 processors

Clock rates (Min/Max) (with GPU installed)

3.42 GHz (10-core) or
3.02 GHz (12-core)

Clock rates (when no GPU installed and run on PowerVM)

4.15 GHz (8-core) or
3.52 GHz (12-core)

System memory (Min/Max)

Up to 2 TB

Internal storage (Min/Max)

Up to 12 SFF (2.5”)

Internal storage (available when no GPU installed and run on PowerVM)

Up to 18 SFF bays for Hard Disk Drive/Solid State Disk plus 8 1.8-inch bays for SSD if with dual IOA higher function backplane

IBM PureFlex System™ provides compute, storage and networking resources in one environment that is both efficient and easy to manage. It is designed for POWER7/x86 hybrid environments running in a single rack.

IBM Flex System p260 and p460 Compute Nodes

IBM Flex System p260 and p460 Compute Nodes

IBM Flex System p260

Ideal for optimizing a broad range of general purpose and infrastructure workloads.

IBM Flex System p460

Designed for demanding commercial workloads that need superior scalability and performance.

IBM Flex System p260

Form factor

2-socket standard compute node

Processor family

IBM POWER7+™ 64-bit processors

Number of processors

Up to 2 processors and 16 cores

Memory capacity

Up to 512 GB/16 DIMMs

Internal storage

Up to 1.8 TB


IBM Flex System p260

Form factor

4-socket double-wide compute node

Processor family

IBM POWER7® and POWER7+™ 64-bit processors

Processor family

Up to 4 processors and 32 cores

Memory capacity

Up to 1 TB/32 DIMMs

Internal storage

Up to 1.8 TB

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