Get enterprise-class capabilities in a reliable, secure, space-efficient 4U rack. Enhanced security with transparent memory encryption and production-ready AI at the point of data enable faster insights.
Employ memory encryption at processor level for security across hybrid cloud without impacting app performance.
Ease scaling and pay-for-use consistency across private and public clouds with flexible consumption options.
Leverage redundancy and disaster recovery in IBM Cloud® using recovery and self-healing.
Reduce complexity and cost by running AI inferencing directly in core where data lives.
IBM Power10 servers are designed to support business agility.
This new layer of defense keeps all data in memory encrypted between memory and processor.
Power10 DIMMs deliver 2X better memory reliability and availability than industry-standard DIMMs.¹
This processor provides greater processor energy efficiency, workload capacity, and container density versus the IBM POWER9® processor.
Demanding AI inferencing and machine learning are now more manageable.
SAP HANA on IBM Power
Simplify and accelerate SAP HANA deployments with IBM Power.
Oracle Database on IBM Power
Lower software licensing costs by consolidating Oracle workloads on fewer servers and cores.
Run industry-leading healthcare applications like EPIC with reliability and security.
Optimize IT costs and dynamically scale capacity on demand as your business needs change.
Maintain business continuity with advanced failure detection, failover and recovery capabilities.
A 1-socket, 4U server for business-critical workloads on AIX, IBM i or Linux.
A 2-socket, 2U server for business-critical workloads on AIX, IBM i or Linux.
IBM Power E1080 is designed to securely and efficiently scale core operational workloads and AI apps across hybrid cloud.
Read the comprehensive E1050 IBM Redbook, which includes the latest changes, technologies and major features.
Open source, cloud solutions, containers, and automation drive digital transformation, allowing organizations to serve their customers with agility. However, many organizations are still working with legacy infrastructure and monolithic applications that limit their ability to grow and compete.
IDC identified 12 key requirements for modern enterprise-class computing, which can be seen as the fundamental tenets of modernization as part of digital transformation.
Download the survey results to discover where your vendor stood in relation to global brands.
Download the survey see how your infrastructure measures up against the industry’s most secure platforms.
Explore our flexible support options that maximize system uptime and reduce costs.