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PowerVM provides industrial-strength virtualization technologies for AIX, IBM i, and Linux on IBM Power Systems by virtualizing processor, memory, storage and I/O resources for client partitions enabling increased asset utilization, enhanced ...

April 2016 | PDF | 242 KB
This data sheet provides product highlights, features, benefits and specifications for AIX 7.1, IBM’s industrial-strength UNIX operating system (OS), for mission-critical applications.

April 2016 | PDF | 225 KB
IBM PowerVM for IBM PowerLInux provides virtualization technologies for Linux running on IBM PowerLinux servers by virtualizing processor, memory, storage and I/O resources for client partitions enabling increased asset utilization, enhanced ...

April 2016 | PDF | 153 KB
Deployed by thousands of clients around the world, PowerHA SystemMirror for IBM i is the IBM Power Systems' premier offering for high availability and disaster recovery.

April 2016 | PDF | 361 KB
POWER8 systems in SoftLayer are purpose-built and optimized for data and cognitive workloads in the cloud.

March 2016 | PDF | 153 KB
The IBM Power System E880 is a high-performance, scalable system with POWER8 innovation for AIX, IBM i, and Linux applications. With built-in IBM PowerVM virtualization and Capacity on Demand flexibility, Power E880 server is an ideal foundation of a ...

March 2016 | PDF | 258 KB
The IBM Power E870 server is a high-performance, scalable system with POWER8 innovation for AIX, IBM i, and Linux applications. With built-in PowerVM virtualization and Capacity on Demand flexibility, the Power E870 server is an ideal foundation of an ...

March 2016 | PDF | 200 KB
The Power System S812LC server is a Linux-only one-socket server supporting 8 or 10 POWER8 cores in a dense, 2U rack-optimized form factor.

November 2015 | PDF | 224 KB
The Power S822LC server is a Linux-only two-socket server supporting 16 or 20 POWER8 cores in a dense, 2U rack-optimized form factor.

November 2015 | PDF | 222 KB
The Power System S822LC server is a Linux-only two-socket server supporting 16 or 20 POWER8 cores in a dense, 2U rack-optimized form factor.

November 2015 | PDF | 216 KB
IBM Power 795 provides the power for mission-critical workloads with up to 256 POWER7 cores. With extensive scalability, a fundamentally reliable design, the Power 795 server provides a solid foundation on which to consolidate the most important ...

November 2015 | PDF | 909 KB
IBM PowerSC provides IBM AIX and Linux compliance automation and IBM PowerVM-aware security extensions for virtual systems running on IBM Power Systems. PowerSC reduces cost-to-comply to external security standards and improves visibility to security ...

October 2015 | PDF | 
This datasheet provides product highlights, features, benefits and specifications for IBM PowerHA SystemMirror. Critical business applications may be better protected from failures with the capabilities of IBM PowerHA SystemMirror -supported under the AIX...

October 2015 | PDF | 
Businesses are looking for cost effective open virtualization like PowerKVM that is based on Linux KVM virtualization. This allows a single Power scale-out Linux server to run multiple Linux workloads with the flexibility to share and optimize the ...

October 2015 | PDF | 
The IBM Power E850 server is a high-performance 4-socket, 4U system with POWER8 innovation for AIX and Linux. With PowerVM virtualization and Capacity on Demand flexibility, Power E850 offers an ideal mix of scale and efficiency for application deployment...

July 2015 | PDF | 187 KB
The Power S822 is a two-socket server supporting one or two 6 x 3.89 GHz or 10c 3.42 GHz POWER8 processor modules in a dense 2U rack-optimized form factor.

April 2015 | PDF | 647 KB
The IBM Power System S814 one-socket server that supports up to eight IBM POWER8 cores is designed for midsized business customers consolidating UNIX, IBM i and Linux workloads in a flexible 4U rack-optimized or tower form factor.

April 2015 | PDF | 776 KB
IBM PowerVP provides performance monitoring to help proactively address performance issues by mapping virtual workloads to physical hardware. This allows clients to address bottlenecks before they affect their business operations.

April 2015 | PDF | 
The Power Systems S812L and S822L server are Linux-only one or two-socket servers supporting 10 or 12 POWER8 cores per socket in a dense, 2U rack-optimized form factor.

April 2015 | PDF | 674 KB
The IBM Power System S824L server is a Linux-based two-socket server supporting 20 or 24 POWER8 cores in a dense, 4U rack-optimized form factor.

April 2015 | PDF | 292 KB

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