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Your next server infrastructure investment could determine the success of your business. Upgrade your IBM POWER system and gain a server with a cutting-edge design. A powerful IBM POWER9 chip. All for an incredibly low price.
The IBM Power System S914 is ideal for small and medium business-critical applications, operational databases, advanced analytics and I/O intensive workloads. Powered by a full PCIe Gen4 architecture (slots, switches and lanes) and up to 14 NVMe supported devices, the IBM Power System S914 server is a powerful 1-socket server.
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The IBM Power System S924 is ideal for medium and large applications and IO intensive workloads. A 2-socket server with up to 24 activated cores and I/O configuration flexibility. It features a fully activated IBM® POWER9™ processor module configurations in a 19-inch rack-mount.
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“Our sales transactions systems already ran so quickly that the new IBM POWER9-based servers took response times of milliseconds and drove them down even further,” says Christiansen.
“But where we really notice a difference is when our employees run day-end processes like stock-taking. In that case, IBM Power Systems S914 servers reduced processing times from one hour 20 minutes to just five minutes.
Since we run them once stores are closed, it means that our staff can go home much sooner. They’re happier, and the risk of processes over-running and affecting the next day’s opening is smaller than ever.”
The minimum versions of IBM i supported by IBM POWER9 scale out servers are IBM i 7.2, IBM i 7.3 and IBM i 7.4. IBM i 7.4 is currently the latest version of IBM i and has comes packed with great features including DB2 Mirror for i. Here is an article that details why you should consider being on the latest version of IBM i. IBM i 7.1 will shortly become out of support so there is a real incentive to upgrade.
IBM continues to make significant investments to support the platform and has recently announced the purchase of RedHat. This acquisition will strengthen the relationship between the two companies and will make the IBM platform a major open source player.
IBM POWER9 hardware also underpins two of the most powerful known supercomputers in the world, proving that the technology behind the latest POWER models is some of the best performing on the market.
Importantly, IBM has publicly released a IBM i roapmap that runs beyond 2031 and we are led to believe that newer versions of the server are already in the early stages of development.
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