IBM System/390 Integrated Server: A Cost-Effective Platform

Hardware Announcement
September 8, 1998
Announcement Letter Number: 198-211

Table of Contents:

(Corrected on October 28, 1998)

The Terms and Conditions section was revised to indicate that the Extended Maintenance Option applies.

(Corrected on October 5, 1998)

The Charges section was revised.

At a Glance

The new S/390 Integrated Server offers:

  • A cost effective replacement platform for older S/370 and S/390 processors.

  • For most workloads, performance comparable to 9221 Model 170

  • Entry Support License (ESL) pricing for S/390 Software Products

  • ESCON and Parallel capability

  • Integrated Communications Adapter (ICA) Emulation

  • Industry Standard PCI and ISA slots

  • Up to 255 GB of usable internal RAID-5 storage

  • N+1 Power

  • Year 2000 Support

  • LAN and WAN connectivity as the server, a client, or a dedicated S/390 Server

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Continuing its commitment to provide customers with increased flexibility and capability to meet their business requirements with a cost-effective computing environment, IBM is announcing the availability of the S/390 (R) Integrated Server.

The Integrated Server will integrate 256 MB of memory, internal Serial Storage Architecture (SSA) RAID-5 DASD, and features such as Enterprise Systems Connection (ESCON (R)) and parallel adapters, and an integrated battery backup unit within the system unit. Thirty-six GB of usable DASD will be installed in the base configuration. If customers need more SSA storage, they may increase the amount of usable storage up to 255 GB within the system unit. Customers will have the ability to use Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) I/O slots and Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) slots for ESCON and S/390 parallel channels, and industry standard connections to Local Area Networks (LANs), Wide Area Networks (WANs), and other peripheral devices. The S/390 Integrated Server is capable of executing S/390-based applications.

The Integrated Server supports current levels of OS/390 (R), MVS/ESA (TM), VM/ESA (R) and VSE/ESA. For most workloads, this server provides processor performance comparable to the 9221 Model 170.

The IBM S/390 Integrated Server is being offered exclusively by the qualified Business Partner -- Distributors and their qualified Solution Providers in the United States.

Intended Customers

The S/390 Integrated Server is for customers who do not require the I/O bandwidth and performance of the S/390 Multiprise (TM). Many older S/370 (TM) and S/390 processors such as 9221 Model 170 or below, all 9370 models, 3083, and most 43XX models are potential replacement candidates.

Key Prerequisites

The S/390 Integrated Server solution supports the current levels of OS/390, MVS/ESA, VM/ESA, and VSE/ESA.

Planned Availability Date

November 12, 1998, with early support shipments in September 1998


This announcement is provided for your information only. For additional information, contact your IBM representative, call 800-IBM-4YOU, or visit the IBM home page at:


This cost-effective S/390 server offers significant enhancements to the business enterprise. Its new features include an integrated processor card, internal SSA DASD, industry standard PCI/ISA connections, parallel channel adapters, and ESCON channel adapters, provides customers with a new S/390 platform to enable their applications, replace their S/370 processors, and/or provide application servers in a single system unit.

The S/390 Integrated Server provides the standard S/390 architecture described in the ESA/390 (TM) Principles of Operation, SA22-7201. In addition, the following facilities are supported: Compression, Expanded Storage, Expanded Sorting, Move Page (Facility 2), Access-List-Controlled Protection, Address-Limit Checking, Broadcasted Purging, Cancel I/O, Subspace Group, Compare Until Substring Equal, Incorrect-Length-Indication Suppression,Intrepretative Execution, Move Inverse, MVS (TM) Assists (add Functional Recovery Routine, SVC Assist, Obtain Local Lock, Release Local Lock, Obtain CMS Lock, Release CMS Lock), Program-Event Recording 2, PER Extensions, Private Space, Set Address Space Control Fast, Square Root, Storage-Protection Override, String Instructions, Suppression on Protection, SIE I/O Assist, Called space identification facility, Branch-and-set-Authority Facility, Checksum facility and Compare-and-move-extended facility.

Base Configuration and Features

Integrated in the base configuration of the Integrated Server are the following:

  • 36 GB of usable SSA DASD with an additional 18 GB for RAID-5 support
  • N+1 Power
  • 256 MB ECC Memory
  • Three Ethernet and/or four Token Ring adapter slots
  • Three ISA adapter slots
  • Four Parallel and/or ESCON adapter slots
  • A differential SCSI Adapter slot
  • Integrated 100/10 Mbps PCI Ethernet
  • 4-mm DDS-3 DAT tape drive
  • One CD-ROM and one diskette drive
Features available for the Integrated Server are:
  • 18.2 GB SSA DASD
  • ESCON Channel Adapters (PCI)
  • Parallel Channel Adapters (PCI)
  • Integrated Backup Battery Feature
  • SSA Extender Card
You may install additional increments of 18.2 GB SSA DASD. When the maximum DASD is installed, you will have 255 GB of usable storage and 36 GB reserved for RAID-5 support. In order to obtain more than 255 GB of usable storage, customers should consider attaching to other peripheral devices. Each of the 16 drives may be "hot swapped."

Customers desiring direct access to S/390 DASD may implement this attachment using the ESCON channel feature. This feature will also permit connection to many other supported I/O devices and control units. The parallel cards permit customers to connect to many types of parallel devices, such as tape media, printers, and communications controllers. Direct attachment to S/390 DASD is not supported using parallel adapters of the Integrated Server. Customers should consult with Business Partners to ensure ESCON or parallel channel adapter support is available for the devices which they are considering.

A list of IBM approved PCI and ISA adapters have been identified and provided to Business Partners to assist in meeting customer requirements. These adapters will provide customers with the ability to exercise PCI and ISA options. Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) provides for the connection of peripheral devices used with personal computers. Industry Standard Architecture (ISA) similarly provides for connections to personal computer peripherals such as modems. There

Note: IBM cannot confirm the accuracy of performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions regarding the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products.

Replacement Market

Users of S/370 and older S/390 general-purpose processors can gain substantial savings by moving to this new, attractively priced technology now. Many customers with existing S/370 and S/390 hardware and software are participating in the Local Area Network (LAN) environment. The Integrated Server addresses business needs by providing the opportunity to replace these existing systems and to grow in the future, while continuing to use S/370 and S/390 applications and skills. Instead of porting S/370 applications to a new platform, the Integrated Server allows for easy upgrades and maintains the classic S/390 strengths. Thus, applications do not have to be moved to an entirely new platform lacking the S/390's advantages. In most cases you can continue to connect to existing tapes and printers with the parallel connection, or utilize the ESCON feature to connect to new devices as well as those which could not be connected in the past.

This system is a possible replacement for older IBM S/370 and S/390 processors (43XX,9371,9373,9375, 9377 and 9221-170) and lower models depending on your requirements. Please refer to "IBM S/390 Integrated Server ... Is It Right for You?" at

to ensure that the replacement is appropriate.

Many customers in this group continue to run older, non-ESA software. By replacing S/370 systems with the Integrated Server, you can take advantage of the latest technology, including S/390 ESA software, while retaining current skills. The S/390 software provides complete Year 2000 support.

Substantial savings may be achieved through lower maintenance costs on both the processor and DASD, lower energy costs, lower connectivity costs, and lower environmental costs. These potential benefits are derived from integrated disk characteristics with their high-reliability, low-power requirements, LAN connectivity, and CMOS technologies.

Application Server

Application servers have a variety of client/server usages. Some examples are:

  • A distributed server with additional or legacy applications

  • A distributed server with a single function, such as file serving or print serving

  • A server packaged with a solution provider's application (S/390)
This application server is ideal for a department or small business, because it can run S/390 applications for the Integrated Server unchanged. These offerings allow remote locations to run (some unattended), while providing remote users with data and consistent business applications across the enterprise. In addition, these application servers solve business needs by bringing specific workloads into LAN environments. The results include improved productivity, local control, and reduced telecommunication costs.

The Integrated Server can participate as a server or client in an existing LAN with access to host data. As a client, it can seamlessly participate in any LAN environment. As a server, the Integrated Server can run the appropriate LAN functions associated with S/390, depending on customer workload. This choice allows customers flexibility and availability while also satisfying the need to integrate business solutions with consistent applications.

Application Development

The S/390 Integrated Server is a cost-effective platform used to develop client/server applications in the S/390 environment. This processor is ideal for small application development teams. It exploits the productivity of S/390 development tools and provides immediate access to the real S/390 architecture for testing and debugging applications.

Developers can use S/390 3GL and 4GL tools and object-oriented technology to shorten the development cycle for S/390 environments. When the Integrated Server becomes a dedicated resource for development and testing, it can use the same tools as the host, thereby increasing the availability of the host production system, eliminating dependencies on the host, and reducing risks to the production system.

The Integrated Server is an ideal platform for identifying and developing necessary changes without impacting the host system. The time-of-day (TOD) on the Integrated Server is easily changed. The result is a dedicated platform for date-reliant testing of system applications.

With the Year 2000 fast approaching, it is important that you continue to assess and plan a course of action to address potential challenges during this transition. The Integrated Server supports the Year 2000. When used in accordance with associated documentation, the server correctly processes, supplies, and accepts information within and between the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Year 2000

This product is Year 2000 ready. When used in accordance with its associated documentation, it is capable of correctly processing, providing, and/or receiving date data within and between the 20th and 21st centuries, provided all other products (for example, software, hardware, and firmware) used with the product properly exchange accurate date data with it.


The S/390 Integrated Server is a low-cost offering for users of older S/370 and S/390 interested in an S/390. This system has a limited I/O bandwidth when compared to the S/390 Multiprise . Therefore, the Integrated Server is for customers who do not require the I/O bandwidth and processor performance of the S/390 Multiprise. For most workloads, the processor provides performance comparable to the 9221 Model 170.

The S/390 Integrated Server delivers a fully functional S/390 hardware platform. The parallel channel adapters provide connections to most of the customer's existing tapes, printers and other communications devices. Using ESCON channel adapters, direct access to S/390 DASD devices is provided for integration with your current and future assets.


In 1999, S/390 intends to announce and deliver a processor with 2X performance of the processor shipped in this announcement.

For those customers who are considering upgrading to that capability in 1999, the software price will be at the then-prevailing terms for processors of similar capacity.

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


      MVS/ESA, Multiprise, S/370, ESA/390, and MVS are trademarks of
      International Business Machines Corporation in the United
      States or other countries or both.
      S/390, ESCON, OS/390, and VM/ESA are registered trademarks of
      International Business Machines Corporation in the United
      States or other countries or both.
      Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or
      service marks of others.



The following technical application brief is now available. It is designed to provide performance information, along with guidelines for evaluating your current configurations. The objective of this document is to provide assistance in evaluating the S/390 (R) Integrated Server to determine if it will meet your processing needs. This publication will be available on both MKTTOOLS and the Internet at:

This publication can be ordered by calling 800-IBM-CALL (426-2255).
GK21-0291-00   S/390 Integrated Server....Is It Right
                For You ?

The following publications are now available from MKTTOOLS and the Internet at:

Title                                        Number

S/390 Integrated Server Product G221-9062 Specification Sheet S/390 Multiprise (TM) 2000 Reference G326-3021 Guide

The following publications are shipped with the product:

Title                                        Number

S/390 Integrated Server User's Guide GC38-0403-00 and Reference Model B01 S/390 Integrated Server Service SY24-6161-00 Guide Model B01


Specified Operating Environment

Physical Specifications

  • Width: 533 mm (20.5 in)
  • Depth: 1038 mm (40.0 in)
  • Height: 819 mm (31.5 in)
  • Weight: 155 kg Maximum, 100 kg -- Base (340 lb Maximum, 220 lb -- Bse)
Note: This 340 pound system unit is fully configured with 16 DASD, integrated battery backup, CD-ROM, floppy drive, N+1 power, DAT tape drive and all PCI slots filled. In the base configuration, there are only 3 DASD, N+1 power, CD-ROM, floppy drive and the DAT tape drive.

Standards: This system supports or complies with the following protocols:

  • Peripheral Component Interconnect (PCI) specification 2.1
  • Ethernet (10BASE-T)
    • IEEE 802.2 LAN MAC Protocols
    • IEEE 802.3 CSMA/CD Protocols
    • Ethernet V.2 Protocols
  • Ethernet (100BASE-TX)
    • IEEE 802.3u CSMA/CD Protocols
  • Token-Ring
    • IEEE 802.2 LAN MAC Protocols
    • IEEE 802.5 MAC Protocols
Note: IBM cannot confirm the accuracy of performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions regarding the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products.

Operating Environment

  • Temperature: 10(degs) to 40(degs)C (50(degs) to 104(degs)F)
  • Relative Humidity: 8% to 80 %
  • Wet Bulb: 27 C (80.6F) (Class C)
  • Electrical Power: 1.32 KVA
  • Capacity of Exhaust: 250 cfm/min, 500 cfm/min Max
  • Acoustical Noise Emission Level: Category 2E, LWAu (Operating) = 6.8B LWAu (Idling) = 6.6B
  • Leakage and Starting Current: 200 milliamps/25 Ampere (Peak)
Hardware Requirements
  • S/390 Integrated Server

    The Integrated Server brings significant enhancements to the business enterprise segment of the server market. Integrating the processor card, internal SSA DASD, PCI/ISA connections, parallel channel adapters, and ESCON (R) channel adapters provide customers with a new S/390 platform for enabling their applications, replacing S/370 (TM) processors, providing application servers and/or new entry servers. Here are the highlights:

    • 255 GB of usable integrated SSA RAID-5 DASD available (36 GB Base Install)
    • 16 hot swap DASD bays
    • Sixteen 32-bit PCI slots
    • Three full-length ISA slots
    • ESCON and parallel channel adapters (PCI)
    • Integrated 100/10 Mbps PCI Ethernet
    • 4-mm DDS-3 DAT tape provided for S/390 software installation and service. S/390 PTFs are shipped on this medium.
    • One CD-ROM and one diskette drive
    The following critical areas need to be understood:
    • Processor utilization
    • Memory utilization
    • DASD storage requirements
    • Tape storage requirements
    • Physical connectivity (number, type, speed)
    • Communications protocols
    • I/O rates
    • Transaction rates
    • Additional I/O requirements
    • Adapters
    Refer to the technical application brief, "S/390 Integrated Server .... It Right For You?" for more detailed assistance.

  • Relevant Planning Information
    • The following DASD volume types and devices are supported:
      • CKD -- 3330, 3350 and 3375 devices
      • ECKD (TM) -- 3390 Models 1,2, and 3, 3380 Models E, J and K, and 9345 devices
      • FBA -- 3370, 3310, 0671-4, 9332, 9335, 9336-10 and FB-512 devices
    • Subject to availability of supported PCI slots, the maximum number of ESCON, parallel, and standard PCI cards must be observed. The maximum number of ESCON adapters that may be installed is two. The number of parallel adapters that may be installed is four. If there is a combination of ESCON and parallel adapters, the maximum number that can be plugged is four and the ESCON maximum of two must be observed. The maximum number of token ring adapters that may installed is four and the maximum of ethernet is three. It must be noted that the base configuration already contains one integrated ethernet card. The combination of ethernet and token ring adapters may not exceed four adapters.

    • Subject to availability of ISA slots, there are planning ground rules that must be observed. The maximum number of MultiPort Model/2 cards that may be installed is two. Wide Area Connection cards (WAC) with a V.35, RS-232, or X.21 EIB may installed in each of the three ISA slots.

    • Refer to IBM Corporate Bulletin C-B 2-4700-009, dated 1992-08, when ordering and planning the install of power line cords for the Integrated Server. The Sales Manual outlines the available cords with figure numbers listed in the corporate bulletin.

    • A printer does not come with the Integrated Server. S/390 channel-attached printers are supported using either the S/390 Parallel Channel Adapter or the S/390 Serial (ESCON) Channel Adapter. LAN printers are supported via TCP/IP attachment. PC parallel port (LPT) printers are supported for line-mode emulation (1403, 3211) only. Support for PC parallel port printers requires configuration that is specific to the selected printer type, and must be done by the IBM Business Partner for the customer.

    • Listed below are the supported IBM PCI and ISA adapter cards on this server:
            Adapter Name                                Number

      Token Ring (US version) 41H8900 Token Ring (Non-US version) 75H8902 Ethernet 86H2432 RS 232 WAC Card 33G8469 X.21 WAC Card 33G8471 V.35 WAC Card 33G8470 RS232 EIB Card 33G8461 v.35 EIB Card 33G8462 X.21 EIB Card 33G8463 MultiPort/Model 2 MultiPort/Model 2 (base card) 33F8791 Eight Port RS-232 Interface Bd 53F2610 MultiPort Cable with 8 Ports 53F2619

      Note: The PCI and ISA parts listed above or the current functional equivalent will be available to fulfill Business Partners requirements. The MultiPort/Model 2 is a base card. The Eight Port RS-232 Interface Board must be ordered and installed on the base card. The MultiPort Cable must be ordered as well.

    • If the customer requires the attachment of a SCSI tape drive, the IBM 3490-F01 36/18 track cartridge tape drive using a differential SCSI adapter from Adaptec, Inc. (P/N AHA2944UW) is supported.

    • A monitor is not included in the base configuration of the Integrated Server. This needs to be ordered separately. If ordering an IBM monitor, please that one must determine by location of the customer whether a northern hemisphere or a southern hemisphere version is required. For ease of recognition, in the description of the feature is an SH for southern hemisphere and NH for northern hemisphere. Please note that the color of keyboards and mouse is the IBM Slate Gray (black) if you wish to purchase non-IBM monitors. In addition, there are rigid specifications that the monitor must meet that are satisfied by one of two IBM monitors listed below. Business Partners must ensure that the specification identified is met if purchasing outside IBM.

      The IBM monitors selected are:

      • IBM P92 (model 6557) which is 19 inches measured diagonally
      • IBM P202 (model 6558) which is 21 inches measured diagonally
      The specifications are:
      • 0.25 to 0.27 mm aperture grille pitch
      • 90-degree deflection
      • Viewable image size of at least 18 (P92) or 19.8 (P202) inches
      • At least 1024 x 768 resolution
      • Vertical refresh rate (non-interlaced) 85 Hz
      • Horizontal frequency 30 to 94 kHz (P92) or 30 to 107 kHz (P202)
      • AC input voltage 100 to 240 V, 50-60 Hz
      The video subsystem in the Integrated Server is configured to drive a monitor with these specifications only, and cannot be altered.

      For serviceability, the monitor must also support setting the power saving mode OFF.

      Note: IBM cannot confirm the accuracy of performance, compatibility, or any other claims related to non-IBM products. Questions regarding the capabilities of non-IBM products should be addressed to the suppliers of those products.

Software Requirements
  • OS/390 (R), MVS/ESA (TM), VM/ESA (R), and VSE/ESA operating systems and their associated S/390 products are available for the S/390 Integrated Server.
    • OS/390 Version 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 2.4, 2.5 and 2.6

    • MVS/ESA
      • MVS/ESA Version 5.1 and 5.2
      • MVS/ESA Version 4.2 and 4.3
    • VM/ESA
      • VM/ESA Version 2.3.0
      • VM/ESA Version 2.2.0
      • VM/ESA Version 2.1.0
    • VSE/ESA
      • VSE/ESA Version 2.1, 2.2 and 2.3
      • VSE/ESA Version 1.4
  • The best S/390 software load option for the end-user customer is determined by the customer and Business Partner-Distributor. Several loading options are available for S/390 software (refer to the Integrated Server User's Guide and Reference (GC38-0403-00) for details)
    • Using an IBM service
      • Customized Solutions
      • System Pacs
      • Availability Center service
    • Using a Business Partner-Distributors service
  • Year 2000 Ready

    The Integrated Server, when used in accordance with its associated documentation, is capable of correctly processing, providing and/or receiving date data within and between the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, provided that all products (for example, hardware, software and firmware) used with the Product properly exchange accurate date data within.

    The following are Year 2000 ready operating systems:

    • OS/390 1.2, 1.3, 2.4, 2.5 and 2.6
    • OS/390 1.1 with Year 2000 PTFs
    • MVS/ESA 5.1, 5.2 and 5.2.2 with Year 2000 PTFs
    • VM/ESA 2.2.0
    • VM.ESA 2.3.0
    • VSE/ESA 1.4 with Year 2000 PTFs
    • VSE/ESA 2.1 with Year 2000 PTFs
    • VSE/ESA 2.2
    • VSE/ESA 2.3


S/390 Integrated Server offers high levels of reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) with the following capabilities.

  • Reliability:
    • High-reliability technology components
    • Parts integration to reduce the number of parts in machine
  • Availability
    • S/390 Microprocessor Error Checking
    • Error Correction Code (ECC)
    • SSA RAID-5 Integrated DASD
    • N+1 Power Thermal Subsystem
    • Dual Power Feeds
    • Optional Integrated Battery Feature (IBF)
  • Serviceability
    • Concurrent Maintenance for Integrated DASD and Power/Thermal Subsystem

S/390 Microprocessor Error Checking

Extensive error checking throughout the array, logic, and data paths ensures ops protection and data integrity. The generation and parity protection on both address and data lines of the host processor bus to the adapters aid in the adapter recovery process.

Error Correction Code (ECC)

Memory error checking and correction code allows for single bit error correction and double bit error detection. Single bit errors are transparently corrected by the processor, and the bad memory location is immediately rewritten to correct a soft failure. Double bit errors interrupt the processor, and the failing storage address is presented to the control program for recovery.

SSA RAID-5 Integrated DASD with Concurrent Maintenance

SSA's bi-directional loop architecture provides data protection for critical applications by ensuring that a single cable failure will not prevent access to data. Should an SSA loop be broken, the RAID adapter continues to access all devices on the loop segments. Once the path is restored, the adapter automatically reconfigures the system to return to normal operation.

Should a disk fail, the concurrent maintenance capability allows the disk to be removed without disrupting access to data on the rest of the loop. Online rebuild, which can take place in the background provides for quick recovery once a disk has been replaced.

N+1 Power Thermal Subsystem with Concurrent Maintenance

The power subsystem is designed with N+1 redundancy. Failure of a power thermal component does not cause a system outage. Concurrent replacement of a failed component results in an avoidance of a planned outage.

The power system offers dual primary (AC) power feeds. Each feed is electrically isolated and enables redundant power paths.

Internal Battery Feature (IBF)

The optional Internal Battery Feature provides backup input power. The feature is packaged internal to the machine. It can be used to provide additional protection from a power disruption.

Concurrent Maintenance

Concurrent hardware maintenance allows the replacement of a failing unit with no requirement to power off the system. This function enhances the processor availability, since no outage is required for the repair action. Concurrent maintenance capability exists on the following:

  • Power Elements
  • Thermal Elements
  • Integrated DASD

Planning Information

Customer Responsibilities: The announced products are designated as customer set up.

Cable Orders: No cables required.

Security, Auditability, and Control

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


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

IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts, or new and used parts. In some cases, the hardware product may have been previously installed.

Regardless, IBM warranty terms apply.

IBM Credit Corporation Financing: Yes

S/390 Software Licensing: IBM System/390 (R) program products that run on the IBM S/390 Integrated Server are licensed under the terms and conditions of the ICA (Z125-4575) or IBM Customer Agreement -- License (Z125-4593) and the Attachment for IBM Entry End User/390 License (Z125-5439).

  • For the S/390 Integrated Server, an Entry Support License (ESL) can be obtained for all currently marketed versions of VM/ESA, VSE/ESA, MVS/ESA and/or OS/390 operating systems and the associated System/390 program products that run on these operating systems.

  • The ESL is a One-Time Charge (OTC). No Monthly License Charge (MLC) options are available on the S/390 Integrated Server.

  • If an ESL is not available for the program product selected for use on the S/390 Integrated Server, IBM will charge the lowest graduated basic OTC or basic OTC available for that program.

  • Customers who purchase a new version of S/390 software can run previous versions at no additional charge during a migration period of up to one year. Refer to Marketing Announcement 394-198 dated September 13, 1994, for additional information on single-version charging for S/370 and S/390 software.

  • The designated machine associated with an ESL may be changed to a machine other than a S/390 Integrated Server that is a designated machine associated with ESL pricing.

    Note: The S/390 system is licensed in the country of acquisition. If the S/390 system is transferred to another country, the S/390 software must be relicensed in the new country and the appropriate fees paid. These agreements must be signed and returned to IBM by the customer prior to placement of any order.

Warranty Period
  • Integrated Server (3006-B01) and Integrated Server Features: One Year

  • S/390 Software: Until program service is no longer available (End of Service -- EOS)
Warranty Service: IBM On-Site Repair (IOR)

Maintenance Service: IOR

Rental Service: IOR

Usage Plan Machine: No

IBM Hourly Service Rate Classification: Three

Volume Maintenance Option: No

Mid-Range System Option: No

Corporate Service Option: No

Extended Maintenance Option: Yes

Central Facility Maintenance Service (CFMS) Option: No

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.

Rental Offering: No

Product Available: Yes

Field-Installable Features: Yes

Model Conversions: No

Customer Setup: Yes

Graduated Charges: No

Licensed Internal Code: IBM Licensed Internal Code provided with the S/390 Integrated Server is licensed for use by a customer on a specific machine, designated by serial number, under the terms and conditions of the IBM Agreement for Licensed Internal Code.


The charges 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.

Product Charges

Note: The hardware and maintenance prices for the features listed are available from your IBM representative.

                      Machine      Feature Charge/     MMMC   Init/
Description           Type   Model Number No Charge Indicator MES

S/390 Integrated 3006 B01 C M INITIAL Server

S/390 IS Bulk Order M01 NC INITIAL Model

18.2 GB SSA Dasd 2100 C M BOTH ESCON Adapter Card 1520 C BOTH Parallel Adapter Card 1521 C BOTH Integrated Battery Unit 2500 C BOTH SSA Extender Card 2102 C BOTH SSA Disk Modules 2101 C BOTH Monitor-Bus Partner 2800 NC INITIAL Supplied Monitor 19in, Model 2801 C INITIAL P92 NH Monitor 19in, Model 2802 C INITIAL P92 SH Monitor 21in, Model 2803 C INITIAL P202 NH Monitor 21in, Model P202 SH 2804 C INITIAL P202 SH 4-MM DDS-3 DAT Tape 2600 NC INITIAL Drive CD ROM 2620 NC INITIAL 3.5-inch Floppy Disk 2640 NC INITIAL Drive Processor/Memory Card 1600 NC INITIAL SE Element 2700 NC INITIAL DASD Adapter 2103 NC INITIAL US/CN 110 V 2550 NC INITIAL 1800 mm/5.9 ft US/CN 110 V 2551 NC INITIAL 4300 mm/14.1 ft US/CN 220 V 2552 NC INITIAL 1800 mm/5.9 ft US/CN 220 V 2553 NC INITIAL 4300 mm/5.9 ft US/CN 110 V 2554 NC INITIAL 1800 mm/5.9 ft US/CN 110 V 2555 NC INITIAL 1800 mm/5.9 ft US/CN 220 V 2556 NC INITIAL 1800 mm/5.9 ft US/CN 220 V 2557 NC INITIAL 4300 mm/5.9 ft Base -- SSA 2104 NC INITIAL Extender Card Base -- DASD 2105 NC INITIAL 3x18G Base -- Disk 2106 NC INITIAL Modules Mfg Customization 2900 NC INITIAL


      Multiprise, S/370, ECKD, and MVS/ESA are trademarks of
      International Business Machines Corporation in the United
      States or other countries or both.
      S/390, ESCON, OS/390, VM/ESA, and System/390 are registered
      trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in
      the United States or other countries or both.
      Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or
      service marks of others.

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