Thursday, November 29, 2012

Product Review: IBM System x3650 M4 Rack Server

Recently, there have been new generational releases for many product lines including brands we carry such as Dell, HP and IBM. Because we know there’s no way you have the time to research all of the new products that have been released, we’re going to bring the product reviews to you. To kick us off, we’re going to take a look at the new IBM System x3650 M4 rack server.

The key new features that the IBM M4 generation offers include:
  • The Intel Xeon E5 processor family
  • Low voltage memory
  • IBM’s Integrated Management Module 2
  • Virtual fabric support
  • 80 PLUS platinum certified power supplies
  • Increased memory and disk capacity
Due to the new technologies and enhancements, some of the features and benefits that IBM x3650 M4 servers specifically offer include energy-smart performance, easy expandability, improved RAID capabilities, extensive I/O bandwidth, increased system and application uptime, reduced operational expenses and improved productivity.

The real reason to buy x3650 M4 servers lies in their affordability and ability to easily grow their capacity and performance alongside the needs of your organization. As a result, we see the IBM x3640 M4 as a good fit for growing SMB’s running or heading towards the path of high performance computing, cloud deployments and mission-critical applications.

-KH

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  3. This sounds like a really good server. I like that it has more memory and disc capacity. Energy smart performance is another good thing to have. I noticed a recent trend with modern computer racks and servers where companies seem to be striving to go green and be as efficient as possible while using the least amount of energy. It's a good direction for them to go in.

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