IBM Power Entry Systems are affordable, easy-to-deploy and energy efficient and they are backed by a trusted network of IBM BPs and industry solution providers.
IBM Power 750: For server consolidation and virtualisation projects, features one to four processor sockets and eight to 32 POWER7+ processor cores.
IBM Power 740 Express: For small to midsize databases or as a consolidation platform with one or two processor sockets with six to 16 processor POWER7+ cores.
IBM Power 730 Express: Designed for rack to rack consolidations in dense IT environments with two processor sockets and eight to 16 POWER7+ processor cores.
IBM Power 720 Express: Designed for distributed application servers or integrated business solutions with one processor socket and four to eight POWER7+ processor cores.
IBM Power 710 Express: Affordable infrastructure and application servers with one processor socket and a choice of four to eight POWER7+ processor cores.
IBM PowerLinux Servers
IBM PowerLinux 7R2: Affordable and optimised for Linux environments, a 2U rack form factor, two-socket, high performance (HP), energy-efficient server with 16 POWER7+ cores is ideal for running multiple application and infrastructure workloads in a virtualised environment.
IBM PowerLinux 7R1: Affordable and optimised for Linux environments, a one-socket, eight POWER7+ processor core server lowering the entry cost of big data analytics, open infrastructure solutions and traditional scale-out Linux workloads.
Compute Nodes and Blades
IBM Flex System p260 and p460 Compute Nodes: optimised for virtualisation, performance and energy efficiency. These nodes offer 16 to 32 processor cores and are designed to run a wide variety of workloads in the IBM Flex System solution.
IBM BladeCenter PS700, PS701, PS702, PS703 Express: Cost and energy efficient blades for application workload virtualisation with four to 16 processor cores.