The IBM eServer pSeries 615 Model 6E3 entry server has been withdrawn from the market, effective December 13, 2005. The learn more links provide information on the p615 6E3.
At any given time, a market is always open somewhere in the world—and e-business is there. Massive global networks allow companies to conduct transactions 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Customers insist on personalized service and customized products—and businesses must respond instantaneously, delivering information and solutions tailored for individuals.
Science fiction? Not anymore. Based on innovative technologies developed throughout IBM, computing infrastructures that can be quickly adapted to changes in the environment exist today. Competing in the world of e-business on demand™ means an organization must anticipate shifts in the market, then leverage the power and flexibility of its IT architecture to respond to changes as they occur. With the IBM eServer® pSeries® 615 server, small- and medium-sized businesses can harness the power, speed and versatility of a UNIX® or Linux system to support enterprise-class on demand computing with the packaging and value price of an entry-level server.
Well-suited for both application and small database serving, the pSeries 615 combines the performance and sophistication of advanced POWER4™ architecture with a broad range of features designed to help improve reliability, availability and serviceability (RAS).
Its unique combination of mainframe-inspired reliability, exceptional price/performance and remote systems management capabilities makes the pSeries 615 an excellent choice for distributed environments such as remote stores, branches, regional offices or kiosks.