IBM eServer p5 550 enhances offerings in the entry server environment

IBM United States Hardware Announcement 104-253
July 13, 2004

 

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At a glance

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The model 550 offers:

  • 64-bit scalability offering 2- and 4-way configurations
  • Powerful, symmetric multiprocessing (SMP), e-business server
  • Deskside or rack-mount configuration
  • Performance and capacity needed by demanding e-business applications
  • Up to 64 GB of memory
  • Up to 1174.4 GB of internal disk storage
  • Eight hot-swap disk bays and a maximum of five hot-swap PCI-X slots for feature expandability
  • Cluster 1600 enhancements
  • Two slimline media bays for DVD-ROM and DVD-RAM
  • One media bay for tape drive
  • Dynamic logical partitioning and optional Capacity Upgrade on Demand

For ordering, contact:

Your IBM representative, an IBM Business Partner, or IBM Americas Call Centers at 800-IBM-CALL (Reference: RE001).
 
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Overview

The IBM eServer p5 550 Deskside and Rack-mount Server (9113-550) gives you new tools for managing e-business, greater application flexibility, and innovative technology — all designed to help you capitalize on the e-business revolution. With its two processor positions, the model 550 is available in 2- and 4-way configurations.

The symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) uses a 2-way, state-of-the-art, 64-bit, copper-based, POWER5™ microprocessor running at 1.65 GHz. The 2-way processor card has 36 MB L3 cache and 8 DIMM slots. The base 1 GB of main memory can be expanded to 64 GB for faster performance and exploitation of 64-bit addressing as used in large database applications.

The p5-550 contains up to 11 bays. There are four front-accessible, hot-swap-capable DASD bays in a minimum configuration with an additional four hot-swap-capable DASD bays optional. The eight DASD bays can accommodate up to 1174.4 GB of disk storage. Two of the remaining three bays are used for a DVD-ROM and a DVD-RAM, and the third bay can contain a tape drive.

Other integrated features include:

  • Five hot-swap 3.3-V PCI-X slots or four hot-swap 3.3-V PCI-X slots and one slot to support the Dual Port RIO-2 I/O Hub
  • Service Processor
  • Two 10/100/1000 Ethernet ports
  • Dual Ultra320 SCSI controllers (internal) with optional RAID adapter
  • Two serial ports and two USB ports
  • Two HMC ports
  • Two remote I/O (RIO-2) ports
  • Hot-swap power and cooling
  • Redundant cooling

Dynamic logical partitioning (LPAR), with micro-partitioning, and Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CUoD) are supported on the p5-550.

The p5-550 is added to the hardware models supported with the pSeries® Cluster 1600 running Cluster Systems Management (CSM) for V1.4 (AIX® or Linux™). For hardware control using CSM, an HMC is required.
 
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Key prerequisites

If installing AIX on the system (one of these):

  • AIX 5L for POWER™ V5.2 with the 5200-04 Recommended Maintenance Package (APAR IY56722), or later
  • AIX 5L for POWER V5.3, or later

If installing Linux on the system (one of these):

  • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER, or later
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER Version 3 (planned availability: September 30, 2004)

 
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Planned availability dates
  • August 31, 2004
  • September 30, 2004, for feature number 6593

 
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Description

Model 550

Summary of standard features:

  • Deskside or rack-mount (4 U) configurations
  • 2-way and 4-way SMP design (one or two 2-way processor cards)
  • 1.65 GHz POWER5 64-bit processor
    • 36 MB L3 cache
  • 1 GB of DDR-I 266 MHz ECC memory
    • Expandable to 64 GB
  • Eight hot-swap disk drive bays — two 4-packs
    • Four standard and four optional
  • Three media bays:
    • One DVD-ROM (optional)
    • One DVD-RAM (optional)
    • One tape drive (optional)

    Note: Either a DVD-ROM or DVD-RAM is required in a minimum configuration.

  • A maximum of five hot-swap PCI-X slots:
    • Four 64-bit, 3.3 volt, 133 MHz (long).
    • One 64-bit, 3.3 volt, 133 MHz (short). This slot can be used to support the Dual Port RIO-2 I/O Hub (#1806).
  • One 4-pack disk drive enclosure
  • One media backplane
  • Integrated:
    • Dual 10/100/1000 Ethernet
    • Two Ultra320 SCSI controllers (internal) with optional RAID adapter
    • Service Processor
    • Hot-swap and redundant fans
    • Two USB ports
    • Two serial ports
    • Two HMC ports
    • Two remote I/O (RIO-2) ports
  • One power supply, 1475 watt AC, base (redundant power optional)
  • AIX 5L V5.2 or V5.3, or later, or SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER, or later, or Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER V3

The minimum model 550 configuration must include a processor, memory, power supply, hard disk drive, a disk drive enclosure, a DVD-ROM or DVD-RAM, a media backplane card, a power cord, one or two configuration indicators, two processor activations, and a language group specify. The defaults, if no choice is made, are:

2-way, 1.65 GHz Processor          (#5237)
Two processor activations          (2 x #7871, or 1 x #7871
                                    and 1 x #8450)
Processor power regulator          (#7876)
1 GB memory DIMM                   (#4444)
Power supply, 1475 watt            (#7889)
 ac, base
Disk drive 36.4 GB HDD             (#3273)
4-pack disk drive enclosure        (#6592)
DVD-ROM                            (#2640)
Media backplane                    (#7877)
Configuration indicators           #7887 for deskside system;
                                    #7886 and #7162 or #7163
                                     for rack-mount system
Language group specify             (#9300 or 97xx)
Power cord                         (#6458, #6460, #6469-#6479,
                                    #6487, #6488, #6493-#6496)

A keyboard, mouse, graphics adapter, and monitor are available as options.

IBM p5 550 Value Paks

Value Paks are only available as Initial Order.

If you order a model 550 with the 2-way processor (#5237) and a minimum configuration of memory and disks, you will qualify for a processor activation at no additional charge. The number of processors, total memory, and quantity/size of disk are the only features that determine if a customer is entitled to processor activations at no additional charge. You will also be entitled to a discounted AIX operating system license or may choose to purchase the system with no operating system. The discounted AIX operating system license is processed via a feature number on AIX.

All Value Paks consist of a standard configuration that must be part of the order. Customers can deselect the defaults in the Value Paks, but they will then not be entitled to the activations at no additional charge.

The minimum criteria for processor activations at no additional charge are 2 GB of memory per active processor and two 73.4 GB hard disk drives.

You may make upgrades to the standard features as needed and still qualify for processor activations at no additional charge, and a discounted AIX operating system license. Deselection of the Value Pak defaults will disqualify the order as a Value Pak.

  • Value Pak 1:
    • 2-way 1.65 GHz processor (1 x #5237)
      • 4 GB memory (2 x #4447)
      • 2 x 73.4 GB disk drive (#3274)
      • 1 standard activation (1 x #7871)

        Receive one processor activation (#8450) at no additional charge. Two processors are activated.

  • Value Pak 2:
    • 2 x 2-way 1.65 GHz processor (2 x #5237)
      • 8 GB memory (2 x #4445)
      • 2 x 73.4 GB disk drive (#3274)
      • 2 standard activations (2 x #7871)

        Receive two processor activations (#8450) at no additional charge. Four processors are activated.

Reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS)

Reliability, fault tolerance, and data integrity: The reliability of the model 550 system starts with components, devices, and subsystems that are designed to be fault tolerant. During the design and development process, subsystems go through rigorous verification and integration testing processes. During system manufacturing, systems go through a thorough testing process to help ensure highest product quality level.

The model 550 system L3 cache and system memory offers ECC (error checking and correcting) fault-tolerant features. ECC is designed to correct environmentally induced, single-bit, intermittent memory failures and single-bit hard failures. With ECC, the likelihood of memory failures will be substantially reduced. ECC also provides double-bit memory error detection that helps protect data integrity in the event of a double-bit memory failure. System memory also provides 4-bit packet error detection that helps to protect data integrity in the event of a DRAM chip failure. The system bus, I/O bus, and PCI buses are designed with parity error detection.

Disk mirroring and disk controller duplexing capability are also provided by the AIX operating system. Linux supports DASD mirroring (RAID 1). This is supported in software using the md driver. There are also hardware RAID adapters supported under Linux that support mirroring.

The Journaled File System maintains file system consistency and reduces the likelihood of data loss when the system is abnormally halted due to a power failure.

PCI extended error handling (EEH)1: In the past, PCI bus parity errors caused a global machine check interrupt, which eventually required a system reboot to continue. In the POWER5 systems, new I/O drawer hardware, system firmware, and AIX interaction have been designed to allow transparent recovery of intermittent PCI bus parity errors and graceful transition to the I/O device available state in the case of a permanent parity error in the PCI bus. This mechanism is called PCI extended error handling (EEH). EEH-enabled adapters respond to a special data packet generated from the affected PCI slot hardware by calling system firmware, which will examine the affected bus, allow the device driver to reset it, and continue without a system reboot. Currently, Linux does not support the EEH behavior. In the event of a PCI error, the system will machine check and a reboot will be required to continue.

1
Indicates that this RAS function is not supported under Linux.

Memory error correction extensions: The standard memory has single-error-correct and double-error-detect ECC circuitry designed to correct single-bit memory failures. The double-bit detection is designed to help maintain data integrity by detecting and reporting multiple errors beyond what the ECC circuitry can correct. The memory chips are organized such that the failure of any specific memory module only affects a single bit within an ECC word (bit scattering), thus allowing for error correction and continued operation in the presence of a complete chip failure (Chipkill™ recovery).

The memory also utilizes memory scrubbing and thresholding to determine when spare memory modules, within each bank of memory, if available, should be used to replace ones that have exceeded their threshold value (dynamic bit steering).

Redundancy for array self-healing: Although the most likely failure event in a processor is a soft single-bit error in one of its caches, there are other events that can occur, and they need to be distinguished from one another. For the L1, L2, and L3 caches and their directories, hardware and firmware keep track of whether permanent errors are being corrected beyond a threshold. If exceeded, a deferred repair error log is created. Additional run-time availability actions, such as CPU vary off2 or L3 cache line delete, are also initiated.

L1 and L2 caches and L2 and L3 directories on the POWER5 chip are manufactured with spare bits in their arrays that can be accessed via programmable steering logic to replace faulty bits in the respective arrays. This is analogous to the redundant bit steering employed in main storage as a mechanism that is designed to help avoid physical repair, and is also implemented in POWER5 systems. The steering logic is activated during processor initialization and is initiated by the built-in system-test (BIST) at power-on time.

L3 cache redundancy is implemented at the cache line granularity level. Exceeding correctable error thresholds while running causes invocation of a dynamic L3 cache line delete function.

2
Indicates that this RAS function is only available for a Linux operating system running the 2.6 kernel.

Service Processor: The Service Processor included in the model 550 gives you an immediate means to diagnose, check status, and sense operational conditions of a remote system, even when the main processor is inoperable.

The Service Processor enables firmware and operating system surveillance, several remote power controls, environmental monitoring (only critical errors are supported under Linux), reset, boot features, remote maintenance, and diagnostic activities, including console mirroring. The Service Processor can place calls to report surveillance failures, critical environmental faults, and critical processing faults.

Fault monitoring functions

  • BIST (built-in self-test) and POST (power-on self-test) check processor, L3 cache, memory, and associated hardware are required for proper booting of the operating system, every time the system is powered on. If a noncritical error is detected or if the errors occur in the resources that can be removed from the system configuration, the booting process is designed to proceed to completion. The errors are logged in the system nonvolatile RAM (NVRAM).
  • Disk drive fault tracking can alert the system administrator of an impending disk failure before it impacts customer operation.
  • The AIX or Linux log (where hardware and software failures are recorded and analyzed by the Error Log Analysis [ELA] routine) warns the system administrator about the causes of system problems. This also enables IBM service representatives to bring along probable replacement hardware components when a service call is placed, thus minimizing system repair time.

Mutual surveillance: The Service Processor can monitor the operation of the firmware during the boot process, and it can monitor the operating system for loss of control. It also allows the operating system to monitor for Service Processor activity. The Service Processor can take appropriate action, including calling for service, when it detects the firmware or the operating system has lost control. Likewise, the operating system can request a Service Processor repair action, if necessary.

Environmental monitoring functions

  • Temperature monitoring increases the fan speed rotation when ambient temperature is above the normal operating range.
  • Temperature monitoring warns the system administrator of potential environmental related-problems (for example, air conditioning and air circulation around the system) so that appropriate corrective actions can be taken before a critical failure threshold is reached. It also performs an orderly system shutdown when the operating temperature exceeds the critical level.
  • Fan speed monitoring provides a warning and an orderly system shutdown when the speed is out of operational specification.
  • Voltage monitoring provides warning and an orderly system shutdown when the voltages are out of operational specification.

Error handling and reporting: In the unlikely event of system hardware or environmentally induced failure, the system run-time error capture capability systematically analyzes the hardware error signature to determine the cause of failure. The analysis result will be stored in system NVRAM. When the system can be successfully rebooted either manually or automatically, the error will be reported to the AIX or Linux operating system. Error Log Analysis (ELA) can be used to display the failure cause and the physical location of failing hardware.

With the integrated Service Processor, the system has the ability to automatically send out an alert via phone line to a pager or call for service in the event of critical system failure. A hardware fault will also turn on the two Attention Indicators (one located on the front of the system unit and the other on the rear of the system unit) to alert the user of an internal hardware problem. The indicator may also be turned on by the operator as a tool to allow system identification. For identification, the indicators will flash, whereas the indicator will be on solid when an error condition occurs.

Availability enhancement functions

  • The auto-restart (reboot) option, when enabled, can reboot the system automatically following an unrecoverable software error, software hang, hardware failure, or environmentally induced (AC power) failure.

Serviceability: The model 550 is designed for customer setup of the machine and for subsequent addition of most features (adapters/devices)4. For a fee, IBM Service can perform the installation.

  • The model 550 allows customers to replace service parts customer replaceable unit (CRU) if they want to do so. To accomplish this, the model 550 has incorporated LEDs that will indicate the parts needing to be replaced.
  • The model 550 allows support personnel to remotely log into a system to review error logs and perform remote maintenance. The model 550 Service Processor enables the analysis of a system that will not boot.
  • The diagnostics consist of Stand-alone Diagnostics, which are loaded from the DVD-ROM drive, and Online Diagnostics.
  • Online Diagnostics1 when installed, are resident with AIX on the disk or system. They can be booted in single-user mode (service mode), run in maintenance mode, or run concurrently (concurrent mode) with other applications. They have access to the AIX Error Log and the AIX Configuration Data.
    • Service mode allows checking of system devices and features.
    • Concurrent mode allows the normal system functions to continue while selected resources are being checked.
    • Maintenance mode allows checking of most system resources.
  • For results of Service Processor tests, access the error log from the Service Processor menu.

Service Agent: The Service Agent is available at no additional charge. When installed on an eServer system, the Service Agent can enhance IBM's ability to provide the system with maintenance service.

The Service Agent:

  • Monitors and analyzes system errors, and if needed, can automatically place a service call to IBM without customer intervention
  • Can help reduce the effect of business disruptions due to unplanned system outages and failures
  • Performs problem analysis on a subset of hardware-related problems and, with customer authorization, can report automatically the results to IBM Service

Online Customer Support (OCS)1: OCS for hardware problem reporting may be performed via remote login by eServer specialists using normal AIX facilities. The Service Agent software can also be used for this capability.

AIX Support offerings will be under AIXSERV and Electronic Service Agent™.

Trademarks

 
POWER5, POWER, Chipkill, Electronic Service Agent, EIA, and ThinkVision are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
The e-business logo, eServer, pSeries, and AIX are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries, or both
 
Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

IBM eServer Customer Technology Center

The IBM eServer Customer Technology Center (CTC) announces availability of services for pSeries®, providing software services for IBM Business Partners and small and medium businesses customers.

The CTC:

  • Is part of the IBM eServer® development laboratory
  • Is available for projects worldwide
  • Assists IBM Business Partners and customers in developing and enhancing e-business applications
  • Helps with all phases of application development
  • Reuses proven software components to greatly shorten the development cycle and help ensure quality solutions
  • Has worked with Business Partners and customers worldwide to deliver core business applications that are optimized for an IBM eServer environment

The IBM CTC is an organization of highly skilled application programmers, most of whom have their roots in IBM eServer development labs. They are part of IBM eServer and have the mission to ensure successful eServer deployments. They are experienced with developing solutions with WebSphere®, Java™, and other e-business technologies.

The CTC works with customers and Business Partners on a worldwide basis, using efficient development processes to speed application deployment and minimize costs. The CTC can also work hand-in-hand with Business Partners and your customers to help them build similar application skills.

To engage the CTC for your next pSeries project, contact:

    Mark Even
    eServer Custom Technology Center Opportunity Manager
    IBM U.S.
    Telephone: 507-253-1313
    even@us.ibm.com

    Eric Aquaronne
    eSeries Custom Technology Center Opportunity Manager
    IBM EMEA
    Telephone: 33 49211 5791
    aquaronn@fr.ibm.com

IBM Tivoli® Security

Overview: Tivoli security-ready clients and agents are planned to be preinstalled on IBM eServer POWER5™ servers running AIX® 5L V5.2 beginning in August 2004. Preinstalled Tivoli security-ready clients and agents for POWER4+™ and POWER4™ pSeries servers running AIX 5L V5.2 are planned to also be available beginning in August 2004. IBM intends to preinstall security-ready clients and agents on IBM eServer and pSeries POWER™ servers that support AIX 5L V5.3 in the future.

The preinstalled security clients and agents software when coupled with optional and extra cost server-based IBM Tivoli security management solution offerings, are designed to help IBM eServer and pSeries customers address a fundamental and heightened customer need for more secure on demand systems.

Tivoli security (identity) management solutions are designed to provide two critical layers of additional defense beyond the traditional perimeter defense provided by firewalls, antivirus software, and intrusion-detection software — a security control layer and a security policy compliance layer.

The Tivoli control layer determines which server users can access and what users may view and do. The Tivoli security compliance layer helps to ensure that customers are in, and remain in, compliance with security policies while helping assess security risk and initiating responses to security events.

Highlights IBM Tivoli Security-Ready Clients/Agents: Now every IBM eServer and pSeries POWER5, POWER4+, and POWER4 server with AIX 5L V5.2 is available with preinstalled Tivoli security-ready client and agent software.

  • Client for IBM Tivoli Access Manager for Operating System AIX
  • Agent for IBM Tivoli Identity Manager
  • Agent for IBM Tivoli Risk Manager
  • Client for IBM Tivoli Security Compliance Manager

To use each Tivoli security-ready client or agent, acquisition of the following corresponding server-based Tivoli security management product offering is required.

  • IBM Tivoli Access Manager for Operating System AIX
  • IBM Tivoli Identity Manager
  • IBM Tivoli Risk Manager
  • IBM Tivoli Security Compliance Manager

When preinstalled, the security-ready clients/agents are designed to help simplify the implementation and enablement of Tivoli security management solutions. The solutions enable a consistent enforcement of security management policies across eServer, pSeries, and AIX 5L as well as across heterogeneous server environments running UNIX®, Linux™, and Microsoft™ Windows™ operating systems.

Optional IBM Tivoli security management offerings for pSeries AIX 5L: Tivoli security-ready clients and agents for eServer and pSeries AIX 5L servers enable Tivoli security management software running on an eServer or a pSeries AIX 5L server to provide and manage two different layers of security (a control layer and a security policy compliance layer) for each connected and enabled server client. One Tivoli security management server can manage up to thousands of eServer or pSeries AIX 5L server clients. Security management capabilities include:

  • Secure and manage the pSeries AIX 5L Server: IBM Tivoli Access Manager for Operating System AIX is optional extra cost server-based enablement software that provides multiple eServer or pSeries AIX 5L server clients with IBM mainframe-class security. Access Manager can lock down and harden the AIX 5L operating system at the root level, thereby helping to secure applications and protect data, meet customer security audit requirements, and reduce security administration costs.
  • Set up and manage the users: IBM Tivoli Identity Manager is optional extra cost server-based enablement software that automates the creation and management of multiple user accounts. Identity Manager helps to significantly shorten the time for provisioning users from weeks to minutes and automatically discovers invalid user accounts.
  • Manage security operations: IBM Tivoli Risk Manager is optional extra cost server-based enablement software that centrally monitors, reports, and manages security events. Risk Manager helps to radically improve the administration of the whole security management environment.
  • Audit security policies for compliance: IBM Tivoli Security Compliance Manager is optional extra cost server-based enablement software that checks the server system, middleware, and applications for vulnerability and adherence to customer security policies. Security Compliance Manager determines violations against security policies that are provided by IBM or modified or written by the customer.

Complementary (Security) Offering IBM Tivoli Directory Server

  • Store users and their identities: IBM Tivoli Directory Server is server-based enablement software. Directory Server is foundation service software for building security-rich and standards-compliant identity infrastructure solutions. It provides a robust and lightweight directory access protocol (LDAP) and offers a choice of providing simple user ID and password authentication or robust digital certificate-based authentication. Directory Server is provided as part of the AIX 5L V5.2 Expansion Pack.

Customer value: Tivoli security management solutions for pSeries AIX 5L can significantly help meet the heightened and growing customer need for a more secure on demand IT and server operating environment.

Tivoli security-ready client and agent software provides customer value when preinstalled. Preinstallation with AIX 5L will help save installation planning and implementation time when the clients/agents are security-enabled by Tivoli security management (server) offerings.

Significant additional customer value is provided when the Tivoli security-ready clients/agents are connected to and enabled by Tivoli security management (server) software:

  • Helps protect and optimize IT resources by controlling who has access to what
  • Helps reduce the cost of security administration and support
  • Helps manage complexity with a single user sign-on and unified user experience
  • Helps validate compliance against security policies and audits requirements

IBM value: SOSWOS (Sell Our Stuff With Our Stuff): Tivoli security-ready clients/agents and Tivoli security management solution offerings further differentiate the value of eServer, pSeries, and AIX 5L when compared to UNIX competitors such as HP and Sun Microsystems. When marketed and sold together as an integrated security management solution, eServer, pSeries, AIX 5L, and Tivoli are a winning combination.

IBM Tivoli security management solutions information sources

All statements regarding IBM's future direction and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice and represent goals and objectives only.

Linux support

Information on features and external devices supported by Linux on the model 550 can be found at

For certain external machine types supported on the model 550, if those I/O adapters are not supported by SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER, or later, or Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER V3, the external machine types cannot be ordered unless the system will be running a different operating system on the model 550 that supports the I/O adapter. The configurator will produce a validation error and the configurator user will have to remove the external machine type from the initial order.

Some functions and features are not available when the model 550 is used with Linux only.

Dynamic logical partitioning

The new dynamic logical partitioning (LPAR) function provides enhanced resource management for the p5-550 server. Dynamic LPAR allows available system resources to be quickly and easily configured across multiple logical partitions to meet the rapidly changing needs of your business. Dynamic LPAR also allows you to add new system resources such as newly activated CUoD processors or new hot-plug PCI adapters into your system's configuration without requiring a reboot. As many as four LPARs are supported in a 4-way model 550 without the Advanced POWER Virtualization feature (#7941). If the Advanced POWER Virtualization feature is installed in the system, up to 10 dynamic LPARs per processor (20 per 2-way processor card) are supported in the stand-alone SMP server configuration on the model p5-550. Dynamic LPAR requires the use of a Hardware Management Console (HMC).

Dynamic logical partitioning is supported by the following levels of the AIX and Linux operating systems:

  • AIX 5L for POWER V5.2, or later
  • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER, or later

Dynamic LPAR is not supported by Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER V3.

An IBM 7310-CR2 Rack-mounted HMC or 7310-C03 Desktop HMC is required to manage POWER5 processor-based servers implementing partitioning. Multiple partitions and multiple POWER5 processor-based servers can be supported by an HMC, located locally or remotely attached to the IBM eServer.

The HMC is not required for a partition to run, but is required for a p5-550 system to create, define, and change the partition.

Capacity on Demand (CoD)

CoD adds operational and configuration flexibility for pSeries systems. Available for a fee, CoD allows additional processors to be added as they are needed. Processors can be brought online to meet increasing workload demands. If the system is configured for dynamic LPAR (DLPAR), this can be accomplished without impacting operations. This feature has significant value for users who want to upgrade without disruption, enhance their system RAS (reliability, availability, serviceability) characteristics, or simply grow with a finer level of granularity. The CoD features allow a system to be manufactured (or upgraded in your locale) with inactive processors. The hardware is delivered with the processors built in, ready to be activated when needed. It can be turned on by ordering the type of activation desired, at which time the user is provided an activation code to enable the processors.

An additional benefit of the CoD offering is dynamic processor sparing. For environments with CoD, dynamic processor sparing allows inactive processors to act as dynamic spares. An inactive processor is activated if a failing processor reaches a predetermined error threshold, thus helping to maintain performance and improve system availability. Starting with AIX 5L V5.2, this capability is offered on pSeries servers with CoD to help minimize the impact to server performance caused by a failed processor. Dynamic processor sparing will happen dynamically and automatically when using DLPAR and the failing processor is detected prior to failure. If a failure is not detected, DLPAR is not being used; a reboot of the system or partition activates an alternate processor from the inactive spares. The user can then reestablish required performance levels without waiting for parts to arrive on-site. Dynamic processor sparing does not require the purchase of an activation code; it requires only that the system have inactive CoD.

Types of CoD

After a system with the CoD features is delivered, they can be activated in the following ways:

  • Permanent Capacity Upgrade on Demand (CUoD)
  • On/Off Capacity on Demand
  • Reserve Capacity on Demand
  • Trial Capacity on Demand

Permanent CUoD

The CUoD (#7941) for processors on the p5-550 allows you to have inactive processors installed in your system that can be easily activated as your business needs require. You must install 2-way processors and activate at least two processors. When you need additional processing power, you simply order activation features that increase the number of active processors in your system in increments of one. Feature number 7871 (minimum of 2, maximum of 4) is ordered as needed to activate processors. CUoD for processors on the model 550 is implemented via a keyed approach. When an activation order is received, you will receive an encrypted key, which enables the system's machine code to activate the processors.

The Capacity Upgrade on Demand is supported by the following levels of the AIX and Linux operating systems:

  • AIX 5L for POWER V5.2, or later
  • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER, or later

CUoD is not supported by Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER V3.

An IBM 7310-CR2 Rack-Mounted HMC or 7310-C03 Desktop HMC is required to manage POWER5 processor-based servers implementing CoD. Multiple POWER5 processor-based servers can be supported by an HMC, located locally or remotely attached to the IBM eServer.

On/Off CoD

On/off CoD (#7930 and #7931) enables users to temporarily activate processors and memory. This offering provides a system manager an interface to manage the activation and deactivation of resources. A monitor that resides on the server logs the usage activity and periodically reports this information back to IBM. A usage bill is then generated based on the selected quantity and duration of processor and memory resources. Billing increments are in processor day and memory (1 GB) days.

Reserve CoD

Reserve CoD (#7934) represents an "autonomic" way to activate temporary capacity. Reserve CoD enables the user to place a quantity of inactive processors into the server's Shared Processor Pool, which then become available to the pool's resource manager. When the server recognizes the number of base (purchased/active) processors assigned across uncapped partitions have been 100% utilized, and at least 10% of an additional processor is needed, then a processor day (good for a 24-hour period) is charged against the Reserve CoD account balance. Another processor day will be charged for each additional processor put into use based on the 10% utilization rule. After a 24-hour period elapses and there is no longer a need for the additional performance, no processor days will be charged until the next performance spike.

Trial CoD

Trial CoD (Trial CoD) is a function delivered with all pSeries servers supporting CoD. Those servers with inactive CUoD processors or memory will be capable of using a one-time, no-cost activation for a maximum period of 30 consecutive days. This enhancement allows for benchmarking of CoD resources or can be used to provide immediate access to inactive resources when the purchase is pending.

Advanced POWER Virtualization

Advanced POWER Virtualization (#7941) allows customers to create partitions in units of less than 1 CPU (sub-CPU LPARs) and allows the same system I/O to be virtually added to these partitions. The optional feature, available for a fee, also includes a software component that provides cross-partition workload management. Advanced POWER Virtualization combines three components:

  • A firmware feature to turn on micro-partitioning (#7941)
  • A software feature to activate the I/O Virtualization
  • A software feature providing partition load management

At initial order entry, selecting feature number 7941 will result in micro-partitioning being enabled during manufacture and the enabling software media and publications being shipped to the customer. When ordering feature number 7941 as an MES, an activation key will be posted on an IBM Web site and the customer must retrieve it and install it on the system. The IBM Web site is

Other features of Advanced POWER Virtualization:

  • If any processors in a system have the Virtualization feature, all active processors must have it.
  • Once the Virtualization feature is installed in a system, it cannot be removed.
  • Virtual Ethernet and Virtual Storage are part of Advanced POWER Virtualization.
  • Partition Load Manager provides automated CPU and memory resource management across AIX 5L 5.2 and 5.3 logical partitions.

Advanced POWER Virtualization is supported by the following levels of the AIX and Linux operating systems:

  • AIX 5L for POWER V5.3, or later
  • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER, or later
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER V3

 
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Publications

The following information will be shipped with the 9113-550. Additional copies are available. To order, contact your IBM representative.

                                                       Order
Title                                                  number
 
IBM eServer Hardware Information Center                SK3T-8159
 CD-ROM
IBM eServer Safety Information                         G229-9054
Start Here for eServer                                 SA41-5156
IBM Statement of Limited Warranty                      Z125-4753
IBM License Agreement for Machine Code                 Z125-5468
Pointer Sheet for Machine Internal Code                GC52-1065
 License Agreement

Hardware books such as installation guides, user's guides, and service guides are available to download or view at

AIX documentation can be found at

The Publication Notification System (PNS) is available by order number/product number. Customers currently subscribing to PNS will automatically receive notifications by e-mail. Customers who want to subscribe, to the PNS Web site location at

The publications listed on the notification can be ordered by calling the Publication Support Group in Raleigh at 800-879-2755, option 1. The 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. Furthermore, a large number of publications are available online in various file formats, which can currently be downloaded free of charge.

Note: PNS subscribers most often order their publications via the Publication Center.
 
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Services

Integrated 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 for e-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 education offerings related to specific products, visit

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

Physical specifications

Deskside/Desktop:

  • Width: 201 mm (7.9 in)
  • Depth: 779 mm (30.7 in)
  • Height: 533 mm (21.1 in)

Rack-mount:

  • Width: 437 mm (17.2 in)
  • Depth: 731 mm (28.8 in)
  • Height: 178 mm (7 in)

Weight:

  • Minimum configuration: 41.4 kg (91 lb)
  • Maximum configuration: 57.0 kg (125 lb)

Operating environment

  • Temperature: (nonoperating) 5° to 45°C (41° to 113°F)

    Recommended temperature (operating) 5° to 35°C (41° to 95°F)

  • Relative humidity: 8% to 80%
  • Maximum wet bulb: (Power off) 27°C (80°F)
  • Operating voltage:
    • 1- to 2-way 100 to 127 or 200 to 240 V ac (auto-ranging)
    • Operating voltage: 4-way 200 to 240 V ac
  • Operating frequency: 47/63 Hz
  • Power consumption: 1100 watts (maximum)
  • Thermal output: 2,557 Btu/hour (maximum)
  • Power source loading
    • 0.789 kVA (maximum configuration)
    • Maximum altitude: 3,048 m (10,000 ft)

Noise level and sound power

  • Sound power:
    • Model 550 rack-mount — 6.0 bels idle/6.0 bels operating
    • Model 550 deskside — 6.6 bels idle/6.8 bels operating

EMC Conformance Classification: This equipment is subject to FCC rules and shall comply with the appropriate FCC rules before final delivery to the buyer or centers of distribution.

  • U.S.: FCC Class A for Deskside/Desktop; FCC Class A for Rack Mount
  • Europe: CISPR 22 Class A for Deskside/Desktop; CISPR 22 Class A for Rack Mount
  • Japan: VCCI-A for Deskside/Desktop; VCCI-A for Rack Mount
  • Korea: Korean Requirement Class A for Deskside/Desktop; Class A Rack Mount
  • China: People's Republic of China commodity inspection law

Homologation — Telecom Environmental Testing (Safety and EMC): Homologation approval for specific countries has been initiated with the IBM Homologation and Type Approval (HT&A) organization in LaGaude, France. This pSeries model and applicable features meet the environmental testing requirements of the country Telecom and have been designed and tested in compliance with the Full Quality Assurance Approval (FQAA) process as delivered by the British Approval Board for Telecom (BABT), the U.K. Telecom regulatory authority.

Product safety/country testing/certification

  • UL 60950-1 First Edition 1950 Underwriters Laboratory, Safety Information
  • CSA C22.2 No. 60950-1-03 First Edition
  • EN60950 European Norm
  • IEC 60950-1, Edition 1, and 60950 Third Edition International Electrotechnical Commission, Safety Information
  • Nordic deviations to IEC-950 1st Edition, as outlined in document EMKO-TSE(05-SEC) 200/93

General requirements: The product is in compliance with IBM Corporate Bulletin C-B 0-2594-000 Statement of Conformity of IBM Product to External Standard (Suppliers Declaration).

Hardware requirements

Model 550 minimum system configuration: The model 550 server can be configured to incorporate up to two 2-way processors, 64 GB of system memory, five PCI adapters, and multiple media devices, as desired. This flexibility is made available through the many optional features for the model 550.

Each model 550 must include a minimum of the following items:

  • One system Central Electronics Complex (CEC) enclosure with the following items:
    • One power cord (#6458, #6460, #6469-#6479, #6487, #6488, #6493-#6498)
    • One language group specify (#9300 or #97xx)
  • One processor power regulator (#7876)
  • Two processor activations (2 x #7871, or 1 x #7871 and 1 X #8450)
  • One processor card
    • POWER5 processor — 2-way 1.65 GHz, 36 MB L3 Cache (#5237)
  • Choose 1 GB minimum memory from:
    • 1024 MB Memory (4 x 256 MB DIMMs) (#4444)
    • 2048 MB Memory (4 x 512 MB DIMMs) (#4447)
    • 4096 MB Memory (4 x 1024 MB DIMMs) (#4445)
    • 8192 MB Memory (4 x 2048 MB DIMMs) (#4449)
    • 16384 MB Memory (4 x 4096 MB DIMMs) (#4450)
  • Choose disk drive from:
    • 36.4 GB Ultra320 10,000 rpm (#3273)
    • 36.4 GB Ultra320 15,000 rpm (#3277)
    • 73.4 GB Ultra320 10,000 rpm (#3274)
    • 73.4 GB Ultra320 15,000 rpm (#3278)
    • 146.8 GB Ultra320 10,000 rpm (#3275)
  • Choose media devices from:
    • DVD-ROM (#2640)
    • DVD-RAM (#5751)
  • One 4-pack disk drive enclosure (#6592)
  • One Power supply, 1475 watt AC, Hot-swap, Base (#7889)
  • One Media Backplane Card (#7877)
  • Configuration indicator
    • #7887 for deskside system with IBM cover set
    • #7886 for rack-mount system with IBM bezel
    • #7162 for rack-mount system with IBM rack-mounting rails
    • #7163 for rack-mount system with OEM rack-mounting rails

    Note: If feature number 7886 is selected, either feature number 7162 or 7163 must be selected.

p5 Model 550 HA solution configuration — Rack configuration: The model 550 HA solution package must include a minimum of the following hardware and software that must be ordered together as specified:

Two model 550 servers, each incorporating:

  • Minimum model 550 configuration:
    • One 2-way (#5237) processor
    • One processor power regulator (#7876)
    • Two processor activations (2 x #7871, or 1 x #7871 and 1 x #8450)
    • 1 GB memory (#4444)
    • One 36.4 GB disk drive (#3273)
    • One 4-pack disk drive enclosure (#6592)
    • One DVD-ROM (#2640) or DVD-RAM (#5751)
    • One Power supply, 1475 watt AC, Hot-swap, Base (#7889)
    • One Media Backplane Card (#7877)
    • Two configuration indicators (#7886 for IBM bezel; #7162 for IBM rack-mounting rails or #7163 for OEM rack-mounting rails)
    • One power cord (#6458, #6460, #6469-#6479, #6487, #6488, #6493-#6498)
    • One language group specify (#9300 or #97xx)
  • Two SCSI adapters or one SCSI adapter and feature number 4273
  • Two LAN adapters (one integrated Ethernet port may be used)
  • One redundant CEC ac power supply (#7889)
  • One Asynchronous Adapter (#2943/#2944)
  • One Serial-to-Serial Port Cable for Drawer/Drawer (#3124/#3125)

Note: Only one serial cable (#3124/#3125) is needed for the two model 550 systems. Redundant dedicated heartbeat and messaging paths are required via LAN and asynch ports on each server.

  • One AIX 5L V5.2 or V5.3, or later, license
  • One HACMP™ license:
    • HACMP V5.2

      Note: HACMP V5 support of these boxes on AIX 5L 5.3, when available, will be detailed and updated in the HACMP V5 (5765-F62) Sales Manual.

  • One 7014-T00 or 7014-T42 System Rack, including:
    • Two Rack Content Specify: 9113-550 (#0230)
    • One Rack Content Specify: 2104-DS4 (#0204)
    • One Power Distribution Unit, Side Mount (#6171, #6173, or #6174)

Note: Additional optional 7014-T00 or 7014-T42 features can be added.

  • One 2104-DS4 Expandable Storage Plus, including:
    • Four disk drives
    • One or two Ultra320 cables
    • One Rochester Manufacturing Integration (#0987) or Dublin Manufacturing Integration (#0970)

Note: Additional optional 2104-DS4 features can be added.

RAID: Internal RAID is available on the model 550. A number of options are available to customers wanting to install RAID on their systems:

  1. Install feature number 5709, the Dual Channel SCSI RAID Enablement Card. Install four disk drives in feature number 6592, the Ultra320 SCSI 4-pack enclosure. This will allow RAID capabilities within a single 4-pack of DASD.
  2. Install feature number 5709. Install a second feature number 6592. This will allow RAID capabilities across two 4-packs of DASD.
  3. Install feature number 5709. Install feature number 6593, the Ultra320 SCSI 4-Pack Enclosure for Disk Mirroring. Install feature number 5703, the PCI-X Dual Channel Ultra320 SCSI RAID Adapter. Install feature number 4267, the SCSI cable that connects the PCI Adapter to feature number 6593.

Software requirements

If installing AIX on the system (one of these):

  • AIX V5L for POWER V5.2 with the 5200-04 Recommended Maintenance Package (APAR IY56722), or later

    Note: The Advanced POWER Virtualization feature (#7941) is not supported on AIX 5L for POWER V5.2.

  • AIX 5L for POWER V5.3, or later

If installing Linux on the system (one of these):

  • SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER, or later
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER V3 (planned availability date: September 30, 2004)

    Note: Not all p5-550 system features available under the AIX operating system are available under the Linux operating system.

Information on features and external devices supported by Linux on the model 550 can be found at

If installing the model 550 server within the Cluster 1600:

  • CSM V1.4 (AIX or Linux)

Limitations

System

  • External SCSI Port Enablement Cable
    • When feature number 4273 is installed in the system, a second 4-pack disk enclosure (second #6592 or first #6593) cannot be installed.
    • One PCI-X slot is required.
    • The maximum external cable length supported by feature number 4273 is 6 meters.
    • When an HMC is connected to the system, the integrated serial ports are rendered nonfunctional. In this case, the customer must install an asynchronous adapter for serial port usage.

Processor cards

  • A minimum of two processors on one processor card is required on an order with a maximum of four processors on two processor cards.
  • One or two 2-way processor cards (#5237) may be installed in a system.
    • At least one processor activation feature (#7871) must be ordered.
    • A maximum of two processor activation features (#7871) are allowed per processor card (#5237) ordered.
    • A minimum of two processor activation features (2 x #7871, or 1 x #7871 and 1 x #8450) are required.
    • A processor power regulator (#7876) is required for each processor card installed in the system.
  • Each processor card contains 32 KB of data cache and 64 KB of instruction cache.
  • Each processor card contains 1.9 MB of Level 2 cache.

Power supply

  • The base machine contains one ac power supply with a second available for redundancy.

Redundant power supply/Fans

  • Second optional ac (#7889) power supply
  • Redundant fans standard

Dynamic logical partitioning

  • This function is supported by AIX and the Linux 2.6 kernel, which is currently available only in SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER.

Power cords

  • On a 4-way p5-550 system (2 x # 5237), a 220 V power cord is required. Cannot use feature number 6460, 6470, 6471, or 6488.

System memory

  • A maximum of 64 GB of system memory available with two processor cards installed in the system.
  • Eight memory DIMM slots are on a processor card. Maximum system memory with one processor card is 32 GB.
  • A minimum of 1 GB of memory is required.
  • Memory DIMMs (#4444, #4445, #4447, #4449, and #4450) must be ordered and installed in quads.
  • Memory feature numbers may be mixed within a system.

Figure 1. Memory features

                          Feature     Minimum    Maximum
Feature                   number      quantity   quantity
 
1024 MB                    4444          0          4
 (4 x 256 MB DIMMs)
 
2048 MB                    4447          0          4
 (4 x 512 MB DIMMs)
 
4096 MB                    4445          0          4
 (4 x 1024 MB DIMMs)
 
8192 MB                    4449          0          4
 (4 x 2048 MB DIMMs)
 
16384 MB                   4450          0          4
 (4 x 4096 MB DIMMs)

I/O drawers: Model 550 systems can be attached to 7311-D20 I/O drawers using the standard RIO-2 ports and the optional Dual Port RIO-2 I/O Hub (#1806).

  • Maximum of eight drawers per system
  • Maximum of two RIO loops

PCI card slots: The model 550 has a maximum of five hot-plug PCI-X slots

  • Slots 1 to 4 are long, 64-bit, 3.3 V, and run at 133 MHz.
  • Slot 5 is physically shared by either a PCI-X adapter or the Dual Port RIO-2 I/O Hub (#1806). The PCI-X adapter installed in slot 5 must be a short card.

Graphics adapters

  • A graphics adapter, keyboard, and mouse are not required in the minimum configuration.
  • The maximum number of graphics adapters supported in the model 550 is two.

I/O adapters

  • Feature number 5709 is not plugged into a slot.
  • Refer to Figure 2 for additional I/O adapter limitations.
  • The adapter installed in slot 5 must be short.
  • Feature number 5718 requires that two processor cards be installed in the system.

Figure 2. I/O adapter features

 
                               Feature  Max  Slot
I/O Adapter                    number   qty  priority    Size
 
2-Port USB PCI                  2738     2   3,1,4,2,5   Short
8-Port Async                    2943     2   3,1,4,2,5   Short
128-Port Async                  2944     2   3,1,4,2,5   Short
Artic960 Hx 4-ports             2947     4   3,1,4,2     Long
2-Port Multiprotocol            2962     4   3,1,4,2,5   Short
 GXT135P Graphics
Accelerator                     2849     2   3,1,4,2,5   Short
4/16 Token Ring                 4959     4   3,1,4,2,5   Short
10/100 Ethernet                 4962     5   3,1,4,2,5   Short
Gigabit Ethernet                5700     5   3,4,1,5,2   Short
10/100/1000 Ethernet            5701     5   3,4,1,5,2   Short
PCI-X Ultra320 SCSI RAID        5703     4   3,1,4,2     Long
2-Port 10/100/1000 Ether.       5706     5   3,4,1,5,2   Short
2-Port Gigabit Ether.-SX        5707     5   3,4,1,5,2   Short
SCSI RAID Enablement Card       5709     1   N/A         N/A
PCI-X Ultra320 SCSI             5712     5   3,1,4,2,5   Short
Ultra SCSI Differential         6204     2   3,1,4,2,5   Short
Quad Digital Trunk              6312     3   3,1,4,2     Long
2 Gb Fibre Channel PCI-X        5716     5   3,1,4,2,5   Short
10 Gigabit Ethernet PCI-X       5718     1   3,4,5       Short

Storage devices/bays

  • The 550 has two DASD 4-packs in the system, one mandatory (#6592) and one optional (#6592 or #6593).
  • Media bays can contain an optional DVD-ROM (#2640 or follow-on) in bay 2 and 3, an optional DVD-RAM (#5751 or follow-on) in bay 2 and 3, and an optional tape drive (#6120, #6134, #6258, or follow-ons) in bay 4.
  • Either a DVD-ROM (#2640) or DVD-RAM (#5751) must be selected.
  • If optional tape drive feature number 6258, 6120, or 6134 is installed, cable feature number 4263 is required. Cable feature number 4263 requires 6258, 6120, or 6134 to be installed.
  • The first optical device can only be installed in the top slimline bay in the rack configuration.
  • Place smallest-capacity DASD first, then place DASD with next highest capacity. Install DASD in ascending order capacity until all DASDs are in place.
  • Boot DASD is placed in DASD slot 8. If the system has one 4-pack installed, DASD is filled in slots 7, 6, and 5. If two 4-packs are installed, DASD is filled in slots 4, 7, 3, 6, 2, 5, and 1.

Figure 3. Storage device features

                            Maximum                   Feature
Device                      quantity   Bay            number
 
DVD-ROM (IDE)                  2       Media 2/3      2640
DVD-RAM (IDE)                  2       Media 2/3      5751
4-mm 36/72 GB Tape (LVD)       1       Media 4        6258
8-mm 60/150 GB Tape (LVD)      1       Media 4        6134
8-mm 80/160 GB Tape (LVD)      1       Media 4        6120
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm             8       DASD 1-8       3273
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk,
 Hot-swap
 
36.4 GB 15,000 rpm Ultra320    8       DASD 1-8       3277
 SCSI Disk, Hot-swap
 
73.4 GB 10,00 rpm              8       DASD 1-8       3274
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk,
 Hot-swap
 
73.4 GB 15,000 rpm             8       DASD 1-8       3278
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk, Hot-swap
 
146.8 GB 10,00 rpm,            8       DASD 1-8       3275
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk, Hot-swap
 
Ultra320 SCSI 4-pack           2       System Planar  6592
 
Ultra320 SCSI 4-pack for       1       System Planar  6593
 disk mirroring

Linux operating system: For customers installing SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9 for POWER, or later, or Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS for POWER Version 3, refer to the following Web site for information on supported I/O adapters and storage devices

Planning information

Cable orders: No cables required.

Security, auditability, and control

This product uses the security and auditability features of host software and application software.

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

Integrated Technology Services

Integrated Technology Services offers customers a comprehensive list of On-site Services to implement, manage, and tune the OpenPower 720. Each service is tailored to the specific configuration and customer requirements. Among available services are:

  • Implementation Services for pSeries p5 and pSeries LPAR. Planning and implementation of OpenPower 720, including on-site installation of hardware and system software, and configuration of the LPAR environment.
  • IBM Migration Services for OpenPower. Planning assistance and education for migrating to an OpenPower environment.
  • IBM Implementation Services for eServer Cluster 1600. Installation, configuration, customization, testing, and verification of a clustered environment.
  • High Availability Cluster Implementation for eServer. Design, development, and implementation of high availability cluster environment for critical business needs.
  • IBM Technology Assessment and Consulting Services. Consulting services that analyze IT resources, identify cost-saving opportunities through consolidation, and recommend environmental changes to reduce the total cost of computing.

Contact your IBM Representative for the complete list of selected services available in your country, either as standard or customized offerings, for the efficient installation, implementation, and integration of this product.
 
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Terms and conditions

This product is available for purchase under the terms of the IBM Customer Agreement.

Each IBM machine is manufactured from parts that may be new or used. In some cases, a machine may not be new and may have been previously installed.

Regardless, IBM's appropriate warranty terms apply.

Volume orders: Contact your IBM representative.

IBM Global Financing: No

Warranty period: One year

Warranty service: If required, IBM provides repair or exchange service depending on the type of warranty service specified for your machine. An IBM technician will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone. You must follow IBM's problem determination and resolution procedures. 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) service (for example, keyboard, mouse, speaker, memory, or HDD)

CRU service

IBM provides replacement CRUs 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. CRUs are designated as being either a Tier 1 or a Tier 2 CRU. Installation of Tier 1 CRUs 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 following type of warranty service specified. Tier 1 CRUs are specified in the following section. 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 is shipped with the replacement CRU
  • You may be charged for the replacement CRU if IBM does not receive the defective CRU within 30 days of your receipt of the replacement

The following parts have been designated as Tier 1 CRU parts:

  • Battery
  • DVD drive
  • Fan
  • Disk drive
  • Power cord
  • Operator panel
  • Power supply
  • All PCI adapters
  • Service Processor

On-site service

  • IBM will repair the failing machine at your location and verify its operation. You must provide a suitable working area to allow disassembly and reassembly of the IBM machine. The area must be clean, well-lit, and suitable for the purpose.
  • IM on-site repair (IOR), Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time, excluding holidays, next-business-day (NBD) service.

Warranty service upgrade: If required, IBM provides repair or exchange warranty service upgrades depending on the type of service specified for your machine. An IBM technician will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone. You must follow IBM's problem determination and resolution procedures. 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. Service levels are response time objectives and are not guaranteed. The specified level of 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.

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

The following warranty service upgrade options are available:

  • IOR, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time, excluding holidays, 4-hour average response3
  • IOR, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 4-hour average response3
  • IOR, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 2-hour average response3

The designation of a part as IOR or CRU is independent of response time. It is possible that when upgrading to a warranty with improved response time, the appropriate problem resolution will still be to ship a CRU part to the customer for that installation. IBM will replace a CRU part at your request at no charge, if the system is covered by a same-day warranty service upgrade.

3
This type of repair service provides a response objective and is not a guarantee.

ServiceSuite™ and ServiceElect (formerly ESA) maintenance: For ServiceElect (Z125-5510) and ServiceSuite (Z125-5745) Statements of Work:

Maintenance services: If required, IBM provides repair or exchange service upgrades depending on the type of service specified for your machine. An IBM technician will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone. You must follow IBM's problem determination and resolution procedures. 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 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.

CRU service

  • If your problem can be resolved with a CRU (for example, keyboard, mouse, speaker, memory, or HDD), 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 at your request. CRUs are designated as being either a Tier 1 or a Tier 2 CRU. When you acquire next-business-day response On-site Service, installation of Tier 1 CRUs 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 service specified: On-site Service. When you acquire 2- or 4-hour average response On-site Service, you may install both Tier 1 and Tier 2 CRUs yourself or request IBM to install it, at no additional charge. 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
    • You may be charged for the replacement CRU if IBM does not receive the defective CRU within 30 days of your receipt of the replacement
  • On-site Service: IOR, 9 hours per day, Monday through Friday excluding holidays, NBD response or 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, same-day response. IBM will repair the failing machine at your location and verify its operation. You must provide a suitable working area to allow disassembly and reassembly of the IBM machine. The area must be clean, well-lit, and suitable for the purpose.
    • IOR, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time, excluding IBM holidays, NBD service
    • IOR, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. local time, excluding IBM holidays, 4-hour average response3
    • IOR, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 4-hour average response3
    • IOR, 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 2-hour average response3

IBM will replace a CRU part at your request, at no charge, if the system is covered by a same-day maintenance service.

Usage plan machine: No

IBM hourly service rate classification: Two

When a type of service involves the exchange of a machine part, the replacement may not be new, but will be in good working order.

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 charges: Yes. The applicable processor group is: E5

Licensed machine code: IBM machine code is licensed for use by a customer on the IBM machine for which it was provided by IBM under the terms and conditions of the IBM License Agreement for Machine Code, to enable the machine to function in accordance with its specifications, and only for the capacity authorized by IBM and for which the customer has paid. Machine code may sometimes be referred to as "Licensed Internal Code" (LIC) in documentation or on the machine with which the machine code was delivered. All such code, whether referred to or marked as machine code or LIC is subject to the IBM License Agreement for Machine Code.

Should it become necessary for IBM to make changes to machine code, IBM will make the changes available at the IBM p5 technical support page on ibm.com. If the machine does not function as warranted and your problem can be resolved through your application of machine code changes, you are responsible for downloading and installing the designated machine code changes as IBM specifies. You may request IBM to install machine code changes; however, you may be charged for the installation of such changes.

Educational allowance: A reduced charge is available to qualified education customers. The educational allowance may not be added to any other discount or allowance.
 
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IBM Electronic Services

IBM Global Services has transformed its delivery of hardware and software support services to put you on the road to higher systems availability. IBM Electronic Services is a Web-enabled solution that provides you with an exclusive, no-additional-charge enhancement to the service and support on the IBM eServer. You should benefit from greater system availability due to faster problem resolution and preemptive monitoring. IBM Electronic Services is comprised of two separate but complementary elements: IBM Electronic Services news page and IBM Electronic Service Agent™.

IBM Electronic Services news page provides you with a single Internet entry point that replaces the multiple entry points traditionally used by customers to access IBM Internet services and support. By using the news page, it enables you to gain easier access to IBM resources for assistance in resolving technical problems.

The IBM Electronic Service Agent is no-additional-charge software that resides on your IBM eServer system that is designed to proactively monitor events and transmit system inventory information to IBM on a periodic customer-defined timetable. The IBM Electronic Service Agent tracks system inventory, hardware error logs, and performance information. If the server is under a current IBM maintenance service agreement or within the IBM warranty period, the Service Agent automatically reports hardware problems to IBM. Early knowledge about potential problems enables IBM to provide proactive service that maintains higher system availability and performance. In addition, information collected through the Service Agent will be made available to IBM service support representatives when they are helping answer your questions or diagnosing problems.

To learn how IBM Electronic Services can work for you, visit


 
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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 eServer 9113 machine type:

                              Feature  Purchase
Description                   number   price      MMMC(4)   CSU
 
Machine type/model 9113-550
 
eServer MT 9113                       $      0       $171    Yes
Active, 8 Memory              5237       4,547         86    Yes
 DIMM Slots
IBM 80/160 GB Internal        6120       2,495         61    Yes
 Tape Drive with VXA
 Technology
60/150 GB 16-bit              6134       5,206        133    Yes
 8-mm Internal Tape
 Drive
36/72 GB 4-mm Internal        6258       2,495         61    Yes
 Tape Drive
Ultra320 SCSI 4-Pack          6592         244         61    Yes
Ultra320 SCSI 4-Pack          6593         250         86    Yes
 for Disk Mirroring
One Processor Activation      7871       3,700         69    Yes
 for CUoD Processor
 Feature #5237
On/Off Processor              7930           0          0    Yes
 Enablement for CoD
On/Off Processor              7931          41          0    Yes
 Billing for CoD
Reserve Capacity              7934       1,233          0    Yes
 Prepaid for CoD
Zero-priced Value Pak         8450           0         69    Yes
 Processor Activation
 Code for #5237
4
Monthly minimum maintenance charge

                                                  Initial/
                              Feature  Purchase   MES/            RP
Description                   number   price      Both      CSU   MES
 
Machine type/model 9113-550
 
AIX Partition Specify         0265      $    0    Both      Yes   No
Linux Partition Specify       0266           0    Both      Yes   No
CCS Customer Service          0986          NC    Initial
 Specify (U.S.)
 
Dual Port RIO-2               1806       3,000    Both      Yes   No
 I/O Hub
PCI SCSI Adapter 16-Bit       2114         225    Both      Yes   No
 Differential External
 Y Cable
Converter Cable, VHDCI        2118          50    Both      Yes   No
 to P, Mini 68-pin
 to 68-pin, 0.3M
0.6M 16-bit SCSI-2            2424          90    Both      Yes   No
 System-to-System Cable
2.5M 16-bit SCSI-2            2425         108    Both      Yes   No
 System-to-System Cable
LC-SC 50 Micron Fiber         2456          83    Both      Yes   No
 Converter Cable
LC-SC 62.5 Micron Fiber       2459          83    Both      Yes   No
 Converter Cable
External USB 1.44 MB          2591          83    Both      Yes   No
 Diskette Drive
IDE Slimline DVD-ROM          2640         378    Both      Yes   No
 Drive
2-Port USB PCI Adapter        2738         250    Both      Yes   No
POWER GXT135P Graphics        2849         412    Both      Yes   No
 Accelerator with
 Digital Support
 
                                                  Initial/
                              Feature  Purchase   MES/            RP
Description                   number   price      Both      CSU   MES
 
ARTIC960Hx 4-Port
 EIA(TM)-232 Cable            2861      $  354    Both      Yes   No
 X.21 Cable                   2863         417    Both      Yes   No
 V.35 (DTE) Cable             2864         700    Both      No    No
ARTIC960RxD Quad DTA,         2877          25    Both      No    No
 H.100, 4-Drop Cable
Asynchronous Terminal/        2934          37    Both      Yes   No
 Printer Cable EIA-232
Asynchronous Cable            2936          61    Both      Yes   No
 EIA-232/V.24
8-Port Asynchronous           2943       1,162    Both      Yes   No
 Adapter EIA-232/
 RS-422, PCI bus
128-Port Asynchronous         2944       1,079    Both      Yes   No
 Controller, PCI bus
IBM ARTIC960Hx 4-Port         2947       3,021    Both      Yes   No
 Multiprotocol PCI
 Adapter
Cable, V.24 / EIA-232         2951         146    Both      Yes   No
Cable, V.35                   2952         267    Both      Yes   No
Cable, V.36 / EIA-499         2953         212    Both      Yes   No
Cable, X.21                   2954         146    Both      Yes   No
2-Port Multiprotocol          2962       1,666    Both      Yes   No
 PCI Adapter
Serial-to-Serial Port
 Cable for Drawer/Drawer      3124          67    Both      Yes   No
 Cable for Rack/Rack          3125          67    Both      Yes   No
RIO-2 (Remote I/O-2)
 Cable, 1.2M                  3146         350    Both      Yes   No
 Cable, 3.5M                  3147         550    Both      Yes   No
 Cable, 10M                   3148         850    Both      Yes   No
 Cable, 1.75M                 3156         400    Both      Yes   No
 Cable, 2.5M                  3168         450    Both      Yes   No
36.4 GB 10,000 rpm            3273         750    Both      Yes   No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
73.4 GB 10,000 rpm            3274       1,400    Both      Yes   No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
146.8 GB 10,000 rpm           3275       1,999    Both      Yes   No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
36.4 GB 15,000 rpm            3277       1,771    Both      Yes   No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
73.4 GB 15,000 rpm            3278       2,715    Both      Yes   No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
L200P Flat Panel              3636        1645    Both      Yes   No
 Monitor
IBM T541H/L150p 15" TFT       3637         625    Both      Yes   No
 Color Monitor
IBM C220p 21-inch Color       3638         829    Both      Yes   No
 Monitor, Business Black,
 and Cable
ThinkVision(TM) L170p Flat    3639         829    Both      Yes   No
 Panel Monitor
Service Package               3752          62    Both      Yes   No
Serial Port Converter         3925          21    Both      Yes   No
 Cable, 9-Pin to 25-Pin
Asynch Printer/Terminal       3926          76    Both      Yes   No
 Cable, 9-pin to
 25-pin, 4M
6-Foot Extender Cable         4242          83    Both      Yes   No
 for Displays (15-pin
 D-shell to 15-pin D-shell)
Extender Cable --             4256          42    Both      Yes   No
 USB Keyboards, 2M
 
                                                  Initial/
                              Feature  Purchase   MES/            RP
Description                   number   price      Both      CSU   MES
 
SCSI Cables (Power            4263     $    83    Both      Yes   No
 and Logic), PCI Riser to
 SCSI LVD Media Device;
 Mounting Tray
SCSI Cable, PCI Adapter       4267          50    Both      Yes   No
 to Hot-Swap Disks
External SCSI Port            4273         226    Both      Yes   No
 Enablement Cable
H-100 Bus 8-position          4353          83    Both      No    No
 Cable
1024 MB (4 x 256 MB)          4444       1,100    Both      Yes   No
 DIMMs, 208-pin, 266 MHz
 DDR SDRAM
4096 MB (4 x 1024 MB)         4445       3,550    Both      Yes   No
 DIMMs, 208-pin, 266 MHz
 DDR SDRAM
2048 MB (4 x 512 MB)          4447       1,700    Both      Yes   No
 DIMMs, 208-pin, 266 MHz
 DDR SDRAM
8192 MB (4 x 2048 MB)         4449      12,375    Both      Yes   No
 DIMMs, 208-pin, 266 MHz
 DDR Stacked SDRAM
16 GB (4 x 4096 MB)           4450      45,000    Both      Yes   No
 DIMMs, 208-pin,
 266 MHz DDR Stacked
 SDRAM
Rack Status Beacon Cable,     4691          10    Both      Yes   No
 Junction Box to Drawer
 or Status Beacon
Rack Status Beacon Cable,     4692          10    Both      Yes   No
 Junction Box Daisy Chain
Rack Status Beacon            4693         292    Both      Yes   No
 Junction Box
IBM Token-Ring PCI            4959         662    Both      Yes   No
 Adapter
10/100 Mbps Ethernet          4962         412    Both      Yes   No
 PCI Adapter II
Customer Service Specify      5001          NC    Initial
Software Preinstall           5005           0    Initial
2-Way 1.65 GHz POWER5         5237       4,547    Both      Yes   No
 CUoD Processor Card,
 0-Way Active, 8 Memory
 DIMM Slots
IBM Gigabit Ethernet-SX       5700       1,416    Both      Yes   No
 PCI-X Adapter
IBM 10/100/1000 Base-TX       5701       1,066    Both      Yes   No
 Ethernet PCI-X Adapter
PCI-X Dual Channel            5703       3,000    Both      Yes   No
 Ultra320 SCSI RAID
 Adapter
IBM 2-Port 10/100/1000        5706       1,599    Both      Yes   No
 Base-TX Ethernet PCI-X
 Adapter
IBM 2-Port Gigabit            5707       2,124    Both      Yes   No
 Ethernet-SX PCI-X
 Adapter
Dual Channel SCSI             5709       2,175    Both      Yes   No
 RAID Enablement Card
PCI-X Dual Channel            5712         658    Both      Yes   No
 Ultra320 SCSI Adapter
2 Gigabit Fibre Channel       5716       2,267    Both      Yes   No
 PCI-X Adapter
10 Gigabit Ethernet           5718       5,000    Both      Yes   No
 PCI-X Adapter
IBM 4.7 GB IDE Slimline       5751       1,000    Both      Yes   No
 DVD-RAM Drive
 
                                                  Initial/
                              Feature  Purchase   MES/            RP
Description                   number   price      Both      CSU   MES
 
Power Control Cable
 (SPCN) --
  2 meter                     6001      $   25    Both      Yes   No
  3 meter                     6006          40    Both      Yes   No
  15 meter                    6007          70    Both      Yes   No
  6 meter                     6008          50    Both      Yes   No
  30 meter                    6029          90    Both      Yes   No
IBM 80/160 GB Internal        6120       2,495    Both      Yes   No
 Tape Drive with VXA
 Technology
60/150 GB 16-bit 8-mm         6134       5,206    Both      Yes   No
 Internal Tape Drive
PCI Universal Differential    6204         541    Both      Yes   No
 Ultra SCSI Adapter
36/72 GB 4-mm Internal        6258       2,495    Both      Yes   No
 Tape Drive
Quad Digital Trunk            6312       9,580    Both      No    No
 Telephony PCI Adapter
Power Cable -- Drawer         6458          14    Both      Yes   No
 to IBM PDU, 14-foot,
 250 V/10 A
Power Cord (14-foot),
 to Wall (125 V, 15 A),       6460          14    Both      Yes   No
  Plug Type #4
 to Wall, (250 V, 15 A),      6469          14    Both      Yes   No
  United States,
  Plug Type #5
Power Cord
 (6-foot), to Wall            6470          14    Both      Yes   No
  (125V, 15A), Plug
  Type #4
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6471          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (125 V, 15 A),
  Plug Type #70
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6472          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 16 A),
  Plug Type #18
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6473          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 10 A),
  Plug Type 19
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6474          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 13 A),
  Plug Type #23
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6475          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 16 A),
  Plug Type #32
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6476          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 10 A),
  Plug Type #24
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6477          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 16 A),
  Plug Type #22
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6478          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 16 A),
  Plug Type #25
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6479          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 10 A),
  Plug Type #6
 
                                                  Initial/
                              Feature  Purchase   MES/            RP
Description                   number   price      Both      CSU   MES
 
 (6-foot), to Wall,           6487      $   14    Both      Yes   No
  (250 V, 15 A), United
  States, Plug Type #5
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6488          40    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU, (125 V,
  15 A or 250 V, 10 A),
  Plug Type #2
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6493          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 10 A),
  Plug Type #62
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6494          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 10 A),
  Plug Type #69
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6495          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 10 A),
  Plug Type #64
 (9-foot), to Wall/           6496          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 10 A),
  Plug Type #66
 (6-foot), to Wall/           6497          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 15 A),
   Plug Type #10
 (6-foot), to Wall/           6498          14    Both      Yes   No
  OEM PDU,
  (250 V, 15 A),
  Plug Type #34
Ultra320 SCSI 4-Pack          6592         244    Both      Yes   No
Ultra320 SCSI 4-Pack          6593         250    Both      Yes   No
 for Disk Mirroring
IBM Rack-mount Drawer         7162         168    Both      Yes   No
 Rail Kit
OEM Rack-mount Drawer         7163         168    Both      Yes   No
 Rail Kit
AAP Software Pre-Install      7305          NC    Initial
 Indicator
Ethernet Cable, 6M,           7801          12    Both      Yes   No
 Hardware Management
 Console to System Unit
Ethernet Cable, 15M,          7802          26    Both      Yes   No
 Hardware Management
 Console to System Unit
One Processor Activation      7871       3,700    Both      Yes   No
 for CUoD Processor
 Feature #5237
Processor Power Regulator     7876         160    Both      Yes   No
Media Backplane               7877         120    Both      Yes   No
IBM Rack-mount Drawer         7886       4,033    Both      Yes   No
 Bezel and Hardware
IBM Deskside Cover Set        7887       4,201    Both      Yes   No
Power Supply, 1475 watt       7889         977    Both      Yes   No
 ac, Hot-swap, Base and
 Redundant
On/Off Processor
 Enablement for CoD           7930           0    MES       Yes   No
 Billing for CoD              7931          41    MES       Yes   No
Reserve Capacity              7934       1,233    Both      Yes   No
 Prepaid for CoD
Advanced POWER                7941         590    Both      Yes   No
 Virtualization
128-Port Asynchronous
 Controller Cable,
  4.5 Meter                   8131          50    Both      Yes   No
  23 cm (9 in)                8132          33    Both      Yes   No
 
                                                  Initial/
                              Feature  Purchase   MES/            RP
Description                   number   price      Both      CSU   MES
 
RJ-45 to DB-25                8133      $  100    Both      Yes   No
 Converter Cable
Rack-Mountable Remote         8136       2,083    Both      Yes   No
 Asynchronous Node
 16-Port EIA-232
Enhanced Remote               8137       1,329    Both      Yes   No
 Asynchronous Node
 16-Port EIA-232
Zero-priced Value Pak         8450           0    Both      Yes   No
 Processor Activation
 Code for #5237
Quiet Touch Keyboard --
 USB, Business Black,
  U.S. English, #103P         8800          83    Both      Yes   No
  French, #189                8801          83    Both      Yes   No
  Italian, #142               8802          83    Both      Yes   No
  German/Austrian, #129       8803          83    Both      Yes   No
  U.K. English, #166          8804          83    Both      Yes   No
  Spanish, #172               8805          83    Both      Yes   No
  Japanese, #194              8806          83    Both      Yes   No
  Brazilian/Portuguese,       8807          83    Both      Yes   No
   #275
  Canadian French, #058       8808          83    Both      Yes   No
  Belgian/Dutch, #120         8810          83    Both      Yes   No
  Swedish/Finnish, #153       8811          83    Both      Yes   No
  Danish, #159                8812          83    Both      Yes   No
  Bulgarian, #442             8813          83    Both      Yes   No
  Swiss/French/               8814          83    Both      Yes   No
   German, #150F/G
  Norwegian, #155             8816          83    Both      Yes   No
  Dutch #143                  8817          83    Both      Yes   No
  Portuguese, #163            8818          83    Both      Yes   No
  Greek, #319                 8819          83    Both      Yes   No
  Hebrew, #212                8820          83    Both      Yes   No
  Hungarian, #208             8821          83    Both      Yes   No
  Polish, #214                8823          83    Both      Yes   No
  Slovakian, #245             8825          83    Both      Yes   No
  Czech, #243                 8826          83    Both      Yes   No
  Turkish, #179               8827          83    Both      Yes   No
  LA Spanish, #171            8829          83    Both      Yes   No
  Arabic, #238                8830          83    Both      Yes   No
  Korean, #413                8833          83    Both      Yes   No
  Chinese/U.S., #467          8834          83    Both      Yes   No
  French Canadian, #445       8835          83    Both      Yes   No
  Thai, #191                  8836          83    Both      Yes   No
  Russian, #443               8838          83    Both      Yes   No
  Yugoslavian/Latin, #105     8839          83    Both      Yes   No
  U.S. English (EMEA),        8840          83    Both      Yes   No
   #103P
Mouse -- Business Black       8841          62    Both      Yes   No
 with Keyboard Attachment
 Cable
Southern Hemisphere           9004           0    Both      Yes   No
 Designator for Monitors
 
                                                  Initial/
                              Feature  Purchase   MES/
Description                   number   price      Both
 
Language Group Specify
 U.S. English                 9300          NC    Initial
 Dutch                        9700          NC    Initial
 French                       9703          NC    Initial
 German                       9704          NC    Initial
 Polish                       9705          NC    Initial
 Portuguese                   9707          NC    Initial
 Spanish                      9708          NC    Initial
 Italian                      9711          NC    Initial
 Canadian French              9712          NC    Initial
 Japanese                     9714          NC    Initial
 Traditional Chinese (Taiwan) 9715          NC    Initial
 Korean                       9716          NC    Initial
 Turkish                      9718          NC    Initial
 Hungarian                    9719          NC    Initial
 Slovakian                    9720          NC    Initial
 Russian                      9721          NC    Initial
 Simplified Chinese (PRC)     9722          NC    Initial
 Czech                        9724          NC    Initial
 Romanian                     9725          NC    Initial
 Slovenian                    9727          NC    Initial

The following are new features on the 9078-160:

                                                  Initial/
                              Feature  Purchase   MES/            RP
Description                   number   price      Both      CSU   MES
 
Machine type/model 9078-160
 
9113 Type Server              0019      $0        Both      No    No

Warranty service upgrades

 IOR            IOR             IOR
9 x 5          24 x 7          24 x 7
4-hour         2-hour         same day
 
$1,200         $5,220          $2,376

For ServiceElect (ESA) Maintenance Service charges, contact IBM Global Services at 888-IBM-4343 (426-4343).
 
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To identify your local IBM representative or IBM Business Partner, call 800-IBM-4YOU (426-4968).

 Phone:     800-IBM-CALL (426-2255)
 Fax:       800-2IBM-FAX (242-6329)
 Internet:  ibm_direct@vnet.ibm.com
 Mail:      IBM Americas Call Centers
            Dept:  IBM CALL, 11th Floor
            105 Moatfield Drive
            North York, Ontario
            Canada M3B 3R1
 
 Reference: RE001

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Note: Shipments will begin after the planned availability date.

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