Protect your investments and get the continued support you need
The IBM Options Continuation Program (OCP) supports System x server investment and optimizes the lifecycles of installed System x servers. IBM works with IT Xchange to extend the availability of System x options, after the last IBM order date, to customers and Business Partners. IT Xchange is chosen because of the proven track record and focus on satisfying the customers.
Public sector, large enterprise and small/medium size business customers can experience greater flexibility in planning and managing standard transitions or redeploying legacy systems into new supporting roles within the organization. There is even an opportunity to upgrade your legacy system, using existing hardware standards — without the worry of additional investment in software or systems certifications. IT Xchange may offer new, used, and refurbished options and provide upgrade opportunities.
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IT Xchange is the OCP partner responsible for providing these worldwide OCP services. IT Xchange provides access to a broad inventory of discontinued IBM options. This inventory covers the last 5 years of IBM's technology offerings. IT Xchange distributes these discontinued options globally from seven international distribution centers. All pricing is market-based, and quantity discounts may be available.
Disclaimer – IT Xchange Options Continuation Program
Product purchased under the Options Continuation Program is not eligible for IBM Business Partner discounts, credits, rebates, or other incentive programs or attainment. Sales must not be reported via the EDI or BP web reporting tool for end user sales purchased under this program based on the IBM Reseller Agreement.
Lenovo acquires IBM x86 systems
These IBM x86 products are now products of Lenovo in the U.S. and other countries. IBM will host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo. During the transition, please interpret references to IBM in relation to transitioned products as Lenovo.