The IBM Power 750 Express server offers up to 32 POWER7 processor cores supporting up to 128 simultaneous computing threads in a 4U rack-mounted package.
Designed to accommodate mid-sized database serving and application consolidation, the IBM Power 750 Express systems offers a reliable and efficient server platform that supports IBM i, AIX, and x86 Linux workloads. The Power 750 Express servers are ENERGY STAR qualified, with a number of power management features designed to conserve energy. Other features include:
|IBM Power 750 Express Specifications|
|POWER7 CPU Options||6-core 3.3GHz
|L2 cache||256KB per core|
|L3 cache||4MB per core|
|PCI Adapter Slots||2 x PCI-X 2.0, 3 x PCI Express 8x|
|Integrated Virtual Ethernet I/O adapters||4 x Gigabit Ethernet (10/100/1000 Mbps) or 2 x 10 Gigabit Ethernet|
|Integrated SAS controller||1 controller for SAS DASD, SSD & DVD-RAM|
|Other ports||3 USB, 2 HMC, 2 system ports, 2 SPCN|
|GX slots||2 GX++ (12X)|
|Machine Type Model||8233-E8B|
The Intelligent Thread technology included with the IBM Power 750 Express allows workloads to be optimized automatically by switching between one, two or four execution threads per processor core to optimize application throughput. With this feature, you can deliver the highest per-thread performance or maximum system throughput, based on the requirements of the application that resides on the server.
The IBM Active Memory Expansion capability enables those who have IBM Power 750 Express servers to double their memory capacity so it is much larger than the actual physical memory, without having to install additional memory devices. Optimized for SAP workloads, Active Memory Expansion helps optimizes workloads to improve application performance and maximize the server ROI.
By utilizing the IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager with Energy Scale technology, you can enable Intelligent Energy management features, and dramatically improve energy efficiency and conserve power. The Power 7 processor included in the IBM Power 750 Express servers can be operated at a high frequency if environment conditions permit, for increased performance, or be set to operate at a reduced frequency, to experience significant energy savings.