IBM Power Systems – Wikipedia

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Power Systems is a family of waiter computers from IBM that are based on its Power processors. It was created in 2008 as a fusion of the System p and System one product lines .

history [edit ]

IBM had two distinct POWER- and PowerPC-based hardware lines since the early 1990s :
After the introduction of the POWER4 processor in 2001, there was short difference between both the “ p ” and the “ one ” hardware ; the lone differences were in the software and services offerings. With the initiation of the POWER5 processor in 2004, even the product count was synchronized. The System i5 570 was virtually identical to the System p5 570.

In April 2008, IBM formally merged the two lines of servers and workstations under the same name, Power, [ 2 ] and late Power Systems, with identical hardware and a choice of operating systems, software, and service contracts, [ 3 ] based once on a POWER6 architecture. PowerPC line was discontinued. With Release 8 of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, IBM has completed passage of POWER8 and POWER9 servers to little-endian mode for Linux. [ 4 ] [ 5 ] [ 6 ] AIX and IBM one continue to run in big-endian mood.

Systems [edit ]

IBM Power Systems models :

  • 2008/2009
    • BladeCenter JS12 Express
    • BladeCenter JS22 Express
    • BladeCenter JS23 Express
    • BladeCenter JS43 Express
    • Power 520 Express
    • Power 550 Express
    • Power 560 Express
    • Power 570
    • Power 575
    • Power 595
  • 2010
    • BladeCenter PS700 Express
    • BladeCenter PS701 Express
    • BladeCenter PS702 Express
    • Power 710 Express
    • Power 720 Express (8202-E4B, 8202-E4C) (4, 6 or 8-core POWER7 CPU)[7][8]
    • Power 730 Express
    • Power 740 Express (8205-E6B, 8205-E6C) (1~2 4, 6 or 8-core POWER7 CPUs)[7][8]
    • Power 750 Express (8233-E8B) (1~4 6 or 8-core POWER7 CPUs)[9]
    • Power 755 (8236-E8C) (4 8-core POWER7 CPUs) – for high-performance computing (HPC)[9]
    • Power 770
    • Power 780
    • Power 795
  • 2011
    • Power 775 – also known as PERCS
  • 2012
    • Flex System p260
    • Flex System p460
    • Flex System p24L (Linux only)
  • 2013
    • Power 720 Express (8202-E4D) (4, 6 or 8-core POWER7+ CPU)[10]
    • Power 740 Express (8205-E6D) (1~2 6 or 8-core POWER7+ CPUs)[10]
    • Power 750 Express (8408-E8D) (1~4 8-core POWER7+ DCMs)[11]
    • Power 760 (9109-RMD) (1~4 12-core POWER7+ DCMs)[11]
  • 2014

POWER8 -based IBM Power Systems E870 can be configured with up to 80 processor cores and 8 TB of memory.

    • Power Systems S821LC and S821LC
    • Power Systems S822 and S822L
    • Power Systems S814
    • Power Systems S824 and S824L
    • Power Systems E870
    • Power Systems E880
  • 2015
    • Power Systems E850
    • Power Systems S812L and S812LC
    • Power Systems S822LC
  • 2017
    • Power Systems AC922
    • Power Systems L922
    • Power Systems S914
    • Power Systems S922
    • Power Systems S924
    • Power Systems H922
    • Power Systems H924
    • Power Systems E950
    • Power Systems E980

IBM PowerVM provides the virtualisation solution for Power Systems servers .

See besides [edit ]

Preceded byIBM System i IBM Power Systems
2008 – current
Preceded byIBM System p

References [edit ]

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