Lenovo-IBM Deal Includes M5 Servers for Mission-Critical Apps

1 - Lenovo-IBM Deal Includes M5 Servers for Mission-Critical Apps
2 - New M5 x86 Servers
3 - System x3650 M5 Optimized for Big Data, Analytics, Cloud
4 - System x3550 M5: Flexibility for Range of Workloads
5 - Flex System x240 M5
6 - NeXtScale nx360 M5
7 - NeXtScale System With Water Cool Technology
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Lenovo-IBM Deal Includes M5 Servers for Mission-Critical Apps

by Darryl K. Taft

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New M5 x86 Servers

IBM's new M5 servers combine high performance with built-in security, efficiency and reliability, and support a wide range of enterprise workloads and computing environments. The portfolio includes highly configurable models of rack and tower servers.

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System x3650 M5 Optimized for Big Data, Analytics, Cloud

The new IBM System x3650 M5 is a powerful, versatile 2U, two-socket rack server that can be optimized for big data, analytics and cloud.

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System x3550 M5: Flexibility for Range of Workloads

The IBM System x3550 M5 is a flexible 1U, two-socket rack server designed for a wide range of workloads across diverse industries.

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Flex System x240 M5

The IBM Flex System x240 M5 is optimized for performance, mainstream virtualization and enterprise applications.

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NeXtScale nx360 M5

The IBM NeXtScale nx360 M5 is a half-wide, 1U compute server optimized for density, flexibility and performance.

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NeXtScale System With Water Cool Technology

The new NeXtScale System with Water Cool Technology is a direct water-cooled server optimized for energy-efficient performance at low cost.

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