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How We See IT: IBM Power System S824

Hot Points: Improvement on System Performance Swifter Acquisition of Insights Energy Efficiency For this month’s How We See IT column, we will be focusing on the IBM Power System S824. This line offers improvements on system performance and swifter acquisition of insights, while efficiently using energy. IBM S824 has the following features: Scale-out POWER8 processor Two socket server 4U drawer configuration Accommodates up to 24 CPU cores with 3.52 GHz Improvement on System Performance With the SMT8 feature, the system performance of the IBM Power System S824 has increased the amount of workloads with large or frequently changing sets. The IBM Power System S824 has the capacity to invoke up to eight concurrent threads per core, schedule threads per core and designate or change the primary thread. The server can [...]

How We See IT: IBM 9179-MHB

At CentricsIT, we are your IT experts, and here is what we have to say about IBM's Power 780 Enterprise Server 9179-MHB. Your Needs: 1. Flexibility 2. Increased Memory 3. Intelligent Energy How We See IT The 9179-MHB is an innovative symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) rack-mounted server that utilizes the latest POWER7 processor technology to deliver scalability, reliability, and manageability in your large enterprise's data center. Now available in configurations up to 96 POWER7 cores, the most recent version of the popular modular design delivers more capacity and efficiency than it ever has before. The Power 780 utilizes a special memory architecture designed to provide increased bandwidth capacity. Flexibility What sets the 9179-MHB apart from other servers is its unique ability to switch between standard throughput optimized mode and its distinctive [...]

How We See IT: IBM Power7 Systems

At CentricsIT, we are your IT experts, and here is what we have to say about some of our best selling servers: IBM’s Power7 Servers p710, p720, p730, p740, p750, and p770. Your Needs: 1. Integrated Analytics 2. High Level of Quality Performance 3. Reduced/Controlled Power Consumption How We See IT: A consistent problem in the Information Technology world is data centers trying to support an environment that is becoming increasingly data-intensive with an IT infrastructure that is nearing its limits in terms of performance, scalability, and energy consumption. Inefficiencies in these particular areas can result in a waste of both CPU resources and energy. IBM’s Power7 family of IT servers contain more efficient, virtualized processors that make better use of infrastructure resources and enable IT professionals to consolidate the [...]