Enterprise Power Systems
IBM Enterprise Power Systems deliver fit-for-purpose technology that optimises workloads, data and cloud to support your most critical business requirements and help you engage your customers – all while providing data security, efficient management, incredible availability and unmatched scalability.
Power servers are designed with an efficient and resilient architecture that effectively uses data from mobile, social and cloud to help you move your customer to the centre of your business. By transforming your infrastructure to create efficiencies, you will benefit from an improved supply chain and stronger forecasting capabilities – as well as free up capital and staff to foster innovation and drive new business value.
IBM Power E880: New POWER8-based enterprise system that supports bigger data demands and the most complex, mission critical applications.
IBM Power E870: Scalable, enterprise server for critical applications, with open innovation for private clouds.
IBM Power 795: Up to 256 POWER7 processor cores and 16 terabytes (TBs) of memory enables capability to consolidate up to 1,000 VMs.
IBM Power 780: Modular high-end system with up to 128 POWER7+ cores and 4 TB of memory in four nodes delivers leadership, flexibility, scalability and resiliency versus all other competitive servers.
IBM Power 770: Innovative modular server that provides non-disruptive growth from 4 to 64 POWER7+ processor cores, all with enterprise class RAS.
IBM Power 760: For virtualised consolidation of medium sized business workloads and demanding environments where uptime is critical, features 1 to 4 processor sockets and 12 to 48 POWER7+ processor cores, with processor Capacity Upgrade on Demand and up to 2 TB of memory.
IBM Power 750: For server consolidation and virtualisation projects, features 1 to 4 processor sockets and 8 to 32 POWER7+ processor cores.
Power Systems S class servers (scale-out, 1- and 2-socket)
IBM Power Systems S class servers are affordable, easy-to-deploy, energy efficient and they are backed by a trusted network of IBM BPs and industry solution providers. These servers offer an ideal choice for enterprises that need scale-out deployment options for business critical applications, especially for those looking for a more efficient and lower cost scale-out environment than x86 commodity servers can deliver.
IBM Power S824: For analytics applications and small to mid-size database that can run on the same server platform with 1 or 2 processor sockets with up to 24 POWER8 processor cores and up to 2 TB of memory.
IBM Power S822: Designed for consolidation of multiple applications and infrastructure workloads in a virtualised environment with 1 or 2 processor sockets with up to 20 POWER8 processor cores and up to 1 TB of memory.
IBM Power S814: Designed for highly secure and scalable architecture providing a stable database and middleware platform for efficient deployment of business processing and mission critical applications with 1 processor socket and up to 8 POWER8 processor cores with up to 512 gigabytes (GBs) of memory.
IBM Power S812L: Affordable and optimised for Linux environments, a 2U rack form factor, 1-socket, high-performance, energy-efficient server with 12 POWER8 cores and up to 512 GB memory is ideal for running multiple application and infrastructure workloads in a virtualised environment.
IBM Power S822L: Affordable and optimised for Linux environments, a 2-socket (up to 24 POWER8 processor cores), server lowering the entry cost of big data analytics, open infrastructure solutions and traditional scale-out Linux workloads.
IBM Power S824L: Leverage OpenPOWER technology, designed specifically to support the unique requirements of dual NVIDIA graphics processing unit (GPU) accelerators, this 2-socket (up to 24 POWER8 processor cores), server offers the potential for dramatic accelerations of targeted technical computing, big data and Java™ workloads.
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