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NeXtScale System – M5



This next-generation dense platform provides a superb building-block approach for hyperscale computing. This simple, yet powerful system can handle applications ranging from technical computing, to grid deployments, to analytics workloads, to large-scale cloud and virtualisation infrastructures.


NeXtScale System — M4



This next-generation dense platform provides a superb building-block approach for hyperscale computing. This simple, yet powerful system can handle applications ranging from technical computing, to grid deployments, to analytics workloads, to large-scale cloud and virtualisation infrastructures.


System x3650 M4 HD

This high-density storage server blends outstanding uptime, performance, storage, and I/O flexibility, delivering rock-solid reliability.

Form factor 2U rack server
Processor family Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2 series
Number of processors Up to 2 processors / 24 cores
Memory capacity Up to 768 GB / 24 DIMMs
Internal storage Up to 41.6 TB* SAS/SATA
* Available in 4Q 2013

Intelligent Cluster


Intelligent Cluster solutions feature leading-edge System x servers, storage, software and third-party components that allow for a wide choice of technology within an integrated, delivered solution. IBM thoroughly tests and optimises each solution for reliability, interoperability and maximum performance, so clients can quickly deploy the system and get to work achieving their business goals.


System x GPFS Storage Server


The General Parallel File System (GPFS) Storage Server (GSS) is a new high-capacity, high-performance storage solution, fulfilled exclusively through the Intelligent Cluster™. GSS is an integrated system that leverages a strong GPFS software market by utilising a building block approach to create highly scalable storage for use in a broad range of application environments such as engineering, research and education.

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