IBM x3455


$2,500.00 Released February, 2009

Product Shot 1The IBM x3455 is an AMD Opteron-based double-socket commercial application server built for the superior computing performance needed to manage the growth & risk of dynamic HPC workloads. Outfitted with AMD Direct Connect Architecture, the IBM x3455 supports Quad-Core AMD Opteron models 2352, 2356, and 2360 SE, power-efficient DDRII memory up to 48GB, and internal storage up to 1.5TB.

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In addition, the IBM x3455 comes chockfull of features such as an integrated memory controller that helps reduce traditional x86 front-side bus bottlenecks, Xcelerated Memory Technology for faster access to memory, built-in expansion flexibility for high-bandwidth cluster networking with IBM eXtended I/O technology, and server-partitioning virtualization software for server consolidation. The IBM x3450 retails from anywhere between $1000 to $8000 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: Quad-Core AMD Opteron Model 2352, 2356, 2360 SE 
  • Number of processors (std/max): 1/2   
  • Memory:  2x 1 GB /48 GB PC5300 ECC DDR II SDRAM IBM Chipkill™ 667 MHz via 12 DIMM slots
  • Expansion slots:   PCI-Express (1) x16 standard; optional (1) x8 or (1) HTx 
  • Disk bays (total): 2
  • Maximum internal storage:  1.5 TB SATA II or 600 GB SAS (3.0 Gbps)
  • Network interface: Integrated dual Gigabit Ethernet   
  • Power supply (std/max): 650W capacity    
  • Raid Support: Optional RAID-0, -1 for internal drives using the IBM HBA Controller
  • Remote Systems Management: Integrated BMC features Serial over LAN (IPMI 2.0-compliant), IBM Director, Cluster Systems Management
  • Operating systems supported: Microsoft® Windows Server® 2008, Red Hat Linux®, SUSE Linux
  • Limited warranty: 1-year customer replaceable unit and onsite limited warranty

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