IBM FlashSystem® 9500 combines the performance of flash and end-to-end Non-Volatile Memory Express (NVMe) with the reliability and innovation of IBM FlashCore® technology, so you can easily add in the hybrid cloud solutions that best support your most critical demands.
Proprietary IBM FlashCore® modules with Arm processors provide FlashSystem platforms with increased density storage with low latency access and strong security.
Up to 4.5 Petabytes of effective data storage in an efficient a 4U storage enclosure drawer with networked-based replication across 3 sites to prevent a single point of failure.
Smart, self-optimizing containerized solution is easily managed, enabling organizations to overcome storage challenges as they grow.
High-density tiers of flash storage in an affordable package includes compression, new QLC flash-based technology and AI-powered predictive analytics.
Migrate data with fully integrated system management, application-aware data services and high-value features such as FIPS 140-3 Level 1 encryption, full hot-swap and powerful, efficient inline compression capabilities.
Migrate to and from supported cloud providers for hybrid cloud integration, or create multicloud solutions.
Safeguarded Copy protects our data from cyberattacks with immutable, isolated copies that cannot be altered or deleted, but can be quickly restored to support recovery.
Proprietary IBM FlashCore modules provide high-capacity storage for greater space and processing efficiency and stronger security.
Maximum bandwidth (reads): 100 GB per second
Response times (reads): <50 microseconds
Effective maximum capacity within single enclosure**: 4.5 PB3 (4U enclosure)
Processor/PCIe Gen: Intel Ice Lake, Gen 4 PCIe
Maximum front-end host ports: 48
FlashCore module capacities supported: 4.8, 9.6, 19.2 and 38.4 TB
Storage class memory drive capacities supported: 1.6 TB
Acquire enterprise-grade data services at an affordable price for entry-level workloads and use cases such as SAP, Oracle, server and desktop virtualization, production database, containers, and data center edge.