IBM eServer OpenPower 720

The IBM eServer OpenPower 720 server has been withdrawn from the market, effective May 31, 2006. The learn more links provide information on the OpenPower 720.


Highlights

Geared for the constantly changing requirements of small and medium-sized businesses, the IBM eServer® OpenPower™ server—the most recent member of the Linux on POWER family—can deliver not only the power and capacity to run core business applications, but also the ability to add new e-business applications on the same server. OpenPower servers are designed to run the Linux operating system (OS) and can help companies reduce complexity, simplify IT infrastructures and reduce IT operating costs. With multiple growth options and upgrades available, companies can start small and expand their OpenPower servers as their needs grow.

OpenPower 720 is a compact 1-, 2- or 4-way server available either as a deskside or rack-mount system. The rack-mounted model uses only 4U in a standard 19-inch rack. More space is required for optional I/O towers or rack drawers added to the system unit or central electronic complex (CEC).

The base-model OpenPower server includes:

Reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS) features include:

The minimum configuration for an OpenPower server is as follows:

Only the most current and more popular features are described in this section of the IBM Web site. For other options, please request a custom quote.

Common features

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