System x solutions for SAP environments

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For over 40 years, IBM and SAP have worked together to create powerful business solutions, delivering differentiating advantages that can help you align and integrate your processes, communicate with employees, partners, suppliers and customers in new ways, improve efficiency, and fully utilize your IT investment to increase the value of your business. Whether your business supports a high-performance data center or a small office with limited IT skills, IBM offers a large portfolio of x86 servers, storage and software for your diverse SAP workloads.

  • x3650 M5 is a proven performer

    System x3650 M5 delivers a top 2-processor result on two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark on Windows.

  • Preconfigured X6 servers for SAP HANA

    Get faster time to value!

Explore System x solutions for SAP environments

SAP Business Suite:

  • IBM System x Solution for SAP Business Suite on X6 gives you high performance and extraordinary scalability for mission-critical SAP Business Suite environments.


  • IBM System x Solution for SAP HANA on X6 are preconfigured systems designed to help organizations instantly access, model and analyze all of their SAP transactional and analytical data in real time.

  • IBM Systems solution for SAP HANA - SAP Business One Analytics, powered by SAP HANA enables smaller businesses to take advantage of in-memory computing technology with an affordable in-memory analytics platform.

SAP NetWeaver BWA:

  • IBM Systems solution for SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse Accelerator can help accelerate reporting and analysis of your existing SAP NetWeaver Business Warehouse environment with out-of-the-box speed and flexibility.


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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 until migrated to Lenovo. During the transition, please interpret references to IBM in relation to transitioned products as Lenovo.


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