The IBM eServer pSeries 630 Model 6C4 entry server has been withdrawn from the market, effective December 13, 2005. The learn more links provide information on the p630 6C4.
Accept no compromises
Selecting the right server for an on demand environment often requires making compromises. Traditionally, businesses find they have to trade off price for reliability, flexibility and performance.
The IBM eServer™ pSeries™ 630 entry server offers organizations a no compromise solution: a very affordable, small package with enterprise-class reliability, availability and serviceability features designed for on demand business-critical applications and excellent price/performance for scientific and technical computing.
The pSeries 630 is a one- to four-way symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) server featuring POWER4™ technology. It is available in two packages: the Model 6C4 is an industry-standard drawer for rack mounting; the Model 6E4 is a compact deskside unit.
This combination of exceptional flexibility, performance and reliability features helps the pSeries 630 server deliver value in a variety of roles. It can easily consolidate workloads from multiple one- or two-way servers, providing increased manageability and availability in a server-farm environment. It offers a powerful, expandable standalone solution for a remote location, a department of a large enterprise or a small to midsize business. The pSeries 630 can also provide a cost effective solution for companies that need to run demanding high performance computing (HPC) applications as well as critical business solutions.
In particular, the pSeries 630 server is well-suited for handling the e-infrastructure and business processing tasks for distribution, financial services and public sector organizations. The rack-mount Model 6C4 has been optimized for the telecommunications and service provider industries with NEBS Level 3 compliance and optional redundant -48 volt DC power.
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