Power S924 server

What the Power System S924 can do for your business

IBM Power Systems S924 is the ideal building block for hybrid multicloud environments. It can run 3.2X more containers per core versus x86 systems with 2.6X better TCO for Red Hat OpenShift. The enhanced POWER9 scale-out servers have 2X improved I/O data throughput over previous generations and 180% more NVMe capacity. Utility consumption and multi-system resource sharing can lower TCA by up to 58%.

Benefits

Gain insights faster

Take advantage of 4TB in-memory database capabilities for HANA, DB2 and Oracle and smart acceleration enabled by Coherent Accelerator Processor Interface (CAPI) technologies.

Get superior price/performance

Optimize mission-critical applications with room to scale in AIX, IBM i and Linux. Innovations in the memory subsystem and Industry Standard Memory DIMMs help maximize price/performance.

Connect to cognitive capabilities

Extend IBM i and AIX to connect to the cognitive capabilities of the IBM Cloud using secure API's.

Deploy, optimize, recover workloads fast

A virtualization-oriented performance monitor and performance statistics help you understand workload characteristics and prepare for capacity planning.

Migrate quickly and simply

Live partition mobility capabilities and a temporary IBM PowerVM® license for your existing server help make it easy to migrate from previous Power Systems to POWER9.

Stay available and secure

Increase availability with integrated workload mobility, rapid capacity expansion and disaster recovery capabilities. Stay online 24/7 with RAS and high availability features.

IBM Power System S924 key features

  • Powerful 1- or 2-socket server with up to 24 active cores
  • Full PCIe Gen4 architecture
  • 180% more enterprise NVMe capacity
  • PowerVM hypervisor built-in at no additional cost
  • Utility consumption and multi-system resource sharing
  • Up to 4TB of memory
  • Memory subsystem RAS
  • Processor availability functions
  • Partition availability priority
  • Cache availability
  • Live Partition Mobility
  • Service processor