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IBM i 9009-42A Power9 S924: iSeries Systems Upgrades EP1E EP1F EP1G

IBM i 9009-42A Power9 S924: Systems and Upgrades

"The new S924 - Highest security and reliability now Cloud enabled with integrated Virtualization capabilities."

The POWER9 scale-out family is the first set of entry servers that comes completely cloud enabled out of the box with integrated PowerVM Enterprise capabilities. Additionally, on-chip analytics and algorithms help clients run their workloads at an optimized processor frequency for performance and throughput. In combination with the DDR4 memory footprint of 4 TB, IBM provides systems that are unmatched by the competition in terms of memory scaling as well as the core to memory ratio needed for data-centric and in-memory workloads. Live Partition Mobility capabilities are built in, to cloud-enable your POWER9 infrastructure and help you migrate from previous Power Systems. Every new S924 also has the option of a temporary PowerVM license for your old server to support a seamless move of workloads to POWER9. The Power System S924 server has built-in security that can help you to be ready for current and future security threats.

Available Processor Types:

IBM 9009-42A EP1E 8-Core 4.0GHz Processor, 145,500 (268,500 with 2 Processors) CPW MAX, P20 Group
IBM 9009-42A EP1F 10-Core 4.0GHz Processor, 174,500 (318,000 with 2 Processors) CPW MAX, P20 Group
IBM 9009-42A EP1G 2x 12-Core 4.0GHz Processors, 370,000 CPW MAX, P20 Group  

The Power S924 supports two processor sockets, offering 8-core or 16-core typical 3.8 to 4.0 GHz (max), 10-core or 20-core typical 3.5 to 3.9 GHz (max), or 24-core typical 3.4 to 3.9 GHz (max) configurations in a 19-inch rack-mount, 4U (EIA units) drawer configuration. All the cores are active. The server supports a maximum of 32 DDR4 DIMM slots. Memory features supported are 16 GB, 32 GB, 64 GB, and 128 GB, allowing for a maximum system memory of 4096 GB.

9009-42A Datasheet   -   POWER9 Benchmarks & Quick Reference Sheets - Upgrading to POWER9 Checklist

 Considering an upgrade from POWER8? Learn about the differences between POWER8 and POWER9 Systems here.

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