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IBM eServer p570

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The IBM POWER6 processor-based System p™ 570 mid-range server delivers outstanding price/performance, mainframe-inspired reliability and availability features, flexible capacity upgrades and innovative virtualization technologies. This powerful 19-inch rack-mount system, which can handle up to 16 POWER6 cores, can be used for database and application serving, as well as server consolidation. The modular p570 is designed to continue the tradition of its predecessor, the IBM POWER5+™ processor-based System p5™ 570 server, for resource optimization, secure and dependable performance and the flexibility to change with business needs. Clients have the ability to upgrade their current p5-570 servers and know that their investment in IBM Power Architecture™ technology has again been rewarded.

The p570 is the first server designed with POWER6 processors, resulting in performance and price/performance advantages while ushering in a new era in the virtualization and availability of UNIX® and Linux® data centers. POWER6 processors can run 64-bit applications, while concurrently supporting 32-bit applications to enhance flexibility. They feature simultaneous multithreading,1 allowing two application “threads” to be run at the same time, which can significantly reduce the time to complete tasks.

The p570 system is more than an evolution of technology wrapped into a familiar package; it is the result of “thinking outside the box.” IBM’s modular symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) architecture means that the system is constructed using 4-core building blocks. This design allows clients to start with what they need and grow by adding additional building blocks, all without disruption to the base system.2 Optional Capacity on Demand features allow the activation of dormant processor power for times as short as one minute. Clients may start small and grow with systems designed for continuous application availability.

IBM p570 Specifications
 
Standard configurations   Per building block   p5- 570 (maximum)
 
Processor cores   Two or four 64-bit, 1.9 or 2.2 GHz POWER5+ in the first building block; four in all others   16 64-bit 1.9 or 2.2 GHz POWER5+
 
Level 3 (L3) cache   36MB (two processor core building block) or 72MB (four processor core building block)   288MB
 
RAM (memory)   2GB to 64GB of 533 MHz DDR2 or 32 to 128GB of 400 MHz DDR2 (2.2 GHz systems only)   256GB of 533 MHz DDR2 or 512GB of 400 MHz DDR2 (2.2 GHz systems only)
 
Processor-to-memory bandwidth (peak)   50.6 GBps   202.7 GBps
 
L2-to-L3 cache bandwidth (peak)   70.4 GBps   281.6 GBps
 
RIO-2 I/O subsystem bandwidth (peak)   8.8 GBps   35.2 GBps
 
Internal disk bays   Six on a split backplane (3+3)   24 (four split backplanes)
 
Internal disk storage   Up to 1.8TB (30.6TB with optional I/O drawers)   Up to 7.2TB (79.2TB with optional I/O drawers)
 
Media bays   Two hot-plug slimline   Eight hot-plug slimline
 
PCI-X adapter slots   Six hot-plug: five long 64- bit 133 MHz, one short 64-bit 133 MHz   24 hot- plug: 20 long 64-bit 133 MHz, four short 64- bit 133 MHz
 
 
 
 
Standard features
 
Integrated I/O adapters   One 2 -port 10/100/1000 Ethernet; two Ultra320 SCSI; one 2 -port USB, two HMC ports, two system ports   Four 2-port 10/100/1000 Ethernet; eight Ultra320 SCSI; four 2-port USB, two HMC ports, two system ports
 
 
 
 
Expansion features
 
I/O expansion (optional)   Up to eight I/O drawers (combination 7311 -D11 and 7311-D20)   Up to 20 I/O drawers (combination 7311-D11 and 7311-D20)
 
Connectivity support (optional)   2 Gigabit Fibre Channel; 10 Gigabit Ethernet; 4x InfiniBand Switch
 
 
 
 
Virtualization Engine system technologies
 
POWER Hypervisor   Dynamic LPAR; Virtual LAN (Memory to memory inter-partition communication)1
 
Advanced POWER Virtualization1 (optional)   Micro-Partitioning; Shared processor pool; Virtual I/O Server; Partition Load Manager (AIX 5L only)
 
 
 
 
Capacity on Demand features (optional)   Processor CUoD
Memory CUoD
Reserve CoD
On/Off Processor CoD
On/Off Memory CoD
Trial CoD
 
 
 
 
Operating systems   AIX 5L V5.2 or later
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 9 for POWER (SLES 9) or later
Red Hat Enterprise Linux AS 4 for POWER (RHEL AS 4) or later
 
 
 
 
Power requirements   200v to 240v AC
 
 
 
 
System dimensions   Building block: 6.85"H (4U) x 19.0"W x 31.1"D (174.1mm x 483mm x 790mm); weight 140.0 lb (63.6 kg)2
7311-D11 I/O drawer: 6.9"H (4U) x 17.5"W x 28.0"D (175mm x 445mm x 711mm); weight 86.0 lb (39.1kg)2
7311-D20 I/O drawer: 7.0"H (4U) x 19.0"W x 24.0"D (178mm x 482mm x 610mm); weight 101.0 lb (45.9 kg)2
 
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