The server was configured with four Intel Xeon E7-8870 processors running at 2.40GHz with 30MB of shared L3 cache per processor.
IT Infrastructure News
IBM has announced a new version of its successful XIV Storage System that can help clients make use of their valuable data faster and easier while reducing storage costs. IBM XIV Storage System Gen3 can provide improved performance for clients' most demanding application workloads, such as virtualization, analytics and cloud computing, the company says.
Mainframe users at IBM SHARE get glimpse of solution that can share data center resources, replicate data to DR centers, and migrate data from legacy media over to new technologies.
Nexsan E-Series storage systems optimize data center infrastructure by reducing power requirements up to 85 percent, company says.
MPG will now be able to help users model what-if views of specific server workloads or a consolidation of workloads.
Users now can get IBM i server hardware discounts with the purchase of any combination of Help/Systems software.
Results demonstrate superior customer value of Power Linux by eclipsing performance of Dell, HP, and Oracle systems. IBM announced multiple leading benchmark results for the Linux operating system running on the IBM Power 730 Express, which bested comparable hardware platforms running Linux or Windows, according to IBM.
Company also announces new version of zOS—V 1.13—that adds the latest encryption and compliance features as well as disk management and enhanced autonomics with early error-detection.