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IBM BladeCenter HT ac and dc model chassis accommodates BladeCenter blade servers for telecommunications environments and new options

IBM United States Hardware Announcement 107-108
February 13, 2007

 

 ENUS107108.PDF (133KB)

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TOC link At a glance TOC link Publications
TOC link Overview TOC link Services
TOC link Key prerequisites TOC link Technical information
TOC link Planned availability date TOC link IBM Electronic Services
TOC link Description TOC link Terms and conditions
TOC link Product positioning TOC link Prices
TOC link Reference information TOC link Order now
TOC link Network Clock Module Option  
 
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At a glance

. BladeCenter HT models are designed specifically for telecommunications network infrastructures and other rugged environments.

BladeCenter HT 8740-1Rx dc-powered features:

  • Rack-optimized 12 U modular enclosure holding 12 blade servers
  • Two hot-swap dc power supplies with redundant configuration
  • Four hot-swap fan modules and a media tray with light path diagnostics, two front access USB ports, and optional compact flash memory module support
  • Advanced Management Module (AMM)
  • Ability to integrate storage and Ethernet networking
  • New serial port for direct serial connection to installed blades

BladeCenter HT 8750-1Rx ac-powered features:

  • Rack-optimized 12 U modular enclosure holding 12 blade servers
  • Two hot-swap ac power supplies with redundant configuration
  • Four hot-swap fan modules and a media tray with light path diagnostics, two front access USB ports, and optional compact flash memory module support
  • Advanced Management Module (AMM)
  • Ability to integrate storage and Ethernet networking
  • New serial port for direct serial connection to installed blades

Both BladeCenter HT chassis support BladeCenter HS20, HS21, JS20, JS21, LS20, and LS21/41 blades. Certified testing by Underwriters Laboratories of the BladeCenter HT chassis is in progress, and when complete the BladeCenter HT chassis will be covered under a UL certified NEBS Level 3/ETSI test report, which will be available for review with customers. BladeCenter HT configurations will be NEBS3/ETSI certified (planned).

For ordering, contact:

Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: YE001).
 
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Overview

The BladeCenter® HT models are high-performance blade platforms for critical network applications to the telecommunications industry. They contain the telecommunications infrastructures that require networking equipment to support ac and dc power environments.

The IBM BladeCenter family, leveraging the best of telecom and IT, brings a powerful set of capabilities to the carrier environment, including the ability to flexibly deploy the same solution in either a datacenter or a central office environment without change. This powerful paradigm shift means service providers can now standardize on a single architecture across their business, driving down TCO and OPEX expense.

BladeCenter HT extends this value to network equipment and telecom service providers by supporting high speed connectivity (over 1 Terabyte of aggregate throughput on the backplane) and supports the high performance blade servers, featuring Dual and Quad core processors from Intel®, AMD, and IBM, and a complete management solution. Certified testing by Underwriters Laboratories of the BladeCenter HT chassis is in progress, and when complete the BladeCenter HT chassis will be covered under a UL certified NEBS Level 3/ETSI test report, which will be available for review with customers. IBM BladeCenter HT sets the bar for both one of the lowest cost per server and among the highest performance per server in the Telco industry.

BladeCenter HT brings significant new capabilities to IBM's broad ecosystem of hundreds of NGN applications already being deployed on BladeCenter. A key example of this ecosystem is the introduction of the Nortel 10 Gb Ethernet Switch Module for BladeCenter, which delivers 10 Gb to each blade server deployed in the BladeCenter H or BladeCenter HT chassis, and six 10 Gb Ethernet uplinks. This capability helps greatly reduce the cost of implementing IPTV and other high bandwidth NGN applications.

IBM BladeCenter HT chassis

  • Rack-optimized, 12 U modular design enclosure holds up to 12 blade servers
  • A high-availability, redundant midplane supports all current and is planned to support all future IBM blades
  • The chassis includes:
    • Two hot-swap, redundant power modules and support for two additional redundant (optional) power modules
    • Four hot-swap, redundant fan modules (each with two fans)
  • BladeCenter Advanced Management Module (AMM) gives you control over the solutions at the chassis level — simplifying installation
  • IBM Director and Remote Deployment Manager™ makes it easy to install and manage
  • Built-in media tray is customer serviceable and includes light path diagnostics, two front USB inputs, and optional compact flash drive support

The BladeCenter HT chassis can handle rack-dense two-socket and four-socket BladeCenter servers, and is ideal for central office and other rugged environments.

IBM services and support

  • ServerProven® compatibility testing and Web support
  • Warranty: Three years, customer replaceable unit (CRU) and on-site service1, limited warranty2; optional warranty service upgrades available

 
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Key prerequisites
  • BladeCenter HS20, HS21, JS20, JS21, LS20, and LS21/41 blades
  • PC connect to Management Module
  • Monitor, keyboard, mouse, and rack
  • Appropriate power source

 
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Planned availability date

June 15, 2007:

  • IBM BladeCenter HT chassis 8740 and 8750
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Options

 
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Description

Related options BladeCenter HT

  • IBM BladeCenter HT dc Power Supply Module (42C5279)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT ac Power Supply Module (42C5280)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT 2-Post Rack Mount Kit (42C5281)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT 4-Post Rack Mount Kit (42C5284)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Advanced Mgmt Module Interposer (42C5315)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb Switch and Bridge Bays (42C5300)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb Switch and Bridge Bays with Interswitch Links (ISL) (42C5301)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS Switch Bay (42C5302)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Redundant Media Tray (42C5305)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Compact Flash 1 GB (42C5307)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Compact Flash 4 GB (42C5310)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Bezel (includes Filter and Cable Management Collar) (42C5278)
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Filter (4 pack) (42C5316)

dc Power Supply Option — (42C5279)

This power supply option contains two hot-swap -48V to -60V power supplies to provide both power and redundancy to your IBM BladeCenter HT. Two hot-swap, redundant power modules are standard and support the population of BladeCenter HT blade bays 1 through 6 and IO Module bays 1 through 4. This Power Supply Module option is required to support installation of blade servers in BladeCenter HT blade bays 7 through 12 and IO Module bays 7 through 10. BladeCenter HT customers must use power supplies of identical wattages to provide power redundancy and should not mix power supplies of different wattages.

Features and benefits:

  • This option can help protect your data from power disruptions that cause downtime and reduced availability.

ac Power Supply Option — (42C5280)

This power supply option contains two hot-swap 200-240V power supplies to provide both power and redundancy to your IBM BladeCenter HT. Two 2.8m (nine foot) IEC309 C19 to C20 rack cables, making it easy to attach to a supported 200 to 240V power distribution unit. BladeCenter HT supports four power modules. Two hot-swap, redundant power modules are standard and support the population of BladeCenter HT blade bays 1 through 6 and IO Module bays 1 through 4. This Power Supply Module option is required to support installation of blade servers in BladeCenter HT blade bays 7 through 12 and IO Module bays 7 through 10. BladeCenter HT customers must use power supplies of identical rating to provide power redundancy and should not mix power supplies of different ratings.

Features and benefits:

  • This option can help protect your data from power disruptions that cause downtime and reduced availability.
  • The power supplies have a single IEC 309 C19 input (16 amp). This option includes two 2.8m (nine foot) C19 to C20 cables, making it easy to attach the power supplies to a DPI® High-Density PDU or a DPI Front-end PDU.

2Post Rack Mount Kit — (42C5281)

This mounting kit is specially designed to support the deployment of BladeCenter HT chassis in a standard telecommunications 42 U tall, 2 post rack deployed in telecommunications Central Offices. BladeCenter HT, with a compact chassis, requires different mounting rails and support frames than those deployed to support the BladeCenter chassis or rack enterprise rack mount servers in data centers with 2Post racks.

Feature benefits:

  • Configuration flexibility
  • Minimize investment in rack infrastructure

4Post Rack Mount Kit — (42C5284)

This mounting kit is uniquely designed to support the shipment of BladeCenter HT chassis in a standard 42 U telecommunications rack (that is, ship in rack kit). BladeCenter HT, with a compact chassis, requires different mounting rails and frames than those deployed to support the BladeCenter T chassis or rack enterprise rack mount servers in data centers with 4Posts.

Feature benefits:

  • Configuration flexibility
  • Minimize investment in rack infrastructure

Advanced Management Module Interposer — (42C5315)

An extender (connection link) between the Advanced Management Module and the BladeCenter HT midplane maintains the internal fabric and signaling between the two. One of these interposers comes standard with the BCHT chassis, but this option must be ordered if a redundant AMM is deployed in BCHT.

Note: Note that the BladeCenter Advanced Management Module is the AMM supported in the BCHT chassis.

Feature benefits:

  • Enhanced reliability

Interposer for Gb Switch and Bridge Bays — (42C5300)

An extender (connection link) between the Gb Switch/Bridge Bays and the BladeCenter HT midplane maintains the internal fabric and signaling between the two. One of these interposers must be ordered for each Ethernet/network switch or Pass Thru module deployed with the BCHT chassis.

Note: Note that all of the existing Ethernet/network switches (Nortel, Cisco) are supported in the BCHT chassis.

Feature benefits:

  • Enhanced reliability

Interposer for Gb Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch Links (ISL) — (42C5301)

BladeCenter HT provides support for internal links between redundant pairs of switch modules. These inter-switch links (or ISLs) provide the ability to establish load balancing or high-speed communications between switch pairs without consuming valuable external ports. The internal links are provided via optional switch interposers, or extenders, which are installed behind the switch module and provide a connection link between the Gb Switch/Bridge Bays and the BladeCenter HT midplane, which maintains the internal fabric and signaling between the two in the BladeCenter HT I/O module bay. Two of these interposer options must be ordered per switch pair, one for each of the switch or Pass Thru modules deployed with the BCHT chassis. Inter-switch links may not be applicable to all BladeCenter switch modules, consult your WW product team for advice before ordering this option.

Feature benefits:

  • Increased network connectivity
  • Enhanced reliability

Interposer for HS (High Speed) Switch Bays — (42C5302)

An extender (connection link) between the high speed switch bays and the BladeCenter HT midplane, which maintains the internal fabric and signaling between the two. One of these interposers must be ordered for each high speed switch module deployed with the BCHT chassis.

Feature benefits:

  • Enhanced reliability

Redundant Media Tray — (42C5305)

A customer serviceable, half-blade design media tray directly wired to the BladeCenter HT midplane can be removed without impacting operation of the chassis. This tray includes two external USB connectors and full Light Path Diagnostics and also supports optional 1 GB and 4 GB Compact Flash drive options typically used for local boot of operating system in a telecommunications environment.

Note: No optical (CD/DVD) drives are integrated into this tray.

Feature benefits:

  • Enhanced reliability
  • Configuration flexibility

1 GB Compact Flash Option — (42C5307)

This optional 1 GB compact flash module is a media tray option and supports the boot of an operating system from any blade server housed inside the BladeCenter HT chassis. It provides flash based storage (non-rotating media) capable of meeting NEBS/ETSI certification as required in thermally challenged telecommunications environments.

Feature benefits:

  • Configuration flexibility
  • Improved reliability

4 GB Compact Flash Option — (42C5310)

This optional 4 GB compact flash module is a media tray option and supports the boot of an operating system from any blade server housed inside the BladeCenter HT chassis. It provides flash based storage (non-rotating media) capable of meeting NEBS/ETSI certification as required in thermally challenged telecommunications environments.

Feature benefits:

  • Configuration flexibility
  • Improved reliability

Bezel (includes Filter and Cable Mgmt. Collar) — (42C5278)

This 90 mm deep bezel, which houses a customer replaceable filter and cable management arm to simplify cable routing, attaches to the front of the BladeCenter HT chassis and supports the deployment of I/O cabling inside the chassis envelope to maintain operational integrity of the system. The in process NEBS/ETSI test of the BladeCenter HT chassis includes this bezel.

Feature benefits:

  • Improved reliability
  • Configuration simplicity

Filters (4 pack) — (42C5316)

A pack of 4 customer replaceable filters are easily deployed inside the IBM BladeCenter HT Bezel. Typically, a filter should be replaced every 3-4 months to keep external contaminants, such as dust and airborne particles, from impacting the operational integrity of the BladeCenter HT chassis.

Feature benefits:

  • Improved reliability

BladeCenter HT Network Applications

The IBM BladeCenter HT contain dual ac or dc power supplies designed specifically for the telecommunications network infrastructure.

Up to twelve blades per chassis can be supported:

  • Ethernet connectivity via blades and switch options
  • Integrated systems manager (Director)

The IBM BladeCenter HT are well-suited, but not limited to, the following BladeCenter T applications:

Network management and security:

  • Network management engine
  • Internet cache engine
  • RSA encryption
  • Gateways
  • Intrusion detection

Network infrastructure:

  • Softswitch
  • Unified messaging
  • Gateway/Gatekeeper/SS7 solutions
  • VOIP services and processing
  • Gateways
  • Voice portals
  • IP translation database

Standard BladeCenter HT configurations

                                              Modules
Model               Power supply            Fan   Management
 
8740-1Rx            2x dc HS                4 HS  1
8750-1Rx            2x ac HS                4 HS  1

Standard functions include:

  • 12 U form factor
  • Two hot-swap power supplies, optional to four
  • External diskette/DVD/CD drive support via USB

Function and expansion capacity

The IBM BladeCenter HT packs substantial function and storage capacity into a 12 U, 19-inch rack-drawer package. It supports easy installation of blades, adapters, switches, and management modules.

Features include:

  • Rack-optimized design for 19.5-inch wide, industry-standard rack cabinets
  • ac and dc worldwide power supplies support:
    • Auto restart to minimize operator intervention after temporary power outage
    • Two -48 V dc or 220 V ac (nominal) power sources for greater fault tolerance
    • Maximum configurations
  • Four variable-speed fan modules

Systems management and support tools

For additional information regarding systems management features and support tools and programs for the BladeCenter LS21, refer to Hardware Announcement 106-617 , dated August 15, 2006. For the BladeCenter HS21, refer to Hardware Announcement 106-826 , dated November 14, 2006.

Accessibility by people with disabilities

A U.S. Section 508 Voluntary Product Accessibility Template (VPAT) containing details on accessibility compliance can be requested at


 
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Product positioning

The BladeCenter HT is a compact, twelve-server blade chassis designed for high-density server installations for telecommunications use. This chassis with ac or dc power supplies is a low-cost, high performance, high-availability solution for telecommunications networks environments.

The BladeCenter HT chassis is positioned for expansion, capacity, redundancy, and carrier-grade NEBS level 3/ETSI compliance in dc models. The BladeCenter HT offers high levels of performance when using the two-socket blades or the four-socket blades. It is a cost-effective, scalable solution to satisfy most telecommunications environments.
 
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Reference information
1
With respect to on-site service, IBM sends a technician after attempting to diagnose and resolve the problem remotely.
2
For information on the IBM Statement of Limited Warranty, visit

http://www.ibm.com/servers/support/machine_warranties/

Alternatively, this information is also available by contacting your IBM representative or reseller. Copies are available upon request.

Note: The information in IBM announcement letters is subject to change without notice, consult the IBM Sales Manual, or your IBM representative or reseller, for the most current information regarding IBM products.

Reference sell

IBM will reference sell products with BladeCenter HT from vendors who are participants in the IBM SeverProven program. Visit the ServerProven Web site for details about compatibility.

Business Partner information

If you are a Direct Reseller - System Reseller acquiring products from IBM, you may link directly to Business Partner information for this announcement. A PartnerWorld ID and password are required (use IBM ID).

BP Attachment for Announcement Letter 107-108

Trademarks

 
Remote Deployment Manager is a trademark of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
BladeCenter, ServerProven, DPI, eServer, and Wave are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
Intel is a registered trademark of Intel Corporation.
 
Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

 
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Network Clock Module Option

Telecommunications synchronous networks rely on precise clocking (synchronous timing signals) to maintain the synchronous traffic within the network without slips (underrun/overrun conditions causing loss of data). Other synchronous transmission schemes, such as delay sensitive synchronous data over ATM, also require precise clocking synchronization within the network nodes to maintain the synchronous traffic without loss of data. This precise synchronous clocking insures that the data is received and transmitted at the same rate at every step, or hop, across the network. In order to support applications requiring strict synchronous timing, IBM plans to provide in the future, a new optional Network Clock Module, which will synchronize to clock sources and provide Stratum 3/3E timing signals within the chassis for support of interfaces to external networks requiring the strict timing relationship across these networks. The BladeCenter® HT is enabled to support this future function.

Feature benefits:

  • Data integrity and reliability

 
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Publications

The following publications and CD-ROMs are shipped with the IBM BladeCenter HT.

  • IBM BladeCenter HT Installation Guides contains an introduction to the computer, installation and setup, installing options, reference information, and problem determination. The installation guides have easy-to-use text and pictorials to enable you to quickly set up the server.

Note: Software versions, features, and functions shipped with these systems may change as new releases become available or may be discontinued at any time. The following publication is available immediately. To order, contact your IBM representative.

Title                                       Order number
 
BladeCenter HT Solutions Product Brochure   BLD03003-USEN-00

IBM Publications Center Portal

The Publications Center is a worldwide central repository for IBM product publications and marketing material with a catalog of 70,000 items. Extensive search facilities are provided, as well as payment options via credit card. A large number of publications are available online in various file formats, which can currently be downloaded free of charge.

Displayable softcopy publications

The product books are offered in displayable softcopy form. All books are included. The displayable manuals are part of the basic machine-readable material. The files are shipped on the same media type as the basic machine-readable material.

These displayable manuals can be used with the BookManager® READ licensed programs in any of the supported environments. Terms and conditions for use of the machine-readable files are shipped with the files.

Source file publications

The product books are offered in source file form as no-charge feature. All books are included. The source files are shipped on the same media type as the basic machine-readable material.

These files can be used with the BookMaster® and DCF-licensed programs to create unmodified printed copies of the manuals. The source files can also be used with the BookManager BUILD licensed program to create unmodified displayable softcopy manuals. Terms and conditions for use of the machine-readable files are shipped with the files.
 
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Services

Global Technology Services

IBM Services include business consulting, outsourcing, hosting services, applications, and other technology management.

These services help you learn about, plan, install, manage, or optimize your IT infrastructure to be an On Demand Business. They can help you integrate your high-speed networks, storage systems, application servers, wireless protocols, and an array of platforms, middleware, and communications software for IBM and many non-IBM offerings. IBM is your one-stop shop for IT support needs.

For details on available services, contact your IBM representative or visit

For details on available IBM Business Continuity and Recovery Services, contact your IBM representative or visit

For details on education offerings related to specific products, visit

Select your country, and then select the product as the category.

xSeries® and BladeCenter support services

Recommended core technical support

When you buy IBM xSeries technology, include the support services you need to help keep both your hardware and software working for you, day after day, at peak performance. It's your first step toward helping to protect your investment and sustain high levels of system availability. We offer service-level and response-time options to fit your business needs, and we'll help you get started with a core support package that includes:

  • Continuous system monitoring

    Exclusive electronic monitoring that helps speed up problem-solving with automated, early detection of potential problems and system errors.

  • Hardware maintenance

    World-class remote and on-site hardware problem determination and repair services.

  • Software technical support

    Unlimited help line calls for fast, accurate answers to your questions during installation and throughout ongoing operations.

For more information refer to:


 
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Technical information

Specified operating environment

Physical specifications: To assure installability and serviceability in non-IBM industry-standard racks, review the installation planning information for any product-specific installation requirements.

BladeCenter HT

                                 8740-1Rx           8750-1Rx
 
Power supply                     HS dc              HS ac
 Number standard                 2                  2
 Hot-swap                        Yes                Yes
Fan modules                      4 HS               4 HS
Advanced Mgmt Module             1                  1
Switch/bridge bays               4                  4
High speed switch bays           4                  4

For additional product information visit,

Operating environment

  • Temperature: 5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)
  • Relative humidity: 8% to 80% (non-condensing)

NEBS environment

  • Air temperature:
    • Chassis on: 5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)
      Altitude: -60 m (-197 ft) to 1800 m (6000 ft)
    • Chassis on (short term*): -5° to 55°C (23° to 131°F)
      Altitude: -60 m (-197 ft) to 1800 m (6000 ft)
    • Chassis on: 5° to 30°C (41° to 86°F)
      Altitude: 1800 m (600 ft) to 4000 m (13,000 ft)
    • Chassis on (short term*): -5° to 45°C (23° to 113°F)
      Altitude: 1800 m (6000 ft) to 4000 m (13,000 ft)
    • Chassis off: -40° to 70°C (-40° to 158°F)
  • Rate of temperature change 30°C/hr (54°F/hr)
  • Humidity:
    • Chassis on: 5% to 85%
    • Chassis on (short term*): 5% to 90% but not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air
    • Chassis off: uncontrolled
*
Note: A period of not more than 96 consecutive hours and a total of not more than 15 days in one year. (This refers to a total of 360 hours in any given year, but, no more than 15 occurrences during that one-year period.)

Dimensions BladeCenter HT

12 U Rack Drawer

  • Width: 441.9 mm (17.4 in)
  • Depth: 706.0 mm (27.8 in)
  • Height: 528.0 mm (21.0 in)

Weight Specifications

  • Weight: (minimum configuration) 62.8 kg (150 lb)
  • Weight: (maximum configuration) 159 kg (350 lb)

Electrical specifications — dc powered

  • -48 to -60 V dc (nominal)
  • Input kilovolt-amperes (kVA) (approximately):
    • Minimum configuration: 0.4 kVA
    • Maximum configuration: 7.8 kVA
  • Btu output:
    • Ship configuration: 1441 Btu/hr (422 watts)
    • Full configuration: 26552 Btu/hr (7773 watts)
    • Noise level: Horizontal position: 7.5 bels (idling and operating)

Note: The noise emission levels stated are the declared (upper limit) sound power level, in bels, for a random sample of machines. All measurements made in accordance with ISO 7779 and reported in conformance with ISO 9296.

Electrical specifications — ac powered

  • 200 to 240 (nominal) V ac; 50 Hz or 60 Hz
  • Input kilovolt-amperes (kVA) (approximately):
    • Minimum configuration: 0.4 kVA
    • Maximum configuration: 7.8 kVA
  • Btu output:
    • Ship configuration: 1441 Btu/hr (422 watts)
    • Full configuration: 26491 Btu/hr (7755 watts)
    • Noise level: Horizontal position — 7.5 bels (idling and operating)

Note: The noise emission levels stated are the declared (upper limit) sound power level, in bels, for a random sample of machines. All measurements made in accordance with ISO 7779 and reported in conformance with ISO 9296.

IBM BladeCenter HT systems are intended for use with rack-drawer servers and are tested and designed to operate in a horizontal position.

Standards

These server chassis support or comply with the following standards:

  • Universal Serial Bus Architecture, Version 2.0
  • Hardware-enabled to meet the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 9241, Part 3.

Equipment approvals and safety

  • FCC — Verified to comply with Part 15 of the FCC Rules, Class A CISPR 22:1997
  • Canada ICES-003, issue 4, Class A
  • UL/IEC 60950-13
  • CAN C22.2 No. 60950-1-03
  • Argentina S-Mark per IEC 60950-1
  • NOM-0193
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These servers are certified by the respective UL and NOM agencies.

Operating environment

  • Air Temperature:
    • Chassis on: 5° to 40°C (41° to 104°F)
      Altitude: -60m (-197 ft) to 1800 m (6000 ft)
      • Chassis on (short term*): -5° to 55°C (23° to 131°F)
        Altitude: -60 m (-197 ft) to 1800 m (6000 ft)
      • Chassis on: 5° to 30°C (41° to 86°F)
        Altitude: 1800m (600 ft) to 4000 m (13,000 ft)
      • Chassis on (short term*): -5° to 45°C (23° to 113°F)
        Altitude: 1800 m (6000 ft) to 4000 m (13,000 ft)
      • Chassis off: -40° to 70°C (-40° to 158°F)
  • Rate of temperature change 30°C/hr (54°F/hr)
  • Humidity:
    • Chassis on: 5% to 85%
    • Chassis on (short term*): 5% to 90% but not to exceed 0.024 kg water/kg of dry air
    • Chassis off: uncontrolled
*
Note: A period of not more than 96 consecutive hours and a total of not more than 15 days in one year. (This refers to a total of 360 hours in ant given year, but, no more than 15 occurrences during that one-year period.)

Hardware requirements

For attended installation of an operating system, the BladeCenter HT and blades requires a compatible:

  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
  • HDD
  • Display (E54, E74, T541, or equivalent)

Unattended or remote installation may be performed without requiring some or all of these components. Review your unattended software installation program information for specific hardware configuration requirements.

For service, BladeCenter HT requires a compatible:

  • Keyboard
  • Mouse
  • HDD
  • Display (E54, E74, T541, or equivalent)

When having the unit serviced, plan to have these components attached to your server either directly or indirectly via a console.

Software requirements

Programming requirements: None

Compatibility: The IBM BladeCenter HT is compatible with the HS20, HS21, JS20, JS21, LS20, and LS21/41, which contain licensed system programs that include set configuration, set features, and test programs. System BIOS is loaded from a "flash" EEPROM into system memory. This BIOS provides instructions and interfaces designed to support the standard features of these servers to maintain compatibility with many current software programs.

For detailed information about IBM and non-IBM devices, adapters, software, and network operating systems supported with xSeries servers, visit

Contact your IBM representative, IBM Business Partner, or refer to the IBM Sales Manual for information on the compatibility of hardware and software for xSeries servers. The Sales Manual is updated periodically as new features and options are announced that support these servers.

Limitations: These IBM BladeCenter HT chassis support 200 to 240 V ac or -48 V to -60 V dc. For cabling, specifications, and current protection information, refer to the Cable orders section of this announcement.

User group requirements: This announcement satisfies or partially satisfies the requirements from one or more of the worldwide user group communities. Groups include COMMON, COMMON Europe, Guide Share Europe (GSE), InterAction (Australia/New Zealand), Japan Guide Share (JGS), and SHARE Inc.

Planning information

Customer responsibilities: The 8740 chassis must be installed by personnel trained in dc wiring installations. Setup instructions are shipped with the systems.

Configuration information

IBM BladeCenter HT Configuration

An indicator panel is located on each media tray and rear alarm module and contains the following LEDs:

  • Power good
  • Location
  • Critical
  • Major
  • Minor

Rack installations

IBM BladeCenter HT chassis are 12 U, rack-drawer models designed to be installed in a 19-inch rack cabinet.

Power considerations

The IBM BladeCenter HT chassis includes two -48V dc to -60V dc power supplies or two 200V ac to 240V ac power supplies for redundancy. These power subsystem supplies can provide sufficient power to run the servers fully configured with supported devices.

Cable orders: For the dc-powered chassis, the IBM BladeCenter HT requires customer-supplied dc power wiring from an approved power source to the chassis. The cable size must be 4 AWG and not exceed 3 meters. The power source must have a minimum of 5 A and maximum of 75 A overcurrent protection. Information pertaining to wiring installation is contained in the installation guide for these products. Article 240 paragraph 3 of the National Electric Code, table 310-16, further describes wiring requirements for this type of equipment. The dc power cables are not included.

Network cabling

To connect the Ethernet switch to a network, use an unshielded twisted pair (UTP) cable with RJ-45 connectors at both ends. For 100 Mbps or higher operation, Category 5 cabling must be used. For 10 Mbps operation, Category 3, or better, cabling must be used.

There are no additional cabling requirements, other than for keyboard, mouse, and monitor connections.

Installability: The IBM BladeCenter HT chassis requires about 30 minutes for installation. Installation includes unpacking, setting up, and powering on the system. Additional time is required to install any software, additional adapters, or features.

The blades each require about 10 minutes for installation.

Packaging

Product                    Package description         Boxes
 
IBM BladeCenter HT         System Unit Carton          1
  dc Power Model
 
IBM BladeCenter HT         System Unit Carton          1
  ac Power Model
 
                        Contents:
 
                        System Unit
                        Country Kit
 
Country Kit contents:
 
       Installation Guide
       CD-ROM packages*
       Safety, Contents, and About Your Documentation Flyers
       Warranty and support information
 
* Documentation, IBM Director V

IBM BladeCenter HT chassis are each shipped in a single carton.

Approximate shipping dimensions and weight:

  • Single pack dimensions: 61 x 102 x 85 cm (24 x 40 x 33.5 in)
  • Single pack weight: 123 kg (270 lb)
  • Quantity per pallet: 1
  • Pallet load dimensions: 61 x 106 x 15 cm (24 x 42 x 6 in)
  • Pallet load weight: 141 kg (310 lb)
  • Estimated safe stacking: 2 high

The country kit is in a separate box inside the main carton.

Supplies

For end users: IBM BladeCenter HT can be purchased through dealers around the world.

Security, auditability, and control

Security and auditability features for BladeCenter HT includes:

  • Power-on and privileged-access password functions provide controls of who has access to the data and server setup program on the server.
  • Set unattended boot mode allows the system keyboard to be locked to all entries except the password and at the same time allows other computers on the network to access the system disk drive.
  • Selectable boot sequence can be used to prevent unauthorized installation of software or removal of data from the diskette drive.

The chassis and servers are intended to be installed and secured in a rack. It is a customer's responsibility to ensure that server and rack installation are secure to prevent sensitive data from being removed.

The customer is responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of security features, administrative procedures, and appropriate controls in application systems and communications facilities.
 
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IBM Electronic Services

IBM has transformed its delivery of hardware and software support services to put you on the road to higher system availability. Electronic Services is a Web-enabled solution that offers an exclusive, no-additional-charge enhancement to the service and support available for IBM servers. These services provide the opportunity for greater system availability with faster problem resolution and preemptive monitoring. Electronic Services comprises two separate, but complementary, elements: Electronic Services news page and Electronic Services Agent.

The Electronic Services news page is a single Internet entry point that replaces the multiple entry points traditionally used to access IBM Internet services and support. The news page enables you to gain easier access to IBM resources for assistance in resolving technical problems.

The Electronic Service Agent™ is no-additional-charge software that resides on your server. It monitors events and transmits system inventory information to IBM on a periodic, client-defined timetable. The Electronic Service Agent automatically reports hardware problems to IBM. Early knowledge about potential problems enables IBM to deliver proactive service that may result in higher system availability and performance. In addition, information collected through the Service Agent is made available to IBM service support representatives when they help answer your questions or diagnose problems.

To learn how Electronic Services can work for you, visit


 
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Terms and conditions

IBM Global Financing: Yes

To obtain copies of the IBM Statement of Limited Warranty, contact your reseller or IBM.

In the United States, call 800-IBM-SERV (426-7378), or write to:


    Warranty Information
    P.O. Box 12195
    Research Triangle Park, NC 27709
    Attn: Dept. JDJA/B203

Warranty period

  • Systems — Three year
  • Options — One year

Optional IBM features initially installed in an IBM machine carry the same warranty period as the machine. If installed after the initial machine installation, they carry the balance of the machine warranty or the optional feature warranty, whichever is greater.

Warranty service: If required, IBM provides repair or exchange service depending on the type of warranty service specified below for the machine. IBM will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone or electronically by access to an IBM Web site. You must follow the problem determination and resolution procedures that IBM specifies. Scheduling of service will depend upon the time of your call and is subject to parts availability. Service levels are response time objectives and are not guaranteed. The specified level of warranty service may not be available in all worldwide locations, additional charges may apply outside IBM's normal service area, contact your local IBM representative or your reseller for country and location specific information.

Customer Replaceable Unit (CRU) (for example, keyboard, mouse, speaker, memory, hard disk drive) service and on-site service.

CRU service: IBM provides a replacement CRU to you for you to install. CRU information and replacement instructions are shipped with your machine and are available from IBM at any time on your request. A CRU is designated as being either a Tier 1 or a Tier 2 CRU. Installation of a Tier 1 CRU is your responsibility. If IBM installs a Tier 1 CRU, at your request, you will be charged for the installation. You may install a Tier 2 CRU yourself or request IBM to install it, at no additional charge, under the type of warranty service specified below, on-site service.

Based upon availability, a CRU will be shipped for next business day (NBD) delivery. IBM specifies in the materials shipped with a replacement CRU whether a defective CRU must be returned to IBM. When return is required, return instructions and a container are shipped with the replacement CRU, and you may be charged for the replacement CRU if IBM does not receive the defective CRU within 15 days of your receipt of the replacement.

The following have been designated as a Tier 1 CRU:

  • Power Supply Fan Pack
  • High Speed Switch Filler
  • High Speed Switch Module 4x Assembly
  • Blade Filler
  • Alarm Panel Cable
  • AC Jumper cord
  • Power Supply
  • Management Module Card Assembly
  • Serial Port Breakout cable
  • Switch Module Filler Assembly
  • Filler Trays
  • Chassis Fan Module
  • High Speed Switch Filler
  • DC Terminal Cover w/ Fasteners
  • Interposer Filler Tray High Speed Switch Top Position
  • Power Supply Filler
  • Media tray Assembly
  • Media Filler tray Assembly
  • Interposer Filler Tray High Speed Switch Bottom Position
  • Advance Management Module Interposer Tray Assembly
  • Network Clock Filler Assembly
  • Chassis Front Bezel Assembly w/Filter and Collar
  • Midplane Multiplexer Card Assembly
  • SW Bridge Interposer Tray Assembly
  • IBM BladeCenter HT Telecom Alarm Card Assembly
  • High Speed Switch Interposer — w/ Thumb Screws
  • System Service Cards
  • Chassis Lift Handles
  • Cable Management System Assembly
  • Air Filter
  • Compact Flash 1 GB
  • Compact Flash 4 GB
  • Bridge Interposer Tray Assembly with ISL
  • High Speed Switch Module Interposer

On-site service: On-site repair, 9 hours per day, Monday through Friday excluding holidays, NBD response. IBM or your reseller will repair the failing machine at your location and verify its operation. You must provide suitable working area to allow disassembly and reassembly of the IBM machine. The area must be clean, well lit, and suitable for the purpose. On-site service is not available in all countries, and some countries have kilometer or mileage limitations from an IBM service center. In those locations where on-site service is not available, the normal in-county service delivery is used.

Call IBM at 800-IBM-SERV (426-7378), to assist with problem isolation for hardware to determine if warranty service is required. Telephone support may be subject to additional charges, even during the limited warranty period.

International Warranty Service: International Warranty Service (IWS) is available in selected countries or regions.

The warranty service type, for example, on-site repair and customer replaceable unit, and service level, 9x5 NBD and 24x7, provided in the servicing country may be different from that provided in the country in which the machine was purchased.

Under IWS, warranty service will be provided with the prevailing warranty service type and service level available for the IWS-eligible machine type in the servicing country and the warranty period observed will be that of the country in which the machine was purchased.

To determine the eligibility of your machine and to view a list of countries where service is available, visit:

For more information on IWS, refer to Services Announcement 601-034 , dated September 25, 2001.

Programs included with this product are licensed under the terms and conditions of the License Agreements that are shipped with the system.

Maintenance services

ServicePac®, ServiceSuite™, ServiceElect, and ServiceElite: ServicePac, ServiceSuite, ServiceElect, and ServiceElite provide hardware warranty service upgrades, maintenance, and selected support services in one agreement.

Warranty service upgrade: During the warranty period, a warranty service upgrade provides an enhanced level of on-site service for an additional charge. A warranty service upgrade must be purchased during the warranty period and is for a fixed term (duration). It is not refundable or transferable and may not be prorated. If required, IBM will provide the warranty service upgrade enhanced level of on-site service acquired by the customer. Service levels are response time objectives and are not guaranteed.

IBM will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone or electronically by access to an IBM Web site. You must follow the problem determination and resolution procedures that IBM specifies. Scheduling of service will depend upon the time of your call and is subject to parts availability.

CRUs will be provided as part of the machine's standard warranty CRU service except that you may install a Tier 1 CRU yourself or request IBM installation, at no additional charge, under one of the on-site service levels specified below.

IBM will repair the failing machine at your location and verify its operation. You must provide suitable working area to allow disassembly and reassembly of the IBM machine. The area must be clean, well lit, and suitable for the purpose.

Refer to Prices section for specific offerings.

Maintenance service: If required, IBM provides repair or exchange service depending on the type of maintenance service specified below for the machine. IBM will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone or electronically by access to an IBM Web site. You must follow the problem determination and resolution procedures that IBM specifies. Scheduling of service will depend upon the time of your call and is subject to parts availability. Service levels are response time objectives and are not guaranteed.

CRU service: If your problem can be resolved with a CRU (for example, keyboard, mouse, speaker, memory, hard disk drive), IBM will ship the CRU to you for you to install. CRU information and replacement instructions are shipped with your machine and are available from IBM at any time on your request.

IBM specifies in the materials shipped with a replacement CRU whether a defective CRU must be returned to IBM. When return is required, return instructions and a container are shipped with the replacement CRU, and you may be charged for the replacement CRU if IBM does not receive the defective CRU within 15 days of your receipt of the replacement.

On-site service: IBM will repair the failing machine at your location and verify its operation. You must provide suitable working area to allow disassembly and reassembly of the IBM machine. The area must be clean, well lit, and suitable for the purpose.

Refer to Prices section for specific offerings.

Maintenance service (ICA)

Maintenance services are available for ICA legacy contracts.

Alternative service (warranty service upgrades): During the warranty period, warranty service upgrade provides an enhanced level of on-site service for an additional charge. A warranty service upgrade must be purchased during the warranty period and is for a fixed term (duration). It is not refundable or transferable and may not be prorated. If required, IBM will provide the warranty service upgrade enhanced level of on-site service acquired by the customer. Service levels are response time objectives and are not guaranteed.

IBM will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone or electronically by access to an IBM Web site. You must follow the problem determination and resolution procedures that IBM specifies. Scheduling of service will depend upon the time of your call and is subject to parts availability.

A CRU will be provided as part of the machine's standard warranty CRU service except that you may install a Tier 1 CRU yourself or request IBM to install it, at no additional charge, under the type of warranty service specified below, on-site service.

IBM will repair the failing machine at your location and verify its operation. You must provide suitable working area to allow disassembly and reassembly of the IBM machine. The area must be clean, well lit, and suitable for the purpose.

Refer to Prices section for specific offerings.

Maintenance service: If required, IBM provides repair or exchange service depending on the type of maintenance service specified below for the machine. IBM will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone or electronically by access to an IBM Web site. You must follow the problem determination and resolution procedures that IBM specifies. Scheduling of service will depend upon the time of your call and is subject to parts availability. Service levels are response time objectives and are not guaranteed.

CRU service: If your problem can be resolved with a CRU (for example, keyboard, mouse, speaker, memory, hard disk drive), IBM will ship the CRU to you for you to install. CRU information and replacement instructions are shipped with your machine and are available from IBM at any time on your request.

IBM specifies in the materials shipped with a replacement CRU whether a defective CRU must be returned to IBM. When return is required, return instructions and a container are shipped with the replacement CRU, and you may be charged for the replacement CRU if IBM does not receive the defective CRU within 15 days of your receipt of the replacement.

On-site service: IBM will repair the failing machine at your location and verify its operation. You must provide suitable working area to allow disassembly and reassembly of the IBM machine. The area must be clean, well lit, and suitable for the purpose.

Refer to Prices section for specific offerings.

Non-IBM parts support

Warranty service: IBM is now shipping machines with selected non-IBM parts that contain an IBM field replaceable unit (FRU) part number label. These parts are to be serviced during the IBM machine warranty period. IBM is covering the service on these selected non-IBM parts as an accommodation to their customers, and normal warranty service procedures for the IBM machine apply.

Warranty service upgrades and maintenance services: Under certain conditions, IBM Global Technology Services repairs selected non-IBM parts, at no additional charge, for machines that are covered under warranty service upgrades or maintenance services.

IBM Service provides hardware problem determination on non-IBM parts (for example, adapter cards, PCMCIA cards, disk drives, memory) installed within IBM machines covered under warranty service upgrades or maintenance services and provides the labor to replace the failing parts, at no additional charge.

If IBM has a Technical Service Agreement with the manufacturer of the failing part, or if the failing part is an accommodations part (a part with an IBM FRU label), IBM may also source and replace the failing part at no additional charge. For all other non-IBM parts, customers are responsible for sourcing the parts. Installation labor is provided at no additional charge, if the machine is covered under a warranty service upgrade or a maintenance service.

IBM hourly service rate classification: One

Field-installable features: Yes

Model conversions: No

Machine installation: Customer setup. Customers are responsible for installation according to the instructions IBM provides with the machine.

Graduated program license charges apply: No. These products do not contain Licensed Internal Code or Licensed Machine Code.

Educational allowance: None
 
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Prices

The prices provided in this announcement are suggested retail prices for the U.S. only and are provided for your information only. Dealer prices may vary, and prices may also vary by country. Prices are subject to change without notice. For additional information and current prices, contact your local IBM representative.

The following are newly announced features on the specified models of the IBM xSeries 8740 machine type:

                                                             Initial/
                                                             MES/
                                            Feature Purchase both/
Description                          Model  number  price    support
 
BladeCenter HT (dc)                  HC1            $     0
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    1484        999  Initial
 BladeCenter
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    1493      4,999  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter
Nortel Networks Layer 2 -- 7 Gigabit HC1    1494      8,999  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Copper Gigabit HC1    1495      2,099  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    1496      3,999  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    1497      4,999  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    1498      4,999  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    1556      4,509  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter
QLogic 4 Gb 20-port Fibre Chan       HC1    1560     13,999  Initial
 Switch Module for IBM eServer BC
McDATA 4 Gb 20-port Fibre Chan       HC1    1562     15,999  Initial
 Switch Module for IBM eServer BC
Brocade 4 Gb 20-port SAN Switch      HC1    1569     14,999  Initial
 Module for IBM eServer BladeCenter
Brocade 4 Gb 10-port SAN Switch      HC1    1571      8,999  Initial
 Module for IBM eServer BladeCenter
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    1574     11,499  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter
QLogic 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    1575      8,999  Initial
 Switch Module for IBM eServer
 BladeCenter
McDATA 4Gb 10-port Fibre Channel     HC1    1576     10,999  Initial
 Switch Module for IBM eServer
 BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter KVM/Advanced         HC1    1604        849  Initial
 Management Module
Offload Manufacturing to ISTC        HC1    1770          0  Initial
Power Supply -- dc (BCHT)            HC1    1984      2,299  Initial
BCHT dc PS 1 and 2                   HC1    1987      2,299  Initial
Accessory Kit for 8740 dc System     HC1    2018         NC  Initial
Labels for BCHT (8740 and 8750)      HC1    2019         NC  Initial
Backplane with Bracket               HC1    2020         NC  Initial
Service Card                         HC1    2021         NC  Initial
IBM BladeCenter HT Advanced          HC1    2022        379  Initial
 Management Module Interposer
Multiplexer Expansion Module         HC1    2023         NC  Initial
Alarm Panel Module                   HC1    2024         NC  Initial
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    2035        359  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL)
Custom Asset Tagging -- Standard     HC1    2200         10  Initial
Custom Asset Tagging -- Standard     HC1    2201         20  Initial
Custom Labeling                      HC1    2220          5  Initial
Custom Palletization                 HC1    2221          5  Initial
Request for a new Vendor Logo        HC1    2247         NC  Initial
 Hardware
Request for an existing IBM Feature  HC1    2248         NC  Initial
Request for an existing Public RPQ   HC1    2249         NC  Initial
BladeCenter Chassis Configuration    HC1    2300        250  Initial
Department of Defense UID Label      HC1    2320         10  Initial
System Packaging -- WW               HC1    2558         NC  Initial
Base Hardware (dc Model), 60A        HC1    2678     11,700  Initial
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    2900        699  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter
QLogic Infiniband Ethernet Bridge    HC1    2941      8,149  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter
QLogic Infiniband Fibre Channel      HC1    2942      9,799  Initial
 Bridge Module for IBM BladeCenter
Nortel 10 Gb Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    2952      9,799  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter
Install in Rack 01                   HC1    3101         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 02                   HC1    3102         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 03                   HC1    3103         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 04                   HC1    3104         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 05                   HC1    3105         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 06                   HC1    3106         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 07                   HC1    3107         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 08                   HC1    3108         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 09                   HC1    3109         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 10                   HC1    3110         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 11                   HC1    3111         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 12                   HC1    3112         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 13                   HC1    3113         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 14                   HC1    3114         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 15                   HC1    3115         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 16                   HC1    3116         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 17                   HC1    3117         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 18                   HC1    3118         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 19                   HC1    3119         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 20                   HC1    3120         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 21                   HC1    3121         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 22                   HC1    3122         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 23                   HC1    3123         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 24                   HC1    3124         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 25                   HC1    3125         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 26                   HC1    3126         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 27                   HC1    3127         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 28                   HC1    3128         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 29                   HC1    3129         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 30                   HC1    3130         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 31                   HC1    3131         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 32                   HC1    3132         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 33                   HC1    3133         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 34                   HC1    3134         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 35                   HC1    3135         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 36                   HC1    3136         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 37                   HC1    3137         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 38                   HC1    3138         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 39                   HC1    3139         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 40                   HC1    3140         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 41                   HC1    3141         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 42                   HC1    3142         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 43                   HC1    3143         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 44                   HC1    3144         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 45                   HC1    3145         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 46                   HC1    3146         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 47                   HC1    3147         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 48                   HC1    3148         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 49                   HC1    3149         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 50                   HC1    3150         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 51                   HC1    3151         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 52                   HC1    3152         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 53                   HC1    3153         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 54                   HC1    3154         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 55                   HC1    3155         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 56                   HC1    3156         NC  Initial
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Install in Rack 60                   HC1    3160         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 61                   HC1    3161         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 62                   HC1    3162         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 63                   HC1    3163         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 64                   HC1    3164         NC  Initial
Rack location U01                    HC1    3201         NC  Initial
Rack location U02                    HC1    3202         NC  Initial
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Rack location U04                    HC1    3204         NC  Initial
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Rack location U40                    HC1    3240         NC  Initial
Rack location U41                    HC1    3241         NC  Initial
Rack location U42                    HC1    3242         NC  Initial
Rack location A                      HC1    3251         NC  Initial
Rack location B                      HC1    3252         NC  Initial
Rack location C                      HC1    3253         NC  Initial
Rack location D                      HC1    3254         NC  Initial
Rack location E                      HC1    3255         NC  Initial
Rack location F                      HC1    3256         NC  Initial
Rack location T                      HC1    3259         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 01                       HC1    3301         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 02                       HC1    3302         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 03                       HC1    3303         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 04                       HC1    3304         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 05                       HC1    3305         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 06                       HC1    3306         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 07                       HC1    3307         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 08                       HC1    3308         NC  Initial
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BladeCenter 19                       HC1    3319         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 20                       HC1    3320         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 21                       HC1    3321         NC  Initial
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BladeCenter 28                       HC1    3328         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 29                       HC1    3329         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 30                       HC1    3330         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 31                       HC1    3331         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 32                       HC1    3332         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 33                       HC1    3333         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 34                       HC1    3334         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 35                       HC1    3335         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 36                       HC1    3336         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 37                       HC1    3337         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 38                       HC1    3338         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 39                       HC1    3339         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 40                       HC1    3340         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 01              HC1    3401         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 02              HC1    3402         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 03              HC1    3403         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 04              HC1    3404         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 05              HC1    3405         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 06              HC1    3406         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 07              HC1    3407         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 08              HC1    3408         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 09              HC1    3409         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 10              HC1    3410         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 11              HC1    3411         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 12              HC1    3412         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 13              HC1    3413         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 14              HC1    3414         NC  Initial
1m LC-LC Fiber Cable (networking)    HC1    3700         79  Initial
5m LC-LC Fiber Cable (networking)    HC1    3701        129  Initial
25m LC-LC Fiber Cable (networking)   HC1    3702        189  Initial
InfiniBand 4x 3 meter DDR Cable      HC1    3712        339  Initial
InfiniBand 4x 8 meter DDR Cable      HC1    3713        435  Initial
3m Console Switch Cable (USB)        HC1    3751        125  Initial
1m Myricom Quad Fiber Cable          HC1    3766        239  Initial
3m Myricom Quad Fiber Cable          HC1    3767        269  Initial
10m Myricom Quad Fiber Cable         HC1    3768        365  Initial
1.5m, 10A/100-250V, C13 to IEC       HC1    3782        235  Initial
 320-C14 Rack Power Cable
3m 10GBASE-CX4 Copper Cable          HC1    3783        265  Initial
10m 10GBASE-CX4 Copper Cable         HC1    3784        355  Initial
0.6m Yellow Cat5e Cable              HC1    3791         16  Initial
1.5m Yellow Cat5e Cable              HC1    3792         17  Initial
3m Yellow Cat5e Cable                HC1    3793         19  Initial
10m Yellow Cat5e Cable               HC1    3794         29  Initial
25m Yellow Cat5e Cable               HC1    3795         47  Initial
0.6m Green Cat5e Cable               HC1    3796         16  Initial
1.5m Green Cat5e Cable               HC1    3797         17  Initial
3m Green Cat5e Cable                 HC1    3798         19  Initial
10m Green Cat5e Cable                HC1    3799         29  Initial
25m Green Cat5e Cable                HC1    3800         47  Initial
0.6m Blue Cat5e Cable                HC1    3801         16  Initial
1.5m Blue Cat5e Cable                HC1    3802         17  Initial
3m Blue Cat5e Cable                  HC1    3803         19  Initial
10m Blue Cat5e Cable                 HC1    3804         29  Initial
25m Blue Cat5e Cable                 HC1    3805         47  Initial
Infiniband 12x to (3) 4x Cable 3     HC1    4255        499  Initial
 meter for IBM eServer BladeCenter
InfiniBand 8 meter 4x Cable for IBM  HC1    4294        399  Initial
 eServer BladeCenter
InfiniBand 8 meter 12 to (3) 4x      HC1    4295        799  Initial
 Cable for IBM eServer BladeCenter
Infiniband 4x Cable 3 meter for IBM  HC1    4296        249  Initial
 eServer BladeCenter
IBM Short Wave(R) SFP Module         HC1    4299        150  Initial
IBM 10 GbE 850nm Fiber XFP           HC1    4360      1,399  Initial
 Transceiver (SR)
IBM 10 GbE 1310nm Fiber XFP          HC1    4361      2,199  Initial
 
 Transceiver (LR)
IBM CX4 1.5 Meter Cable              HC1    4362         79  Initial
IBM CX4 3.0 Meter Cable              HC1    4363         99  Initial
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    4364        225  Initial
 Module SC Cable for IBM BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    4365        225  Initial
 Module LC Cable for IBM BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    4366         79  Initial
 Module Cable for IBM BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter H Serial Port        HC1    4811         99  Initial
 Breakout Cable
IBM BladeCenter HT Bezel             HC1    4816        499  Initial
 (Incl Filter and Cable Mgmt Collar)
IBM BladeCenter HT Media Tray        HC1    4817        469  Initial
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    4818        349  Initial
 Switches and Bridge Bays
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    4820        999  Initial
 Switch Bay
IBM BladeCenter HT Compact Flash 1GB HC1    4821        359  Initial
IBM BladeCenter HT Compact Flash 4GB HC1    4822      1,099  Initial
QLogic InfiniBand Ethernet Bridge    HC1    7900          0  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter Bay 3
QLogic InfiniBand Ethernet Bridge    HC1    7901          0  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter Bay 4
QLogic InfiniBand Fibre Channel      HC1    7902          0  Initial
 Bridge Module for IBM BladeCenter
 Bay 3
QLogic InfiniBand Fibre Channel      HC1    7903          0  Initial
 Bridge Module for IBM BladeCenter
  Bay4
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    7904          0  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter in HSSM
 Bay 9
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    7905          0  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter in HSSM
 Bay 10
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    7906          0  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter in HSSM
 Bay 7
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    7907          0  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter in HSSM
 Bay 8
Nortel 10 GB Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    7908          0  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 7
Nortel 10 GB Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    7909          0  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 8
Nortel 10 GB Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    7910          0  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 9
Nortel 10 GB Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    7911          0  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 10
e1350 Special Bid Solution Component HC1    7929          0  Initial
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    7932          0  Initial
 Switches and Bridge in Bay 1
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    7933          0  Initial
 Switches and Bridge in Bay 2
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    7934          0  Initial
 Switches and Bridge in Bay 3
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    7935          0  Initial
 Switches and Bridge in Bay 4
Assm, HSS Interposer W/Inter-Switch  HC1    7950          0  Initial
 Link and Thumb Screws in Bay 7
Assm, HSS Interposer W/Inter-Switch  HC1    7951          0  Initial
 Link and Thumb Screws in Bay 8
Assm, HSS Interposer W/Inter-Switch  HC1    7952          0  Initial
 Link and Thumb Screws in Bay 9
Assm, HSS Interposer W/Inter-Switch  HC1    7953          0  Initial
 Link and Thumb Screws in Bay 10
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    7954          0  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL) in Bay 1
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    7955          0  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL) in Bay 2
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    7956          0  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL) in Bay 3
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    7957          0  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL) in Bay 4
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    8032         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 1
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    8033         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 2
e1350 Solution Component             HC1    8034         NC  Initial
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    8041         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    8042         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    8043         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    8044         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
No Blade                             HC1    8062         NC  Initial
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    8068         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 3
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    8069         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 4
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    8070         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    8071         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Integrate BladeCenter in             HC1    8077         NC  Initial
 Manufacturing
No Ethernet Switch                   HC1    8083         NC  Initial
No Publications Selected             HC1    8086         NC  Initial
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    8087         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    8088         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    8089         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 1
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    8090         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 2
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    8091         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 3
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    8092         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 4
Nortel L2/3 Copper GbESM for IBM     HC1    8093         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Nortel L2/3 Copper GbESM for IBM     HC1    8094         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Nortel L2/3 Copper GbESM for IBM     HC1    8095         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
Nortel L2/3 Copper GbESM for IBM     HC1    8096         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    8097         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    8098         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    8099         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
Nortel Networks Layer 2-7 Gb         HC1    8100         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    8101         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 1
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    8102         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 3
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    8103         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 4
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    8104         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 2
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    8107         NC  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter in Bay 1
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    8108         NC  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter in Bay 2
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    8109         NC  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter in Bay 3
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    8110         NC  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter in Bay 4
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    8130          0  Initial
 Switch in Bay 7
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    8131          0  Initial
 Switch in Bay 8
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    8132          0  Initial
 Switch in Bay 9
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    8133          0  Initial
 Switch in Bay 10
System Documentation and             HC1    8549         NC  Initial
 Software-U.S. English
System Documentation and             HC1    8558         NC  Initial
 Software-French
Brocade 4 Gb 20-port SAN Switch      HC1    8958         NC  Initial
 Module in Bay 3
Brocade 4 Gb 20-port SAN Switch      HC1    8959         NC  Initial
 Module in Bay 4
Brocade 4 Gb 10-port SAN Switch      HC1    8960         NC  Initial
 Module in Bay 3
Brocade 4 Gb 10-port SAN Switch      HC1    8961         NC  Initial
 Module in Bay 4
McDATA 4 Gb  20-port Fibre Channel   HC1    8962         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 3
McDATA 4 Gb  20-port Fibre Channel   HC1    8963         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 4
McDATA 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8964         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 3
McDATA 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8965         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 4
QLogic 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8966         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 3
QLogic 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8967         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 4
QLogic 4 Gb 20-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8968         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 3
QLogic 4 Gb 20-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8969         NC  Initial
 
 Switch Module in Bay 4
Integrate in manufacturing           HC1    8971         NC  Initial
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    8973         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
Nortel Networks Layer 2-7 Gb         HC1    8974         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Nortel Networks Layer 2-7 Gb         HC1    8977         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Nortel Networks Layer 2-7 Gb         HC1    8979         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
SUSE Specify                         HC1    9203         NC  Initial
Drop-in-the-Box Specify              HC1    9205         NC  Initial
No Preload Specify                   HC1    9206         NC  Initial

The following are newly announced features on the specified models of the IBM xSeries 8750 machine type:

                                                             Initial/
                                                             MES/
                                            Feature Purchase both/
Description                          Model  number  price    support
 
BladeCenter HT (ac)                  HC1            $     0
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    1484        999  Initial
 BladeCenter
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    1493      4,999  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter
Nortel Networks Layer 2 -- 7 Gigabit HC1    1494      8,999  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Copper Gigabit HC1    1495      2,099  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    1496      3,999  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    1497      4,999  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    1498      4,999  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    1556      4,509  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter
QLogic 4 Gb 20-port Fibre Chan       HC1    1560     13,999  Initial
 Switch Module for IBM eServer BC
McDATA 4 Gb 20-port Fibre Chan       HC1    1562     15,999  Initial
 Switch Module for IBM eServer BC
Brocade 4 Gb 20-port SAN Switch      HC1    1569     14,999  Initial
 Module for IBM eServer BladeCenter
Brocade 4 Gb 10-port SAN Switch      HC1    1571      8,999  Initial
 Module for IBM eServer BladeCenter
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    1574     11,499  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter
QLogic 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    1575      8,999  Initial
 Switch Module for IBM eServer
 BladeCenter
McDATA 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    1576     10,999  Initial
 Switch Module for IBM eServer
 
 BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter KVM/Advanced         HC1    1604        849  Initial
 Management Module
Offload Manufacturing to ISTC        HC1    1770          0  Initial
Power Supply -- ac (BCHT)            HC1    1983      1,999  Initial
BCHT ac PS 1 and 2                   HC1    1986      1,999  Initial
Labels for BCHT (8740 and 8750)      HC1    2019         NC  Initial
Backplane with Bracket               HC1    2020         NC  Initial
Service Card                         HC1    2021         NC  Initial
IBM BladeCenter HT Advanced          HC1    2022        379  Initial
 Management Module Interposer
Multiplexer Expansion Module         HC1    2023         NC  Initial
Alarm Panel Module                   HC1    2024         NC  Initial
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    2035        359  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL)
Accessory Kit for 8750 ac System     HC1    2047         NC  Initial
Custom Asset Tagging -- Standard     HC1    2200         10  Initial
Custom Asset Tagging -- Standard     HC1    2201         20  Initial
Custom Labeling                      HC1    2220          5  Initial
Custom Palletization                 HC1    2221          5  Initial
Request for a new Vendor Logo        HC1    2247         NC  Initial
 Hardware
Request for an existing IBM Feature  HC1    2248         NC  Initial
Request for an existing Public RPQ   HC1    2249         NC  Initial
BladeCenter Chassis Configuration    HC1    2300        250  Initial
Department of Defense UID Label      HC1    2320         10  Initial
System Packaging -- WW               HC1    2558         NC  Initial
Base Hardware (ac Model)             HC1    2679         NC  Initial
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    2900        699  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter
QLogic Infiniband Ethernet Bridge    HC1    2941      8,149  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter
QLogic Infiniband Fibre Channel      HC1    2942      9,799  Initial
 Bridge Module for IBM BladeCenter
Nortel 10 Gb Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    2952      9,799  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter
Install in Rack 01                   HC1    3101         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 02                   HC1    3102         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 03                   HC1    3103         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 04                   HC1    3104         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 05                   HC1    3105         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 06                   HC1    3106         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 07                   HC1    3107         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 08                   HC1    3108         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 09                   HC1    3109         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 10                   HC1    3110         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 11                   HC1    3111         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 12                   HC1    3112         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 13                   HC1    3113         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 14                   HC1    3114         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 15                   HC1    3115         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 16                   HC1    3116         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 17                   HC1    3117         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 18                   HC1    3118         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 19                   HC1    3119         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 20                   HC1    3120         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 21                   HC1    3121         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 22                   HC1    3122         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 23                   HC1    3123         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 24                   HC1    3124         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 25                   HC1    3125         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 26                   HC1    3126         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 27                   HC1    3127         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 28                   HC1    3128         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 29                   HC1    3129         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 30                   HC1    3130         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 31                   HC1    3131         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 32                   HC1    3132         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 33                   HC1    3133         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 34                   HC1    3134         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 35                   HC1    3135         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 36                   HC1    3136         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 37                   HC1    3137         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 38                   HC1    3138         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 39                   HC1    3139         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 40                   HC1    3140         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 41                   HC1    3141         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 42                   HC1    3142         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 43                   HC1    3143         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 44                   HC1    3144         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 45                   HC1    3145         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 46                   HC1    3146         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 47                   HC1    3147         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 48                   HC1    3148         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 49                   HC1    3149         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 50                   HC1    3150         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 51                   HC1    3151         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 52                   HC1    3152         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 53                   HC1    3153         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 54                   HC1    3154         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 55                   HC1    3155         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 56                   HC1    3156         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 57                   HC1    3157         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 58                   HC1    3158         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 59                   HC1    3159         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 60                   HC1    3160         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 61                   HC1    3161         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 62                   HC1    3162         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 63                   HC1    3163         NC  Initial
Install in Rack 64                   HC1    3164         NC  Initial
Rack location U01                    HC1    3201         NC  Initial
Rack location U02                    HC1    3202         NC  Initial
Rack location U03                    HC1    3203         NC  Initial
Rack location U04                    HC1    3204         NC  Initial
Rack location U05                    HC1    3205         NC  Initial
Rack location U06                    HC1    3206         NC  Initial
Rack location U07                    HC1    3207         NC  Initial
Rack location U08                    HC1    3208         NC  Initial
Rack location U09                    HC1    3209         NC  Initial
Rack location U10                    HC1    3210         NC  Initial
Rack location U11                    HC1    3211         NC  Initial
Rack location U12                    HC1    3212         NC  Initial
Rack location U13                    HC1    3213         NC  Initial
Rack location U14                    HC1    3214         NC  Initial
Rack location U15                    HC1    3215         NC  Initial
Rack location U16                    HC1    3216         NC  Initial
Rack location U17                    HC1    3217         NC  Initial
Rack location U18                    HC1    3218         NC  Initial
Rack location U19                    HC1    3219         NC  Initial
Rack location U20                    HC1    3220         NC  Initial
Rack location U21                    HC1    3221         NC  Initial
Rack location U22                    HC1    3222         NC  Initial
Rack location U23                    HC1    3223         NC  Initial
Rack location U24                    HC1    3224         NC  Initial
Rack location U25                    HC1    3225         NC  Initial
Rack location U26                    HC1    3226         NC  Initial
Rack location U27                    HC1    3227         NC  Initial
Rack location U28                    HC1    3228         NC  Initial
Rack location U29                    HC1    3229         NC  Initial
Rack location U30                    HC1    3230         NC  Initial
Rack location U31                    HC1    3231         NC  Initial
Rack location U32                    HC1    3232         NC  Initial
Rack location U33                    HC1    3233         NC  Initial
Rack location U34                    HC1    3234         NC  Initial
Rack location U35                    HC1    3235         NC  Initial
Rack location U36                    HC1    3236         NC  Initial
Rack location U37                    HC1    3237         NC  Initial
Rack location U38                    HC1    3238         NC  Initial
Rack location U39                    HC1    3239         NC  Initial
Rack location U40                    HC1    3240         NC  Initial
Rack location U41                    HC1    3241         NC  Initial
Rack location U42                    HC1    3242         NC  Initial
Rack location A                      HC1    3251         NC  Initial
Rack location B                      HC1    3252         NC  Initial
Rack location C                      HC1    3253         NC  Initial
Rack location D                      HC1    3254         NC  Initial
Rack location E                      HC1    3255         NC  Initial
Rack location F                      HC1    3256         NC  Initial
Rack location T                      HC1    3259         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 01                       HC1    3301         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 02                       HC1    3302         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 03                       HC1    3303         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 04                       HC1    3304         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 05                       HC1    3305         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 06                       HC1    3306         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 07                       HC1    3307         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 08                       HC1    3308         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 09                       HC1    3309         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 10                       HC1    3310         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 11                       HC1    3311         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 12                       HC1    3312         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 13                       HC1    3313         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 14                       HC1    3314         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 15                       HC1    3315         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 16                       HC1    3316         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 17                       HC1    3317         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 18                       HC1    3318         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 19                       HC1    3319         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 20                       HC1    3320         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 21                       HC1    3321         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 22                       HC1    3322         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 23                       HC1    3323         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 24                       HC1    3324         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 25                       HC1    3325         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 26                       HC1    3326         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 27                       HC1    3327         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 28                       HC1    3328         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 29                       HC1    3329         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 30                       HC1    3330         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 31                       HC1    3331         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 32                       HC1    3332         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 33                       HC1    3333         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 34                       HC1    3334         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 35                       HC1    3335         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 36                       HC1    3336         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 37                       HC1    3337         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 38                       HC1    3338         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 39                       HC1    3339         NC  Initial
BladeCenter 40                       HC1    3340         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 01              HC1    3401         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 02              HC1    3402         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 03              HC1    3403         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 04              HC1    3404         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 05              HC1    3405         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 06              HC1    3406         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 07              HC1    3407         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 08              HC1    3408         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 09              HC1    3409         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 10              HC1    3410         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 11              HC1    3411         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 12              HC1    3412         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 13              HC1    3413         NC  Initial
BladeCenter location 14              HC1    3414         NC  Initial
1m LC-LC Fiber Cable (networking)    HC1    3700         79  Initial
5m LC-LC Fiber Cable (networking)    HC1    3701        129  Initial
25m LC-LC Fiber Cable (networking)   HC1    3702        189  Initial
InfiniBand 4x 3 meter DDR Cable      HC1    3712        339  Initial
InfiniBand 4x 8 meter DDR Cable      HC1    3713        435  Initial
3m Console Switch Cable (USB)        HC1    3751        125  Initial
1m Myricom Quad Fiber Cable          HC1    3766        239  Initial
3m Myricom Quad Fiber Cable          HC1    3767        269  Initial
10m Myricom Quad Fiber Cable         HC1    3768        365  Initial
1.5m, 10A/100-250V, C13 to IEC       HC1    3782        235  Initial
 320-C14 Rack Power Cable
3m 10 GBASE-CX4 Copper Cable         HC1    3783        265  Initial
10m 10 GBASE-CX4 Copper Cable        HC1    3784        355  Initial
0.6m Yellow Cat5e Cable              HC1    3791         16  Initial
1.5m Yellow Cat5e Cable              HC1    3792         17  Initial
3m Yellow Cat5e Cable                HC1    3793         19  Initial
10m Yellow Cat5e Cable               HC1    3794         29  Initial
25m Yellow Cat5e Cable               HC1    3795         47  Initial
0.6m Green Cat5e Cable               HC1    3796         16  Initial
1.5m Green Cat5e Cable               HC1    3797         17  Initial
3m Green Cat5e Cable                 HC1    3798         19  Initial
10m Green Cat5e Cable                HC1    3799         29  Initial
25m Green Cat5e Cable                HC1    3800         47  Initial
0.6m Blue Cat5e Cable                HC1    3801         16  Initial
1.5m Blue Cat5e Cable                HC1    3802         17  Initial
3m Blue Cat5e Cable                  HC1    3803         19  Initial
10m Blue Cat5e Cable                 HC1    3804         29  Initial
25m Blue Cat5e Cable                 HC1    3805         47  Initial
Infiniband 12x to (3) 4x Cable 3     HC1    4255        499  Initial
 meter for IBM eServer BladeCenter
InfiniBand 8 meter 4x Cable for IBM  HC1    4294        339  Initial
 eServer BladeCenter
InfiniBand 8 meter 12 to (3) 4x      HC1    4295        799  Initial
 Cable for IBM eServer BladeCenter
Infiniband 4x Cable 3 meter for IBM  HC1    4296        249  Initial
 eServer BladeCenter
IBM Short Wave SFP Module            HC1    4299        150  Initial
IBM 10 GbE 850nm Fiber XFP           HC1    4360      1,399  Initial
 Transceiver (SR)
IBM 10 GbE 1310nm Fiber XFP          HC1    4361      2,199  Initial
 Transceiver (LR)
IBM CX4 1.5 Meter Cable              HC1    4362         79  Initial
IBM CX4 3.0 Meter Cable              HC1    4363         99  Initial
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    4364        225  Initial
 Module SC Cable for IBM BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    4365        225  Initial
 Module LC Cable for IBM BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    4366         79  Initial
 Module Cable for IBM BladeCenter
IBM BladeCenter H Serial Port        HC1    4811         99  Initial
 Breakout Cable
IBM BladeCenter HT Bezel             HC1    4816        499  Initial
 (Incl Filter and Cable Mgmt Collar)
IBM BladeCenter HT Media Tray        HC1    4817        469  Initial
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    4818        349  Initial
 Switches and Bridge Bays
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    4820        999  Initial
 Switch Bay
IBM BladeCenter HT Compact Flash 1GB HC1    4821        359  Initial
IBM BladeCenter HT Compact Flash 4GB HC1    4822      1,099  Initial
AC Jumper Cord C19 Right Angle/C20   HC1    6527         99  Initial
QLogic InfiniBand Ethernet Bridge    HC1    7900          0  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter Bay 3
QLogic InfiniBand Ethernet Bridge    HC1    7901          0  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter Bay 4
QLogic InfiniBand Fibre Channel      HC1    7902          0  Initial
 Bridge Module for IBM BladeCenter
 Bay 3
QLogic InfiniBand Fibre Channel      HC1    7903          0  Initial
 Bridge Module for IBM BladeCenter
 Bay4
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    7904          0  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter in HSSM
 Bay 9
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    7905          0  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter in HSSM
 Bay 10
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    7906          0  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter in HSSM
 Bay 7
Cisco Systems 4X InfiniBand Switch   HC1    7907          0  Initial
 module for IBM BladeCenter in HSSM
 Bay 8
Nortel 10 GB Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    7908          0  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 7
Nortel 10 GB Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    7909          0  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 8
Nortel 10 GB Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    7910          0  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 9
Nortel 10 GB Ethernet Switch Module  HC1    7911          0  Initial
 for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 10
e1350 Special Bid Solution Component HC1    7929          0  Initial
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    7932          0  Initial
 Switches and Bridge in Bay 1
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    7933          0  Initial
 Switches and Bridge in Bay 2
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    7934          0  Initial
 Switches and Bridge in Bay 3
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb HC1    7935          0  Initial
 Switches and Bridge in Bay 4
Assm, HSS Interposer W/Inter-Switch  HC1    7950          0  Initial
 Link and Thumb Screws in Bay 7
Assm, HSS Interposer W/Inter-Switch  HC1    7951          0  Initial
 Link and Thumb Screws in Bay 8
Assm, HSS Interposer W/Inter-Switch  HC1    7952          0  Initial
 Link and Thumb Screws in Bay 9
Assm, HSS Interposer W/Inter-Switch  HC1    7953          0  Initial
 Link and Thumb Screws in Bay 10
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    7954          0  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL) in Bay 1
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    7955          0  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL) in Bay 2
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    7956          0  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL) in Bay 3
BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb     HC1    7957          0  Initial
 Switch/Bridge Bays with Interswitch
 Links (ISL) in Bay 4
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    8032         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 1
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    8033         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 2
e1350 Solution Component             HC1    8034         NC  Initial
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    8041         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    8042         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    8043         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
Server Connectivity Module for IBM   HC1    8044         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
No Blade                             HC1    8062         NC  Initial
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    8068         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 3
Nortel 10 Gb Uplink Ethernet Switch  HC1    8069         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 4
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    8070         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    8071         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Integrate BladeCenter in             HC1    8077         NC  Initial
 Manufacturing
No Ethernet Switch                   HC1    8083         NC  Initial
No Publications Selected             HC1    8086         NC  Initial
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    8087         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
Cisco Systems Intelligent Gigabit    HC1    8088         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    8089         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 1
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    8090         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 2
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    8091         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 3
IBM BladeCenter Copper Pass-thru     HC1    8092         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 4
Nortel L2/3 Copper GbESM for IBM     HC1    8093         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Nortel L2/3 Copper GbESM for IBM     HC1    8094         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Nortel L2/3 Copper GbESM for IBM     HC1    8095         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
Nortel L2/3 Copper GbESM for IBM     HC1    8096         NC  Initial
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    8097         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    8098         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    8099         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
Nortel Networks Layer 2-7 Gb         HC1    8100         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    8101         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 1
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    8102         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 3
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    8103         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 4
IBM BladeCenter Optical Pass-thru    HC1    8104         NC  Initial
 Module for IBM BladeCenter in Bay 2
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    8107         NC  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter in Bay 1
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    8108         NC  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter in Bay 2
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    8109         NC  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter in Bay 3
Cisco Systems Fiber Intelligent      HC1    8110         NC  Initial
 Gigabit Ethernet Switch Module for
 IBM BladeCenter in Bay 4
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    8130          0  Initial
 Switch in Bay 7
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    8131          0  Initial
 Switch in Bay 8
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    8132          0  Initial
 Switch in Bay 9
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS HC1    8133          0  Initial
 Switch in Bay 10
System Documentation and             HC1    8549         NC  Initial
 Software-U.S. English
System Documentation and             HC1    8558         NC  Initial
 Software-French
Brocade 4 Gb 20-port SAN Switch      HC1    8958         NC  Initial
 Module in Bay 3
Brocade 4 Gb 20-port SAN Switch      HC1    8959         NC  Initial
 Module in Bay 4
Brocade 4 Gb 10-port SAN Switch      HC1    8960         NC  Initial
 Module in Bay 3
Brocade 4 Gb 10-port SAN Switch      HC1    8961         NC  Initial
 Module in Bay 4
McDATA 4 Gb  20-port Fibre Channel   HC1    8962         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 3
McDATA 4 Gb  20-port Fibre Channel   HC1    8963         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 4
McDATA 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8964         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 3
McDATA 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8965         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 4
QLogic 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8966         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 3
QLogic 4 Gb 10-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8967         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 4
QLogic 4 Gb 20-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8968         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 3
QLogic 4 Gb 20-port Fibre Channel    HC1    8969         NC  Initial
 Switch Module in Bay 4
Integrate in manufacturing           HC1    8971         NC  Initial
Nortel Networks L2/L3 Fiber Gigabit  HC1    8973         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 4
Nortel Networks Layer 2-7 Gb         HC1    8974         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 1
Nortel Networks Layer 2-7 Gb         HC1    8977         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 2
Nortel Networks Layer 2-7 Gb         HC1    8979         NC  Initial
 Ethernet Switch Module for IBM
 BladeCenter in Bay 3
SUSE Specify                         HC1    9203         NC  Initial
Drop-in-the-Box Specify              HC1    9205         NC  Initial
No Preload Specify                   HC1    9206         NC  Initial

The Single Entity Offerings (SEO)

                                                              IBM
                                                      SEO     list
Description                                           number  price
 
IBM BladeCenter HT dc Power Model                     87401RU $13,999
IBM BladeCenter HT ac Power Model                     87501RU  13,499

Option SEO

                                                      SEO
Description                                           number  Price
 
IBM BladeCenter HT dc Power Supply Module             42C5279 $2,299
IBM BladeCenter HT ac Power Supply Module             42C5280  1,999
IBM BladeCenter HT 2-Post Rack Mount Kit              42C5281    399
IBM BladeCenter HT 4-Post Rack Mount Kit              42C5284    399
IBM BladeCenter HT Advanced Mgmt Module Interposer    42C5315    379
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb Switch and       42C5300    349
 Bridge Bays
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for Gb Switch/Bridge    42C5301    359
 Bays with Interswitch Links (ISL)
IBM BladeCenter HT Interposer for HS Switch Bay       42C5302    999
IBM BladeCenter HT Redundant Media Tray               42C5305    469
IBM BladeCenter HT Compact Flash 1 GB                 42C5307    359
IBM BladeCenter HT Compact Flash 4 GB                 42C5310  1,099
IBM BladeCenter HT Bezel (include Filter and Cable    42C5278    499
 Mgmt Collar)
IBM BladeCenter HT Filter (4 pack)                    42C5316    399
 
* IBM list price does not include tax or shipping and is
  subject  to change without notice.  Reseller prices may
  vary.

Publication charges: None

ServicePac for warranty and maintenance charges (Ivory Letter)

                                           ServicePac      ServicePac
Machine                                    part            TMF part
type/model     Description                 number          number
 
8740-1RU       1-year MA IOR 24 x 7        69P9385         6756D37
8750-1RU       2-hour average response     69P9385
 
8740-1RU       2-year MA IOR 24 x 7        96P2104         6756D59
8750-1RU       2-hour average response     96P2104
 
8740-1RU       3-year IOR 24 x 7           21P2065         6756021
8750-1RU       2-hour average response     21P2065
 
8740-1RU       4-year IOR 24 x 7           69P9205         6756100
8750-1RU       2-hour average response     69P9205
 
8740-1RU       5-year IOR 24 x 7           69P9209         6756091
8750-1RU       2-hour average response     69P9209
 
8740-1RU       1-year MA IOR 24 x 7        69P9384         6756D36
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     69P9384
 
8740-1RU       2-year MA IOR 24 x 7        96P2103         6756D58
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     96P2103
 
8740-1RU       3-year IOR 24 x 7           30L9185         6756338
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     30L9185
 
8740-1RU       4-year IOR 24 x 7           69P9204         6756099
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     69P9204
 
8740-1RU       5-year IOR 24 x 7           69P9208         6756090
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     69P9208
 
8740-1RU       1-year MA IOR 9 x 5         69P9383         6756D35
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     69P9383
 
8740-1RU       2-year MA IOR 9 x 5         96P2102         6756D57
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     96P2102
 
8740-1RU       3-year IOR 9 x 5            41L2736         6756075
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     41L2736
 
8740-1RU       4-year IOR 9 x 5            69P9203         6756098
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     69P9203
 
8740-1RU       5-year IOR 9 x 5            69P9207         6756089
8750-1RU       4-hour average response     69P9207
 
8740-1RU       1-year MA IOR 9 x 5         69P9382         6756D34
8750-1RU       NBD response                69P9382
 
8740-1RU       2-year MA IOR 9 x 5         96P2101         6756D56
8750-1RU       NBD response                96P2101
 
8740-1RU       4-year IOR 9 x 5            69P9202         6756097
8750-1RU       NBD response                69P9202
 
8740-1RU       5-year IOR 9 x 5            69P9206         6756088
8750-1RU       NBD response                69P9206

These ServicePac offerings are valid for models announced in the United States.

Maintenance service charges (legacy)(IOR)

Alternative service (warranty service upgrades)

Machine                        IWR
type/model                     24 x 7
 
740-1Rx                        $750
750-1Rx                         750

Maintenance service

Machine                     IO8                      IOR
type/model                  9 x 5                    24 x 7
 
8740-1Rx                    $475                     $713
8750-1Rx                     475                      713

For ServiceElect (ESA) maintenance service charges, contact IBM Global Services at 888-IBM-4343 (426-4343).

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