Introducing IBM NeXtScale System
Plus the new IBM System x3250 M5 server. Flexibility, simplicity and scale.
Introducing IBM NeXtScale System and an enhanced portfolio of System x servers
Every business has unique IT requirements. Whether it’s supporting analytics, data management, or infrastructure workloads, in cloud or traditional environments, your IT department is expected to provide maximum uptime and flexibility. You need an infrastructure that provides performance and resiliency to meet today’s demands, as well as scale for tomorrow’s business environment.
With the announcement of the all new IBM NeXtScale System™, the IBM System x3250 M5, IBM System x3650 M4 HD server and the performance-enhanced two-socket servers, IBM offers its most powerful portfolio of x86 systems. These systems are designed to provide optimal performance for today’s varied workloads. With pretested solutions, as well as a broad array of business partners to provide customized expertise, IBM System x® has a winning solution for every organization.
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The new IBM NeXtScale System™ is designed for flexibility, simplicity and scalability to lower operating costs for compute and data-intensive workloads such as technical computing, big data, and cloud. The system simplifies adoption through an open design that seamlessly fits into your current infrastructure. The NeXtScale System delivers the density, agility, and scale you need for today’s most demanding workloads.in a flexible cost optimized platform.
IBM System x® rack and tower servers are optimized for a range of workloads and solutions, including cloud computing, virtualization, business analytics, big data, database management and high performance computing. New servers equipped with the latest Intel® Xeon® E3-1200 v3 product family feature enhanced performance for cost effective deployment of new workloads.
New and enhanced two socket servers equipped with the latest Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v2 series processors deliver the following benefits when compared to their previous generation: