IBM System x3650 M4 HD

Form factor/height 2U Rack
Processor (max) Up to two 12-core Intel Xeon E5-2600 v2 series processors
Cache (max) Up to 30 MB per processor
Media bays NA
Disk bays Up to twenty-four in front plus two in rear 2.5-inch HDDs/SSDs or sixteen 2.5-inch HDDs/SSDs + sixteen 1.8-inch SSDs
RAID support Embedded 12 Gbps hardware RAID-0, -1, -10 and up to 4 GB* Flash backed cache with RAID-5, -50 and -6, -60 (FoD). Support for Multiple RAID adapter configurations and booting from 2 rear HDDs/SSDs
Power supply (std/max) 1/2 redundant 550 W AC, 750 W AC, 900 W AC, or 750 W DC (model dependent)
Hot-swap components Power supplies, fan modules and hard disk drives
Network interface controller (NIC) Trusted platform module (TPM) 4 × 1 GbE (std.), 2 × 10 GbE Embedded Adapter (slotless opt.)/TPM
PCIe 3.0 Expansion slots (x16/x8) Up to six PCIe 3.0 ports, optional 4 PCI-X
USB ports 2 front (via dongle cable)/4 back/2 internal
VGA ports 1 front (via dongle cable)/1 back
Maximum internal storage Up to 41.6 TB
Energy-efficiency compliance Compliant with 80 PLUS® Platinum and ENERGY STAR® (model dependent)
Systems management IBM IMM2 with optional FoD remote presence, Predictive Failure Analysis, Diagnostic LEDs, light path diagnostics, Automatic Server Restart, IBM Systems Director and Active Energy Manager™
Operating systems supported Microsoft Windows Server, Red Hat Enterprise Linux, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, VMware vSphere
Limited warranty 3-year customer replaceable unit and onsite limited warranty, next business day 9x5, service upgrades available

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IBM System x3650 M4 HD

IBM System x3650 M4 HD

Ultimate high-density storage server designed for data-intensive and business-critical workloads.

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