Useful information and links for the IBM Power System servers based on the Power10 processor
News Flash July 2022
- Scale-out S1022 & S1024 from IBM Redbooks
- Midrange E1050 from IBM Redbooks
- Top End E1080 from IBM Redbooks
- IBM Power Performance Report, POWER7 to Power10, 12 July 2022
- https://www.ibm.com/downloads/cas/K90RQOW8 (.pdf)
- Scale-out S1024 from IBM Announcements
- Scale-out S1022 from IBM Announcements
- Scale-out S1014 from IBM Announcements
- Scale-out S1022s from IBM Announcements
- Scale-out L1024 from IBM Announcements
- Scale-out L1022 from IBM Announcements
- Midrange E1050 from IBM Announcements
- Top End E1080 from IBM Announcements
- YouTube video: https://youtu.be/z7vAPROx8RQ
- 31 minutes long and briefly covering each subsection.
- Article: https://www.ibm.com/support/pages/power10-servers-infographics
Other Power10 videos from Nigel Griffiths:
Power10 Enterprise E1050 - up to 96 CPU cores and 16 TB memory
- Power10 Scale-out E1024 with many pictures externals and internal and parts removed
- Power10 Scale-out E1024 with live hand-held video
The IBM Power E1080, the most powerful and scalable server in the IBM Power portfolio, provides the following underlying hardware components:
- Up to 240 Power10 technology-based processor cores
- Up to 64 TB memory
- Up to 32 Peripheral Component Interconnect Express (PCIe) Gen5 slots in system nodes
- Up to 16 internal NVMe storage devices
- Up to 192 PCIe Gen3 slots with expansion drawers
- Up to over 4,000 directly attached serial-attached SCSI (SAS) disks or solid-state drives (SSDs) by using Remote I/O Drawers
- Up to 1,000 virtual machines (VMs) per system
- System control unit 2U, providing redundant system master Flexible Service Processor (FSP)
- Delivers in up to four 5U Drawers to scale your server as workloads grow - all in a standard 19 inch rack
The Power E1080 supports:
- IBM AIX, IBM i, and Linux environments
- Capacity on demand (CoD) processor and memory options
- IBM Power System Private Cloud Solution with Dynamic Capacity
- IBM Cloud Management Console
- IBM Cloud Power Systems Virtual Server (PowerVS)
One of the four possible Node Drawers per system.
Not shown is the System Control Unit.
|OMI Memory card offering higher memory speeds and complete memory encryption.||The Power10 processor including 18 billion devices (components).|
- www.ibm.com on Power10
- With the following extras:
- IDC Report
- Launch Event video
Explore the E1080 in augmented reality
The server reliability report
The security paper
Inside the Power10
- There are more Power10 servers expected in 2022 from IBM.
- This page is updated regularly.
- Email the author, if you have other good sources of official information.
If you find errors or missing Power servers or models, then email me:
- Subject: Power10 Information
- Email: email@example.com
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25 July 2022