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IBM Power E1050

The IBM Power E1050 server (9043-MRX) is an enhanced enterprise class four-socket, 4U server that provides massive scaleability and flexibility. This system is agile and delivers extreme density in an energy-efficient design with superior reliability and resiliency. It will provide enterprise clients with a secure environment that balances mission-critical and modernization applications to deliver a frictionless hybrid cloud experience.

Power E1050 features

  • Supports 24 to 96 processor cores with two to four Power10 processor modules
  • Delivers 256 GB to 16 TB high-performance DDR4 memory with L4 cache
  • Supports up to ten NVMe drives
  • Up to 11 hot-swap PCIe slots in the system unit: 6 PCIe Gen5 x8 or Gen4 x16 slots; 3 PCIe Gen4 x8 slots; 2 PCIe Gen5 x 8 slots
  • Four hot-plug and redundant power supplies 2300 W (200–240 V AC) (#EB39)
  • System unit only 4U in a 19-inch rack-mount hardware
  • Support for AIX and select Linux distributions

IBM Power E1050 Technical Overview and Introduction

IBM Power E1050 Technical Overview and Introduction provides a detailed discussion of the architecture, features, and options of the IBM Power E1050 (also known as the Power E1050) server that supports IBM AIX® and selected distributions of Linux operating systems. The objective of this paper is to introduce the Power E1050 of the IBM Power portfolio and allow you to decide if it is the right server for your enterprise.


Introducing IBM Power E1050

Introducing IBM Power E1050 with Michael Malicdem

IBM Power E1080

Clients need applications and data to be enterprise-grade everywhere without adding complexity and cost. The IBM Power E1080 server is the industry’s best-in-class server platform for security and reliability. The Power E1080 introduces the essential enterprise hybrid cloud platform that is uniquely designed to help you securely and efficiently scale core operational and AI applications in a hybrid cloud. The Power E1080 server simplifies end-to-end encryption and brings AI to where your data resides for faster insights, which helps enable greater workload flexibility and agility while accomplishing more work.


Power E1080 features

  • Ten, twelve, or fifteen core processors
  • Up to 240 Power10 processor cores in 1 - 4 system nodes and up to 64 TB of 2933 MHz DDR4 DRAM memory, and six PCIe Gen4 x16 or PCIe Gen5 x8 and two PCIe Gen5 x8 I/O expansion slots per system node enclosure, with a maximum of 32 per system (4-node systems will be available as of December 10th, 2021)
  • Redundant clocking in each system node
  • Four non-volatile memory express (NVMe) drive bays per system node for boot purposes
  • PCIe support in each system node and disk, and I/O support through expansion and storage drawers
  • A full range of Capacity on Demand (CoD) and dynamic LPAR support

IBM Power E1080 Technical Overview and Introduction

Provides a broad understanding of a new architecture of the IBM Power E1080 (also known as the Power E1080) server that supports IBM AIX®, IBM i, and selected distributions of Linux operating systems. The objective of this paper is to introduce the Power E1080, which is the most powerful and scalable server of the IBM Power portfolio, and its offerings and relevant functions.







Introducing IBM Power E1080

Power E1080 introduces the essential enterprise hybrid cloud platform, uniquely architected to help you securely and efficiently scale core operational and AI applications anywhere in a hybrid cloud. In this video IBM Power Digital Sales Technical Advisor Giuliano Anselmi introduces this latest addition to the IBM Power family.



What is Power E1080

The IBM Power E1080 is the successor to the E980. The E1080 is up to 16 socket, SMP large scale enterprise class system. In this video IBM System Engineer Armin Röll introduces the new Power E1080, which he describes as one of the most fascinating systems in the world.

IBM Power S1014, S1022s, S1022, and S1024

IBM Power servers are already the most reliable and secure in their class. Now, the new IBM Power S1014 (9105-41B), Power S1022s (9105-22B), S1022 (9105-22A), and Power S1024 (9105-42A) technology-based servers extend that leadership and introduce the essential scale-out hybrid cloud platform, uniquely architected to help clients securely and efficiently scale core operational and AI applications anywhere in a hybrid cloud environment. Clients can encrypt all data simply without management overhead or performance impact and drive insights faster with AI at the point of data. Clients can also gain workload deployment flexibility and agility with a single hybrid cloud currency while doing more work.


Features

  • The Power S1014 supports up to eight Power10 cores, 1.0 TB of system memory, and up to 102.4 TB of NVMe storage
  • The Power S1022s supports up to 16 Power10 cores, 2.0 TB of system memory, and up to 51.2 TB of NVMe storage
  • The Power S1022 supports up to 40 Power10 cores, 4.0 TB of system memory, and up to 51.2 TB of NVMe storage
  • The Power S1024 supports up to 48 Power10 cores, 8.0 TB of system memory, and up to 102.4 TB of NVMe storage

(Note: Maximum values are based on announced features generally available November 18th 2022)

IBM Power S1014, S1022s, S1022, and S1024 Technical Overview and Introduction

This IBM® Redpaper publication is a comprehensive guide that covers the IBM Power S1014 (9105-41B), IBM Power S1022s (9105-22B), IBM Power S1022 (9105-22A), and IBM Power S1024 (9105-42A) servers that use the latest IBM Power10 processor-based technology and support the IBM AIX®, IBM i, and Linux operating systems. The goal of this paper is to provide a hardware architecture analysis and highlight the changes, new technologies, and major features that are being introduced in these systems.



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