IBM 9009-42A EP1G 24-Core Processor
9009-42A EP1G 24-Core IBM Power9 Processor 370,700 CPW IBM i AIX Linux VIOS
IBM 9009-42A S924 Power9 EP1G processor system has 2 Sockets, can have up to 24-cores, 4TB of memory, is in a P20 software tier and supports IBM i, AIX, Linux and VIOS workloads. The 9009-42A two socket 24-core configuration has a maximum of 370,700 CPW with all 24 cores active and has a starting price of $28,300. The S924 9009-42A Power9 chip core speed specifications range between 3.4-3.9 GHz. The 9009-42A EP1G Power9 processor has five Gen4 and six Gen3 slots. The IBM S924 model can have 12 or 16 internal slots for SSD and disk drives depending on configuration, and can attach up to 28 IBM EXP24SX I/O expansion drawers and EMX0 PCIe adapter drawers can be attached (28 is the maximum combined quantity).
The IBM Power9 S924 System model 9009-42A pricing depends on the configuration of the server, includes warranty, free technical support and are available as new or in refurbished condition. Every IBM 9009-42A Power9 system comes custom configured to customer specifications including OS type and version, LPAR configuration, activated processor cores, memory, storage, operating system level, software licenses, and number of concurrent users.
IBM S924 9009-42A Models CPW by Processors Activated
9009-42A EP1E 8-Core: 18,188-145,500 CPW
9009-42A EP1F 10-Core: 17,450-174,500 CPW
9009-42A EP1G 12-Core: 15,446-370,700 CPW
9009-42A EP1E 16-Core: 18,188-268,500 CPW
9009-42A EP1F 20-Core: 17,450-318,000 CPW
9009-42A EP1G 24-Core: 15,446 -370,700 CPW
IBM 9009-42A and other Power9 systems support PCIe Gen 4 and earlier PCIe generation feature cards. If I/O performance, response times and throughput are contributing factors for upgrading your IBM i, you should purchase new RAID Controllers and other SAS adapters, as the newer generation PCIe adapters provide significant performance gains. The 9009-42A Power9 systems support 220V power. IBM S924 Power9 models have three backplane options, a 12 SFF-3 Bays, a 18 SFF-3 bays with write cache or a 12 SFF-3 bays with dual IOA and write cache. IBM i workloads require 4k byte block hard disk drives or SSD. If you need to boot more than one Virtual IO server from internal disks, your Power9 system needs to the split backplane feature and a minimum of four disks (two per Virtual IO Server).