IBM Power 595 server delivers 8-core to 64-core IBM POWER6 processing to high-end servers

IBM United States Hardware Announcement 108-257
April 8, 2008

 

 

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In the Description section PowerCare Service text was replaced.

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Added planned availability date of November 21, 2008, for GX Dual-port12x HCA (#1816).

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At a glance

The IBM Power 595 server offers:

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  • Rack-mount design with up to eight 8-core Power 595 processor books
  • 4.2 GHz and 5.0 GHz processors in 8-, 16-, 24-, 32-, 40-, 48-, 56-, and 64-core configurations
  • Up to 4096 GB of DDR2 memory
  • Up to 70.5 terabytes (TB) of internal SCSI disk storage (non-RAID)
  • Up to 666 TB of external SAS disk storage (RAID available)
  • Up to 288 TB of external SCSI disk storage (RAID available)
  • Up to 480 hot-swap internal SCSI disk bays
  • Up to 448 hot-swap PCI-2X slots and 192 PCI-X slots
  • Up to 960 hot-swap external SCSI disks bays
  • Up to 2,220 hot-swap SAS disk bays
  • Redundant power subsystem
  • Dynamic LPAR and CoD
  • Optional PowerVM technologies

For ordering, contact:

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

The IBM Power 595 server is designed to help enterprises deploy cost-effective and flexible IT infrastructure while achieving exceptional application performance and increasing the speed of deployment of new applications and services. As the most powerful member of the IBM Power Systems family, this server provides exceptional performance, massive scalability, and energy-efficient processing for a full range of complex, mission-critical applications with the most demanding computing requirements.

Equipped with 5.0 GHz or 4.2 GHz ultra-high frequency POWER6™ processors, the Power 595 server can be deployed in 8- to 64-core, multiprocessing (SMP) configurations. With up to 4 TB of buffered DDR2 memory and extensive I/O support, the Power 595 server can scale rapidly and seamlessly to address the changing needs of today's datacenter. With advanced PowerVM virtualization, EnergyScale technology, and Capacity on Demand (CoD) options, the Power 595 helps businesses take control of their IT infrastructure and confidently consolidate multiple applications for the UNIX®, IBM i (formerly known as i5/OS™), and Linux™ operating systems onto a single system. With the Power 595 server, you have the freedom to choose the operating system environment and applications that best fit business needs and have the confidence that the system will be ready to handle future requirements as well.

Extensive mainframe-inspired reliability, availability, and serviceability (RAS) features, a fundamental part of the system design of the Power 595 server, help to keep mission-critical applications running reliably around-the-clock. The Power 595 provides a solid foundation on which to consolidate server infrastructure, reduce the complexity of systems administration, and optimize computing resources. Clients have the ability to upgrade their POWER5™ processor-based System p™ 590 or System p or System i™ 595 servers to the Power 595 and know that their investment in IBM Power Architecture™ technology has again been rewarded.

With extraordinary power, proven IBM technology, and expansive growth potential, the Power 595 server is ready to take your business to the next level.
 
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Key prerequisites

One or more of the following operating systems:

  • AIX® 5.3 with the 5300-06 Technology Level and Service Pack 7, or later
  • AIX 5.3 with the 5300-07 Technology Level and Service Pack 4, or later
  • AIX 5.3 with the 5300-08 Technology Level, or later
  • AIX 6.1 with the 6100-00 Technology Level and Service Pack 5, or later
  • AIX 6.1 with the 6100-01 Technology Level, or later
  • IBM i 5.4 (formerly known as i5/OS V5R4), or later
  • IBM i 6.1 (formerly known as i5/OS V6R1), or later
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Service Pack 2 for POWER™, or later
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.7 for POWER, or later
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 for POWER, or later

 
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Planned availability dates
  • May 6, 2008, except for products noted below
  • April 28, 2008, for AIX 5.3 with the 5300-08 Technology Level, or later
  • May 28, 2008, for AIX 5.3 with the 5300-06 Technology Level and Service Pack 7, or later, and AIX 5.3 with the 5300-07 Technology Level and Service Pack 4, or later
  • May 30, 2008, for AIX 6.1 with the 6100-01 Technology Level, or later
  • July 2, 2008, for AIX 6.1 with the 6100-00 Technology Level and Service Pack 5, or later
  • September 9, 2008, for IBM i 6.1, i 5.4, PCI Expansion Drawer (#5790), and all model conversions, which includes processors, memory, (0/64 GB excluded) and GX I/O Adapters
  • October 24, 2008, for SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 for POWER, or later, and Red Hat Enterprise Linux for POWER, or later
  • November 21, 2008, for 0/64 GB DDR2 Memory DIMMs (#5697), 12X I/O Drawers (#5797 and #5798), GX Dual-port 12x HCA (#1816), and memory DDR2 feature migration

 
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Description

The Power 595 server (9119-FHA) offers an expandable, high-end enterprise solution for managing the computing requirements needed to become an On Demand Business.

The Power 595 is a 1- to 8-node symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) system packaged in a 20 EIA-unit tall central electronics complex (CEC) cage that fits in a 50-inch deep, 24-inch rack. It provides memory expansion capability up to 4 TB.

The SMP server can be configured with one to eight POWER6, 4.2 GHz or 5.0 GHz, 8-core processor books. Each 8-core book contains four dual-threaded SMP processor cores packaged in four multi-chip modules (MCMs). Each dual-core processor uses sophisticated, 64-bit, copper-based IBM Power Architecture technology. Each dual-core processor within a MCM is supported by 4 MB of private L2 cache and 32 MB of shared L3 cache. Each 8-core processor book also includes 32 DIMM slots for DDR2 memory cards and four Remote RIO-2 and 12X I/O adapter cards for connection of the system I/O drawers.

Up to 30 I/O drawers can be configured with two 24-inch, powered I/O racks on a Power 595 server. Each I/O drawer has two 12 data-lane High Speed Serial/Deserial ports (HSS) capable of a full-duplex peak data bandwidth of 3 GBps (decoded data) in each direction. Each I/O drawer contains twenty 3.3-volt, PCI-X adapter slots and up to sixteen disk bays. No 5 V keyed slots or 5 V only adapters are supported. Each I/O drawer will have 14 PCI-X 2.0, 266 MBps slots and six PCI-X 1.0, 133 MBps slots. Fully configured, the Power 595 can support 600 PCI adapters and 480 SCSI disks (153.6 TB) at 15,000 rpm. RAID storage is not supported in these I/O drawers.

In addition to the above 24-inch rack-mountable I/O drawers, there are available standard, 2-meter high, 19-inch I/O racks for mounting both SCSI and SAS DASD drawers. Each DASD drawer is individually powered by redundant, 220 V power supplies. These DASD drawers may be configured for either RAID or non-RAID disk storage. A maximum of 40 SCSI drawers, each with 24 DASD disks, and 185 SAS drawers, each with 12 DASD disks, may be mounted in 19-inch racks. The maximum number of disks available in 19-inch racks is 960 hot-swap SCSI disks (288 TB) and 2,220 hot-swap SAS disks (666 TB).

Other features include:

  • An integrated service processor
  • An integrated redundant power subsystem
  • Two integrated Ultra160 dual SCSI controllers per 24-inch I/O drawer
  • A battery backup option
  • Powered and nonpowered 24-inch Expansion Rack options
  • 19-inch Expansion Rack options for external DASD
  • Dynamic logical partitioning (DLPAR) with up to 254 partitions supported

The Power 595 supports the following operating systems:

  • AIX 6.1 and AIX 5.3
  • IBM i operating system 5.4 (formerly known as i5/OS V5R4)
  • IBM i operating system 6.1 (formerly known as i5/OS V6R1)
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Service Pack 2 for POWER
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.7 for POWER
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 for POWER

These operating systems can run simultaneously in different partitions within the Power 595 server.

PowerCare Service

Included with Power 595 systems is a new PowerCare services option, which entitles a customer to choose one of several high-value technical service offerings from IBM to complement and assist in the deployment of a new Power 595 system. This option is provided at no additional charge. By leveraging the skills, experiences, and proven methodology of IBM Services professionals, you can potentially increase the efficiency and quality of your complex datacenter operations.

The PowerCare option is included with new Power 595 systems and MES upgrades into a Power 595 from a System i or System p server. PowerCare options are reviewed during the Power 595 Technical and Delivery Assessment (formerly known as the Systems Assurance Review). The customer has up to 90 days from the install date of the Power 595 to select a PowerCare service. Delivery of the selected service must be completed within 6 months of the install date of the Power 595 system. For more details on available PowerCare services options, visit

Accessibility by people with disabilities

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

Section 508 of the U.S. Rehabilitation Act

The IBM Power 595 server is capable as of May 6, 2008, when used in accordance with IBM's associated documentation, of minimally satisfying the applicable requirements of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, provided the user attaches another system that contains the assistive technology necessary to interact through a command-line interface.
 
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Statement of general direction

IBM is committed to enhancing its clients' investments in Power Systems servers. Based on this commitment, IBM plans to provide the following enhancements:

  • The capability to add additional processor books to POWER6 processor-based 595 systems without powering down (Hot-node Add)
  • The capability to reactivate a POWER6 595 processor book that has been repaired without powering down (Cold-node Repair)
  • The capability to: 1) deactivate, 2) repair components or add memory, and then 3) reactivate a POWER6 595 processor book or POWER6 570 node1 without powering down (Hot-node Repair).

These capabilities are planned to be provided at no additional charge to POWER6 Power 595 and Power 570 clients via a system firmware upgrade by the end of 2008.

All statements regarding IBM's plans, directions, and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice. Any reliance on these statements of general direction is at the relying party's sole risk and will not create liability or obligation for IBM.

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If the POWER6 570 node being repaired is driving the system clocks, then that node must be repaired via Cold-node Repair.

Business Partner information

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

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Trademarks

 
POWER6, i5/OS, POWER5, System p, System i, Power Architecture, POWER, Electronic Service Agent, and POWER5+ are trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
AIX, xSeries, and TotalStorage are registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States or other countries or both.
 
UNIX is a registered trademark of the Open Company in the United States and other countries.
 
Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries or both.
 
ThinkVision is a registered trademark of Lenovo in the United States, other countries, or both
 
Other company, product, and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others.

 
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Publications

No publications are shipped with the announced product.

The IBM Systems Information Center provides you with a single information center where you can access product documentation for IBM systems hardware, operating systems, and server software. Through a consistent framework, you can efficiently find information and personalize your access. The IBM Systems Information Center is at


 
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Services

Global Technology Services

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

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

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

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

For details on education offerings related to specific products, visit

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Technical information

Specified operating environment

Physical specifications

  • Width:
    • 74.9 cm (29.5 in) rack only
    • 77.5 cm (30.5 in) rack with side door
    • 77.5 cm (30.5 in) rack with slimline or acoustic door and side doors, one frame
    • 156.7 cm (61.7 in) rack with slimline or acoustic door and side doors, two frames
    • 77.5 cm (30.5 in) rack with slimline front door and rear door heat exchange (RDHX), CEC frame only
  • Depth:
    • 127.3 cm (50.1 in) rack only
    • 148.6 cm (58.5 in) rack with slimline and side doors, one or two frames
    • 180.6 cm (71.1 in) rack with acoustic and side doors, one or two frames
    • 152.1 cm (61.3 in) rack with slimline front door and RDHX, CEC frame only
  • Height: 201.4 cm (79.3 in)
  • Weight:

    The maximum stand-alone weight of a fully populated Power 595 CEC rack with eight processor books and without covers:

    • 1,102 kg (2,430 lb), three I/O drawers and without IBB
    • 1,193 kg (2,630 lb), two I/O drawers and with IBB

    The maximum stand-alone weight of a Powered Expansion Rack without covers:

    • 1,093 kg (2,410 lb), eight I/O drawers and without IBB
    • 1,184 kg (2,610 lb), seven I/O drawers and with IBB

    The maximum stand-alone weight of a Powered Expansion Rack and a bolt-on Expansion Rack without covers:

    • 2,250 kg (4,960 lb) 16 I/O drawers and without IBB
    • 2,341 kg (5,160 lb) 15 I/O drawers and with IBB

    Door kits (front and rear):

    • 65.5 kg (145 lb) Rear door heat exchanger with acoustical front door and acoustical insert
    • 50.8 kg (112 lb) Rear door heat exchanger and slimline front door
    • 30 kg (66 lb) Slimline covers, front and rear doors
    • 50.8 kg (112 lb) Acoustic doors for expansion frame (front and rear)
    • 41.7 kg (92 lb) Acoustic door for CEC frame, front and rear
    • 25.2 kg (55 lb) Rack side cover panels, pair (need to add to the system weight of 3200 lb)

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

Operating environment

  • Temperature:
    • For 16- to 32-core systems: 10 to 32°C2 (50 to 90°F), degraded linearly down to 24°C (75°F) from 1,295 to 3,048 m (4,250 to 10,000 ft)
    • For 48- to 64-core systems: 10 to 28°C2 (50 to 82°F), degraded linearly down to 24°C (75°F) from 1,295 to 2,133 m (4,250 to 7,000 ft)
  • Relative humidity: 20% to 80%
  • Maximum wet bulb: 23° C (73° F) (operating)
  • Sound power:
    • Declared A-weighted sound power level, per ISO 9296: 9.2 bels (with slimline doors)
    • Declared A-weighted sound power level, per ISO 9296: 8.2 bels (with acoustical doors)
  • Sound pressure:
    • Declared A-weighted one-meter sound pressure level, per ISO 9296: 79 decibels (with slimline doors)
    • Declared A-weighted one-meter sound pressure level, per ISO 9296: 69 decibels (with acoustical doors)

      Note: Noise levels are given for the principal (typical) configuration of the CEC rack. The 10-dB reduction in noise levels with the acoustical doors corresponds to a factor of 10 reduction. That is, the noise level from a single rack with slimline doors would be about the same as the noise level from 10 racks with acoustical doors, combined.

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The above maximum temperatures of 32°C (90°F) and 28°(82°F) are linearly derated above 1,295 m (4,250 ft).

Power requirements

  • Operating voltages (3-phase V ac at 50/60 Hz): 200 to 240 V; 380 to 415 V; 480 V
  • Rated current (A per phase): 48 A or 63 A or 80 A; 34 A or 43 A; 24 A or 34 A
  • Inrush current: TBD A (maximum)
  • Power consumption: 27,500 watts (maximum for full CEC, three I/O drawers)
  • Power source loading: 27.7 kVA
  • Thermal output: 27,500 joules/sec (93,840 Btu/hr) maximum
  • The CEC Bulk Power Assembly (BPA) is served by dual line cords. The following line cords are required:

    For 4.2 GHz processors with six or more processor books (one of these):

    • 80 A breaker rating for USA, Canada, Japan 200 — 240 V with 100 A plug, 6 AWG
    • 30 A breaker rating with 30 A plug and USA High Voltage Service (480 V), 8 AWG
    • 80 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade Low Voltage (200 — 240 V), 6 AWG
    • 40 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade High Voltage Service (380 — 415 V), 8 AWG

    For 5.0 GHz processors with five or more processor books (one of these):

    • 80 A breaker rating for USA, Canada, Japan 200 — 240 V with 100 A plug, 4 AWG
    • 60 A breaker rating with 60 A plug and USA High Voltage Service (480 V), 6 AWG
    • 100 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade Low Voltage (200 — 240 V), 4 AWG
    • 63 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade High Voltage Service (380 — 415 V), 6 AWG
  • For CEC frames with fewer than the above processor books, the following line cords may also be used (one of these):
    • 60 A breaker rating for USA, Canada, Japan 200 — 240 V with 60 A plug, 6 AWG
    • 30 A breaker rating with 30 A plug and USA High Voltage Service (480 V), 8 AWG
    • 60 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade Low Voltage (200 — 240 V), 6 AWG
    • 40 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade High Voltage Service (380 — 415 V), 8 AWG
  • The I/O Expansion Frame with Bulk Power Assembly (BPA) is served by dual line cords. The following line cords are required for expansion frames servicing eight or more I/O drawers (one of these):
    • 80 A breaker rating for USA, CAN, Japan 200 — 240 V with 100 A plug
    • 30 A breaker rating with 30 A plug and USA High Voltage Service (480 V)
    • 80 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade Low Voltage (200 — 240 V)
    • 40 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade High Voltage Service (380-415 V)
  • For powered I/O Expansion Frames servicing fewer than eight I/O drawers, the following line cords may also be used (one of these):
    • 60 A breaker rating for USA, CAN, Japan 200 — 240 V with 60 A plug
    • 30 A breaker rating with 30 A plug and USA High Voltage Service (480 V)
    • 80 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade Low Voltage (200 — 240 V)
    • 40 A breaker rating with no plug and World Trade High Voltage Service (380 — 415 V)

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 CFR47 Part 15 Class A
  • Europe: CISPR 22 Class A; "CE" Mark of Conformity
  • Japan: VCCI-1
  • Korea: Korean Requirement Class A

Homologation — Telecom environmental testing (Safety and EMC): Homologation approval for specific countries has been initiated with the IBM Homologation and Type Approval (H&TA) organization in LaGaude, France.

The Power 595 server (9119-FHA) 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

  • U.S.: UL
  • Canada: CNL (CSA or cUL)
  • Germany/Europe: GS Mark (Safety, TUV, EN60 950)

General requirements: The Power 595 server (9119-FHA) 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

Minimum system configuration — Power 595 server

The following minimums are always required:

  • One — IBM Power 595 server (9119-FHA)
  • One — 8-Core, POWER6™ Processor Book 0-Core Active (#4694)
  • Three — 1-Core, Processor Activations — 37.5% active (3 x #4754)
  • Four — Identical memory features (0/4 GB or larger)
  • Sixteen — 1 GB memory activations (16 x #5680)
  • One — Power Cable Group, First Processor Book (#6961)
  • Four — Bulk Power Regulators (#6333)
  • Two — Power Distribution Assemblies (#6334)
  • Two — Line cords, selected depending on country and voltage
  • One — Pair of doors (front/back), either slimline or acoustic
  • One — Universal Lift Tool/Shelf/Stool and Adapter (#3759 and #3761)
  • One — Language Specify (#93xx — country dependent)
  • One — HMC (7042-COx/CRx) attached via Ethernet cables
  • One — I/O Loop Adapter, either 12X I/O Loop Adapter (#1816) or RIO I/O Loop Adapter (#1814), depending on I/O drawer selection
  • One I/O drawer providing PCI slots attached to the I/O loop
    • For a new server shipment, this will be the 12X I/O Drawer (#5798) located at A05 in the CEC frame when the feature 5798 is available.
      • Two — Enhanced 12X I/O Bus Cables, 2.5 m (#1831)
      • One — Enhanced 12X I/O Cable , 0.6 m (#1829)
    • Prior to the feature 5798, new server ships will use a RIO I/O Drawer determined by the primary operating system selected.

If an AIX® or Linux™ operating system is specified as the primary operating system, the following minimum items are required:

  • One — Primary Operating System Indicator for AIX (#2146) or for Linux (#2147)
  • One — PCI-X 2.0 SAS Adapter (#5900) or PCI LAN Adapter for attachment of a device to read CD media or attachment to a NIM server
  • Two — 15,000 rpm, 146.8 GB, SCSI Disk Drives (#3279), or larger
  • One — RIO-2 I/O Drawer (#5791) — located at A05 in CEC Rack prior to #5798 availability
    • Two — RIO-2 I/O Bus Cables, 2.5 m (#3168)
    • One — Remote I/O Cable, 0.6 m (#7924)
    • One — UPIC Cable Group (#6942), BPD1 to I/O Drawer at A05 in CEC rack

If IBM i operating system (formerly known as i5/OS™ operating system) is specified as the primary operating system, the following minimum items are required:

  • One — Primary Operating System Indicator for i (#2145)
  • One — System console specify
  • One — Load Source Specify (either SAN or internal)
    • If SAN: Requires Fibre Channel Adapter (for example, #5749)
    • If internal: Requires disk controller (for example, #5782) and minimum of two disk drives (for example, #4327)
  • One — PCI-X 2.0 SAS Adapter (#5912) for attachment of a DVD drive
  • One — PCI 2-Line WAN Adapter with Modem (#6833)
  • One — RIO-attached PCI Expansion Drawer (#5790) prior to feature 5798 availability
    • Rack space in a Dual I/O Unit Enclosure (#7307 or #7311)
    • One — RIO-2 Bus Adapter (#6438)
    • Two — RIO-2 I/O Bus Cables, 8 m (#3170)
    • Two — Power cords (for example, #6459)
    • Two — Power Control Cable, 6 m SPCN (#6008)
  • One — Media Drawer to hold a DVD drive
    • 7214-1U2 Media Drawer, 19-inch prior to feature 5798/5720 availability
      • One — DVD drive (for example, #5756)
      • Power cords (for example, #6671)
      • SAS cable (for example, #3684) for attachment to feature 5912 SAS adapter
    • 595 Media Drawer, 24-inch (#5720) with feature 5798 availability
      • One — DVD drive (for example, #5756)
  • One — 19-inch rack to hold the feature 5790 and 7214-1U2
  • One — PDU for power in 19-inch rack (for example, #7188); (second PDU recommended; for example, #7188)

Model conversions

  • IBM System p™ 590 (9119-590) to Power 595 (9119-FHA)
  • IBM System p 595 (9119-595) to Power 595 (9119-FHA)
  • IBM System i™ 595 (9406-595) to Power 595 (9119-FHA)
  • IBM System i 570 (9406-570) to Power 595 (9119-FHA)

Customers with installed p5-590, p5-595, i5-595, and i5-570 servers can increase their computing power by ordering a model conversion to the 595 server.

MES model upgrades to 9119-FHA

Due to the size and complex nature of MES model upgrades into the Power Systems (9119-FHA), a two-MES process is required. The two MESs are configured in a single eConfig session and contained within the same eConfigurator Proposed Report. These MESs will be processed in sequence.

The initial MES is a Record Purpose Only (RPO) MES that positions the inventory record and conceptually redefines the installed product with Power Systems feature nomenclature. This MES will contain a series of RPO feature adds/removes within the installed machine type/model as well as specify code 0396. This RPO MES serves several purposes. It keeps the customer's maintenance billing whole throughout the upgrade process, reduces the number of feature conversions on the normal MES, and reduces the overall size of the normal MES. This RPO MES should be stored in a separate eConfig file for reference prior to order forward.

The second MES is a normal machine/model upgrade MES from 9406/9119 to 9119-FHA with all the appropriate model/feature conversions and subject to the usual scheduling, manufacturing, and installation rules and processes.

Care must be taken that both MESs are processed completely through installation prior to configuration/placement of any subsequent MES orders. Due to the complexity of these upgrades, it is strongly suggested that only firm orders be placed in the backlog.

In the event that the RPO MES is reported as installed and the normal MES is cancelled, Sales must submit an additional RPO MES reversing the transactions of the initial RPO MES to return the customer's inventory record to its original state. Failure to do so will prevent future MES activity for the customer's machine and may corrupt the customer's maintenance billing. The saved eConfig Proposed Report may be used as the basis for configuring this reversal RPO MES. Additional information will be included in the sales education.

Ordering model conversion provides:

  • Change in model designation from p5-590, p5-595, i5-595, and i5-570 to 595 (9119-FHA)
  • 595 labels with the same serial number as the existing server
  • Any model-specific system documentation that ships with a new 595 server

Each model conversion order also requires feature conversions to:

  • Update machine configuration records
  • Ship system components as necessary

Feature conversions: The existing components being replaced during a model or feature conversion become the property of IBM and must be returned.

In general, feature conversions are always implemented on a "quantity of one for quantity of one" basis. However, this is not true for 16-core processor books. Each p590, p595, or i595, 16-core processor book conversion to one 595, 8-core processor book will actually result in two, 8-core 595 processor books. The duplicate 8-core book will be implemented via eConfig in a unique, two-step MES order process as part of a model conversion described in the model conversion section. Excluding p590, p595, and i595 processor books, single existing features may not be converted to multiple new features. Also, multiple existing features may not be converted to a single new feature.

Feature conversions must be processed as follows for each 0/16-core processor book and CUoD activation feature on the existing p5-590 server, if installed:

  1. 9119-590 model conversion to 9119-FHA

    If the resulting 595 is a 4.2 GHz system:

    • 7981 to 4694 x2 — p5-590 Standard Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8967 to 4694 x2 — p5-590 2.1 GHz Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7925 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for Standard Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7667 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for 2.1 GHz Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7926 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 7981 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 8467 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8967 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)

    If the resulting 595 is a 5.0 GHz system:

    • 7981 to 4695 x2 — p5-590 Standard Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8967 to 4695 x2 — p5-590 2.1 GHz Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7925 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7667 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7926 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for #7981 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 8467 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for #8967 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)

    Note: The existing p590 components replaced during model conversions and feature conversions become the property of IBM and must be returned.

  2. 9119-595 model conversion to 9119-FHA

    If the resulting 595 is a 4.2 GHz system:

    • 7988 to 4694 x2 — p5-595 Standard Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7813 to 4694 x2 — p5-595 Turbo Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8969 to 4694 x2 — p5-595 POWER5™ Turbo Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8970 to 4694 x2 — p5-595 POWER5+™ 2.1 GHz Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8968 to 4694 x2 — p5-595 POWER5+ 2.3 GHz Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7990 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for Standard Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7815 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for Turbo and POWER5 Turbo Books to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7693 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for 2.1 GHz Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7668 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for 2.3 GHz Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7975 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 7813 and feature 8969 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 7991 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 7988 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 7694 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8970 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 8468 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8968 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)

    If the resulting 595 is a 5.0 GHz system:

    • 7988 to 4695 x2 — p5-595 Standard Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7813 to 4695 x2 — p5-595 Turbo Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8969 to 4695 x2 — p5-595 POWER5 Turbo Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8970 to 4695 x2 — p5-595 POWER5+ 2.1 GHz Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8968 to 4695 x2 — p5-595 POWER5+ 2.3 GHz Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7990 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for Standard Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7815 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for Turbo and POWER5 Turbo Books to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7693 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for 2.1 GHz Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7668 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for 2.3 GHz Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7975 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 7813 and feature 8969 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 7991 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 7988 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 7694 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8970 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 8468 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8968 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)

    Note: The existing p595 components replaced during model conversions and feature conversions become the property of IBM and must be returned.

  3. 9406-595 model conversion to 9119-FHA

    If the resulting 595 is a 4.2 GHz system:

    • 8981 to 4694 x2 — i5-595 Standard Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8966 to 4694 x2 — i5-595 Turbo Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8973 to 4694 x2 — i5-595 POWER5 Turbo Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8968 to 4694 x2 — i5-595 POWER5+ 2.3-GHz Processor Book to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8461/7925 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for feature 8981 to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8457/7815 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for feature 8966 and feature 8973 to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 8427/7668 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for feature 8968 to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7926 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8981 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 7926 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8981 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 7975 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8966 and feature 8972 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)
    • 8468 to N/A — 30 Days Prepaid Reserve Capacity for feature 8981 is replaced by Utility CoD (Web-based registration required)

    If the resulting 595 is a 5.0 GHz system:

    • 8981 to 4695 x2 — i5-595 Standard Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8966 to 4695 x2 — i5-595 Turbo Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8973 to 4695 x2 — i5-595 POWER5 Turbo Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8968 to 4695 x2 — i5-595 POWER5+ 2.3 GHz Processor Book to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8461/7925 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for feature 8981 to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8457/7815 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for feature 8966 and feature 8973 to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 8427/7668 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for feature 8968 to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)

    Note: The existing i595 components replaced during model conversions and feature conversions become the property of IBM and must be returned.

  4. 9406-570 model conversion to 9119-FHA

    If the resulting 595 is a 4.2 GHz system:

    • 8961 to 4694 — 570 Base 1.65 GHz Proc 0/2-Core to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4954)
    • 8971 to 4694 — 570 Standard 1.65 GHz Proc 0/2-Core to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4954)
    • 8338 to 4694 — 570 Base 2.2 GHz Proc 0/2-Core to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4954)
    • 8452/7927 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for #8961 and #8971 to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)
    • 7738/7618 to 4754 — Permanent Processor Activations for #8338 to 595 4.2 GHz Processor Book (#4694)

    If the resulting 595 is a 5.0 GHz system:

    • 8961 to 4695 — 570 Base 1.65 GHz Proc 0/2-Core to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4955)
    • 8971 to 4695 — 570 Std. 1.65 GHz Proc 0/2-Core to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4955)
    • 8338 to 4695 — 570 Base 2.2 GHz Proc 0/2-Core to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4955)
    • 8452/7927 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for #8961 and #8971 to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)
    • 7738/7618 to 4755 — Permanent Processor Activations for #8338 to 595 5.0 GHz Processor Book (#4695)

    Note: The existing i570 components replaced during model conversions and feature conversions become the property of IBM and must be returned.

  • In general, feature conversions are always implemented on a "quantity of one for quantity of one" basis. However, this is not true for 16-core processor books. Each p590, p595, or i595, 16-core processor book conversion to one 595, 8-core processor book will actually result in two, 8-core 595 processor books. The duplicate 8-core book will be implemented via eConfig in a unique, two-step MES order process as part of model conversion described in the model conversion section. Excluding p590, p595, and i595 processor books, single existing features may not be converted to multiple new features. Also, multiple existing features may not be converted to a single new feature.
  • The system racks, power components, cables, and adapter cards from the existing p590, p595, i595, and i570 server are not used with the resulting 595 server and must be returned to IBM.
  • I/O drawers and DDR2 memory from the existing p590, p595, i595, and i570 server may be used in the resulting 595 server. However, DDR2 feature number 7814 and i570 memory cannot be used in the resulting 595 server. For every four DDR2 memory DIMMs migrating from the p590, p595, and i595 server to the 595 server, one 4X Memory DIMM Interposer feature (four interposer cards/feature) is required to be ordered with the 595 server.
  • Within each 595 processor book, 595 DDR2 memory and migrated DDR2 memory on 4X Memory DIMM Interposer cards may be mixed. Interposer cards must be used in pairs within the same processor book.

Software requirements

One or more of the following operating systems:

  • AIX 5.3 with the 5300-06 Technology Level and Service Pack 7, or later
  • AIX 5.3 with the 5300-07 Technology Level and Service Pack 4, or later
  • AIX 5.3 with the 5300-08 Technology Level, or later
  • AIX 6.1 with the 6100-00 Technology Level and Service Pack 5, or later
  • AIX 6.1 with the 6100-01 Technology Level, or later
  • IBM i 5.4 (formerly known as i5/OS V5R4), or later
  • IBM i 6.1 (formerly known as i5/OS V6R1), or later
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Service Pack 2 for POWER™, or later
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.7 for POWER, or later
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 for POWER, or later

Note: Not all system features available under the AIX 6 or AIX 5 operating systems are available under the IBM i operating systems.

Note: For systems ordered with the Linux operating system, IBM ships the most current version available from the distributor. If you require a different version than that shipped by IBM, you must obtain it via download from the Linux distributor's Web site. Information concerning access to a distributor's Web site is located on the product registration card delivered to you as part of your Linux operating system order.

Disclaimer: Some information in this announcement addresses anticipated future capabilities and may be subject to change.

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Limitations

Configuration information: Power 595 (9119-FHA) consists of the following major components:

  • A 42U-tall, 24-inch system rack that houses the central electronics complex (CEC), Bulk Power Assembly (BPA), and I/O drawers.
  • A redundant power subsystem housed in the BPA's top 8U of the system rack, with optional battery backup capability.
  • A 20U-tall CEC housing the system backplane cooling fans and system electronic components.
  • One to eight 8-core, POWER6 processor books mounted in the CEC. Each processor book incorporates 32 memory slots.
  • Two Powered Expansion Racks, each with 32U worth of rack space for up to 8x 4U I/O drawers. Each Powered Expansion Rack supports a 42U bolt-on, nonpowered Expansion Rack for mounting additional I/O drawers supported by the 595 I/O expansion rules.
  • One to two nonpowered Expansion Racks, each supporting up to seven I/O drawers, 4Us high.
  • One to 30 I/O drawers, each containing 20 PCI-X slots and 16 hot-swap SCSI-3 disk bays.

Central electronics complex

  • The 595 CEC is a 20U tall, 24-inch rack-mounted device. It houses the system processors, memory, redundant system service processors, I/O drawer connection capability, and associated components. It is installed immediately below the power subsystem.
  • The 595 can be populated with up to eight POWER6 8-core processor books. Each processor book contains four MCMs. Each MCM contains memory chips with 32 MBs of L3 cache and one dual-core POWER6 processor chip with two 4 MB, integrated L2 caches and integrated memory controllers.
    • Each dual-core processor is supported by 4 MB of private L2 cache and 32 MB of shared L3 cache.
    • Processor books are available in 4.2 GHz and 5.0 GHz. All processor books in a 595 must operate at the same speed.
    • Each processor book provides 32 memory card slots and four slots for RIO-2 or 12X dual loop adapters for attachment of I/O drawers.

Memory

  • The 595 utilizes DDR2 DRAM memory cards.
  • Each processor book provides 32 memory card slots for a maximum of 256 memory cards per server.
  • The minimum system memory is 16 GB of active memory per processor book. Memory must be configured with a minimum of four identical memory features per processor book, excluding feature 5697 (four DDR2 DIMMs per feature). Feature 5697, 0/64 GB memory must be installed with eight identical features. Different memory features cannot be mixed within a processor book. For example, in a 4.2 GHz processor book (#4694), four 0/4 GB (#5693) features, 100% activated DIMMs are required to satisfy the minimum active system memory of 16 GBs. For two 4.2 GHz or 5.0 GHz processor books (#4694 or #4695), four 0/4 GB features (#5693), 100% activated in each processor book are required to satisfy the minimum active system memory of 32 GBs. If 0/8 GB features (#5694) are used, then the same minimum system memory requirements can be satisfied with 50% of the DIMMs activated.
  • Each processor book has four dual-core MCMs, each of which is serviced by one or two memory features (four DIMMs per feature). DDR2 memory features must be installed in increments of one per MCM (four DIMM cards per memory feature), evenly distributing memory throughout the processor books installed. Incremental memory for each processor book must be added in identical feature pairs (eight DIMMs). As a result, each processor book will contain either four, six, or eight identical memory features (two per MCM), which equals a maximum of 32 DDR2 memory DIMM cards.
  • Excluding 0/4 GB and 0/64 GB memory (#5693 and #5697), memory features 5694, 5695, and 5696 must be 50% activated as a minimum at the time of order with either feature 5680 or 5681. Features 5693 and 5697 must be 100% activated with either feature 5680 or 5681 at the time of purchase. Also, all bulk order memory features 8201, 8202, 8203, 8204, and 8205 must be activated 100% at the time of order with feature 5681.
  • Maximum system memory is 4096 GB and 64 memory features (eight features per processor book or 256 DDR2 cards per system).
  • DDR1 memory is not supported.
  • DDR2 memory card (#7814) 9119-590, -595, 4 GB, 533 MHz is not supported.
  • Migrated DDR2 memory cards from p590, p595, and i595 donor servers are supported in a 595 server. These are the memory features 4501, 4502, and 4503.
  • If migrating DDR2 memory, each migrated DDR2 memory feature requires an interposer feature. Each memory size (0/8, 0/16, and 0/32 GB) has its own individual interposer: one feature 5605 per 0/8 GB feature, one feature 5611 per 0/16 GB feature, and one feature 5584 per 0/32 GB feature. Each interposer feature is comprised of four interposer cards.
  • DDR2 migrated memory features must be migrated in pairs. Four interposers are required for each migrated DDR2 feature (four DIMMs/feature). Interposer cards must be used in increments of two within the same processor book. Each 595 processor book may contain a maximum of 32 interposer cards.
  • In general, mixing memory within processor books is not allowed, whereas mixing memory within a 595 server is allowed. Within a 595 server, individual processor books may contain memory different from that contained in another processor book. However, within a processor book, all memory must be comprised of identical memory features. This means that, within a 595 processor book, migrated interposer memory cannot be mixed with 595 memory features, even if they are the same size. Within a 595 server, it is recommended that mixed memory should not be different by more than 2x in size. That is, a mix of 8 GB and 16 GB features is acceptable, but a mix of 4 GB and 16 GB is not recommended within a server.

Racks, power, and cooling

  • The Power 595 server must be installed in a raised floor environment.
  • The primary system rack is a 24-inch rack with an integrated power subsystem to support the 595 system. It provides 42U of rack space and houses the CEC and its components.
  • A Powered Expansion Rack (#6954) is available for large system configurations that require more 24-inch I/O drawer expansion than is available in the primary system rack. It provides an identical redundant power subsystem as that available in the primary rack. The PCI Expansion Drawers (#5797, #5791, and #5792) may be used with rack feature 6954. The 12X PCI drawer (#5798) is not supported in rack feature 6954.
  • An Unpowered Expansion Rack (#6953) is available if additional 24-inch rack space is required. To install the Expansion Rack feature, the side cover of the Powered Expansion Rack is removed, the Expansion Rack (#6953) is bolted to the side, and the side cover is placed on the exposed side of the Expansion Rack (#6953). Power for components in the Expansion Rack is provided from the bulk power assemblies in the Powered Expansion Rack. The PCI expansion drawers (#5797, #5791, and #5794) may be used with rack feature 6954. The 12X, PCI drawer (#5798) is not supported in rack feature 6953.
  • The 12X I/O Drawer (#5797) can be used for additional I/O capacity in the 595 CEC rack and both of the 595 Expansion Racks (#6953 and #6954). The 12X I/O Drawer (#5798) cannot be used with the 595 Expansion Racks (#6953 and #6954). The 9119-590/595 PCI expansion drawers (#5791 and #5794) may be used with the 595 CEC rack and Expansion Racks (#6953 and #6954).
  • Additional DASD expansion is available in a 42U high, 19-inch Unpowered Expansion Rack (#0553). Both the feature 5786 SCSI (4U) and feature 5886 SAS drawers may be mounted in this rack. Also available is the PCI-X expansion drawer (#5790). A maximum of four I/O bus adapters (#1814) is available in each CEC processor book for the PCI-X Expansion Drawer (#5790). The Expansion Drawer (#5790) must include a feature 6438, dual-port RIO-G adapter in order to communicate with the CEC's feature 1814 RIO-2 I/O bus adapter.
  • Although not available for new orders, the 9119-595 Powered Expansion Rack (#5792) may also be used for additional 24-inch I/O drawer expansion. The Powered Expansion Rack (#5792) only supports the RIO-2 I/O Drawers (#5791 and #5794). It does not support the 12X I/O Drawers (#5797 nor #5798). When the 9119-595 Powered Expansion Rack (#5792) is used, the Unpowered Expansion Rack (#8691) may be used for additional I/O expansion. The feature 8691 rack is bolted onto the powered Expansion Rack (#5792). The 9119-595 Expansions Racks (#5792) do not support additional I/O expansion using the 12X PCI Drawers (#5797 and #5798). The 9119-595 Expansions Racks (#5792 and #8691) only support the RIO-2 I/O Drawers (#5791 and #5794).
  • All 24-inch, 595 racks and expansion feature racks must have door assemblies installed. Door kits containing front and rear doors are available in either slimline, acoustic, rear heat exchanger, or acoustic rear heat exchanger styles.
    • The slimline door kit provides a smaller footprint alternative to the acoustical doors for those customers who may be more concerned with floor space than noise levels. The doors are slimmer because they do not contain acoustical treatment to attenuate the noise.
    • The acoustical door kit provides specially designed front and rear acoustical doors that greatly reduce the noise emissions from the system and thereby lower the noise levels in the data center. The doors include acoustically absorptive foam and unique air inlet and exhaust ducts to attenuate the noise. This is the default door option.
    • The non-acoustical front door and rear door heat exchanger kit provides additional cooling to reduce environmental cooling requirements for the 595 server installation. This feature provides a smaller footprint alternative to the acoustical doors along with a Rear Door Heat Exchanger for those customers who may be more concerned with floor space than noise levels and also need to reduce the environmental cooling requirements for the 595 server.
    • The acoustical front door and rear door heat exchanger kit provides both additional cooling and acoustical noise reduction for use where a quieter environment is desired along with additional environmental cooling. This feature provides a specially designed front acoustical door and an acoustical attachment to the Rear Door Heat Exchanger door that reduce the noise emissions from the system and thereby lower the noise levels in the data center. Acoustically absorptive foam and unique air inlet and exhaust ducts are employed to attenuate the noise.
  • The height of the system rack or Expansion Rack features (42U) may require special handling when shipping by air or when moving under a low doorway.
  • The 595 uses redundant power throughout its design. It implements redundant bulk power assemblies, bulk power regulators, power controllers, power distribution assemblies, dc power converters, and associated cabling.
  • Power for the 595 CEC is supplied from dc bulk power assemblies in the system rack. The bulk power is converted to the power levels required for the CEC via dc power converters.
  • The primary system rack and Powered Expansion Rack always incorporate two bulk power assemblies for redundancy. These provide 350 V dc power for devices located in those racks and associated nonpowered Expansion Racks. These bulk power assemblies are mounted in front and rear positions and occupy the top 8U of the rack. To help provide optimum system availability, these bulk power assemblies should be powered from separate power sources with separate line cords.
  • A Bulk Power Hub (BPH) is contained in each of the redundant bulk power assemblies located in the front and rear at the top the CEC rack. The BPH contains 24 redundant Ethernet ports (48 ports total). Connected to the BPH are the following: 1) the system service processors (FSP), 2) Hardware Management Console (HMC), 3) Bulk Power Controllers, and 4) each of the eight processor book nodes.
  • Redundant Bulk Power Regulators (BPR)(#6333) interface to the bulk power assemblies to help ensure proper power is supplied to the system components. Bulk power regulators are always installed in pairs in the front and rear bulk power assemblies to provide redundancy. The number of bulk power regulators required is configuration-dependent based on the number of processor MCMs and I/O drawers installed. Additional Power Regulators (#6186) are used with the p5 Powered Expansion Rack (#5792), when needed.
  • Redundant Bulk Power Distribution (BPD) Assemblies (#6334) provide additional power connections to support the system cooling fans dc power converters contained in the CEC and the I/O drawers. Ten connector locations are provided by each power distribution assembly. Additional BPD Assemblies (#7837) are provided with the p5 Powered Expansion Rack (#5792), when needed.
  • The power subsystem in the primary system rack is capable of supporting 595 servers with one or eight processor books installed, a media drawer, and up to three I/O drawers.
  • The number of BPR (#6333) and BPD Assemblies (#6334) varies, depending on the number of processor books, I/O drawers, and battery backup features installed, as well as the racking configurations. The following tables provide the number of BPRs and BPDs required for each combination:


595 servers using Powered Expansion Rack (#6954) without battery
backup (#6331) and without media (#8449)

 
                                  Table 1
                   CEC Rack w/Powered Expansion Rack (#6954)
                            w/o IBF and w/o Media
                     for 4.2 GHz and 5.0 GHz Processors
 
             1 Processor    2 Processor    3 Processor   4 Processor
             BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs   BPRs   BPDs
 1 Drawer     4      2       4      2       6      2       6      2
 2 Drawers    4      2       4      2       6      2       6      2
 3 Drawers    4      2       4      2       6      2       6      2
 4 Drawers    6      4       6      4       8      4       8      4
 5 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       8      4       8      4
 6 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       8      4       8      4
 7 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       8      4       8      4
 8 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4      10      6      10      6
 9 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6      10      6
10 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6      10      6
11 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6      10      8
12 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6      10      8
13 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      10      8
14 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      12      8
15 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      12      8
16 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      12      8
17 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
18 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
19 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
20 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
 
             5 Processor    6 Processor    7 Processor    8 Processor
             BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs
 1 Drawer     6      4       8      4       8      4       8      4
 2 Drawers    6      4       8      4       8      4       8      4
 3 Drawers    8      4       8      4       8      4       8      4
 4 Drawers   10      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 5 Drawers   10      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 6 Drawers   10      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 7 Drawers   10      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 8 Drawers   12      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
 9 Drawers   12      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
10 Drawers   12      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
11 Drawers   12      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
12 Drawers   12      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
13 Drawers   12      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
14 Drawers   14      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
15 Drawers   14      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
16 Drawers   14      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
17 Drawers   14      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
18 Drawers   16     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
19 Drawers   16     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
20 Drawers   16     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
21 Drawers   NA     NA      16     10      16     10      16     10
22 Drawers   NA     NA      18     10      18     10      18     10
23 Drawers   NA     NA      18     10      18     10      18     10
24 Drawers   NA     NA      18     10      18     10      18     10
25 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      18     10      18     12
26 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      18     10      18     12
27 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      18     10      18     12
28 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      20     10      20     12
29 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12
30 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12
 

595 servers using Powered Expansion Rack (#6954) without battery
backup (#6331) and with media (#8449)

 
                                  Table 2
                  CEC Rack w/Powered Expansion Rack (#6954)
                       w/o IBF and with Media (#8449)
                     for 4.2 GHz and 5.0 GHz Processors
 
             1 Processor    2 Processor    3 Processor   4 Processor
             BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs   BPRs   BPDs
 1 Drawer     4      2       4      2       6      2       6      2
 2 Drawers    4      2       4      2       6      2       6      2
 3 Drawers    6      4       6      4       6      4       6      4
 4 Drawers    6      4       6      4       6      4       6      4
 5 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       6      4       6      4
 6 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       6      4       6      4
 7 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       8      4       8      4
 8 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       8      4       8      4
 9 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA       8      4       8      4
10 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA       8      6       8      6
11 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA       8      6       8      6
12 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA       8      6       8      6
13 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6
14 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6
15 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6
16 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6
17 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
18 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
19 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
20 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
 
             5 Processor    6 Processor    7 Processor    8 Processor
             BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs
 1 Drawer     6      4       8      4       8      4       8      4
 2 Drawers    6      4       8      4       8      4       8      4
 3 Drawers    8      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 4 Drawers    8      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 5 Drawers    8      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 6 Drawers    8      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 7 Drawers   10      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
 8 Drawers   10      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
 9 Drawers   10      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
10 Drawers   10      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
11 Drawers   10      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
12 Drawers   10      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
13 Drawers   12      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
14 Drawers   12      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
15 Drawers   12      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
16 Drawers   12      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
17 Drawers   14     10      16     10      16     10      16      8
18 Drawers   14     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
19 Drawers   14     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
20 Drawers   14     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
21 Drawers   NA     NA      18     10      18     10      18     10
22 Drawers   NA     NA      18     10      18     10      18     10
23 Drawers   NA     NA      18     10      18     10      18     10
24 Drawers   NA     NA      20     12      18     10      18     10
25 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      18     12      18     12
26 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      18     12      18     12
27 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      18     12      18     12
28 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12      20     12
29 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12
30 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12
 

595 servers using Powered Expansion Rack (#6954) with battery
backup (#6331) and without media (#8449)

 
                                   Table 3
                   CEC Rack w/Powered Expansion Rack (#6954)
                        With IBF #6331 and w/o Media
                     for 4.2 GHz and 5.0 GHz Processors
 
             1 Processor    2 Processor    3 Processor   4 Processor
             BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs   BPRs   BPDs
 1 Drawer     4      2       4      2       6      2       6      2
 2 Drawers    4      2       4      2       6      2       6      2
 3 Drawers    6      4       6      4       8      4       8      4
 4 Drawers    6      4       6      4       8      4       8      4
 5 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       8      4       8      4
 6 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4       8      4       8      4
 7 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4      10      4      10      4
 8 Drawers   NA     NA       6      4      10      4      10      4
 9 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6      10      6
10 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6      10      6
11 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6      10      6
12 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      10      6      10      6
13 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      12      6
14 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      12      6
15 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      12      6
16 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      14      8
17 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
18 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
19 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
20 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA
 
             5 Processor    6 Processor    7 Processor    8 Processor
             BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs    BPRs   BPDs
 1 Drawer     6      4       8      4       8      4       8      4
 2 Drawers    6      4       8      4       8      4       8      4
 3 Drawers    8      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 4 Drawers    8      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 5 Drawers    8      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 6 Drawers    8      6      10      6      10      6      10      6
 7 Drawers   10      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
 8 Drawers   10      6      12      6      12      6      12      6
 9 Drawers   10      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
10 Drawers   10      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
11 Drawers   10      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
12 Drawers   10      8      12      8      12      8      12      8
13 Drawers   12      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
14 Drawers   12      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
15 Drawers   12      8      14      8      14      8      14      8
16 Drawers   14     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
17 Drawers   14     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
18 Drawers   14     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
19 Drawers   14     10      16     10      16     10      16     10
20 Drawers   16     10      18     10      18     10      18     10
21 Drawers   NA     NA      18     10      18     10      18     10
22 Drawers   NA     NA      18     10      18     12      18     12
23 Drawers   NA     NA      18     12      18     12      18     12
24 Drawers   NA     NA      18     12      18     12      18     12
25 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      18     12      18     12
26 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12      20     12
27 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12      20     12
28 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12      20     12
29 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12
30 Drawers   NA     NA      NA     NA      NA     NA      20     12
 
                      Table 4
      Powered Expansion Rack (#5792) and
      Bolt-on Expansion Rack (#8691)
      with/without Integrated Battery Backup (#6200)
 
                    BPRs   BPDs  BPCs
                   #6186   #7837 #7803
 
 1 Drawer            2      0     2
 2 Drawers           2      0     2
 3 Drawers           2      0     2
 4 Drawers           2      2     2
 5 Drawers           2      2     2
 6 Drawers           4      2     2
 7 Drawers           4      2     2
 8 Drawers(1)        4      2     2
 9 Drawers(2)        4      4     2
10 Drawers(2)        4      4     2
11 Drawers(2)        4      4     2
12 Drawers(2)        4      4     2
 
Powered Expansion Rack (#5792) and the Bolt-on Expansion Rack (#8961)
may be migrated during model conversion.  Only the feature 5791 or
5794 RIO-2 I/O drawers may be used in these Expansion Racks.
 
(1) No drawer allowed in this position with IBB feature 6200.
(2) Drawers in unpowered Expansion Rack.
  • An optional Integrated Battery Backup is available, if desired. The battery backup units are designed to protect against power line disturbances and provide sufficient, redundant power to allow an orderly system shutdown in the event that the power sources fail.The battery backup units attach to the system bulk power regulators. They are each 2U high and located in all three system racks: CEC, Powered Expansion Rack, and nonpowered, Bolt-on Rack. When ordered, they displace the media drawer or an I/O drawer. In the CEC rack, two positions, 9 and 11,are each occupied by two redundant battery backup units below the CPU processor books. When positions 9 and 11 are occupied by battery backup units, they replace the media drawer and one I/O drawer. When ordered, each unit provides both primary and redundant backup power and occupies 2Us of rack space. Each unit occupies both front and rear positions in the rack. The front rack positions provide primary battery backup of the power subsystem; the rear rack positions provide redundant battery backup. The media drawer is not available when the battery backup feature is ordered. In the Powered Expansion Rack (#6494), two battery backup units are located in locations 9 and 11, displacing one I/O drawer. As in the CEC rack, these battery backup units provide both primary and redundant battery backup of the power subsystem. Refer to Tables 1, 2, and 3 for the required number of Bulk Power Assembly features BPR (#6333) and BPD (#6334) when battery backup is ordered.

    When migrated, the Powered Expansion Rack (#5792) and nonpowered Bolt-on Expansion Rack (#8691) are available as Expansion Racks. When features 5792 and 8691 are ordered with battery backup, both primary (#6200) and redundant (#6201) battery backup units may be ordered.

    • The battery backup features 6200 and 6201 each require 2U of space in the Powered Expansion Rack (#5792) and Bolt-on Expansion Rack (#8691).
    • If battery backup is desired for the Powered Expansion Rack (#5792), one primary feature number 6200 should be ordered for every six I/O drawers in the Expansion Racks. A total of two primary battery backup units mount in the front of the Powered Expansion Rack at the 13U and 17U locations.
    • Redundant Integrated Battery Backup (#6201) is used to back up the power subsystem in the event that the primary battery backup unit fails. If Redundant battery backup units are desired, they are mounted in both the Powered Expansion Rack and the Bolt-on rack.One redundant unit should be ordered for each of the two primary battery backup units. One redundant battery backup unit is located in the front of the Powered Expansion Rack at 15U above the primary battery backup unit mounted at 13U. The second redundant battery backup unit is mounted in the front of the bolt-on Expansion Rack at 13U.
  • If additional external communication and storage devices are required, a 19-inch, 42U-high nonpowered Expansion Rack may be ordered as feature 0533. Feature 0533 is equivalent to the 7014-T42 rack, which is supported for use with a 9119-FHA server. Also supported for use with the 9119-FHA are:
    • 7014-T00 and feature 0551 (36U, 1.8 meters)
    • 7014-S11 (11U high)
    • 7014-S25 (25U high)
  • In addition to the above supported racks, the following expansion drawers and towers are also supported:
    • PCI-X Expansion Tower/Unit (#5094)
    • PCI-X Exp Tower (no disk) (#5096, #5088)
    • 1.8 m I/O Tower (#5294)
    • 1.8 m I/O Tower (no disk) (#5296)
    • PCI-X Tower Unit in Rack (#0595)
    • PCI Expansion Drawer (#5790)

    There is no limit on the number of 7014 racks allowed.

Logical partitioning

  • Logical partitioning (LPAR) allows the 595 server resources to be allocated and to simultaneously run multiple instances of the supported operating systems on a single server.
  • LPAR allocation, monitoring, and control is provided by the HMC.
  • Each LPAR functions under its own instance of the operating system.
  • A minimum of 128 MB of memory is required per LPAR.

PowerVM technology with Live Partition Mobility

  • Optional PowerVM feature allow partitions to be created that are in units of less than one CPU (sub-CPU LPARs) and allow the same system I/O to be virtually allocated to these partitions.
  • With PowerVM features, the processors on the system can be partitioned into as many as 10 LPARs per processor.
  • An encrypted key is supplied to the customer and installed on the system, authorizing the partitioning at the subprocessor level.
  • Using PowerVM feature, the 595 can be divided into as many as 254 LPARs. System resources can be dedicated to each LPAR.
  • PowerVM features require AIX 5.3, AIX 6.1, i 6.1, or Linux.
  • PowerVM is available in both the Standard and Enterprise Editions. Live Partition Mobility is only available in the Enterprise Edition. PowerVM provides the ability to run most x86 Linux applications

PowerVM Lx86 runs most x86 Linux applications, but PowerVM Lx86 cannot run applications that:

  • Directly access hardware devices (for example, 3D graphics adapters)
  • Require nonstandard kernel module access or use kernel modules not provided by the Linux operating system distribution
  • Do not use only the Intel® IA-32 instruction set architecture as defined by the 1997 Intel Architecture Software Developer's Manual consisting of Basic Architecture (Order Number 243190), Instruction Set Reference Manual (Order Number 243191), and the System Programming Guide (Order Number 243192) dated 1997
  • Do not run correctly on Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 starting with version 4.3 or Novell SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 9 starting with version SP3 or Novell SLES 10
  • Use real-mode or 16-bit instructions
  • Are x86 Linux specific system administration or configuration tools

A full list of qualifications can be found at:

PowerVM Lx86 is not supported on existing System i servers.

System control

  • Each 595 server must be connected to an HMC for system control, LPAR, Capacity Upgrade on Demand, and service functions. The HMC is capable of supporting multiple POWER6 servers.
  • Each 595 server can be connected to two HMCs for redundancy, if desired.
  • The 595 is connected to the HMC through Ethernet connections to the front and rear Bulk Power Hub (BPH) in the CEC Bulk Power Assembly.

I/O drawers

  • The 595 utilizes 4U-tall remote I/O drawers for directly attached PCI or PCI-X adapters and SCSI disk capabilities.
  • Each I/O drawer is divided into two separate halves. Each half contains 10 blind-swap PCI-X slots and one or two Ultra3 SCSI 4-pack backplanes for a total of 20 PCI slots and up to 16 hot-swap disk bays per drawer.
  • When an AIX operating system is specified as the primary operating system, a minimum of one I/O drawer (#5791) per system is required in the 5U location within the CEC rack.
  • When an IBM i operating system is specified as the primary operating system, a minimum of one PCI-X Expansion Drawer (#5790) per system is required in a 19-inch Expansion Rack. A RIO-2 Remote I/O Loop Adapter (#6438) is required to communicate with the 595 CEC RIO-G Adapter (#1814).
  • When the 12X I/O Drawer (#5797) is available, the above minimum requirement will be replaced by one feature 5797 per system in the 5U location within the CEC rack. Both I/O drawer feature numbers 5791 and 5797 contain 20 PCI-X slots and 16 disk bays.
  • 7040-61D I/O drawers are not supported in the 9119-FHA server.
  • A maximum of 12 feature 5791, 5807, 5794, or 5808, or 30 feature 5797 I/O drawers can be connected to a 595 server. The total quantity of features 5791+5797+5798+5807+5808 must be less than or equal to 30.
  • One single-wide, blind-swap cassette (equivalent to those in #4599) is provided in each PCI or PCI-X slot of the I/O drawer. Cassettes not containing an adapter will be shipped with a "dummy" card installed to help ensure proper environmental characteristics for the drawer. If additional single-wide, blind-swap cassettes are needed, feature number 4599 should be ordered.
  • All 10 PCI-X slots on each I/O drawer planar are capable of supporting either 64-bit or 32-bit PCI or PCI-X adapters. Each I/O drawer planar provides 10 PCI-X slots capable of supporting 3.3-V signaling PCI or PCI-X adapters operating at speeds up to 133 MHz.
  • Each I/O drawer planar incorporates two integrated Ultra3 SCSI adapters for direct attachment of the two 4-pack hot-swap backplanes in that half of the drawer. These adapters do not support external SCSI device attachments.
  • Each half of the I/O drawer is powered separately.

I/O drawer attachment

  • System I/O drawers are always connected to the 595 CEC via either RIO-2 loops or 12X loops. Drawer connections are always made in loops to help protect against a single point-of-failure resulting from an open, missing, or disconnected cable. Systems with nonlooped configurations could experience degraded performance and serviceability.
  • RIO-2 loop connections operate bidirectional at 1 GBps (2 GBps aggregate). RIO-2 loops connect to the system CEC via RIO-2 loop attachment adapters (#1814). Each adapter has two ports and can support one RIO-2 loop. Up to four of the adapters can be installed in each 8-core processor book.
  • 12X loop connections operate bidirectional at 3 GBps (6 GBps aggregate). 12X loops connect to the system CEC via 12X loop attachment adapters (#1816). Each adapter has two ports and can support one 12X loop. Up to four of the adapters can be installed in each 8-core processor book.
  • For AIX applications, up to 12 RIO-2 drawers or 30 12X I/O drawers can be attached to the 595, depending on the server and attachment configuration. The total quantity of features 5791+5797+5798+5807+5808 must be less than or equal to 30.
  • For IBM i applications, a maximum of 96 RIO-2 drawers or 30 12X I/O drawers can be attached to the 595, depending on the server and attachment configuration.
  • I/O drawers may be connected to the CEC in either single-loop or dual-loop mode. Dual-loop mode is recommended whenever possible as it provides the maximum bandwidth between the I/O drawer and the CEC.
  • Single-loop mode connects an entire I/O drawer to the CEC through one loop (two ports). The two I/O planars in the I/O drawer are connected with a short jumper cable. Single-loop connection requires one loop (two ports) per I/O drawer.
  • Dual-loop mode connects each I/O planar in the drawer to the CEC separately. Each I/O planar is connected to the CEC through a separate loop. Dual-loop connection requires two loops (four ports) per I/O drawer.
  • The following table indicates the number of single-looped and double-looped I/O drawers that can be connected to a 595 server based on the number of processor books installed:

                        Single-looped      Dual-looped
 
1 processor books             4                 2
2 processor books             8                 4
3 processor books            12                 6
4 processor books            16                 8
5 processor books            20                10
6 processor books            24                12
7 processor books            28                14
8 processor books            32                16
  • On initial orders of 595 servers, IBM manufacturing will place dual-loop-connected I/O drawers as the lowest numerically designated drawers followed by any single-looped I/O drawers.

            595 System Configurations
      With Media in 12U (w/#8449) Location
#6953          #6954
Bolt-on        Powered
Expansion      Expansion               595 CEC
Rack           Rack                    Rack
________________________             ____________
 __Filler___             42                      42
 __Filler___             41                      41
                Bulk     40             Bulk     40
 4U Filler     Power     39             Power    39
              Assembly   38            Assembly  38
 ___________   (BPRs)    37             (BPRs)   37
               (BPDs)    36             (BPDs)   36
  4U Filler  ___________ 35          ___________ 35
             ___________ 34<Filler   ___________ 34<1U Filler
 ___________ ___________ 33<Filler   ___________ 33<Front Light Strip
                         32          #4 #7 #8 #2 32
  4U Filler   4U Filler  31                      31
 (5797 only) (5797 only) 30          8           30
 ___________ ___________ 29          C           29
                         28          O           28
                         27          R           27
 #16/30 I/O   #9/23 I/O  26          E           26
 ___________ ___________ 25          S           25
                         24                      24
                         23          __ __ __ __ 23
 #15/29 I/O   #8/22 I/O  22          ___________ 22
 ___________ ___________ 21          #3 #5 #6 #1 21
                         20                      20
 #14/28 I/O              19          8           19
              #7/21 I/O  18          C           18
 ___________ ___________ 17          O           17
                         16          R           16
 #13/27 I/O   #6/20 I/O  15          E           15
                         14          S           14
 ___________ ___________ 13          __ __ __ __ 13 #5720 w/#8449
                         12          ___________ 12<1U Media Dwr.
 #12/26 I/O   #5/19 I/O  11          ___________ 11<1U Filler
                         10           2U Filler  10
 ___________ ___________  9          ___________  9
                          8                       8
 #11/25 I/O   #4/18 I/O   7           #1 I/O      7
                          6          (5791/5797)  6
 ___________ ___________  5          ___________  5
                          4                       4
 #10/24 I/O   #3/17 I/O   3           #2 I/O      3
                          2          (5791/5797)  2
 ___________ ___________  1          ___________  1
 
      With Media in 34U (Default) Location
    #6953      #6954
   Bolt-on     Powered
   Expansion  Expansion               595 CEC
     Rack       Rack                    Rack
________________________             ____________
 __Filler___             42                      42
 __Filler___             41                      41
                Bulk     40             Bulk     40
               Power     39            Power     39
  4U Filler   Assembly   38           Assembly   38
 ___________   (BPRs)    37            (BPRs)    37
               (BPDs)    36            (BPDs)    36
  4U Filler  ___________ 35          ___________ 35
             ___________ 33<Filler   ___________ 34<Media Dwr #5720
 ___________ ___(FLS)___ 33<FLS      ___(FLS)___ 33<Frt Light Strip
                         32                      32
  4U Filler   4U Filler  31          #4 #7 #8 #2 31
 (5797 only) (5797 only) 30                      30
 ___________ ___________ 29          8           29
                         28          C           28
 #17/31 I/O  #10/24 I/O  27          O           27
                         26          R           26
 ___________ ___________ 25          E           25
                         24          S           24
 #16/30 I/O   #9/23 I/O  23          __ __ __ __ 23
                         22          ___________ 22
 ___________ ___________ 21          #3 #5 #6 #1 21
                         20                      20
 #15/29 I/O   #8/22 I/O  19          8           19
                         18          C           18
 ___________ ___________ 17          O           17
                         15          E           15
  14/28 I/O   #7/21 I/O  14          S           14
 ___________ ___________ 13          __ __ __ __ 13
                         12                      12
 #13/27 I/O   #6/20 I/O  11           #2 I/O     11
                         10          (5791/5797  10
 ___________ ___________  9          ___________  9
                          8                       8
 #12/26 I/O   #5/19 I/O   7           #1 I/O      7
                          6          (5791/5797)  6
 ___________ ___________  5          ___________  5
                          4                       4
 #11/25 I/O   #4/18 I/O   3           #3 I/O      3
                          2          (5791/5797   2
 ___________ ___________  1          ___________  1
 
            With Battery Backup #6331
 #6953        #6954
Bolt-on       Powered
Expansion     Expansion               595 CEC
Rack          Rack                      Rack
________________________            ____________
 __Filler___             42                      42
 __Filler___             41                      41
               Bulk      40             Bulk     40
 4U Filler     Power     39             Power    39
              Assembly   38           Assembly   38
 ___________   (BPRs)    37            (BPRs)    37
               (BPDs)    36            (BPDs)    36
  4U Filler  ___________ 35          ___________ 35
             ___________ 34<Filler   ___________ 34<1U Filler
 ___________ ___________ 33<Filler   ___________ 33<Frt Light Strip
                         32          #4 #7 #8 #2 32
  4U Filler   4U Filler  31                      31
 (5797 only) (5797 only) 30          8           30
 ___________ ___________ 29          C           29
                         28          O           28
                         27          R           27
 #15/38 I/O   #8/21 I/O  26          E           26
 ___________ ___________ 25          S           25
                         24                      24
                         23          __ __ __ __ 23
 #14/27 I/O   #7/20 I/O  22          ___________ 22
 ___________ ___________ 21          #3 #5 #6 #1 21
                         20                      20
 #13/26 I/O              19          8           19
              #6/19 I/O  18          C           18
 ___________ ___________ 17          O           17
                         16          R           16
 #12/25 I/O   #5/18 I/O  15          E           15
                         14          S           14
 ___________ ___________ 13          __ __ __ __ 13
              IBF #4/6   12            IBF #2    12<Pair(F & B)
 #11/24 I/O  _Pair(F & B)11          ___________ 11
              IBF #3/5   10            IBF #1    10<Pair(F & B)
 ___________ _Pair(F & B) 9          ___________  9
                          8                       8
 #10/23 I/O   #4/17 I/O   7           #1 I/O      7
                          6          (5791/5797)  6
 ___________ ___________  5          ___________  5
                          4                       4
  #9/22 I/O   #3/16 I/O   3           #2 I/O      3
                          2          (5791/5797)  2
 ___________ ___________  1          ___________  1
 
Optional Power Expansion w/Bolt-on Rack
         w/o Battery Backup
 
 
              #8691       #5792
            Unpowered    Powered
            Expansion    Expansion
              Rack         Rack
 
                          Power
 39U/40U   4U Filler
 
 35U/36U   4U Filler      Power
 
 31U/32U   4U Filler    Drawer 23
 
 27U/28U   4U Filler    Drawer 22
 
 23U/24U   4U Filler    Drawer 21
 
 19U/20U   4U Filler    Drawer 20
 17U/18U                2U Filler
 15U/16U   4U Filler
 13U/14U   2U Filler
 11U/12U
                        Drawer 16
  9U/10U   Drawer 26
 
  5U/6U    Drawer 25    Drawer 17
 
  1U/2U    Drawer 24    Drawer 18
 
           No  Battery   No Battery
             Backup       Backup
 
Optional Power Expansion w/Bolt-on Rack
         and Battery Backup
 
              #8691       #5792
            Unpowered    Powered
            Expansion    Expansion
              Rack         Rack
 
                          Power
 39U/40U   4U Filler
 
 35U/36U   4U Filler      Power
 
 31U/32U   4U Filler    Drawer 22
 
 27U/28U   4U Filler    Drawer 21
 
 23U/24U   4U Filler    Drawer 20
 
 19U/20U   4U Filler    Drawer 19
 17U/18U                6200-P5
 15U/16U   4U Filler    6200-R4
 13U/14U   6200-R5      6200-P4
 11U/12U
 
  9U/10U   Drawer 25    Drawer 16
 
  5U/6U    Drawer 24    Drawer 17
 
  1U/2U    Drawer 23    Drawer 18
 
          With Battery With Battery
           Backup       Backup

Disks, boot devices, load source, and media devices

  • The 595 server must have access to a device capable of reading CD media or to a NIM server.
    • The recommended devices for reading CD/DVD media are the 9119-FHA (#5720), 7214-1U2, or 7212-103. These devices attach via a PCI SCSI adapter in one of the system I/O drawers.
    • If an AIX or Linux operating system is specified as the primary operating system, a NIM server may be used. If used, it must be attached through a PCI LAN adapter in one of the system I/O drawers. An Ethernet connection is recommended.
  • If an AIX or Linux operating system is specified as the primary operating system, a minimum of two internal SCSI hard disks is required per 595 server. It is recommended that these disks be used as mirrored boot devices. These disks should be mounted in the first I/O drawer whenever possible. This configuration provides service personnel the maximum amount of diagnostic information if the system encounters errors in the boot sequence.
  • Boot support is also available from local SCSI and Fibre Channel adapters, or from networks via Ethernet or token-ring adapters.
  • Consideration should also be given to the placement of the AIX rootvg volume group in the first I/O drawer. This allows AIX to boot any time other I/O drawers are found offline during boot.
  • If the boot source other than internal disk is configured, the supporting adapter should also be in the first I/O drawer.
  • The 595 incorporates an Early Power Off Warning (EPOW) capability that assists in performing an orderly system shutdown in the event of a sudden power loss. IBM recommends use of the Integrated Battery Backup features or an uninterruptible power system (UPS) to help ensure against loss of data due to power failures.

PCI and PCI-X slots and adapters

  • System maximum limits for adapters and devices may not provide optimal system performance. These limits are given to help assure connectivity and function.
  • Configuration limitations have been established to help ensure appropriate PCI or PCI-X bus loading, adapter addressing, and system and adapter functional characteristics when ordering I/O drawers. These I/O drawer limitations are in addition to individual adapter limitations shown in the feature descriptions section of the Sales Manual.

Keyboards and displays

  • USB keyboards supporting various language groups can be ordered with the I/O drawer for use with native-attached displays on the 595. A three-button USB mouse connects to the USB keyboard.
  • A variety of flat panel and CRT displays are available to support graphics adapters, if desired.

Adapters

  • Most PCI and PCI-X adapters for the 595 system are capable of being hot-plugged. Any PCI adapter supporting a boot device or system console should not be hot-plugged.
  • The following adapters are not hot-plug-capable:
    • POWER GXT135P Graphics Accelerator with Digital Support (#2849)
    • 2-Port Multiprotocol PCI Adapter (#2962)
  • The maximum number of a specific PCI or PCI-X adapter allowed per 595 server may be less than the number allowed per I/O drawer multiplied by the maximum number of I/O drawers.

On Demand Business computing

Capacity on Demand for processors

  • Capacity on Demand (CoD) for processors is available for the 595 servers. CoD for processors allows inactive processors to be installed in the 595 server and can be permanently activated by the customer as required.
  • All processor books available on the 595 are initially implemented as 8-core CoD offerings with zero active processors.
  • The minimum number of permanently activated processors is based on the number of processor books installed as follows:
    • One processor book installed requires three permanently activated processors.
    • Two processor books installed require six permanently activated processors.
    • Three processor books installed require nine permanently activated processors.
    • Four processor books installed require 12 permanently activated processors.
    • Five processor books installed require 15 permanently activated processors.
    • Six processor books installed require 18 permanently activated processors.
    • Seven processor books installed require 21 permanently activated processors.
    • Eight processor books installed require 24 permanently activated processors.
  • Additional processors on the CoD MCMs are activated in increments of one by ordering the appropriate activation feature number. If more than one processor is to be activated at the same time, the activation feature should be ordered in multiples.
  • After receiving an order for a CoD for processors activation feature, IBM will provide the customer with a 32-character encrypted key. This key is entered into the system to activate the desired number of additional processors.
  • CoD processors that have not been activated are available to the 595 server for dynamic processor sparing when running the AIX 5.3 or AIX 6.1 operating system. If the server detects the impending failure of an active processor, it will attempt to activate one of the unused CoD processors and add it to the system configuration. This helps to keep the server's processing power at full strength until a repair action can be scheduled.

On/Off Capacity on Demand

IBM Power Systems On/Off Capacity on Demand delivers great flexibility in meeting peak demands that are temporary in duration. Inactive processors and memory can be temporarily activated with a simple request made from the HMC. Before requesting temporary capacity, the server must be registered and an On/Off enablement activation feature must be ordered and installed.

The following features are used to order enablement codes and support billing charges on the 595:

                                                  IBM i
                     On/Off CoD   On/Off CoD    On/Off CoD
                     Processor    Processor     Processor
          Processor  Enablement   Billing       Billing
Model     Feature    Feature      Feature       Feature
 
FHA       4694         7971         5941          5943
FHA       4695         7971         5942          5944
FHA       4694         7971         7234          5945
FHA       4695         7971         7244          5946
 
                        On/Off CoD     On/Off CoD
                        Memory         Memory
  Model     Memory      Enablement     Billing
            Features    Feature        Feature
 
  FHA       5693           7973         5691
  FHA       5694           7973         5691
  FHA       5695           7973         5691
  FHA       5696           7973         5691
  FHA       5697           7973         5691
  FHA       4501           7973         5691
  FHA       4502           7973         5691
  FHA       4503           7973         5691

The On/Off CoD process consists of three steps: Enablement, Activation, and Billing

On/Off CoD Enablement: Description

Before requesting temporary capacity on a server, you must "enable" it for On/Off CoD. To do this, order an enablement feature (MES only) and sign the required contracts. IBM will generate an enablement code, mail it to you, and post it on the Web for you to retrieve and enter on your server. A processor enablement code lets you request up to 360 processor days of temporary capacity. If you have reached the limit of 360 processor days, place an order for another processor enablement code to reset the number of days you can request to 360.

A memory enablement code lets you request up to 999 memory days of temporary capacity. If you have reached the limit of 999 memory days, place an order for another memory enablement code to reset the number of days you can request to 999.

On/Off CoD Enablement: Step-by-Step

Prerequisite 1: Sales channel (IBM Business Partner) must sign one of the following contracts, if applicable:

  • IBM Business Partner Agreement, Distributor Attachment for On/Off Capacity On Demand
  • IBM Business Partner Agreement for Solution Providers — Attachment for On/Off Capacity On Demand
  • IBM Business Partner Agreement — Attachment for On/Off Capacity On Demand

Prerequisite 2: Sales channel (IBM Business Partner or IBM Direct) must register at the following Web site

  • Step 1: Client initiates request for On/Off CoD use by requesting Sales channel to enable the machine for temporary capacity.
  • Step 2: Client must complete and sign the following contracts. It is the Sales channel's responsibility to return the signed contract to the responsible CSO organization and fax a copy to IBM at 507-253-4553.
    • Required: IBM Customer Agreement, Attachment for On/Off Capacity On Demand; IBM Supplement for On/Off Capacity On Demand
    • Optional: IBM Addendum for On/Off Capacity On Demand Alternative Reporting
  • Step 3: Sales channel places an order for processor or memory enablement features.
  • Step 4: Sales channel updates the Web site registration data with information about the customer machine being enabled for temporary capacity.

    Note: The order for an enablement feature will not be fulfilled until this step is completed.

  • Step 5: IBM generates an enablement code and mails/posts it.
  • Step 6: Customer retrieves the enablement code and applies it to the server.

On/Off Activation Requests: Description

When On/Off CoD temporary capacity is needed, simply use the HMC menu for On/Off CoD and specify how many of the inactive processors or gigabytes of memory you would like temporarily activated for some number of days.

You will be billed for the days requested, whether the capacity is assigned to partitions or left in the shared processor pool.

At the end of the temporary period (days you requested), you must ensure the temporarily activated capacity is available to be reclaimed by the server (not assigned to partitions), or you will be billed for any unreturned processor days (per the contract you signed).

On/Off CoD Activation Requests: Step-by-Step

When there is a need for temporary capacity, use the On/Off CoD temporary capacity HMC menu for the server and specify how many of the inactive processors or gigabytes of memory you would like temporarily activated for some number of days.

The user must assign the temporary capacity to a partition (whether or not the machine is configured for LPAR) to begin using temporary capacity.

On/Off CoD Billing: Description

The contract, signed by the client before receiving the enablement code, requires the On/Off CoD user to report billing data at least once a month (whether there is activity or not). This data is used to determine the proper amount to bill at the end of each billing period (calendar quarter).

Failure to report billing data for use of temporary processor or memory capacity during a billing quarter will result in default billing equivalent to 90 processor days of temporary capacity.

The Sales channel will be notified of customer requests for temporary capacity. As a result, the Sales channel must order a quantity of billing features (one feature for each billable processor and memory day reported).

On/Off CoD billing: Step-by-step

The client must report billing data (requested and unreturned processor and memory days) at a minimum of once per month either electronically or via fax (stated requirement in the signed contract).

At the end of each billing period (calendar quarter), IBM will process the accumulated data reported and notify the Sales channel for proper billing.

The Sales channel places an order for the appropriate quantity of billing features (one processor billing feature ordered for each processor day used, or one memory day for each memory day utilized).

IBM will ship a billing notice (notifies customer of billing actions) to the ship-to address on the order as part of the fulfillment process.

The customer pays the Sales channel and the Sales channel pays IBM for the fulfillment of the billing features.

Utility CoD: Utility CoD autonomically provides additional processor performance on a temporary basis within the shared processor pool. Utility CoD enables you to place a quantity of inactive processors into the server's Shared Processor Pool, which then becomes available to the pool's resource manager. When the server recognizes that the combined processor utilization within the shared pool exceeds 100% of the level of base (purchased/active) processors assigned across uncapped partitions, then a Utility CoD Processor Minute is charged and this level of performance is available for the next minute of use. If additional workload requires a higher level of performance, the system will automatically allow the additional Utility CoD processors to be used and the system automatically and continuously monitors and charges for the performance needed above the base (permanent) level. Registration and usage reporting for Utility CoD is made using a public Web site and payment is based on reported usage. Utility CoD requires PowerVM Standard Edition (#7943) or PowerVM Enterprise Edition (#8002) to be active on the 9119-FHA.

      Utility
      Billing
      Processor
Model Feature    Utility CoD Feature Description
 
FHA    5941      100 Processor minutes for #4694 (4.2 GHz)
FHA    5942      100 Processor minutes for #4695 (5.0 GHz)
FHA    5943      100 Processor minutes for #4694, IBM i
FHA    5944      100 Processor minutes for #4695, IBM i
 
      Utility
      Billing
      Processor
Model Feature   On/Off Processor CoD Feature Description
 
FHA    5945     On/Off Proc CoD Billing, 1 Proc-Day, for #4694, IBM i
FHA    5946     On/Off Proc CoD Billing, 1 Proc-Day, for #4695, IBM i
FHA    7234     On/Off Proc CoD Billing, 1 Proc-Day, for #4694
FHA    7244     On/Off Proc CoD Billing, 1 Proc-Day, for #4695

Trial Capacity on Demand (Trial CoD)

  • Trial CoD is a function delivered with all Power Systems servers supporting CUoD resources. Those servers with standby 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 CUoD resources or can be used to provide immediate access to standby resources when the purchase of a permanent activation is pending.
  • Trial CoD is a complimentary service offered by IBM. Although IBM intends to continue it for the foreseeable future, IBM reserves the right to withdraw Trial CoD at any time, with or without notice.

Capacity BackUp for Power 595

Power 595 Capacity BackUp for DR Capability

The following procedure allows flexibility in defining the number of active and standby processors for 595 customized configurations. Activations of IBM Power 595 Capacity BackUp (CBU) servers are made using the On/Off CoD function. The same terms and contracts apply to CBU servers as apply to ones using On/Off CoD.

An IBM Power 595 Capacity Backup for DR offers an offsite, disaster recovery machine at an affordable price. A 4/32-core or 4/64-core 595 leverages On/Off CoD capabilities into an effective backup server.The offering includes:

  • Four processors that are permanently activated and can be used for any workload
  • Either 28 or 60 standby processors to be used in the event of a disaster
  • Either 1800 (4/32-core) or 3600 (4/64-core) of On/Off CoD processor days available for testing or for use in the event of a disaster

Capacity BackUp for DR for 595 servers are offered in configurations limited to the following:

  • 4/32 POWER6 4.2 GHz CBU system: Must configure 4 x #7569 and 4 x #4754
  • 4/64 POWER6 4.2 GHz CBU system: Must configure 8 x #7569 and 4 x #4754
  • 4/32 POWER6 5.0 GHz CBU system: Must configure 4 x #7571 and 4 x #4755
  • 4/64 POWER6 5.0 GHz CBU system: Must configure 8 x #7571 and 4 x #4755

I/O and memory minimums and maximums are the same as the Power 595 offerings.

The standby processors cannot be permanently activated. For the On/Off CoD processor days included in the offering, additional usage days may be purchased at regular On/Off CoD activation prices. However, regular use of standby processors outside a disaster is costly.

For more information on Capacity on Demand usage, visit

Power 595 Capacity BackUp (CBU) Capability

The Power 595 systems' CBU designation can help meet your requirements for a second system to use for backup, high availability, and disaster recovery. It enables you to temporarily transfer IBM i processor license entitlements and IBM i 5250 Enterprise Enablement entitlements purchased for a primary machine to a secondary CBU-designated system. Temporarily transferring these resources instead of purchasing them for your secondary system may result in significant savings. Processor activations cannot be transferred.

The CBU specify feature 4895 is independent of the use the special 9119 CBU for DR processor features. The CBU specify feature 4896 can be used on any qualifying 9119-FHA server. The CBU specify feature 4896 is available only as part of a new server purchase or during a model MES upgrade to a 9119-FHA (for example, from a 9406-595 to 9119-FHA). Certain system prerequisites must be met and system registration and approval are required before the CBU specify feature can be applied on a new server.

Standard IBM i terms and conditions do not allow either IBM i processor license entitlements or IBM i 5250 OLTP (Enterprise Enablement) entitlements to be transferred permanently or temporarily. These entitlements remain with the machine they were ordered for. When you register the association between your primary and on-order CBU system, you must agree to certain terms and conditions regarding the temporary transfer. Once a CBU system designation is approved and the system is installed, you can temporarily move your optional IBM i processor license entitlement and 5250 Enterprise Enablement entitlements from the primary system to the CBU system when the primary system is down or while the primary system processors are inactive. The CBU system can then better support failover and role swapping for a full range of test, disaster recovery, and high availability scenarios. Temporary entitlement transfer means that the entitlement is a property transferred from the primary system to the CBU system and may remain in use on the CBU as long as the registered primary and CBU system are in deployment for the high availability or disaster recovery operation.

The primary system for a Power 595 server can be:

  • 9119-FHA
  • 9406-595

These systems have IBM i software licenses with an IBM i P50, or higher. The primary machine must be in the same enterprise as the CBU system.

Before you can temporarily transfer IBM i processor license entitlements from the registered primary system, you must have more than a defined minimum number of IBM i processor entitlements on the primary machine and at least one IBM i processor license on the CBU server. An activated processor must be available on the CBU server to use the transferred entitlement. You may then transfer any IBM i processor entitlements above the defined minimum, assuming the total IBM i workload on the primary system does not require the IBM i entitlement you would like to transfer during the time of the transfer. The defined minimum number of IBM i processor licenses are:

  • One on a 9119-FHA primary machine
  • Four on a 9406-595 primary machine

During this temporary transfer, the CBU system's internal records of its total number of IBM i processor license entitlements are not updated, and you may see IBM i license noncompliance warning messages from the CBU system. Such messages that arise in this situation do not mean you are not in compliance.

Before you can temporarily transfer 5250 entitlements, you must have more than a defined minimum number of 5250 Enterprise Enablement entitlements on the primary server and at least one 5250 Enterprise Enablement entitlement on the CBU system. You may then transfer the 5250 entitlements that are not required on the primary server during the time of transfer and that are above the minimum number of entitlements. The defined minimum number of 5250 Enterprise Enablement entitlements are:

  • One on a 9119-FHA primary server
  • Four on a 9406-595 primary server

For example, if you have a 32-core 9119-FHA as your primary system with 10 IBM i processor license entitlements (nine above the minimum) and two 5250 Enterprise Enablement entitlements (one above the minimum), you can temporarily transfer up to nine IBM i entitlements and up to one 5250 Enterprise Enablement entitlement. During the temporary transfer, the CBU system's internal records of its total number of IBM i processor entitlements is not updated, and you may see IBM i license noncompliance warning messages from the CBU system.

If your primary or CBU machine is sold or discontinued from use, any temporary entitlement transfers must be returned to the machine on which they were originally acquired.

For CBU registration and further information, visit

Dynamic logical partitioning

  • DLPAR allows system resources to be easily and quickly configured across multiple LPARs on the 595 server.
  • DLPAR can be used to add newly activated CUoD processors and memory into a 595 configuration without requiring a system reboot.
  • This function is supported by:
    • AIX 5.3
    • AIX 6.1
    • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 Service Pack 2 for POWER
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.7 for POWER
    • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.2 for POWER

Planning information

Cable orders: No additional cables are required.

Security, auditability, and control

This product uses the security and auditability features of the operating system 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.
 
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IBM Electronic Services

IBM Electronic Services is designed to increase system availability and automatically manage system support.

IBM Electronic Service Agent™ and IBM Electronic Services Web Portal comprise the IBM Electronic Services solution. IBM is dedicated to providing fast, exceptional support to clients who use IBM servers.

Electronic Service Agent automatically reports hardware events, such as system errors and performance issues. Systems enabled with this tool "call home" to IBM Support, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week — at no additional cost.

As part of an increased focus on better service, Electronic Service Agent is configured at installation time for every IBM Power 595 server. IBM systems support representatives configure the tool when the system is installed, at no charge. In support of this program, a new security white paper describes the secure data exchange between the HMC and the IBM Service Delivery Center (SDC) and the methods and protocols for this exchange. To read the white paper and prepare for Electronic Service Agent installation, visit the Reference Guide section at

Integrated with the HMC, and part of the AIX and IBM i operating systems, Electronic Service Agent is designed to automatically and electronically report system failures and utilization issues to IBM, resulting in faster problem resolution and increased availability for your systems. System configuration and inventory information collected by Electronic Service Agent can also be viewed by IBM Support for faster problem resolution.

The Electronic Services Web Portal is a single Internet entry point that replaces the multiple entry points traditionally used to access IBM Internet services and support. This Web portal enables you to gain easier access to IBM resources for assistance in resolving technical problems. The newly improved My Systems and My Search functions make it even easier for you to track system inventory and find pertinent fixes.

Benefits

  • Higher availability: Electronic Service Agent is designed to enhance your Warranty or Maintenance Agreement by offering faster hardware error reporting and uploading system information to IBM Support. This can translate to less wasted time monitoring the symptoms, diagnosing the error, and manually calling IBM Support to open a problem record. Around-the-clock monitoring and reporting means no more dependence on human intervention or off-hours customer personnel when errors are encountered in the middle of the night.
  • Security: Electronic Service Agent is secure — monitoring, reporting, and storing the data at IBM. Electronic Service Agent securely transmits data either via the Internet or modem, and can be configured to communicate securely through gateways to give you a single point of exit from your site. Communication is one way — IBM cannot call into your system. System inventory information is stored in a secure database that is protected behind IBM firewalls. Access to this information is limited to you and IBM. Your business applications or business data is never transmitted to IBM.
  • More accurate reporting: Better reporting and automatic problem routing mean higher system availability and fix confidence. Because system information and error logs are automatically uploaded to the IBM Support center in conjunction with the service request, you do not need to find and send system information, decreasing the risk of misreported or misdiagnosed errors. Once inside IBM, problem error data is run through a data knowledge management system and knowledge articles are appended to the problem record.
  • Customized support: Using the IBM ID you entered during activation, you can view system and support information in the My Systems and My Search sections of the Electronic Services Web Portal at

    http://www.ibm.com/support/electronic

    My Systems offers formatted reports of hardware and software installed using information collected from the systems by Electronic Service Agent. Reports are available for any system associated with your IBM ID. My Search combines the function of search and system information collected by Electronic Service Agent to deliver advanced searching of the IBM technical support knowledgebase, with results customized to your unique system.

    For more information on how to take advantage the power of Electronic Services, and for information about Electronic Service Agent for all your platforms, contact your IBM Systems Services representative or visit

    http://www.ibm.com/support/electronic


 
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Terms and conditions

Volume orders: Contact your IBM representative.

IBM Global Financing: Yes

Warranty period: One year

Warranty service: If required, IBM provides repair or exchange service depending on the types of warranty service specified for the machine. IBM will attempt to resolve your problem over the telephone, or electronically via an IBM Web site. You must follow the problem determination and resolution procedures that IBM specifies. Scheduling of service will depend upon the time of your call and is subject to parts availability. If applicable to your product, parts considered customer replaceable units (CRUs) will be provided as part of the machine's standard warranty service.

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.

CRU service: Based on the service response time of this system, IBM may provide CRUs for you to replace. CRU information and replacement instructions are shipped with your machine and are available from IBM upon your request. CRUs are designated as being either a Tier 1 or a Tier 2 CRU.

Tier 1 and Tier 2 CRU: Based on the service response time of this system, you may replace a Tier 1 or Tier 2 CRU yourself or request IBM to install it, at no additional charge.

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

On-site service: IBM will repair the failing machine at your location and verify its operation. You must provide 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.

Service level is

  • IBM On-site repair (IOR), 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, same-day response

Non-IBM parts service

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

Warranty service upgrades: During the warranty period, warranty service upgrades provide an enhanced level of On-site Service for an additional charge. Service levels are response-time objectives and are not guaranteed. See the Warranty services section for additional details.

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

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. The following on-site response-time objectives are available as warranty service upgrades for your machine. Available offerings are:

  • 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 2-hour average response

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

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

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.

Service levels are:

  • 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 4-hour average response
  • 24 hours per day, 7 days a week, 2-hour average response

CRU service: If your problem can be resolved with a CRU (for example, keyboard, mouse, speaker, memory, or hard disk drive), and depending upon the maintenance service offerings in your geography, 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 upon your request.

Based upon availability, CRUs will be shipped for NBD delivery. IBM specifies, in the materials shipped with a replacement CRU, whether a defective CRU must be returned to IBM. When return is required, 1) return instructions and a container are shipped with the replacement CRU and 2) you may be charged for the replacement CRU if IBM does not receive the defective CRU within 15 days of your receipt of the replacement.

CRUs may be provided as part of the machine's standard maintenance service except that you may install a CRU yourself or request IBM installation, at no additional charge, under any of the On-site Service levels specified above.

Non-IBM parts service

Under certain conditions, IBM provides services for selected non-IBM parts at no additional charge for machines that are covered under warranty service upgrades or maintenance services.

This service includes hardware problem determination (PD) on the non-IBM parts (for example, adapter cards, PCMCIA cards, disk drives, memory) installed within IBM machines and provides the labor to replace the failing parts at no additional charge.

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

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: Yes

Machine installation: Installation is performed by IBM. IBM will install the machine in accordance with the IBM installation procedures for the machine. In the United States, contact IBM at 800-IBM-SERV (426-7378). In other countries, contact the local IBM office.

The machine Installation Guide specifies site preparation, physical requirements, installation (operating) environment, and any cabling included in the installation along with the approximate installation time in hours. Customer requests for installation of items not covered in the installation guide may be performed at IBM's hourly service rate designated for the machine.

Graduated program license charges apply: Yes

The applicable processor group is H5.

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 acquired by the customer. You can obtain the agreement by contacting your IBM representative or visiting

IBM may release changes to the machine code. IBM plans to make the machine code changes available for download from the IBM Power Systems technical support Web site

If the machine does not function as warranted and your problem can be resolved through your application of downloadable machine code, you are responsible for downloading and installing these designated machine code changes as IBM specifies. If you would prefer, you may request IBM to install downloadable machine code changes; however, you may be charged for that service.

Educational allowance

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

The educational allowance is 5% for the products in this announcement.
 
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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 specific models of the IBM Power Systems 9119 machine type:

                                                    Initial/
                                                    MES/
                      Model  Feature Purchase       Both/        RP
Description           number number  price    MMMC  Support  CSU MES
 
IBM Power 595          FHA           $91,000  $2,633         No
 
Specify Code for       FHA     0032      687        Both     Yes No
 External High Speed
 Modem
 
Mirrored System Disk   FHA     0040        0        Both     Yes No
 Level Specify Code
 
Device Parity          FHA     0041        0        Both     Yes No
 Protection-All
 Specify Code
 
Mirrored System IOP    FHA     0042        0        Both     Yes No
 Level Specify Code
 
Mirrored System Bus    FHA     0043        0        Both     Yes No
 Level Specify Code
 
Device Parity RAID-6   FHA     0047        0        Both     Yes No
 All Specify Code
 
RISC-to-RISC Data      FHA     0205        0        Initial  N/A No
 Migration
 
Rack Content Specify:  FHA     0212        0        Must Rem N/A No
 7045/SW4 -- 4U
 
1Gbps Ethernet Specify FHA     0226        0        Support  Yes No
 
AIX Partition Specify  FHA     0265        0        Both     Yes No
 
Linux Partition        FHA     0266        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify
 
IBM i Operating System FHA     0267        0        Both     N/A
 Partition Specify
 

The media drawer requires the following:
(1) 19-inch rack #0533 w/1U of space.
(2) PCI Expansion Drawer, #5790.
(3) SAS PCIX 2.0 Dual Controller, #5912 or #5902.

 
Media Drawer, 19-inch  FHA     0274  $     0        Both     No  No
 
CSC Specify            FHA     0275        0        Both     N/A No
CSC Specify            FHA     0276        0        Initial  N/A No
CSC Specify            FHA     0277        0        Initial  N/A No
CSC Specify            FHA     0278        0        Support  N/A No
CSC Specify            FHA     0279        0        Initial  N/A No
CSC Specify            FHA     0280        0        Initial  N/A No
CSC Specify            FHA     0281        0        Initial  N/A No
CSC Specify            FHA     0282        0        Initial  N/A No
 
Ext Tape Attached      FHA     0290        0        Both     Yes No
 via #5736
 
Specify Custom Data    FHA     0296        0        Both     Yes No
 Protection
 
Specify code for       FHA     0300        0        Support  Yes No
 #5736/#5775
 
Specify EXP24 Attach   FHA     0302        0        MES      Yes No
 via Existing Controller
 
Mirrored Level System  FHA     0308        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify Code
 
Specify SAS Controller FHA     0309        0        Both     Yes No
 Port Attach
 
Specify FSP/Node       FHA     0319        0        Must Rem N/A
 Redundancy Enablement
 
IPCS Extension Cables  FHA     0325      144        Support  Yes No
 for NT
 
RAID Hot Spare Specify FHA     0347        0        Both     Yes No
 
V.24/EIA232
 20-Ft PCI Cable       FHA     0348      164        Both     Yes No
 50-Ft PCI Cable       FHA     0349      229        Support  Yes No
 
V.35 20-Ft PCI Cable   FHA     0353      164        Both     Yes No
V.35 50-Ft PCI Cable   FHA     0354      229        Support  Yes No
V.36 20-Ft PCI Cable   FHA     0356      164        Support  Yes No
X.21 20-Ft PCI Cable   FHA     0359      491        Both     Yes No
X.21 50-Ft PCI Cable   FHA     0360      229        Support  Yes No
X.21 50-Ft PCI Cable   FHA     0365      262        Support  Yes No
 
V.24/EIA232 80-Ft      FHA     0367      164        Both     Yes No
 PCI Cable
 
512MB DDR Server       FHA     0446      576        MES      Yes No
 Memory
 
1GB DDR Server Memory  FHA     0447    1,532        Support  Yes No
 
i5/OS Version V5R3     FHA     0530       NC        Must Rem N/A
Specify
 
V5R3 OS, V5R3M5        FHA     0531       NC        Must Rem N/A
 Machine Code Specify
 
V5R4 OS, V5R4M0        FHA     0532       NC        Must Rem N/A
 Machine Code Specify
 
IBM i 5.4 w/ V5R4M5    FHA     0533        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify Code
 
IBM i 6.1 Specify Code FHA     0534        0        Both     Yes No
 
19 inch,
 1.8 meter high rack   FHA     0551    3,500        Support  Yes No
 2.0 meter high rack   FHA     0553    4,745        Both     Yes No
 0.6 meter high rack   FHA     0554    1,478        Support  Yes No
 1.3 meter high rack   FHA     0555    2,617        Support  Yes No
 
PCI-X Expansion Unit   FHA     0588   15,709   $200 Support  No  No
 in Rack
 
PCI/SCSI Disk          FHA     0595    9,419    229 Support  No  No
 Expansion Drawer
 
Rack Filler Panel Kit  FHA     0599       98        Both     Yes No
 
#5094 Equivalent       FHA     0694        0        Support  Yes No
#5096 Equivalent       FHA     0696        0        Support  Yes No
 
Specify Load Source    FHA     0725        0        Both     N/A No
 
 in #5786
Specify #5886 Load     FHA     0727        0        Both     N/A No
 Source placement
#4319 Load Source      FHA     0830        0        Support  Yes No
 Specify
#4326 Load Source      FHA     0834        0        Support  Yes No
 Specify
#4327 Load Source      FHA     0835        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify
#4328 Load Source      FHA     0836        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify
SAN Load Source        FHA     0837        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify
#3676 Load Source      FHA     0838        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify
#3677 Load Source      FHA     0839        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify
#3678 Load Source      FHA     0840        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify
#4329 Load Source      FHA     0841        0        Both     Yes No
 Specify
US TAA Compliance      FHA     0983       NC        Initial  N/A No
 Indicator
 
Modem Cable -- U.S./   FHA     1025       18        Both     Yes No
 Canada and General Use
 
Decline Electronic     FHA     1120       NC        Initial  N/A No
 Service Agent
 Install Indicator
 
System Unique          FHA     1311        0        MES      Yes No
 Identifier
 
200V 16A 14-Ft TL      FHA     1406        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
4.3m 200V/16A Power    FHA     1409       18        Support  Yes No
 Cord AU/NZ
 
125V 14-Ft Line Cord   FHA     1413        0        Support  Yes No
 
200V 6-Ft Locking      FHA     1414        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
200V 6-Ft Watertight   FHA     1415        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
200V 14-Ft Locking     FHA     1416        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
200V 14-Ft Watertight  FHA     1417        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
4.3m 200V/16A Power    FHA     1419       18        Both     Yes No
 Cord Israel
 
200V 6-Ft Locking      FHA     1424        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
200V 6-Ft Watertight   FHA     1425        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
200V 14-Ft Locking     FHA     1426        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
200V 14-Ft Watertight  FHA     1427        0        Support  Yes No
 Line Cord
 
4.3m 200V/10A Power    FHA     1438       18        Support  Yes No
 Cord AU/NZ
 
4.3m 200V/10A
 Power Cord Denmark    FHA     1440       18        Support  Yes No
 Power Cord Swiss      FHA     1442       18        Support  Yes No
 Power Cord UK         FHA     1443       18        Support  Yes No
 Power Cord Israel     FHA     1445       18        Support  Yes No
4.3m 200V/30A
 Power Cord Korea      FHA     1446      314        Support  Yes No
 Power Cord AU         FHA     1447      314        Support  Yes No
 Power Cord NZ         FHA     1448      314        Support  Yes No
4.3m 200V/32A          FHA     1449      314        Support  Yes No
 Power Cord EU 1-PH
4.3m 200V/16A          FHA     1450       18        Support  Yes No
 Power Cord EU 2-PH
 
200V 6-Ft (1.8m)       FHA     1451       52        Both     Yes No
 Line Cord
200V 14-Ft (4.3m)      FHA     1452       52        Both     Yes No
 Line Cord
200V 6-Ft (1.8m)       FHA     1453       52        Both     Yes No
 Locking Line Cord
200V 12A 14-Ft (4.3m)  FHA     1454      262        Both     Yes No
 TL Line Cord
200V 6-Ft (1.8m)       FHA     1455      262        Both     Yes No
 Watertight Line Cord
200V 14-Ft (4.3m)      FHA     1456      262        Both     Yes No
 Watertight Line Cord
200V 6-Ft (1.8m)       FHA     1457        0        Support  Yes No
 Upper Line Cord
200V 6-Ft (1.8m)       FHA     1458        0        Support  Yes No
 Upper Locking Cord
200V 6-Ft (1.8m)       FHA     1459      262        Both     Yes No
 Upper Locking Cord
 
3m Copper RIO Cable    FHA     1460      589        MES      Yes No
6m Copper RIO Cable    FHA     1461      720        MES      Yes No
15m RIO Cable          FHA     1462    1,440        MES      Yes No
30m SPCN Cable         FHA     1466        0        Support  Yes No
6m RIO to RIO-2 Cable  FHA     1474      851        MES      Yes No
10m RIO to RIO-2 Cable FHA     1475    1,572        MES      Yes No
 
4.3m 200V/16A Pwr Cd   FHA     1477      262        Support  Yes No
 
Remote I/O Cable, 15M  FHA     1485    1,440        Both     Yes No
 
3m RIO to RIO-2 Cable  FHA     1487      540        Support  Yes No
 
IPCS Keyboard/Mouse    FHA     1700      118        Support  Yes No
 for NT
 
Remote I/O-2 (RIO-2)   FHA     1814    2,500        Both     No  No
 Loop Adapter,
 Two Port
 
GX Dual-port 12x HCA   FHA     1816    4,000        Both     No  No
 
1.5 Meter 12X to 4X    FHA     1828      397        Both     Yes No
 Channel Conversion
 Cable
0.6 Meter 12X Cable    FHA     1829      463        Both     No  No
2.5 Meter 12X Cable    FHA     1831      650        Both     No  No
8.0 Meter 12X Cable    FHA     1834      960        Both     No  No
8m 12x to three 4x     FHA     1838    1,375        Must Rem N/A No
 Cable
3 Meter 12X to 4X      FHA     1841      496        Both     Yes No
 Channel Conversion
 Cable
10 Meter 12X to 4X     FHA     1842      794        Both     Yes No
 Channel Conversion
 Cable
 
PCI SCSI Adapter       FHA     2114      298        Support  Yes No
 16-Bit Differential
 External Y Cable
 
Converter Cable,       FHA     2118       66        Support  Yes No
 VHDCI to P, Mini-68
 pin to 68 pin, 0.3M
 
Ultra 320 SCSI
 Cable 1 Meter         FHA     2124      166        Both     Yes No
 Cable 3 Meter         FHA     2125      185        Both     Yes No
 Cable 5 Meter         FHA     2126      206        Both     Yes No
 Cable 10 Meter        FHA     2127      278        Both     Yes No
 Cable 20 Meter        FHA     2128      437        Both     Yes No
 
SCSI Cable, B & C To   FHA     2137      275        Must Rem N/A
 Media Drawer, 1.5M,
 Mini- 68P TO 68P
 
0.55 Meter Ultra 320   FHA     2138      100        Both     Yes No
 SCSI Cable
 
Primary OS -- IBM i    FHA     2145        0        Both     N/A No
 Operating System
 
Primary OS -- AIX      FHA     2146        0        Both     Yes
 
Primary OS -- Linux    FHA     2147        0        Both     Yes
 
2.5M 16-bit SCSI-2     FHA     2425      143        Support  Yes
 System-to-System Cable
 
2M LC-SC 50 Micron     FHA     2456      110        Both     Yes
 Fiber Converter Cable
 
2M LC-SC 62.5 Micron   FHA     2459      110        Both     Yes
 Fiber Converter Cable
 
External USB 1.44 MB   FHA     2591      110        Support  N/A
 Diskette Drive
 
16X/48X(max) IDE       FHA     2634      275        Must Rem N/A
 DVD-ROM Drive
 
Keyboard/Mouse         FHA     2737      300        Must Rem Yes
 Attachment Card -- PCI
 
2-Port USB PCI Adapter FHA     2738       60        Both     Yes No
 
PCI Ultra Mag Media    FHA     2749    1,702        Support  Yes No
 Controller
 
PCI-X Ultra RAID       FHA     2757    9,425        Support  Yes No
 Disk Controller
PCI-X Ultra4 RAID      FHA     2780    8,116        Support  Yes No
 
 Disk Controller
PCI-X Fibre Chan       FHA     2787    8,116        Support  Yes No
 Disk Controller
 
PCI IOP                FHA     2844    2,749        Both     Yes No
PCI IOP for SAN        FHA     2847    3,273        Both     Yes No
 Load Source
 
POWER GXT135P Graphics FHA     2848      495        Must Rem Yes
 Accelerator
POWER GXT135P Graphics FHA     2849      449        Both     Yes No
 Accelerator with
 Digital Support
 
ARTIC960Hx 4-Port      FHA     2861      469        Support  Yes No
 EIA-232 Cable
ARTIC960Hx 4-Port      FHA     2863      552        Support  Yes No
 X.21 Cable
ARTIC960Hx 4-Port      FHA     2864      926        Support  Yes No
 V.35 (DTE) Cable
 
3M Asynchronous        FHA     2934       49        Both     Yes No
 Terminal/Printer
 Cable EIA-232
Asynchronous Cable     FHA     2936       81        Both     Yes No
 EIA-232/V.24 3M
 
8-Port Asynchronous    FHA     2943    1,538        Both     Yes No
 Adapter EIA-232/
 RS-422, PCI bus
 
128-Port Asynchronous  FHA     2944    1,428        Must Rem N/A No
 Controller, PCI bus
 
TURBOWAYS(R) 622 Mbps  FHA     2946    1,403        Must Rem N/A
 PCI MMF ATM Adapter
 
ARTIC960Hx 4-Port      FHA     2947    3,998        Support  Yes No
 Multiprotocol PCI
 Adapter
 
Cable, V.24 / EIA-232  FHA     2951      193        Must Rem N/A
Cable, V.35            FHA     2952      353        Must Rem N/A
Cable, V.36 / EIA-499  FHA     2953      281        Must Rem N/A
Cable, X.21            FHA     2954      193        Must Rem N/A
 
2-Port Multiprotocol   FHA     2962    2,205        Must Rem N/A
 PCI Adapter
 
Serial-to-Serial Port
 Cable for Rack/Rack
                       FHA     3125       88        Both     Yes No
RIO-2 (Remote I/O-2)
 Cable, 1.2M           FHA     3146      463        Both     Yes No
 Cable, 3.5M           FHA     3147      728        Both     Yes No
 Cable, 10M            FHA     3148    1,125        Both     Yes No
 
18.2 GB 10,000 RPM     FHA     3157    1,260        Support  N/A No
 Ultra3 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
36.4 GB 10,000 RPM     FHA     3158      900        Support  N/A No
 Ultra3 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
73.4 GB 10,000 RPM     FHA     3159      900        Support  N/A No
 Ultra3 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
 
RIO-2 (Remote I/O-2)
 Cable, 2.5M           FHA     3168      596        Both     Yes No
 Cable, 8.0M           FHA     3170      800        Both     Yes No
 
Switch Cbl.(SNI)
 20M Optical           FHA     3256      487        Must Rem N/A
 40M Optical           FHA     3257      727        Must Rem N/A
 
36.4 GB 10,000 RPM     FHA     3273      900        Support  Yes No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
 
73.4 GB 10,000 RPM     FHA     3274      900        Support  Yes No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
 
146.8 GB 10,000 RPM    FHA     3275    1,680        Support  Yes No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
 
36.4 GB 15,000 RPM     FHA     3277      599        Support  Yes No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
 
73.4 GB 15,000 RPM     FHA     3278      659        Support  Yes No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
 
146.8 GB 15,000 RPM    FHA     3279    1,299        Both     Yes No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
 
300 GB 10,000 RPM      FHA     3578    1,599        Support  Yes No
 Ultra320 SCSI Disk
 Drive Assembly
 
300 GB 15K RPM SCSI    FHA     3585    1,999        Support  Yes No
Disk Drive
 
IBM P76/P77 Color      FHA     3627      575        Must Rem N/A
 Monitor, Business
 Black, Captured Cable
 
IBM P260/P275 Color    FHA     3628    1,400        Support  Yes
 Monitor, Business
 Black, and Cable
 
T210 Flat-Panel        FHA     3635    7,500        Support  Yes
 Monitor
 
L200P Flat Panel       FHA     3636    1,416        Support  Yes
 Monitor
 
IBM T541H /L150p 15"   FHA     3637      538        Support  Yes
 TFT Color Monitor
 
IBM C220p 21-inch      FHA     3638      995        Must Rem Yes
 Color Monitor,
 Business Black, and
 Cable
 
ThinkVision(R) L170p   FHA     3639      995        Support  Yes
 Flat Panel Monitor
 
ThinkVision L171p Flat FHA     3640      768        Support  Yes
 Panel Monitor
 
IBM T115 Flat Panel    FHA     3641      740        Both     Yes
 Monitor
 
ThinkVision L191p Flat FHA     3642      900        Support  Yes
 Panel Monitor
 
IBM T120 Flat Panel    FHA     3643    1,754        Support  Yes
 Monitor
 

NOTE: These features are subject to an $8.00 electronic
waste recycling fee (15-inch to 34-inch video device.)

 
IBM T119 Flat Panel    FHA     3644    1,119        Both     Yes
 Monitor
 
IBM T117 Flat Panel    FHA     3645      926        Both     Yes
 Monitor
 
73 GB 15K RPM SAS      FHA     3646      659        Both     Yes
 Disk Drive
 
146 GB 15K RPM SAS     FHA     3647    1,299        Both     Yes
 Disk Drive
 
300 GB 15K RPM SAS     FHA     3648    1,999        Both     Yes
 Disk Drive
 
SAS Cable (EE) Drawer
 to Drawer 1M          FHA     3652       66        Both     Yes
 to Drawer 3M          FHA     3653       93        Both     Yes
 to Drawer 6M          FHA     3654      159        Both     Yes
 
SAS Cable (X) Adapter
 to SAS Enclosure,
 Dual Controller/Dual
  Path 3M              FHA     3661      199        Both     Yes No
  Path 6M              FHA     3662      399        Both     Yes No
  Path 15M             FHA     3663      699        Both     Yes No
 
69.7GB 15k rpm         FHA     3676      659        Both     Yes No
 SAS Disk Drive
139.5GB 15k rpm        FHA     3677    1,299        Both     Yes No
 SAS Disk Drive
283.7GB 15k rpm        FHA     3678    1,999        Both     Yes No
 SAS Disk Drive
 
SAS Cable (AI)- 1M     FHA     3679       70        Both     Yes No
SAS Cable (AE) Adapter
 to Enclosure, single
 controller/single
  path 3M              FHA     3684      199        Both     Yes No
  path 6M              FHA     3685      399        Both     Yes No
 
SAS Cable (YO) Adapter
 to SAS Enclosure,
 Single Controller/
 Dual Path
  1.5 M                FHA     3691      119        Both     Yes No
  3 M                  FHA     3692      146        Both     Yes No
  6 M                  FHA     3693      199        Both     Yes No
  15 M                 FHA     3694      699        Both     No  No
 
LPAR Restrict Build    FHA     3701        0        Initial  N/A No
 Process
 
External xSeries(R)    FHA     3704        0        Support  Yes No
 Attach
 
PCI IOP                FHA     3705    2,520        Support  Yes No
 
DVD-ROM                FHA     3706      785        Support  Yes No
 
30GB 1/4-Inch          FHA     3707    5,236        Support  Yes No
 Cartridge Tape
 
50GB 1/4-Inch          FHA     3708    7,855        Support  Yes No
 Cartridge Tape
 
PCI 100/10Mbps         FHA     3709      539        Support  Yes No
 Ethernet IOA
 
Service Tool Kit,      FHA     3756    2,100        Must Rem N/A
 High Performance
 Switch
 
Service Shelf Tool Kit FHA     3757        0        Must Rem N/A
 
Universal Lift Tool
 and Service Ladder    FHA     3759    5,000        Both     No  No
 Adapter               FHA     3761        0        Both     No  No
 
0.3M Serial Port       FHA     3925       28        Both     Yes No
 Converter Cable,
 9-Pin to 25-Pin
 
Asynch Printer/        FHA     3926      101        Both     Yes No
 Terminal Cable, 9-pin
 to 25-pin, 4M
 
Serial Port Null Modem FHA     3928       89        Both     Yes No
 Cable, 9-pin to 9-pin,
 10M
 
6-Foot Extender Cable  FHA     4242      110        Both     Yes No
 for Displays (15-pin
 D-shell to 15-pin
 D-shell)
 
SCSI-to-IDE Interface  FHA     4253      100        Must Rem N/A No
 Bridge
 
Extender Cable -- USB  FHA     4256       56        Both     Yes No
 Keyboards, 2M
 
VGA to DVI Connection  FHA     4276       10        Both     Yes No
 Converter
 
35.16GB 10k rpm        FHA     4319      982        Support  Yes No
 Disk Unit
35.16GB 15k rpm        FHA     4326    1,570        Support  Yes No
 Disk Unit
70.56GB 15k rpm        FHA     4327      999        Both     Yes No
 Disk Unit
141.12GB 15k rpm       FHA     4328    1,299        Both     Yes No
 Disk Unit
282.25GB 15k rpm       FHA     4329    2,799        Both     Yes No
 Disk Unit
 
DVD-RAM                FHA     4430    2,095        Support  Yes No
 
50GB 1/4-Inch          FHA     4487    7,855        Support  Yes No
 Cartridge Tape
 
0/4 GB 533 MHz DDR2    FHA     4500    1,518        Must Rem No  Yes
 CoD Memory Card
0/8 GB 533 MHz DDR2    FHA     4501    3,035        Support  No  Yes
 CoD Memory Card
0/16 GB 533 MHz DDR2   FHA     4502   24,912        Support  No  Yes
 CoD Memory Card
0/32 GB 400 MHz DDR2   FHA     4503   82,592        Support  No  Yes
 CoD Memory Card
 
PCI Blind Swap         FHA     4599       66        Both     Yes
 Cassette Kit, Single
 Wide Adapters,
 Universal
 
DVD-RAM                FHA     4630    2,095        Support  Yes No
DVD-RAM                FHA     4633    2,095        MES      Yes No
 
7040-61D I/O Drawer    FHA     4643        0        Must Rem No  No
Attachment Indicator
 
7045-SW4 Migrated      FHA     4644       NC        Must Rem N/A No
Drawer Indicator
 
0/8-core POWER6
 4.2GHz CoD, 0-core    FHA     4694   42,000   $390 Both     No  No
  Active Processor Book
 5.0GHz CoD, 0-core    FHA     4695   60,500    593 Both     No  No
  Active Processor Book
 
PCI Twinaxial Workstn  FHA     4746      982        Both     Yes No
 IOA
 
Processor Activation
 #4754                 FHA     4754   21,100   $285 Both     Yes No
 #4755                 FHA     4755   30,300    319 Both     Yes No
 
PCI-X Cryptographic    FHA     4764   11,912        Both     Yes No
 Coprocessor (FIPS 4)
PCI Crypto Coprocessor FHA     4801    6,545        Support  Yes No
PCI Crypto Accelerator FHA     4805    7,855        Support  Yes No
PCI Integ xSeries      FHA     4812    3,639        Support  Yes No
 Server                FHA     4813    3,639        Support  Yes No
 
IBM i CBU Specify      FHA     4896        0        MES      N/A No
 
IBM 64bit/66MHz PCI
 ATM 155 UTP Adapter   FHA     4953    1,495        Must Rem Yes
 ATM 155 MMF Adapter   FHA     4957    1,595        Must Rem Yes
 
Token-Ring PCI Adapter FHA     4959      876        Must Rem Yes
 
IBM e-business         FHA     4960    5,000        Must Rem Yes
 Cryptographic
 Accelerator
 
Universal 4-Port       FHA     4961    1,500        Must Rem Yes
 10/100 Ethernet Adapter
 
10/100 Mbps Ethernet   FHA     4962      545        Must Rem Yes
PCI Adapter II
 
PCI Cryptographic
 Coprocessor (FIPS-4)  FHA     4963    7,000        Must Rem Yes
 Coprocessor           FHA     4964    7,000        Must Rem Yes
 
Single #5250           FHA     4995   50,000        Both     Yes No
 Enterprise Enablement
 
Full #5250 Enterprise  FHA     4996  400,000        Both     Yes No
 Enablement
 
Software Preload       FHA     5000        0        Initial  N/A No
 Required
 
Customer Solution      FHA     5002        0        Initial  N/A No
 Center -- Rochester
 Mfg
 
Software Preinstall    FHA     5005        0        Initial  N/A
PCI-X Expansion Unit   FHA     5088   15,709   $200 Support  No  No
PCI-X Expansion Tower  FHA     5094   20,815    428 Support  No  No
PCI-X Exp Tower        FHA     5096   18,982    200 Support  No  No
 (no disk)
 
30-Disk Expansion      FHA     5108   11,782        MES      Yes No
 Feature
Dual Line Cords --     FHA     5115    3,927        MES      Yes No
 Tower
Dual Line Cords --     FHA     5116    3,927        MES      Yes No
 5294 Tower
 
Redundant Power and    FHA     5138    1,767        MES      Yes No
 Cooling
 
Power Dist Unit 1
 Phase NEMA            FHA     5160    1,309        Support  Yes No
 Phase IEC             FHA     5161    1,309        Support  Yes No
Power Dist Unit 2      FHA     5162    1,309        Support  Yes No
 of 3 Phase
Power Dist Unit --     FHA     5163    1,309        Support  Yes No
 3 Phase
 
Dual Pwr Cords --
 8294/9194             FHA     5164    4,451        MES      Yes No
 8294                  FHA     5165    4,451        MES      Yes No
 
30-Disk Exp for        FHA     5168   13,353        MES      No  No
 9194 Tower
 
1.8m I/O Tower         FHA     5294   69,251 $1,767 Support  No  No
 (no disk)             FHA     5296   42,022    399 Support  No  No
 
Sys Console on
 OP Console            FHA     5544        0        Both     Yes No
 100Mbps Ethernet      FHA     5548        0        Support  Yes No
 On HMC                FHA     5550        0        Both     Yes No
 Ethernet No IOP       FHA     5553        0        Both     Yes No
 
Mirror 35GB Disk/      FHA     5554   18,623        Support  Yes No
 Controller Pkg
Mirror 70GB Disk/      FHA     5555   23,810        Support  Yes No
 Controller Pkg
Mirror 141GB Disk/     FHA     5556   36,377        Support  Yes No
 Controller Pkg
Mirror 35GB Drawer     FHA     5560   36,000   $196 Support  Yes No
 Package
Mirror 70GB Drawer     FHA     5561   44,378    196 Support  Yes No
 Package
 
2780 Controller w/Aux  FHA     5580    9,157        Support  Yes No
 Write Cache
2757 Controller w/Aux  FHA     5581   10,466        Support  Yes No
 Write Cache
5777 Controller w/Aux  FHA     5583    9,157        MES      Yes No
 Write Cache
 
4X Memory DIMM         FHA     5584    1,099        MES      No  No
 Interposers, Migrated
 #4503
 
2780 Controller w/Aux  FHA     5590    9,157        Support  Yes No
 Write Cache
2757 Controller w/Aux  FHA     5591    9,157        Support  Yes No
 Write Cache
 
4X Memory DIMM
 Interposers, Migrated
  #4501                FHA     5605    1,099        MES      No  No
  #4502                FHA     5611    1,099        MES      No  No
 
80/160GB DAT160 SAS    FHA     5619    2,199        Both     No  No
 Tape Drive
 
Activation of 1GB      FHA     5680    1,515        Both     Yes No
 DDR2 POWER6 Memory
Activation of 256 GB   FHA     5681  387,840        Both     Yes No
 DDR2 POWER6 Memory
 
DAT160 Data Cartridge  FHA     5689      599        Initial  Yes No
 
On/Off, 1GB-1Day,      FHA     5691       13        Both     Yes No
 Memory Billing
 POWER6 Memory
 
0/4GB DDR2 Memory      FHA     5693    1,518        Both     No  Yes
 (4x1GB) DIMMs-
 667 MHz- POWER6
 CoD Memory
 
0/8 GB DDR2 Memory     FHA     5694    3,035        Both     No  Yes
 (4x2GB) DIMMs-
 667 MHz- POWER6
 CoD Memory
 
0/16GB DDR2 Memory     FHA     5695    6,070        Both     No  Yes
 (4x4GB) DIMMs-
 533 MHz- POWER6
 CoD Memory
 
0/32GB DDR2 Memory     FHA     5696   26,886        Both     No  Yes
 (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
 400 MHz- POWER6
 CoD Memory
 
0/64GB DDR2 Memory     FHA     5697   66,880        Both     No  Yes
 (4x16GB) DIMMs,
 400 MHz, POWER6
 CoD Memory
 
IBM Gigabit Ethernet-  FHA     5700    1,142        Both     No  No
 SX PCI-X Adapter
 
IBM 10/100/1000 Base-  FHA     5701      699        Both     No  No
 TX Ethernet PCI-X
 Adapter
 
PCI-X Ultra Tape       FHA     5702      861        Support  No  No
 Controller
 
PCI-X Fibre Channel    FHA     5704    3,464        Support  No  No
 Tape Controller
 
IBM 2-Port 10/100/1000 FHA     5706      999        Both     No  No
 Base-TX Ethernet
 PCI-X Adapter
 
IBM 2-Port Gigabit     FHA     5707    1,750        Both     No  No
 Ethernet-SX PCI-X
 Adapter
 
PCI-X Dual Channel     FHA     5710      777        Support  No  No
 Ultra320 SCSI Blind
 Swap Adapter
 
PCI-X Dual Channel
 Ultra320 SCSI RAID    FHA     5711    2,646        Must Rem N/A No
  Blind Swap Adapter
 
  Ultra320 SCSI        FHA     5712      777        Support  No  No
   Adapter
 
1 Gigabit iSCSI TOE    FHA     5713    1,191        Both     No  No
 PCI-X on Copper Media
 Adapter
 
1 Gigabit iSCSI TOE    FHA     5714    1,853        Both     No  No
 PCI-X on Optical
 Media Adapter
 
2 Gigabit Fibre        FHA     5716    1,999        Support  No  No
 Channel PCI-X Adapter
 
10 Gigabit Ethernet    FHA     5718    6,618        Support  No  No
 -SR PCI-X Adapter
 
10 Gigabit Ethernet-   FHA     5719   13,041        Support  No  No
 LR PCI-X Adapter
 
DVD/Tape SAS External  FHA     5720    3,599        Both     No  No
 Storage Unit
 
10 Gb Ethernet-SR      FHA     5721    6,276        Both     No  No
 PCI-X 2.0 DDR Adapter
 
10 Gb Ethernet-LR      FHA     5722   10,587        Both     No  No
 PCI-X 2.0 DDR Adapter
 
2-Port Asynchronous    FHA     5723      171        Both     No  No
 EIA-232 PCI Adapter
 
PCI-X DDR Dual Channel FHA     5736      777        Both     No  No
 Ultra320 SCSI Adapter
 
PCI-X DDR Dual Channel
 Ultra320 SCSI RAID    FHA     5737    2,646        Must Rem N/A No
 Adapter
 
4-Port 10/100/1000     FHA     5740    1,099        Both     No  No
 Base-TX PCI-X Adapter
 
Single Bus Ultra 320   FHA     5741      660    $84 Both     No  No
 SCSI Repeater Card
 
Dual Bus Ultra 320     FHA     5742    1,321     84 Both     No  No
 SCSI Repeater Card
 
Half High 800GB/1.6TB  FHA     5746    4,999        Both     No  No
 LTO4 SAS Tape Drive
 
IBM LTO Ultrium 4      FHA     5747    1,600        Initial  No  No
 800 GB Data Cartridge
 
4Gbps Fibre Channel    FHA     5749    3,308        Both     No  No
 (2-Port)
 
4.7 GB SCSI DVD-RAM    FHA     5752      660        Must Rem N/A No
 Drive
 
200/400GB Half High    FHA     5755    6,882        Must Rem N/A No
 Ultrium 2 Tape Drive
 
IDE Slimline DVD-ROM   FHA     5756      275        Both     No  No
 Drive
 
IBM 4.7 GB IDE         FHA     5757      660        Both     No  No
 Slimline DVD-RAM
 Drive
 
4 GB Single-Port Fibre FHA     5758    1,999        Both     No  No
 Channel PCI-X 2.0
 DDR Adapter
 
4 Gb Dual-Port Fibre   FHA     5759    3,308        Both     No  No
 Channel PCI-X 2.0 DDR
 Adapter
 
PCI-X Fibre Chan Disk  FHA     5760    5,495        Both     No  No
 Controller            FHA     5761    3,464        Both     No  No
 
PCI-X Disk Controller
 -90MB No IOP          FHA     5776    2,617        Both     No  No
 1.5GB No IOP          FHA     5777    8,116        MES      No  No
 
PCI-X EXP24 Ctl-       FHA     5778   11,127        Both     No  No
 1.5GB No IOP
PCI-X EXP24 Ctl-       FHA     5780   11,193        Both     No  No
 1.5GB No IOP
PCI-X EXP24 Ctl-       FHA     5782   11,193        Both     No  No
 1.5GB No IOP
 
TotalStorage(R) EXP24  FHA     5786    7,200  $  62 Both     No  No
 Disk Dwr
 
PCI Expansion Drawer   FHA     5790    5,354     86 Both     No  No
 
I/O Drawer, 20 Slots,  FHA     5791   32,000    194 Both     No  Yes
 16 Disk Bays
 
Expansion Rack,        FHA     5792   60,000    188 Support  No  No
 Powered
 
I/O Drawer, 20 Slots,  FHA     5794   30,000    194 Support  No  Yes
 8 Disk Bays
 
Media Drawer,          FHA     5795    1,700        Must Rem N/A No
 Rack Mounted
 
12X I/O Drawer PCI-X,
 with repeater         FHA     5797   32,000    194 Both     No  No
 no repeater           FHA     5798   32,000    194 Both     No  No
 
PCI-X DDR Dual Channel FHA     5806      768        Both     No  No
 Ultra320 SCSI Adapter
 
Model Upgrade
 Carry-Over Indicator
  for #5791            FHA     5807        0        MES      No  Yes
  for #5794            FHA     5808        0        MES      No  Yes
 
EXP 12S Expansion      FHA     5886    5,956    228 Both     No  No
 Drawer
 
PCI-X DDR Dual --
 x4 SAS Adapter        FHA     5900      777        Support  No  No
 x4 3Gb SAS RAID       FHA     5902    2,500        Both     No  No
  Adapter
 x4 SAS Adapter        FHA     5912    1,092        Both     No  No
 
100 Processor Minutes
 for #4694             FHA     5941      322        MES      Yes No
 for #4695             FHA     5942      463        MES      Yes No
 for #4694, IBM i      FHA     5943    1,110        MES      Yes No
 for #4695, IBM i      FHA     5944    1,210        MES      Yes No
 
On/Off Processor CoD
 Billing, 1 Proc-Day
  for #4694, IBM i     FHA     5945      670        MES      Yes No
  for #4695, IBM i     FHA     5946      730        MES      Yes No
 
Full Width Keyboard --
 USB,
  U.S. English, #103P  FHA     5951      110        Both     Yes
  French, #189         FHA     5952      110        Both     Yes
  Italian, #142        FHA     5953      110        Both     Yes
  German/Austrian,
   #129                FHA     5954      110        Both     Yes
  UK English, #166P    FHA     5955      110        Both     Yes
  Spanish, #172        FHA     5956      110        Both     Yes
  Japanese, #194       FHA     5957      110        Both     Yes
  Brazilian Portuguese,
   #275                FHA     5958      110        Both     Yes
  Hungarian, #208      FHA     5959      110        Both     Yes
  Korean, #413         FHA     5960      110        Both     Yes
  Chinese, #467        FHA     5961      110        Both     Yes
  French Canadian,     FHA     5962      110        Both     Yes
   #445
  Canadian French,     FHA     5963      110        Both     Yes
   #058
  Belgian/UK, #120     FHA     5964      110        Both     Yes
  Swedish/Finnish,     FHA     5965      110        Both     Yes
   #153
  Danish, #159         FHA     5966      110        Both     Yes
  Bulgarian, #442      FHA     5967      110        Both     Yes
  Swiss/French/German, FHA     5968      110        Both     Yes
   #150
 
  Norwegian,#155       FHA     5969      110        Both     Yes
  Dutch, #143          FHA     5970      110        Both     Yes
  Portuguese, #163     FHA     5971      110        Both     Yes
  Greek, #319          FHA     5972      110        Both     Yes
  Hebrew, #212         FHA     5973      110        Both     Yes
  Polish, #214         FHA     5974      110        Both     Yes
  Slovakian, #245      FHA     5975      110        Both     Yes
  Czech, #243          FHA     5976      110        Both     Yes
  Turkish, #179        FHA     5977      110        Both     Yes
  LA Spanish, #171     FHA     5978      110        Both     Yes
  Arabic, #253         FHA     5979      110        Both     Yes
  Thai, #191           FHA     5980      110        Both     Yes
  Russian, #443        FHA     5981      110        Both     Yes
  Slovenian, #234      FHA     5982      110        Both     Yes
  U.S. English Euro,   FHA     5983      110        Both     Yes
   #103P
 
Power Control Cable
 (SPCN) -- 2 meter     FHA     6001       33        Support  No  No
 (SPCN) -- 3 meter     FHA     6006       53        Both     Yes No
 (SPCN) -- 15 meter    FHA     6007      106        Both     Yes No
 (SPCN) -- 6 meter     FHA     6008       66        Both     Yes No
 (SPCN) -- 30 meter    FHA     6029      119        Both     Yes No
 
Opt Front Door for
 1.8m Rack             FHA     6068      450        MES      Yes No
 2.0m Rack             FHA     6069      550        Both     Yes No
 
IBM 80/160 GB Internal FHA     6120    1,322        Must Rem N/A No
 Tape Drive with VXA
 Technology
 
I/O Drawer Cable Group,
 Primary Rack/9U       FHA     6121      400        Must Rem N/A No
 Primary Rack/5U       FHA     6122      400        Must Rem N/A No
 Primary Rack/1U       FHA     6123      400        Must Rem N/A No
 Primary Rack/13U      FHA     6124      400        Must Rem N/A No
 
I/O Drawer Cable Group,
 #8691 Rack/1U         FHA     6125      400        MES      No  No
 #8691 Rack/5U         FHA     6126      400        MES      No  No
 #8691 Rack/9U         FHA     6127      400        MES      No  No
 #8691 Rack/13U        FHA     6128      400        MES      No  No
 #8691 Rck/19U         FHA     6129      400        MES      No  No
 
Power Cable, I/O       FHA     6179      300        Must Rem N/A No
 Drawer to Media Drawer
 
Bulk Power Regulator   FHA     6186    4,000        MES      No  No
 
Integrated Battery
 Backup, Primary or    FHA     6200    4,500        MES      No  No
  Redundant-Front
  Mounted
 Backup, Redundant     FHA     6201    4,500        Must Rem N/A No
  Rear Mounted
 
PCI Dual Channel       FHA     6203      790        Must Rem N/A No
 Ultra3 SCSI Adapter
 
PCI Universal          FHA     6204      716        Must Rem N/A No
 Differential Ultra
 SCSI Adapter
 
2 Gigabit Fibre        FHA     6228    2,100        Must Rem N/A No
 Channel Adapter for
 64-bit PCI Bus
 
Advanced SerialRAID    FHA     6230    3,000        Must Rem N/A No
 Plus Adapter
 
128 MByte DRAM Option  FHA     6231      960        Must Rem N/A No
 Card
 
32 MByte Fast-Write    FHA     6235      575        Must Rem N/A No
 Cache Option Card
 
2 Gigabit Fibre        FHA     6239    3,100        Must Rem N/A No
 Channel PCI-X Adapter
 
Cable, Integrated
 Battery Backup to Bulk
 Power Regulator,
  Primary Rack         FHA     6240      400        MES      No  No
  Expansion Rack       FHA     6241      400        Must Rem N/A No
 
Cable, Front Mounted   FHA     6242      400        MES      No  No
 Integrated Battery
 Backup to rear BPR,
 Primary/
 Expansion Rack
 
EMC Skirts/Tailgate    FHA     6243      450        Must Rem N/A No
 
1.8m Rack Trim Kit     FHA     6246      299        MES      Yes No
2.0m Rack Trim Kit     FHA     6247      299        MES      Yes No
1.8m Rack Acoustic     FHA     6248    4,650        MES      Yes No
 Doors
2.0m Rack Acoustic     FHA     6249    4,650        MES      Yes No
 Doors
 
Slimline Doors         FHA     6251    6,000        MES      No  No
Acoustic Doors         FHA     6252    8,000        MES      No  No
Slimline Doors, #8691  FHA     6253    3,000        MES      No  No
 Expansion Rack
Acoustic Doors, #8691  FHA     6254    8,000        MES      No  No
 Expansion Rack
 
36/72GB 4mm Internal   FHA     6258    1,255        Must Rem N/A No
 Tape Drive
 
VXA-320 160/320GB      FHA     6279    1,985        Must Rem N/A No
 Internal Tape Drive
 
Integrated Battery     FHA     6331      400        Both     No  No
 Backup w/cables
 
Bulk Power Regulator
                       FHA     6333    4,200        Both     No  No
Bulk Power
 Distribution Assembly FHA     6334    2,500        Both     No  No
 
RIO-2 Bus Adapter      FHA     6417    1,059        MES      No  No
 
RIO-2 Remote I/O Loop  FHA     6438    1,191        Both     No  No
 Adapter for #5790
 
14-Ft 250V/10A Power   FHA     6451        7        Support  No  No
 Cord
14-Ft 250V/10A Power   FHA     6455        0        Support  No  No
 Cord
Power Cable -- Drawer
 to IBM PDU, 14-foot,  FHA     6458       19        Both     No  No
 250V/10A
 
12-Ft 250V/10A RA Pwr  FHA     6459        7        Both     No  No
 Cd
 
Power Cord (14-foot),  FHA     6460       19        MES      No  No
 Drawer To OEM PDU
 (125V, 15A)
 
14-Ft 250V/10A         FHA     6461        7        Both     No  No
 Power Cord            FHA     6462        7        Support  No  No
                       FHA     6463        7        Support  No  No
                       FHA     6464        7        Support  No  No
                       FHA     6465        7        Support  No  No
                       FHA     6466        7        Support  No  No
                       FHA     6467        7        Support  No  No
                       FHA     6468       18        Support  No  No
 
 
Power Cord
 (14-foot), Drawer to  FHA     6469       19        MES      No  No
  OEM PDU, (250V, 15A),
  U.S.
 (6-foot), To Wall     FHA     6470       19        Both     Yes No
  (125V, 15A)
  (9-foot), To Wall/
  OEM PDU,
   (125V, 15A)         FHA     6471       19        Both     Yes No
   (250V, 16A)         FHA     6472       19        Both     Yes No
   (250V, 10A)         FHA     6473       19        Both     Yes No
   (250V, 13A)         FHA     6474       19        Both     Yes No
   (250V, 16A)         FHA     6475       19        Both     Yes No
   (250V, 10A)         FHA     6476       19        Both     Yes No
   (250V, 16A)         FHA     6477       19        Both     Yes No
   (250V, 16A)         FHA     6478       19        Both     Yes No
   (250V, 10A)         FHA     6479       14        Support  No  No
 (6-foot), To Wall,    FHA     6487       19        Both     Yes No
  (250V, 15A), U.S.
 (9-foot), To Wall/    FHA     6488       53        Both     Yes No
  OEM PDU, (125V, 15A
  or 250V, 10A)
14-Ft 1PH/48-60A       FHA     6492    1,055        Both     Yes No
 Power Cord
Power Cord (9-foot),
 To Wall/OEM PDU,
 (250V, 10A)           FHA     6493       19        Both     Yes No
 (250V, 10A)           FHA     6494       19        Both     Yes No
 (250V, 10A)           FHA     6495       19        Both     Yes No
 (250V, 10A)           FHA     6496       19        Both     Yes No
Power Cord (6-foot),
 To Wall/OEM PDU,
 (250V, 10A)           FHA     6497       33        Both     Yes No
 (250V, 15A)           FHA     6498      239        Both     Yes No
 
Optional Rack Security FHA     6580      180        Both     Yes No
 Kit
 
Modem Tray for 19-Inch FHA     6586      250        Both     Yes No
 Rack
 
Disk Slot Fillers      FHA     6598       60        Both     Yes No
 (Quantity 4)
Power Cord (9-foot),   FHA     6651       19        Both     Yes No
 To Wall/OEM PDU,
 (125V, 15A)
14-Ft 1PH/24-30A       FHA     6654      507        Both     Yes No
 Power Cord
14-Ft 1PH/24-30A WR    FHA     6655      449        Both     Yes No
 Pwr Cord
14-Ft 1PH/24A          FHA     6658      357        Both     Yes No
 Pwr Cord - Korea
Power Cord (9-foot),   FHA     6659       19        Both     Yes No
 To Wall/OEM PDU,
 (250V, 15A)
Power Cord (14-foot),
 Drawer To OEM PDU
  (125V, 15A)          FHA     6660       19        Both     Yes No
7-Ft 200V PDU          FHA     6664       19        Both     Yes No
 Power Cord
Power Cord (14-foot),
 Drawer To OEM PDU
  (250V, 15A)          FHA     6669       19        Both     Yes No
Power Cord (6-foot),   FHA     6670       19        Both     Yes No
 To Wall (125V, 15A),
Power Cord (9-foot),   FHA     6671       19        Both     Yes No
 Drawer to IBM PDU,
 250V/10A
Power Cord (5-foot),   FHA     6672       19        Both     Yes No
 Drawer to IBM PDU,
 250V/10A
Power Cord (9-foot),   FHA     6680       19        Both     Yes No
 To Wall/OEM PDU,
 (250V, 10A)
 
14-Ft 200-240V/10A     FHA     6681       18        Support  Yes No
 Pwr Cord
 
Power Cord (6-foot),   FHA     6687       19        Both     Yes No
 To Wall, (250V, 15A)
 
14-Ft 200-240V/15A     FHA     6690       18        Support  No  No
 Pwr Cord
                       FHA     6699    1,047        Support  Yes No
RIO-2 Bus Adapter
 
PCI 2-Line WAN IOA     FHA     6805      556        Both     No  No
 No IOP
 
PCI 4-Modem WAN IOA    FHA     6808    2,095        Both     No  No
 No IOP
 
PCI 2-Line WAN w/Modem FHA     6833      766        Both     No  No
 NoIOP
 
Weight Reduction       FHA     6850        0        Initial  N/A
 Option
 
Slimline Doors OEM,    FHA     6851    6,000        Must Rem N/A No
 System and #5792 Racks
 
Acoustic Doors OEM,    FHA     6852    8,000        Must Rem N/A No
 System and #5792 Racks
 
Slimline Doors, OEM,   FHA     6853    3,000        Must Rem N/A No
 #8691 Expansion Rack
 
Acoustic Doors, OEM,   FHA     6854    8,000        Must Rem N/A No
 #8691 Expansion Rack
 
Weight Distribution    FHA     6855      750        Both     Yes No
 Plate
 
Doors with Rear Htx    FHA     6856   15,000        Must Rem N/A No
-- OEM
 
Heat Exchanger Door
 Kit for System Rack,
  Blue Stripe          FHA     6857   13,000        MES      No  No
  Cu Stripe            FHA     6859   13,000        MES      No  No
 
Slimline Doors for     FHA     6861    3,585        MES      No  No
 System Rack, Blue
 Stripe
 
Acoustic Doors for     FHA     6862    4,675        MES      No  No
 System Rack, Blue
 Stripe
 
Acoustic Doors(F & R), FHA     6865   12,000        Both     No  No
 H CEC Rack
 
Acoustic/heat          FHA     6866   16,500        Both     No  No
 Exchanger Doors
 (F/R), H CEC Rack
 
Slimline Doors(F & R), FHA     6869    8,000        Both     No  No
 H CEC AND I/O
 Expansion Racks
 
Acoustic Doors(F & R), FHA     6870   14,500        Both     No  No
 H I/O Expansion Rack
 
Acoustic Doors(F & R), FHA     6878   12,000        Both     No  No
 H I/O Expansion Rack
 Bolt-On
 
Non-Acoustic Doors     FHA     6880    8,000        Both     No  No
 (F & R), H I/O
 Expansion Rack Bolt-On
 
UPIC Cable Group, BPD1
 to I/O Drawer at A01  FHA     6941      500        Both     No  No
 to I/O Drawer at A05  FHA     6942      500        Both     No  No
 to I/O Drawer at A09  FHA     6943      500        Both     No  No
 
UPIC Cable Group, BPD2
 to I/O Drawer at Z01  FHA     6944      500        Both     No  No
 to I/O Drawer at Z05  FHA     6945      500        Both     No  No
 to I/O Drawer at Z09  FHA     6946      500        Both     No  No
 
UPIC Y-Cable Group,
 BPD2 to I/O Drawer
 at Z13                FHA     6947      400        Both     No  No
 at Z17                FHA     6948      400        Both     No  No
 at Z21                FHA     6949      400        Both     No  No
 at Z25                FHA     6950      400        Both     No  No
 
3rd & 4th AMDs + UPIC  FHA     6952    5,000        Both     No  No
 Y-Cable Group
 (BPC TO Fans)
 
Nonpowered, Bolt-on    FHA     6953   30,000        Both     No  No
 Expansion Rack,
 24-inch
 
Powered Expansion      FHA     6954   60,000   $188 Both     No  No
 Rack, 24inch
 
UPIC Y-Cable Group,
 BPD1 to 1st Processor FHA     6961      650        Both     No  No
  Node (P9)
 BPD1 to 2nd Processor FHA     6962      650        Both     No  No
  Node (P5)
 BPD1 to 3rd Processor FHA     6963      650        Both     No  No
  Node (P6)
 BPD1 to 4th Processor FHA     6964      650        Both     No  No
  Node (P2)
 BPD2 to 5th Processor FHA     6965      650        Both     No  No
  Node (P7)
 BPD2 to 6th Processor FHA     6966      650        Both     No  No
  Node (P8)
 BPD2 to 7th Processor FHA     6967      650        Both     No  No
  Node (P3)
 BPD2 to 8th Processor FHA     6968      650        Both     No  No
  Node (P4)
 BPD1 to I/O Drawer
  at A13               FHA     6969      900        Both     No  No
  at A17               FHA     6970      900        Both     No  No
  at A21               FHA     6971      900        Both     No  No
  at A25               FHA     6972      900        Both     No  No
 
Intelligent PDU+,      FHA     7109    1,455        Both     Yes No
 1 EIA Unit, Universal
 UTG0247 Connector
 
Power Distribution     FHA     7188    1,000        Both     Yes No
 Unit
 
Quantity 150 of #2124  FHA     7204   24,900        Both     Yes No
Quantity 150 of #2125  FHA     7205   27,750        Both     Yes No
Quantity 150 of #2126  FHA     7206   30,900        Both     Yes No
Quantity 150 of #2127  FHA     7207   41,700        Both     Yes No
Quantity 150 of #2128  FHA     7208   65,550        Both     Yes No
Quantity 150 of #2138  FHA     7213   15,000        Both     Yes No
 
On/Off Proc CoD Billing,
 1 Proc-Day, for #4694 FHA     7234      193        MES      Yes No
 1 Proc-Day, for #4695 FHA     7244      278        MES      Yes No
 
256 GB Memory          FHA     7280  387,840        Support  Yes No
 Activations for #4500,
 #4501, #4502 and #4503
 Memory Cards
 
Dual I/O Unit          FHA     7307      695        Both     Yes No
 Enclosure             FHA     7311      552        Both     Yes No
 
Quantity 150 of #4319  FHA     7504  147,273        Support  Yes No
 
Quantity 150 of #4326  FHA     7508  235,440        Support  Yes No
 
Quantity 150 of #4327  FHA     7509  149,850        Both     Yes No
 
Quantity 150 of #4328  FHA     7510  194,850        Both     Yes No
 
Quantity 150 of #4329  FHA     7511  419,850        Both     Yes No
 
Quantity 150 of #5741  FHA     7514   99,000 $12,581 Both    Yes No
 
Quantity 150 of #5742  FHA     7515  195,971  12,581 Both    Yes No
 
Cap. BackUp Power 595
 4.2 GHz Processor 450 FHA     7569   42,000     78 Both     No  No
 On/Off CoD Credit Days
 5.0 GHz Processor 450 FHA     7571   60,500    119 Both     No  No
 On/Off CoD Credit Days
 
New Cap. BackUp POWER5 FHA     7586   69,000        Must Rem N/A
 Turbo Processor 450
 On/Off CoD Credit Days
 
Capacity BackUp POWER5+FHA     7587   88,000        Must Rem N/A
 2.1GHz Standard
 Processor 450 On/Off
 CoD Credit Days
 
On/Off Processor
 Billing for
  FCs 8970 and 7587    FHA     7588      183        Must Rem N/A
  FCs 8967 and 7704    FHA     7592      118        Must Rem N/A
  FCs 8968 and 7705    FHA     7593      265        Must Rem N/A
 
Activation, #8967      FHA     7667   14,100        Must Rem N/A
 #7704 CUoD Processor
 Book, One Processor
 
Activation, #8968      FHA     7668   31,800        Must Rem N/A
 #7705 CUoD Processor
 Book, One Processor
 
1 GB Memory Activation FHA     7669    1,515        Both     Yes No
 for #4500, #4501,
 #4502 and #4503
 Memory Cards
 
Activation, #8970      FHA     7693   22,000   $359 Must Rem N/A
 #7587 CUoD Processor
 Book, One Processor
 
Reserve Capacity       FHA     7694    5,490        Must Rem N/A
 Prepaid for #8970
 
Capacity BackUp        FHA     7704   56,410        Must Rem N/A
 POWER5+ 2.1GHz
 Standard Processor
 450 On/Off CoD
 Credit Days
 
 POWER5+ 2.3GHz Turbo  FHA     7705  127,200        Must Rem N/A
 Processor 450 On/Off
 CoD Credit Days
 
Cap. BackUp POWER5
 Std. Processor 450    FHA     7730   58,000        Must Rem N/A
 On/Off CoD Credit
 Days
 
 Turbo Processor 450   FHA     7731  129,000        Must Rem N/A
  On/Off CoD Credit
  Days
 
 Std. Processor 450    FHA     7732   58,000        Must Rem N/A
  On/Off CoD Credit
  Days
 
2.0m Rack Side Attach  FHA     7780      196        Support  Yes No
 Kit
 
256 1GB Memory
 Activations for       FHA     7799  608,256        Must Rem N/A
 #7835 Memory Cards
 
Ethernet Cable,
 6M, HMC to            FHA     7801       16        Both     Yes No
  System Unit
 
 15m, HMC to           FHA     7802       34        Both     Yes No
  System Unit
 
Bulk Power Controller  FHA     7803    4,000        Support  No
 Assembly
 
Cooling Group          FHA     7807    4,000        Must Rem N/A
 
DC Power Converter,    FHA     7809    6,000        Must Rem N/A
 Processor Book
 
Processor Clock Card,  FHA     7810      575        Must Rem N/A
 Programmable
 
System Service         FHA     7811    3,500        Must Rem N/A
 Processor
 
Multiplexer Card       FHA     7812    2,200        Must Rem N/A
 
16-Way POWER5 Turbo    FHA     7813  129,000        Must Rem N/A
 CUoD Processor Book,
 0-Way Active
 
4GB DDR2 Memory Card,  FHA     7814   11,879        Must Rem N/A
 533MHz
 
Activation #7813,      FHA     7815   32,500        Must Rem N/A
 #7731, #7586 or #8969
 CUoD Processor Books,
 One Processor
 
4GB CUoD Memory Card   FHA     7816    7,127        Must Rem N/A
 2GB Active, DDR1
 
1 Link Switch Network  FHA     7817    5,000        Must Rem N/A
 Interface, optical
 (p5 590/595)
 
Remote I/O-2 (RIO-2)   FHA     7818    3,400        Must Rem N/A
 Loop Adapter,
 Two Port
 
GX Dual-port 12x HCA   FHA     7820    3,000        Must Rem N/A
 
Power Cable Group,
 CEC Primary Fans      FHA     7821      650        Must Rem N/A
 1st CEC Book          FHA     7822      650        Must Rem N/A
 2nd CEC Book          FHA     7823      650        Must Rem N/A
 3rd CEC Book          FHA     7824      650        Must Rem N/A
 4th CEC Book          FHA     7825      650        Must Rem N/A
 7807 Cooling Group    FHA     7826      650        Must Rem N/A
 
16GB DDR1 Memory Card, FHA     7828   69,632        Must Rem N/A
 266MHz
 
32GB DDR1 Memory Card, FHA     7829  163,840        Must Rem N/A
 200MHz
 
8 GB CUoD Memory Card  FHA     7835   14,253        Must Rem N/A
 4GB Active, DDR1
 
Bulk Power             FHA     7837    2,500        MES      No
 Distribution Assembly
 
On/Off Processor       FHA     7839        0        Must Rem N/A
 Enablement for #7981
 or #7730
 
Side-by-Side for       FHA     7840      655        Support  No  No
 1.8m Racks
 
Ruggedize Rack Kit     FHA     7841    1,964        Support  No  No
 
I/O Drawer Cable Group,
 #8691 Rack/13U        FHA     7847      650        Must Rem N/A
 #8691 Rack/19U        FHA     7848      650        Must Rem N/A
 #8691 Rack/23U        FHA     7849      650        Must Rem N/A
 #8691 Rack/27U        FHA     7850      650        Must Rem N/A
 #8691 Rack/31U        FHA     7851      650        Must Rem N/A
 
Power Cables, 4x, 1U   FHA     7853      650        MES      No
Power Cables, 4x, 5U   FHA     7854      650        MES      No
 
I/O Drawer Cable       FHA     7855      650        MES      No
 Group, #5792 Rack/9U
 
Power Cables, 4x, 13U  FHA     7856      400        MES      No
Power Cables, 4x, 19U  FHA     7857      400        MES      No
Power Cables, 4x, 23U  FHA     7858      400        MES      No
Power Cables, 4x, 27U  FHA     7859      400        MES      No
Power Cables, 4x, 31U  FHA     7860      400        MES      No
 
PCI Blind Swap         FHA     7862       46        Support  No
 Cassette Kit, Single
 Wide Adapters, Type II
 
Switch Cbl.(SNI)3.5M   FHA     7923      200        Must Rem N/A
 Optical
 
RIO-2(Remote I/O-2)    FHA     7924      300        Both     Yes No
 Cbl, 0.6M
 
Activation, #7981 or   FHA     7925   14,500        Must Rem N/A
 # 7730 CUoD Processor
 Book, One Processor
 
30 Days Prepaid        FHA     7926    3,630        Must Rem N/A
 Reserve Capacity for
 #7981
 
Bolt-Down Kit,
 Low-Raised Floor      FHA     7937    7,000        Both     Yes
 High-Raised Floor     FHA     7938    7,000        Both     Yes
 Non-Raised Floor      FHA     7939    7,000        Must Rem N/A No
 
PowerVM -Standard      FHA     7943        0        Both     Yes No
 Edition
 
Compact Handling       FHA     7960      500        Both     N/A
 Option
 
Switch Cbl.(SNI)       FHA     7962      240        Must Rem N/A
 10 meter Optical
 
Switch Cbl.(SNI),      FHA     7963      730        Must Rem N/A
 30 meter, Optical
 
1GB Activation #7816   FHA     7970    2,376        Must Rem N/A
 & #7835 Memory
 Features
 
On/Off Processor       FHA     7971        0        Both     Yes
 Enablement for features
 7813, 7731, 7586, 7587,
 7704, 7705, 8967, 8968,
 8969 and 8970
 
On/Off Processor       FHA     7972      271        Must Rem N/A
 Billing for Feature
 #7813, #7731, #8969,
 #7586
 
On/Off Memory
 Enablement            FHA     7973        0        Both     Yes
 Billing               FHA     7974       13        Must Rem N/A
 
30 Days Prepaid        FHA     7975    8,130        Must Rem N/A
 Reserve Capacity for
 #7813 (MES orders
 only), #8969
 
16-Way POWER5 Standard FHA     7981   86,800   $570 Must Rem N/A
 CUoD Processor Book,
 0-Way Active
 
CUoD Processor Book,   FHA     7988   78,000    599 Must Rem N/A
 0-Way Active
 
Activation, #7988 or   FHA     7990   22,500        Must Rem N/A
 #7732 CUoD Processor
 Book, One Processor
 
30 Days Prepaid        FHA     7991    5,640        Must Rem N/A
 Reserve Capacity for
 #7988
 
Advanced POWER         FHA     7992        0        Must Rem N/A
 Virtualization
 
On/Off Processor
 Billing for Feature   FHA     7993      121        Must Rem N/A
  #7981 or #7730
 
 Enablement for #7988  FHA     7994        0        Must Rem N/A
  or #7732
 
 Billing for Feature   FHA     7996      188        Must Rem N/A
  #7988 or #7732
 
PowerVM (Enterprise    FHA     8002        0        Both     N/A No
 Edition)
 
128-Port Asynchronous
 Controller Cable,
  4.5 Meter            FHA     8131       66        Must Rem N/A No
  23cm (9-Inch)        FHA     8132       44        Must Rem N/A No
 
RJ-45 to DB-25         FHA     8133      132        Support  No  No
 Converter Cable
 
Rack Mountable Remote  FHA     8136    2,757        Must Rem N/A No
 Asynchronous Node
 16-Port EIA-232
 
Enhanced Remote        FHA     8137    1,759        Must Rem N/A No
 Asynchronous Node
 16-Port EIA-232
 
0/512 GB 533MHz DDR2   FHA     8151 $  172,462      Support  No  No
 Memory Package
 
0/256 GB 533MHz DDR2   FHA     8153     72,960      Support  No  No
 Memory Package
 
256GB DDR1 Memory      FHA     8195    701,704      Must Rem N/A
 (32 X 8GB)
 
512GB DDR1 Memory      FHA     8197 $1,448,346      Must Rem N/A
 (32 X 16GB Cards)
 
512GB DDR1 Memory      FHA     8198  2,228,224      Must Rem N/A
 (16 X 32GB Cards)
 
512GB DDR2 Memory      FHA     8200  172,462        MES      No  No
 (16 X 32GB Cards)
 
0/256 GB 533MHz DDR2   FHA     8201   97,120        Both     No  Yes
 Memory Package
 (32x#5694)
 
0/256 GB 533MHz DDR2   FHA     8202   97,120        Both     No  Yes
 Memory Package
 (16x#5695)
 
0/512 GB 533MHz DDR2   FHA     8203  194,240        Both     No  Yes
 Memory Package
 (32x#5695)
 
0/512 GB 400MHz DDR2   FHA     8204  194,253        Both     No  Yes
 Memory Package
 (16x#5696)
 
0/2 TB 400MHz DDR2     FHA     8205 $1,301,299      Both     No  No
 Memory Package
 (32x#5697)
 
Media Drawer Placement FHA     8449        0        Both     No  No
 Indicator -- U12
 
Base Customer          FHA     8453        0        Initial  N/A No
 Spec Plcmnt
 
Reserve Capacity       FHA     8467    3,525        Must Rem N/A
 Prepaid for #8967
 
Reserve Capacity       FHA     8468    7,950        Must Rem N/A
 Prepaid for #8968
 
1 GB Base Memory       FHA     8471      600        Support  No  No
 Activations for
 #4500, #4501, #4502
 and #4503
 
256 GB Base Memory     FHA     8472  153,600        Support  No  No
 Activations for #4500,
 #4501, #4502 and #4503
 Memory Cards
 
256 GB Memory          FHA     8493  480,000        Support  No  No
 Activations for #8151,
 #8153 and #8200
 Memory Packages
 
Line Cord,
 8AWG, 14ft, No Plug   FHA     8677    1,000        Both     No  No
 6AWG, 14ft, IEC309
  100A Plug            FHA     8686    2,500        Both     No  No
 6AWG, 6ft, IEC309
  100A Plug            FHA     8687    2,250        Both     No  No
 6AWG/Type W, 14ft,
  IEC309 60A Plug      FHA     8688    2,000        Both     No  No
 6AWG/Type W, 6ft,
  IEC309 60A Plug      FHA     8689    1,500        Both     No  No
 
Expansion Rack,        FHA     8691    8,000        Support  N/A No
 24", 42U
 
Line Cord,
 6AWG, 14ft, No Plug   FHA     8694      500        Both     No  No
 4AWG, 14ft, No Plug   FHA     8695    1,000        Both     No  No
 4AWG, 14ft, 100A Plug FHA     8696    2,500        Both     No  No
 8AWG, 14ft, IEC309    FHA     8697    2,000        Both     No  No
  30A Plug
 8AWG, 6ft, IEC309     FHA     8698    1,500        Both     No  No
  30A Plug
 6AWG, 14ft, 60A Plug  FHA     8699    2,500        Both     No  No
 
Keyboard -- USB,
 US English, #103P     FHA     8800      110        Support  Yes No
 French, #189          FHA     8801      110        Support  Yes No
 Italian, #142         FHA     8802      110        Support  Yes No
 German/Austrian, #129 FHA     8803      110        Support  Yes No
 UK English, #166      FHA     8804      110        Support  Yes No
 Spanish, #172         FHA     8805      110        Support  Yes No
 Japanese, #194        FHA     8806      110        Support  Yes No
 Brazilian/Portuguese, FHA     8807      110        Support  Yes No
  #275
 Canadian French, #058 FHA     8808      110        Support  Yes No
 Belgium/UK, #120      FHA     8810      110        Support  Yes No
 Swedish/Finnish, #153 FHA     8811      110        Support  Yes No
 Danish, #159          FHA     8812      110        Support  Yes No
 Bulgarian, #442       FHA     8813      110        Support  Yes No
 Swiss/French/German,  FHA     8814      110        Support  Yes No
  #150F/G
 Norwegian, #155       FHA     8816      110        Support  Yes No
 Dutch, #143           FHA     8817      110        Support  Yes No
 Portuguese, #163      FHA     8818      110        Support  Yes No
 Greek, #319           FHA     8819      110        Support  Yes No
 Hebrew, #212          FHA     8820      110        Support  Yes No
 Hungarian, #208       FHA     8821      110        Support  Yes No
 Polish, #214          FHA     8823      110        Support  Yes No
 Slovakian, #245       FHA     8825      110        Support  Yes No
 Czech, #243           FHA     8826      110        Support  Yes No
 Turkish, #179         FHA     8827      110        Support  Yes No
 LA Spanish, #171      FHA     8829      110        Support  Yes No
 Arabic, #253          FHA     8830      110        Support  Yes No
 Korean, #413          FHA     8833      110        Support  Yes No
 Chinese/US, #467      FHA     8834      110        Support  Yes No
 French Canadian, #445 FHA     8835      110        Support  Yes No
 Thai, #191            FHA     8836      110        Support  Yes No
 Russian, #443         FHA     8838      110        Support  Yes No
 Yugoslavian/Latin,    FHA     8839      110        Support  Yes No
  #105
 US English (EMEA),    FHA     8840      110        Support  Yes No
  #103P
 
Mouse -- USB, with     FHA     8841       82        Both     Yes No
 Keyboard Attachment
 Cable
 
16-Way POWER5+
 2.1GHz Standard CUoD  FHA     8967   56,410   $365 Must Rem N/A
  Processor Book,
  0-Way Active
 
 2.3GHz Turbo CUoD     FHA     8968  127,200    815 Must Rem N/A
  Processor Book,
  0-Way Active
 
New 16-Way POWER5      FHA     8969  115,000    815 Must Rem N/A
 Turbo CoD Processor
 Book, 0-Way Active
 
16-Way POWER5+ 2.1GHz  FHA     8970   88,000    599 Must Rem N/A
 Standard CUoD
 Processor Book,
 0-Way Active
 
Southern Hemisphere    FHA     9004        0        Must Rem N/A
 Designator for
 Monitors
 
Language Group Specify
 US English            FHA     9300       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Dutch                 FHA     9700       NC         Initial  N/A No
 French                FHA     9703       NC         Initial  N/A No
 German                FHA     9704       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Polish                FHA     9705       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Norwegian             FHA     9706       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Portuguese            FHA     9707       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Spanish               FHA     9708       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Italian               FHA     9711       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Canadian French       FHA     9712       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Japanese              FHA     9714       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Traditional Chinese   FHA     9715       NC         Initial  N/A No
  (Taiwan)
 Korean                FHA     9716       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Turkish               FHA     9718       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Hungarian             FHA     9719       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Slovakian             FHA     9720       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Russian               FHA     9721       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Simplified Chinese    FHA     9722       NC         Initial  N/A No
  (PRC)
 Czech                 FHA     9724       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Romanian              FHA     9725       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Croatian              FHA     9726       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Slovenian             FHA     9727       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Brazilian Portuguese  FHA     9728       NC         Initial  N/A No
 Thai                  FHA     9729       NC         Initial  N/A No
 
MMMC = Minimum monthly maintenance charge

Type/model conversions

   From          To         Parts      Purchase
Type   Model  Type   Model  returned   price
 
9119    590   9119    FHA    Yes       $68,000
9119    595   9119    FHA    Yes        54,000
9406    570   9119    FHA    Yes        86,000
9406    595   9119    FHA    Yes        54,000

The following are newly announced features on the specific models of the IBM Power Systems 9119 machine type:

                                                    Initial/
                                                    MES/
Description           Model  Feature Purchase       Both/        RP
machine Type 9119     number number  price    MMMC  Support  CSU MES
 
RPO MES Indicator      590     0396    $0           Support  N/A No
                       595                          Support  N/A No
 
Transition feature
 from 9119-590-7981    590     1630     0     $285   MES       No
 to 9119-FHA-4694/4695
 
 from 9119-595-7988    595     1631     0      300   MES       No
 to 9119-FHA-4694/4695
 
 from 9119-595-7813    595     1632     0      408   MES       No
 to 9119-FHA-4694/4695
 
 from 9119-590-8967    590     1633     0      182   MES       No
 to 9119-FHA-4694/4695
 
 from 9119-595-8970    595     1634     0      300   MES       No
 to 9119-FHA-4694/4695
 
 from 9119-595-8968    595     1635     0      408   MES       No
 to 9119-FHA-4694/4695
 
 from 9119-595-8969    595     1636     0      408   MES       No
 to 9119-FHA-4694/4695

Feature conversions

Feature conversions for 9119-590 processor features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7981 -- 16-Way POWER5     1630 -- Transition         No      $0
 Standard CUoD Processor   Feature from
 Book, 0-Way Active        9119-590-7981 to
                           9119-FHA-4694/4695
8967 -- 16-Way POWER5+    1633 -- Transition         No       0
 2.1GHz Standard CUoD      Feature from
 Processor Book, 0-Way     9119-590-8967 to
 Active                    9119-FHA-4694/4695

Feature conversions for 9119-590 to 9119-FHA adapter features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7818 -- Remote I/O-2      1814 -- Remote I/O-2       Yes     $1,310
(RIO-2) Loop Adapter,     (RIO-2) Loop Adapter,
Two Port                  Two Port
 
7820 -- GX Dual-port 12x  1816 -- GX Dual-port 12x   Yes      2,500
HCA                       HCA

Feature conversions for 9119-590 to 9119-FHA administrative features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
1633 -- Transition        4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes     $22,257
 Feature from              4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
 9119-590-8967 to          Active Processor Book
 9119-FHA-4694/4695
1630 -- Transition        4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      38,800
 Feature from              5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
 9119-590-7981 to          Active Processor Book
 9119-FHA-4694/4695
1633 -- Transition        4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      42,167
 Feature from              5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
 9119-590-8967 to          Active Processor Book
 9119-FHA-4694/4695
1630 -- Transition        4964 -- PCI Cryptographic  Yes      26,810
 Feature from              Coprocessor
 9119-590-7981 to
 9119-FHA-4694/4695

Feature conversions for 9119-590 to 9119-FHA memory features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                   To FC:                   Returned Price
 
7669 -- 1 GB Memory        5680 -- Activation of 1GB  No     $ 1,515
 Activation for #4500,     DDR2 POWER6 Memory
 #4501, #4502 and #4503
 Memory Cards
7970 -- 1GB Activation     5680 -- Activation of 1GB  No       2,376
 #7816 & #7835 Memory      DDR2 POWER6 Memory
 Features
8471 -- 1 GB Base Memory   5680 -- Activation of 1GB  No       1,215
 Activations for #4500,    DDR2 POWER6 Memory
 #4501, #4502 and #4503
7280 -- 256 GB Memory      5681 -- Activation of 256  No     194,048
 Activations for #4500,    GB DDR2 POWER6 Memory
 #4501, #4502 and #4503
 Memory Cards
8472 -- 256 GB Base        5681 -- Activation of 256  No     311,040
 Memory Activations for    GB DDR2 POWER6 Memory
 #4500, #4501, #4502 and
 #4503 Memory Cards
8493 -- 256 GB Memory      5681 -- Activation of 256  No     147,840
 Activations for #8151,    GB DDR2 POWER6 Memory
 #8153 and #8200 Memory
 Packages
4500 -- 0/4 GB 533 MHz     5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes        759
 DDR2 CoD Memory Card      (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                           POWER6 CoD Memory
7814 -- 4GB DDR2 Memory    5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes        330
 Card, 533MHz              (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
 
                           POWER6 CoD Memory
7816 -- 4GB CUoD Memory    5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes        805
 Card 2GB Active, DDR1     (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                           POWER6 CoD Memory
4500 -- 0/4 GB 533 MHz     5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      2,276
 DDR2 CoD Memory Card      (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                           POWER6 CoD Memory
4501 -- 0/8 GB 533 MHz     5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      1,518
 DDR2 CoD Memory Card      (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                           POWER6 CoD Memory
7814 -- 4GB DDR2 Memory    5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      1,847
 Card, 533MHz              (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                           POWER6 CoD Memory
7816 -- 4GB CUoD Memory    5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      2,322
 Card 2GB Active, DDR1     (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                           POWER6 CoD Memory
7835 -- 8GB CUoD Memory    5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      1,610
 Card 4GB Active, DDR1     (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                           POWER6 CoD Memory
4501 -- 0/8 GB 533 MHz     5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes      4,553
 DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                           533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
4502 -- 0/16 GB 533 MHz    5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes      3,579
 DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                           533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
7828 -- 16GB DDR1 Memory   5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes      2,588
 Card, 266MHz              Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                           533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
7835 -- 8GB CUoD Memory    5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes      4,645
 Card 4GB Active, DDR1     Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                           533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
4502 -- 0/16 GB 533 MHz    5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes     14,430
 DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                           400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
4503 -- 0/32 GB 400 MHz    5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes     22,756
 DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                           400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
7828 -- 16GB DDR1 Memory   5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes     19,923
 Card, 266MHz              Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                           400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
7829 -- 32GB DDR1 Memory   5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes     10,502
Card, 200MHz               Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                           400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
4503 -- 0/32 GB 400 MHz    5697 -- 0/64GB DDR2        Yes     58,621
DDR2 CoD Memory Card       Memory(4 x 16 GB) DIMMs,
                           400 MHz, POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
7829 -- 32GB DDR1 Memory   5697 -- 0/64GB DDR2        Yes     50,496
Card, 200MHz               Memory(4 x 16 GB) DIMMs,
                           400 MHz, POWER6 CoD
                           Memory
8195 -- 256GB DDR1 Memory  8201 -- 0/256 GB 533MHz    Yes     26,950
(32 X 8GB)                 DDR2 Memory Package
                           (32x#5694)
8153 -- 0/256 GB 533MHz    8202 -- 0/256 GB 533MHz    Yes     60,640
 DDR2 Memory Package       DDR2 Memory Package
                           (16x#5695)
8151 -- 0/512 GB 533MHz    8203 -- 0/512 GB 533MHz    Yes    108,009
 DDR2 Memory Package       DDR2 Memory Package
                           (32x#5695)
8197 -- 512GB DDR1 Memory  8203 -- 0/512 GB 533MHz    Yes     49,405
 (32 X 16GB Cards)         DDR2 Memory Package
                           (32x#5695)
8198 -- 512GB DDR1 Memory  8204 -- 0/512 GB 400MHz    Yes     82,842
 (16 X 32GB Cards)         DDR2 Memory Package
                           (16x#5696)
8200 -- 512GB DDR2 Memory  8204 -- 0/512 GB 400MHz    Yes    108,022
( 16 X 32GB Cards)         DDR2 Memory Package
                           (16x#5696)

Feature conversions for 9119-590 to 9119-FHA processor features

                                                     Parts    Purchase
From FC:                   To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7667 -- Activation, #8967  4754 -- Processor          No      $11,230
#7704 CUoD Processor       Activation #4754
Book, One Processor
7925 -- Activation, #7981  4754 -- Processor          No       16,025
or # 7730 CUoD Processor   Activation #4754
Book, One Processor
7667 -- Activation, #8967  4755 -- Processor          No       21,135
#7704 CUoD Processor       Activation #4755
Book, One Processor
7925 -- Activation, #7981  4755 -- Processor          No       23,050
or # 7730 CUoD Processor   Activation #4755
Book, One Processor

Feature conversions for 9119-595 processor features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7988 -- 16-Way POWER5     1631 -- Transition         No      $0
Standard CUoD Processor   Feature from
Book, 0-Way Active        9119-595-7988 to
                          9119-FHA-4694/4695
7813 -- 16-Way POWER5     1632 -- Transition         No       0
Turbo CUoD Processor      Feature from
Book, 0-Way Active        9119-595-7813 to
                          9119-FHA-4694/4695
8970 -- 16-Way POWER5+    1634 -- Transition         No       0
2.1GHz Standard CUoD      Feature from
Processor Book, 0-Way     9119-595-8970 to
Active                    9119-FHA-4694/4695
8968 -- 16-Way POWER5+    1635 -- Transition         No       0
2.3GHz Turbo CUoD         Feature from
Processor Book, 0-Way     9119-595-8968 to
Active                    9119-FHA-4694/4695
8969 -- New 16-Way POWER5 1636 -- Transition         No       0
Turbo CoD Processor       Feature from
Book, 0-Way Active        9119-595-8969 to
                          9119-FHA-4694/4695

Feature conversions for 9119-595 to 9119-FHA adapter features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7818 -- Remote I/O-2      1814 -- Remote I/O-2       Yes    $ 1,310
(RIO-2) Loop Adapter,     (RIO-2) Loop Adapter,
Two Port                  Two Port
7820 -- GX Dual-port 12x  1816 -- GX Dual-port 12x   Yes      2,500
HCA                       HCA

Feature conversions for 9119-595 to 9119-FHA administrative features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
1631 -- Transition        4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes     $30,300
Feature from              4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-7988 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1632 -- Transition        4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      25,875
Feature from              4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-7813 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1634 -- Transition        4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      22,200
Feature from              4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-8970 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1635 -- Transition        4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      13,380
Feature from              4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-8968 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1636 -- Transition        4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      27,625
Feature from              4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-8969 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1631 -- Transition        4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      42,950
Feature from              5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-7988 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1632 -- Transition        4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      37,925
Feature from              5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-7813 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1634 -- Transition        4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      40,700
Feature from              5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-8970 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1635 -- Transition        4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      28,700
Feature from              5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-8968 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695
1636 -- Transition        4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      40,375
Feature from              5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
9119-595-8969 to          Active Processor Book
9119-FHA-4694/4695

Feature conversions for 9119-595 to 9119-FHA memory features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7669 -- 1 GB Memory       5680 -- Activation of 1GB  No    $    758
Activation for #4500,     DDR2 POWER6 Memory
#4501, #4502 and #4503
Memory Cards
7970 -- 1GB Activation    5680 -- Activation of 1GB  No         327
#7816 & #7835 Memory      DDR2 POWER6 Memory
Features
8471 -- 1 GB Base Memory  5680 -- Activation of 1GB  No       1,215
Activations for #4500,    DDR2 POWER6 Memory
#4501, #4502 and #4503
7280 -- 256 GB Memory     5681 -- Activation of 256  No     194,048
Activations for #4500,    GB DDR2 POWER6 Memory
#4501, #4502 and #4503
Memory Cards
7799 -- 256 1GB Memory    5681 -- Activation of 256  No      83,712
Activations for #7835     GB DDR2 POWER6 Memory
Memory Cards
8472 -- 256 GB Base       5681 -- Activation of 256  No     311,040
Memory Activations for    GB DDR2 POWER6 Memory
#4500, #4501, #4502 and
#4503 Memory Cards
8493 -- 256 GB Memory     5681 -- Activation of 256  No     147,840
Activations for #8151,    GB DDR2 POWER6 Memory
#8153 and #8200 Memory
Packages
4500 -- 0/4 GB 533 MHz    5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes        759
DDR2 CoD Memory Card      (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
7814 -- 4GB DDR2 Memory   5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes        330
Card, 533MHz              (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
7816 -- 4GB CUoD Memory   5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes        805
Card 2GB Active, DDR1     (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
4500 -- 0/4 GB 533 MHz    5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      2,276
DDR2 CoD Memory Card      (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
4501 -- 0/8 GB 533 MHz    5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      1,518
DDR2 CoD Memory Card      (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
7814 -- 4GB DDR2 Memory   5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      1,847
Card, 533MHz              (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
7816 -- 4GB CUoD Memory   5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      2,322
Card 2GB Active, DDR1     (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
7835 -- 8GB CUoD Memory   5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes      1,610
Card 4GB Active, DDR1     (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
4501 -- 0/8 GB 533 MHz    5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes      4,553
DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4502 -- 0/16 GB 533 MHz   5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes      3,579
DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
7828 -- 16GB DDR1 Memory  5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes      2,588
Card, 266MHz              Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
7835 -- 8GB CUoD Memory   5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes      4,645
Card 4GB Active, DDR1     Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4502 -- 0/16 GB 533 MHz   5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes     14,430
DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4503 -- 0/32 GB 400 MHz   5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes     22,756
DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
7828 -- 16GB DDR1 Memory  5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes     19,923
Card, 266MHz              Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
7829 -- 32GB DDR1 Memory  5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes     10,502
Card, 200MHz              Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4503 -- 0/32 GB 400 MHz   5697 -- 0/64GB DDR2        Yes     58,621
DDR2 CoD Memory Card      Memory(4 x 16 GB) DIMMs,
                          400 MHz, POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
7829 -- 32GB DDR1 Memory  5697 -- 0/64GB DDR2        Yes     50,496
Card, 200MHz              Memory(4 x 16 GB) DIMMs,
                          400 MHz, POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
8195 -- 256GB DDR1 Memory 8201 -- 0/256 GB 533MHz    Yes     26,950
(32 X 8GB)                DDR2 Memory Package
                          (32x#5694)
8153 -- 0/256 GB 533MHz   8202 -- 0/256 GB 533MHz    Yes     60,640
DDR2 Memory Package       DDR2 Memory Package
                          (16x#5695)
8151 -- 0/512 GB 533MHz   8203 -- 0/512 GB 533MHz    Yes    108,009
DDR2 Memory Package       DDR2 Memory Package
                          (32x#5695)
8197 -- 512GB DDR1 Memory 8203 -- 0/512 GB 533MHz    Yes     49,405
(32 X 16GB Cards)         DDR2 Memory Package
                          (32x#5695)
8198 -- 512GB DDR1 Memory 8204 -- 0/512 GB 400MHz    Yes     82,842
(16 X 32GB Cards)         DDR2 Memory Package
                          (16x#5696)
8200 -- 512GB DDR2 Memory 8204 -- 0/512 GB 400MHz    Yes    108,022
(16 X 32GB Cards)         DDR2 Memory Package
                          (16x#5696)

Feature conversions for 9119-595 to 9119-FHA processor features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7668 -- Activation, #8968 4754 -- Processor          No      $ 6,790
#7705 CUoD Processor      Activation #4754
Book, One Processor
7693 -- Activation, #8970 4754 -- Processor          No       11,200
#7587 CUoD Processor      Activation #4754
Book, One Processor
7815 -- Activation #7813, 4754 -- Processor          No       12,975
#7731, #7586 or #8969     Activation #4754
CUoD Processor Books,
One Processor
7990 -- Activation, #7988 4754 -- Processor          No       14,350
or #7732 CUoD Processor   Activation #4754
Book, One Processor
7668 -- Activation, #8968 4755 -- Processor          No       14,400
#7705 CUoD Processor      Activation #4755
Book, One Processor
7693 -- Activation, #8970 4755 -- Processor          No       20,400
#7587 CUoD Processor      Activation #4755
Book, One Processor
7815 -- Activation #7813, 4755 -- Processor          No       18,925
#7731, #7586 or #8969     Activation #4755
CUoD Processor Books,
One Processor
7990 -- Activation, #7988 4755 -- Processor          No       20,175
or #7732 CUoD Processor   Activation #4755
Book, One Processor

Feature conversions for 9119-FHA adapter features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
1814 -- Remote I/O-2      1816 -- GX Dual-port 12x   Yes     $2,750
(RIO-2) Loop Adapter,     HCA
Two Port
5778 -- PCI-X EXP24       5780 -- PCI-X EXP24        No       5,595
Ctl-1.5GB No IOP          Ctl-1.5GB No IOP
5778 -- PCI-X EXP24       5782 -- PCI-X EXP24        No       5,595
Ctl-1.5GB No IOP          Ctl-1.5GB No IOP

Feature conversions for 9119-FHA processor features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes     $35,300
4.2GHz CoD , 0-core       5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
Active Processor Book     Active Processor Book
4754 -- Processor         4755 -- Processor          No       17,640
Activation #4754          Activation #4755

Feature conversions for 9119-FHA rack-related features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
5791 -- I/O Drawer, 20    5797 -- 12X I/O Drawer     Yes     $16,000
Slots, 16 Disk Bays       PCI-X, with repeater
5791 -- I/O Drawer, 20    5798 -- 12X I/O Drawer     Yes      16,000
Slots, 16 Disk Bays       PCI-X, no repeater

Feature conversions for 9406-570 to 9119-FHA administrative features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
1641 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes     $41,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1642 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      40,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1643 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      38,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1644 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      39,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1645 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      38,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1646 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      38,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1647 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      41,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1648 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      40,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1651 -- 2.2 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      38,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1652 -- 2.2 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      34,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1653 -- 2.2 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      34,000
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1641 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      59,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1642 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      58,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1643 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      56,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1644 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      57,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1645 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      56,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1646 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      56,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1647 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      59,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1648 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      58,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
 
 
                          Active Processor Book
1651 -- 2.2 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      56,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1652 -- 2.2 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      52,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1653 -- 2.2 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      52,500
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book

Feature conversions for 9406-570 to 9119-FHA Capacity on Demand features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7897 -- 570 CUoD Proc     4754 -- Processor          No      $15,100
Activation                Activation #4754
8452 -- 570 One Processor 4754 -- Processor          No       15,100
Activation                Activation #4754
7897 -- 570 CUoD Proc     4755 -- Processor          No       24,300
Activation                Activation #4755
8452 -- 570 One Processor 4755 -- Processor          No       24,300
Activation                Activation #4755

Feature conversions for 9406-570 to 9119-FHA memory features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7663 -- 570 1GB Mem       5680 -- Activation of 1GB  No      $   758
Activation                DDR2 POWER6 Memory
7892 -- 2GB DDR2 Main     5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes       1,328
Storage                   (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
7893 -- 4GB DDR2 Main     5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes       1,138
Storage                   (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
4495 -- 4/8GB DDR2 Main   5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes       2,656
Storage                   (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
7893 -- 4GB DDR2 Main     5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes       2,656
Storage                   (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
7894 -- 8GB DDR2 Main     5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes       2,276
Storage                   (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
4495 -- 4/8GB DDR2 Main   5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes       5,691
Storage                   Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4496 -- 8/16GB DDR2 Main  5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes       5,311
Storage                   Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4497 -- 16GB DDR2 Main    5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes       4,552
Storage                   Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4499 -- 16GB DDR2 Main    5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes       4,674
Storage                   Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
7894 -- 8GB DDR2 Main     5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes       5,311
Storage                   Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4496 -- 8/16GB DDR2 Main  5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes      23,331
Storage                   Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4497 -- 16GB DDR2 Main    5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes      23,525
Storage                   Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4498 -- 32GB DDR2 Main    5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes      20,164
Storage                   Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4499 -- 16GB DDR2 Main    5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes      20,702
Storage                   Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4498 -- 32GB DDR2 Main    5697 -- 0/64GB DDR2        Yes      58,520
Storage                   Memory(4 x 16 GB) DIMMs,
                          400 MHz, POWER6 CoD
                          Memory

Feature conversions for 9406-570 to 9119-FHA processor features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7618 -- 570 One Processor 4754 -- Processor          No      $10,600
Activation                Activation #4754
7738 -- 570 Base Proc     4754 -- Processor          No       10,600
Activation                Activation #4754
7618 -- 570 One Processor 4755 -- Processor          No       19,800
Activation                Activation #4755
7738 -- 570 Base Proc     4755 -- Processor          No       19,800
Activation                Activation #4755
7260 -- 570 Enterprise    4995 -- Single #5250       No            0
Enablement                Enterprise Enablement
7577 -- 570 Enterprise    4995 -- Single #5250       No            0
Enablement                Enterprise Enablement
9286 -- Base Enterprise   4995 -- Single #5250       No            0
Enablement                Enterprise Enablement
9299 -- Base 5250         4995 -- Single #5250       No            0
Enterprise Enable         Enterprise Enablement
7597 -- 570 Full          4996 -- Full #5250         No            0
Enterprise Enable         Enterprise Enablement
9298 -- Full 5250         4996 -- Full #5250         No            0
Enterprise Enable         Enterprise Enablement

Feature conversions for 9406-595 to 9119-FHA adapter features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7818 -- HSL-2/RIO-G       1814 -- Remote I/O-2       Yes     $ 1,310
2-Ports Copper            (RIO-2) Loop Adapter,
                          Two Port

Feature conversions for 9406-595 to 9119-FHA administrative features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
1661 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes     $25,875
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1662 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      25,875
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1663 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      25,875
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1664 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      25,875
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1665 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      25,875
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1666 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      25,875
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1667 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      25,875
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1668 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      25,875
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1671 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      30,300
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1672 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      30,300
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1673 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      30,300
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1676 -- 2.3 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      13,380
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1677 -- 2.3 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      13,380
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1678 -- 2.3 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      13,380
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1679 -- 2.3 GHz Proc HW   4694 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      13,380
Upgr Feat                 4.2GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1661 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      44,375
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1662 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      44,375
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1663 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      44,375
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1664 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      44,375
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1665 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      44,375
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1666 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      44,375
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1667 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      44,375
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1668 -- 1.9 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      44,375
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1671 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      46,850
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1672 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      46,850
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1673 -- 1.65 GHz Proc HW  4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      46,850
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1676 -- 2.3 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      28,700
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1677 -- 2.3 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      28,700
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1678 -- 2.3 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      28,700
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book
1679 -- 2.3 GHz Proc HW   4695 -- 0/8-core POWER6    Yes      28,700
Upgr Feat                 5.0GHz CoD , 0-core
                          Active Processor Book

Feature conversions for 9406-595 to 9119-FHA memory features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7669 -- 1GB DDR2 Memory   5680 -- Activation of 1GB  No     $    758
Activation                DDR2 POWER6 Memory
7280 -- 256GB DDR2 Memory 5681 -- Activation of 256  No      194,048
Activation                GB DDR2 POWER6 Memory
4500 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Main   5693 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Memory  Yes         759
Storage                   (4 x 1 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
4500 -- 0/4GB DDR2 Main   5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes       2,276
Storage                   (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
4501 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Main   5694 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Memory  Yes       1,518
Storage                   (4 x 2 GB) DIMMs- 667 MHz-
                          POWER6 CoD Memory
4501 -- 0/8GB DDR2 Main   5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes       4,553
Storage                   Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4502 -- 0/16GB DDR2 Main  5695 -- 0/16GB DDR2        Yes       3,579
Storage                   Memory (4 x 4 GB) DIMMs-
                          533 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4502 -- 0/16GB DDR2 Main  5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes      14,430
Storage                   Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4503 -- 0/32GB DDR2 Main  5696 -- 0/32GB DDR2        Yes      22,756
Storage                   Memory (4 x 8 GB) DIMMs-
                          400 MHz- POWER6 CoD
                          Memory
4503 -- 0/32GB DDR2 Main  5697 -- 0/64GB DDR2        Yes      58,621
Storage                   Memory(4 x 16 GB) DIMMs,
                          400 MHz, POWER6 CoD
                          Memory

Feature conversions for 9406-595 to 9119-FHA processor features

                                                    Parts    Purchase
From FC:                  To FC:                    Returned Price
 
7668 -- 595 One Processor 4754 -- Processor          No      $ 6,790
Activation                Activation #4754
7815 -- 595 One Processor 4754 -- Processor          No       12,975
Activation                Activation #4754
7925 -- 595 One Processor 4754 -- Processor          No       16,025
Activation                Activation #4754
7668 -- 595 One Processor 4755 -- Processor          No       14,400
Activation                Activation #4755
7815 -- 595 One Processor 4755 -- Processor          No       18,925
Activation                Activation #4755
7925 -- 595 One Processor 4755 -- Processor          No       23,050
Activation                Activation #4755
7261 -- 595 Enterprise    4995 -- Single #5250       No            0
Enablement                Enterprise Enablement
7579 -- 595 Enterprise    4995 -- Single #5250       No            0
Enablement                Enterprise Enablement
9286 -- Base Enterprise   4995 -- Single #5250       No            0
Enablement                Enterprise Enablement
9299 -- Base 5250         4995 -- Single #5250       No            0
Enterprise Enable         Enterprise Enablement
7259 -- 595 Full          4996 -- Full #5250         No            0
Enterprise Enable         Enterprise Enablement
7598 -- 595 Full          4996 -- Full #5250         No            0
Enterprise Enable         Enterprise Enablement
9298 -- Full 5250         4996 -- Full #5250         No            0
Enterprise Enable         Enterprise Enablement

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

IBM Global Financing: IBM Global Financing offers competitive financing to credit-qualified customers to assist them in acquiring IT solutions. Offerings include financing for IT acquisition, including hardware, software, and services, from both IBM and other manufacturers or vendors. Offerings (for all customer segments: small, medium, and large enterprise), rates, terms, and availability can vary by country. Contact your local IBM Global Financing organization or visit

IBM Global Financing can assist you with accelerating your acquisition of the latest technology you need within your budget process with competitive, customized lease financing of your Power Systems servers, while enabling you to reduce technology obsolescence risk and planning effort for disposal and replacement. We also provide financing for other hardware, software, and services from both IBM and other manufacturers or vendors -- all presented in one client contract. In addition, as your performance and capacity needs grow, our flexible mid-lease upgrade options offer nondisruptive upgrades, usually with little or no change to the monthly payment.

For ultimate flexibility, IBM can assemble an Open Infrastructure Offering (OIO) that combines hardware, software, professional services, maintenance, financing, and disaster recovery into a single, customized agreement. Every OIO agreement is tailored to a specific client situation and provides the flexibility to make changes in response to changing needs, including the ability to substitute new technologies as needed. It combines a simplified acquisition process with a consolidated monthly bill where IBM Global Financing can finance any or all of your associated one-time-charge costs through a single contract. Predefined interest rates and monthly billings reduce financial risks and make budget planning easier through improved IT expense forecasting. An OIO can reduce overall IT expenses and optimize asset management for in-place and future assets.

Through our Global Asset Recovery Services, we offer buy-back and disposal in an environmentally friendly manner, complying with all government laws and regulations.

Our IBM Project Financing™ program gives you the ability to design and build your entire IT infrastructure, aligning up-front costs to expected project benefits. This could include financing for select facility design and construction, building and structural upgrades, infrastructure equipment, IT hardware, software, services, and consulting.
 
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