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IBM has released several new systems powered by the innovative Intel Xeon E5-2600 processor family. The chip, which is hailed for delivering 80% better performance and 50% better energy-efficiency, has also been implemented in a slew of HP and Dell machines that have also been announced this week.
IBM's Intel Xeon E5-2600 servers include:
IBM BladeCenter HS23 Blade: This two-socket server module is optimized for virtualization and enterprise-level workloads. The IBM HS23 Blade is compatible with the IBM BladeCenter H, BladeCenter HT, BladeCenter S and BladeCenter E chassises.
IBM System x3550 M4 Server: This innovative system is optimized for cloud environments and business-critical applications. The 1U rack server scales to 768 GB of memory and 9 TB of internal disk storage.
IBM System x3650 M4 Server: This 2U rack system is noted for its RAS capabilities and minimal downtime. It scales to 768 GB of memory and 18 TB of internal disk storage.
IBM System x iDataPlex dx360 M4 Server: Featuring a unique form factor, this system is geared toward datacenters with space constraints. Its design also allows for enhanced power and cooling efficiency.
IBM System X3500 M4 Server: This system is designed to tackle apps such as virtualized desktops, workgroup collaborations and infrastructures. It supports 768 GB of memory via two dozen DIMMs and 32 TB of data storage.
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