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Lenovo recently acquired IBM x86 products in the United States and other countries. IBM will continue to host x86-related content on ibm.com until migrated to Lenovo.
The photos in this poster show the x3850 X6 server and describe its modularity. In the poster, you can see the Compute Book, the fans, and how the component parts slide into and out of the chassis.

July 2014 | JPG | 496 KB
This poster has been developed to promote Express Seller System x offerings at IBM locations and events. It features a range of new System x M4 Express servers.

July 2012 | PDF | 873 KB
This poster has been developed to promote Express Seller System x offerings at IBM locations and events. It features the IBM System x3650 M4, x3550 M4 and x3500 M4 Express servers.

March 2012 | PDF | 316 KB
This poster has been developed to promote Express Seller System x offerings at IBM locations and events. It features the IBM System x3100 M4 Express server, with reference to the IBM System x3620 M3 Express and the IBM System Storage DS3500 Express.

October 2011 | PDF | 391 KB
How can you simplify your network without sacrificing flexibility? The answer is eX5, featuring Virtual Fabric Technology. Number 5 in a series of 5 colorful, eye-catching System x posters.

March 2010 | PDF | 2 MB
How can an x86 system adapt to fit your changing needs? The answer is eX5, featuring FlexNode Technology. Number 4 in a series of 5 colorful, eye-catching System x posters.

March 2010 | PDF | 2 MB
How do you get a workload optimized system right out of the box? The answer is eX5, featuring Workload Optimized Systems. Number 2 in a series of 5 colorful, eye-catching System x posters.

March 2010 | PDF | 2 MB
How do you break through the x86 memory barrier? The answer is eX5, featuring MAX5 Technology. Number 1 in a series of 5 colorful, eye-catching System x posters.

March 2010 | PDF | 2 MB

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