IBM x3350


$1,500.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1The IBM x3350 is an Intel Xeon-based single-socket commercial application server designed to deliver the power-optimized performance needed for non-virtualized application workloads. Available in a rack form factor, the  IBM x3350 offers a choice of either a dual-core or quad-core Intel Xeon processor, a maximum memory of 8GB via 4 DIMM slots, and internal storage up to 2.0TB via 4 SATA drives, or 600GB via 4 SAS drives.

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In addition, the IBM x3350 comes chockfull of features such as a hot-swap & redundant power supply, an integrated base management controller with easy upgrade options, integrated RAID support for enhanced data protection, and optimized power management with integrated tools such as IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager. The IBM x3350 retails from anywhere between $1500 to $3000 depending on the specifics (e.g. RAM, Drives, etc) chosen, and comes with a 1-3 year limited warranty.

Features

  • Form factor/height: Rack/1U   
  • Processor: Intel® Xeon® (dual-core) (up to 3.16 GHz/6 MB/1333 MHz) or Intel® Xeon® (quad-core) (up to 3.0 GHz/12 MB/1333 MHz)  
  • Number of processors (std/max): 1/1   
  • Memory: 1 GB, 2 GB, or 8 GB PC2-6400 DDR II 800 MHz via 4 DIMM slots   Expansion slots:  2 PCI-Express x8    
  • Disk bays (total/hot-swap): Up to four 2.5" simple swap or hot-swap SATA or SAS HDDs
  • Maximum internal storage: Up to 2.0 TB SATA or 600 GB SAS  Network interface: Dual Gigabit Ethernet    
  • Power supply (std/max): 450 W 1/2    
  • Hot-swap components: Power supply, fans, hard disk drives
  • RAID support: Integrated hardware RAID-0, -1 standard; RAID-5 optional   
  • Operating systems supported:  Microsoft® Windows Server® 2003 and 2008, Windows® Small Business Server 2003, Red Hat Linux®, SUSE Linux, Novell NetWare 6.5
  • Limited warranty:  1- or 3-year customer replaceable unit, onsite limited warranty

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