IBM PureFlex System

Simplify your infrastructure through integration.
Automate and optimize your workloads with integrated expertise and efficient design.

 
  • Lenovo is open and ready for business with System x

    IBM PureFlex System x86 offerings are now products of Lenovo in the U.S. and other countries. IBM will continue to host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo. IBM POWER and hybrid (POWER + x86) systems remain available from IBM.

IBM PureFlex System
Optimized for cloud and IT efficiency

IBM PureFlex System is a complete, flexible cloud infrastructure system with integrated expertise. The system integrates and optimizes all compute, storage and networking resources to deliver infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) out of the box.

The IBM PureFlex System combines advanced IBM hardware and systems management software, integrating them into an optimized configuration that is simple to acquire and deploy so you get fast time-to-value for your solution.

Open choice: Customize your PureFlex System

Open choice gives you the ability to configure your PureFlex System with a wide variety of elements from IBM and IBM Business Partners. Choices in critical areas such as architecture, storage, operating systems, hypervisors and networking allow systems to be optimized and tuned to the enterprise.


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A balanced approach to energy efficiency

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The Total Economic Impact

Understand the potential financial impact of deploying an IBM PureFlex system in your organization.

IBM PureFlex System TCO Analysis

Compare the TCO of IBM PureFlex System to a traditional or virtualized IT infrastructure.

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AGENTIL hosts SAP on IBM PureFlex

A Swiss based MSP hosts SAP on IBM PureSystems because it is certified to run SAP applications and SAP HANA.

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    Customer success stories

    Learn how customers implemented IBM PureFlex System to gain a competitive advantage.

    Contact Lenovo for x86-based systems

    Contact IBM for POWER and/or hybrid (POWER + x86) systems


    Lenovo acquires IBM x86 systems

    These IBM x86 products are now products of Lenovo in the U.S. 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.


     

    Previous announcements

    IBM Flex System X6 Compute Node portfolio

    Drive cost-efficient performance for cloud and big data.
    May 2014

    IBM PureFlex System solutions

    Improve the economics of IT with simplicity, speed and flexibility.
    October 2013

    IBM Flex System: The game changer

    Innovation that transforms business.
    August 2013.

    Innovate with flexible solutions that drive business results

    IBM PureFlex System and IBM Flex System.
    June 2013.

     

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