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    • PRS1968 Last Updated 05 May 2009 – THIS COVER LETTER WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN BP VERSION How to Use This Quick Proposal (QPP) THIS QPP CONTAINS INFORMATION YOU CAN USE AS A STARTING POINT FOR YOUR CLIENT PROPOSAL. BRACKETS are used to identify instructions or text that needs to be customized. Use the FIND function to locate each LEFT BRACKET “{“ for instructions or text that may need to be customized. MAKE A GLOBAL CHANGE OF **CUSTOMER** TO YOUR CLIENT’S NAME. CHANGE THE EXISTING CONTENT TO ALIGN TO THE NEEDS OF YOUR CLIENT/DEAL. SECTION HEADINGS IN BLUE ARE PRESET TO HELP YOU ORGANIZE YOUR DOCUMENT. IF YOU ADD NEW CONTENT FROM OTHER SOURCES, MAKE SURE YOU ASSIGN STYLES TO NEW HEADINGS AND TEXT (to prevent corrupting the styles in the QPP, choose Edit/Paste Special/Unformatted Text when you paste in the new content) TO FORMAT NEW TEXT, assign a style:  Go to Format > Styles and Formatting.  A ‘navigator pane” will appear on the right of your document.  Highlight the text you want to style.  Select a style from the task pane menu on the right of your document. – The main heading styles are: Heading 1, Heading 2, Heading 3, Heading 4 – The main text styles are: Body Text, List Bullet 1, List Bullet 2 Update the Header in the blue bar at top to reflect the project or RFP title.  Go to View > Header and Footer.  To update text in the Header or Footer, select the text to be replaced and replace it. Update page numbers and sections in the Table of Contents (TOC) when proposal is complete:  Select the Table of Contents > right-click > Update Field > Update entire table.  This will update the section headings and page numbers. If you want to change the heading levels appearing in the TOC, choose:  Insert/Reference/Index and Table  Choose Table of Contents. You can change heading level to appear in TOC by changing the Show Levels box on this screen IMPORTANT REMINDER: Delete ALL introductory pages, instructions, unused charts, and sections that are not required for your proposal. Always retain the Executive summary for all proposals you create. When editing, turn on Show All to reveal section breaks to prevent inadvertently deleting them. To install the Show All on/off button:  Choose Tools/Customize/View (under Category)/Show All (under Commands). Review the entire document to be sure you haven’t inadvertently left in extraneous information. Double-check the Table of Contents to make sure that page numbers, section headings and subheadings are accurate, and run spell check.
    • PRS1968 Last Updated 05 May 2009 – THIS COVER LETTER WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN BP VERSION Street Address 1 Street Address 2 City, State Zip [DATE] Mr. Client Contact Client Name Street City, State/Province Zip/Postal Code Dear Mr. Client: Thank you for taking the time to discuss our new IBM® Power System Express Offerings. This proposal reflects our objective to assist **CUSTOMER** in achieving its goals by leveraging our proven 6th generation IBM POWER™ technology. We constructed this solution’s phased implementation to address **CUSTOMER**’s immediate needs and help minimize impact to your normal operations. The IBM Power System 550 Express Offering can help you realize positive financial impact over the next three years and affect your business in positive ways, such as helping to:  Respond rapidly to changing business requirements and exploit new opportunities  Reduce the total cost of acquisition and operations  Use IT resources and assets more efficiently  Base your business on a solid platform that helps assure high availability This proposal demonstrates our long-term commitment to a successful relationship with you in achieving your business objectives. **COMPANY** is ready to help minimize your risk and maximize your capabilities today. Thank you for considering the attached proposal to meet your requirements. I look forward to discussing the elements of this proposal with you in detail. Please feel free to contact me for any additional information. Sincerely, Client Rep Title email: telephone:
    • PRS1968 Last Updated 05 May 2009 – THIS COVER LETTER WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN BP VERSION Client Name IBM Power 550 Expr ess ser ver Pr oposal Contact Name Address Telephone Email address Date of proposal Client Logo Need Client's Permission
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal Table of Contents Executive Summary......................................................................................................................1 Our Understanding of Your Goals.............................................................................................1 Our Approach to Meeting Your Goals.......................................................................................1 Why IBM?..................................................................................................................................1 IBM Power 550 Express server....................................................................................................3 Highlights................................................................................................................................... 3 Features and Benefits...............................................................................................................4 Leadership POWER6 performance....................................................................................5 Outstanding scalability and capacity...................................................................................5 Application availability.........................................................................................................5 Flexibility and choice of operating environments................................................................5 Improved utilization and energy efficiency..........................................................................6 Integration and simplicity....................................................................................................6 Specifications............................................................................................................................6 Pricing Summary...........................................................................................................................9 Terms and Conditions...............................................................................................................9 © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is i subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal Executive Summary :Business Partner: Be sure to include content on your added value in the Executive Summary and/or in a later section. Our Understanding of Your Goals For success in today’s demanding marketplace, a business needs to manage growth, complexity and risk while maximizing the return on their IT investments. These demands require highly efficient systems that can scale and grow with your business. Mid-market clients can be more responsive to changing business needs and realize significant benefits for application and mid-size database servers by leveraging the performance of IBM POWER6™ processors. With the Power™ 550 Express™ server, companies can save on energy costs while managing growth, complexity and risk utilizing innovative virtualization capabilities offered by PowerVM™ Editions and the energy management capabilities of IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager™ software. For a scalable, complete integrated business system, the Power 550 Express allows the mid-sized company seeking simplicity to avoid increased spending and staffing requirements while becoming more responsive to their customers, improving their productivity and keeping their data secure. The Power 550 Express—i Edition integrates features to simplify an IT environment and delivers a complete, cost- effective business system that grows with your business. Our Approach to Meeting Your Goals The Power 550 Express is a 2-, 4-, 6- or 8-core entry server utilizing 3.5, 4.2 or 5.0 GHz processors and includes tremendous configuration flexibility to meet most capacity and growth requirements. The Power 550 Express offers AIX®, IBM i, or Linux® operating systems in either a deskside or 4U rack-mount form factor. The platform is designed to deliver outstanding business value to medium-sized businesses with the leadership performance of POWER6 processors, choice of operating systems, proven virtualization capabilities of PowerVM, and support for innovative energy management technologies to help conserve energy and reduce costs. Whether you need a scalable complete business system with integrated database and application server, a reliable and efficient server consolidation platform or a high performing system for application or database serving, the Power 550 Express server can fulfill your business requirements now by choosing the AIX, IBM i, or Linux operating systems. Why IBM? Designed for Performance: The IBM Power 550 Express server features POWER6 processor technology, the fastest chip on the planet. In addition, the Power 550 Express offers tremendous configuration flexibility to meet most capacity and growth © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 1 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal requirements in a choice of 19-inch rack-mount or deskside package. Add IBM Power Systems Software™ like optional PowerVM Editions, and you have the opportunity to consolidate UNIX® and Linux applications and reduce costs. Go Green by Becoming More Energy Efficient: You can have fewer systems with more performance per watt and better system utilization through virtualization on POWER6 processor-based servers. IBM also provides the capability to manage the energy used by a single server with new IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager software, which when used with the EnergyScale™ technology exclusive to the POWER6 processor-based Power 550 Express, enables the monitoring and management of the power and thermals of a server, helping you to become more energy efficient. Manage Growth and Complexity: The Power 550 Express platform is designed to manage growth, complexity and risk by giving clients the flexibility to run the AIX, IBM i, and Linux operating systems. The AIX OS, IBM’s industrial-strength UNIX environment, is built on a tradition of reliability, availability, security and open standards and is tuned for business-critical applications. The newest release, AIX Version 6.1, delivers new security, availability and manageability capabilities. IBM offers a binary compatibility guarantee for AIX 6 to assure clients that applications created on previous versions of AIX will continue to run on AIX 6. The IBM i operating system is highly scalable, virus resistant and integrates a trusted combination of relational database, security, Web services, networking and storage management capabilities. The pre-integration and testing of the IBM i operating system is a key factor in enabling companies to deploy applications faster and maintain them with fewer staff. The Linux operating system is known for its extensive set of open source applications, the capability to rapidly deploy new or customized solutions, and the ability to run on many different platforms from different hardware vendors. More Application Availability; Less Work on Weekends: Is your data center staff spending too many weekends at work? You can reduce planned downtime with the Live Partition Mobility and Live Application Mobility PowerVM technologies. Move workloads from server to server to give your personnel the ability to do routine maintenance during the week. You can also use this capability to balance workloads across systems or to save energy by consolidating servers during periods of low demand and powering down idle servers. In today's 24/7/365 globalized world, you need continuous application availability. IBM virtualization and other technologies help enable just that. © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 2 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal IBM Power 550 Express server Ideal solution as an application, mid-sized database or Linux consolidation server Power 550 Express deskside and rack-mount servers Highlights  For UNIX®, IBM i (formerly known as i5/OS®) and Linux® ERP/CRM application servers  For mid-size database servers  For consolidation of UNIX, IBM i, and x86 Linux workloads  For medium to large-sized businesses running the IBM i operating system The IBM Power™ 550 Express™ delivers the outstanding performance of the POWER6™ processor—the world’s fastest chip. The performance and virtualization capabilities of the Power 550 Express make it an ideal system as a mid-size database or application server. The Power 550 delivers the performance to run applications faster and more efficiently, which can result in business advantages. For mid-size database servers, the Power 550 Express provides outstanding performance, capacity and near-continuous application availability. Mid-sized companies can access data faster, keep their applications running around the clock, and focus attention on growing their business. © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 3 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal The Power 550 Express supports an extensive portfolio of proven solutions by supporting multiple operating systems: AIX®, IBM i, Linux for Power and x86 Linux applications. This flexibility in operating environments lets you deploy the applications your business demands. As a consolidation server, the Power 550 Express provides the flexibility to use leading-edge AIX, IBM i, Linux for Power and x86 Linux applications all on the same system. PowerVM™ Editions offers comprehensive virtualization technologies designed to aggregate and manage resources while helping to simplify and optimize your IT infrastructure and reduce server sprawl. For a scalable, complete integrated business system, the Power 550 Express allows the mid-sized company seeking simplicity to avoid increased spending and staffing requirements while becoming more responsive to their customers, improving their productivity and keeping their data secure. The Power 550 Express is a 2-, 4-, 6- or 8-core entry server utilizing 3.5, 4.2 or 5.0 GHz processors and includes tremendous configuration flexibility to meet most capacity and growth requirements. The Power 550 Express offers a choice of operating environments in either a deskside or 4U rack-mount form factor. The platform is designed to deliver outstanding business value to medium-sized businesses with the leadership performance of POWER6 processors, choice of operating systems, proven virtualization capabilities of PowerVM, and support for innovative energy management technologies to help conserve energy and reduce costs. Whether you need a scalable complete business system with integrated database and application server, reliable and efficient server consolidation platform or a high performing system for application or database serving, the Power 550 Express server can fulfill your requirements with the AIX, IBM i or Linux operating systems. Features and Benefits Feature Benefits Leadership POWER6 performance  Access data faster and improve response time  Do more work with fewer servers and experience infrastructure cost savings from a reduction in the number of servers and software licenses Outstanding scalability and capacity  Easily grow the system as your business grows  Consolidate UNIX and Linux workloads utilizing PowerVM Editions Application availability  Broad portfolio of proven solutions with support for AIX, IBM i, Linux for Power and x86 Linux operating systems  Keep applications up and running and focus on growing your business Flexibility and choice of AIX, IBM i, and Linux  Choose the operating system that best operating systems suits your application and business needs  Easily grow the system as your business © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 4 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal Feature Benefits grows Improved utilization and energy efficiency  Better utilize IT assets while avoiding the through PowerVM and EnergyScale™ costs of deploying a new server every technologies time the business needs another application  Go green and save with innovative energy management capabilities Integration and simplicity  Deploy applications faster and maintain systems more efficiently with fewer staff  Integrated business platform that allows all the applications to access the data they need to improve productivity Leadership POWER6 performance The leadership performance of the POWER6 processor—the world’s fastest chip— makes it possible for applications to run faster and be more responsive, which can result in business advantages and higher client satisfaction. In addition, a single system can now run more applications and can reduce the number of required servers reducing infrastructure costs. The improved performance with POWER6 also enables clients to get more processing power with fewer processors resulting in lower per core software licensing costs. Outstanding scalability and capacity The IBM Power 550 Express offers tremendous configuration flexibility to meet most capacity and growth requirements. Supporting up to four POWER6 processor cards with each card having up to 64 GB of memory results in a maximum configuration of eight processor cores and 256 GB of memory. Combining the capacity capabilities of the Power 550 Express with PowerVM technology may help simplify and optimize your IT infrastructure, reduce server sprawl and improve energy efficiency. Application availability The Power 550 Express is designed with capabilities to deliver near-continuous application availability and allow more work to be processed with less operational disruption. RAS capabilities include recovery from intermittent errors or failover to redundant components, detection and reporting of failures and impending failures, and self-healing hardware that automatically initiates actions to effect error correction, repair or component replacement. In addition, the Processor Instruction Retry feature provides for the continuous monitoring of processor status with the capability to restart a processor if certain errors are detected. If required, workloads can be redirected to alternate processors, all without disruption to application execution. Flexibility and choice of operating environments The flexibility to use leading-edge AIX, i, Linux for Power and x86 Linux applications in a rack-mount or deskside form factor broadens the application offerings available and increases the ways clients can manage growth, complexity and risk. Leverage © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 5 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal these easy-to-manage, easy-to-secure, and highly reliable operating systems to run thousands of proven industry solutions that are sure to fit the needs of almost any business. Improved utilization and energy efficiency As the price of energy increases and resources are limited, energy efficiency through better utilization has become more important. The leadership performance of the IBM Power 550 Express translates into greater computing power for applications. Combine this leadership performance with PowerVM Editions to virtualize your infrastructure and improve server utilization and energy efficiency. Supported by the AIX, IBM i and Linux for Power operating systems, PowerVM Editions provide an innovative set of comprehensive systems technologies and services designed to enable you to easily aggregate and manage virtualized resources. Micro-partitions enable the Power 550 Express to be split into a flexible and highly utilized system. IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager™ exploits POWER6 processor-based EnergyScale technology which monitors power/thermal utilization and conserves power by enabling power management features for improved system utilization and energy efficiency. Integration and simplicity The Power 550 Express is designed to simplify your IT environment. The Power 550 Express can help you reduce the number of servers, reduce management costs and reduce maintenance and licensing costs, opening the door for reinvestment into business growth. Specifications Configuration options Processor cores Two, four, six or eight 64-bit 3.5 GHz, 4.2 GHz or 5.0 GHz POWER6 with AltiVec™ SIMD and Hardware Decimal Floating-Point acceleration Level 2 (L2) cache 8 MB per processor card Level 3 (L3) cache 32 MB per processor card RAM (memory) 3.5 GHz: 4 GB to 128 GB of DDR2 SDRAM 4.2/5.0 GHz: 4 GB to 256 GB of DDR2 SDRAM Internal drive options Six 3.5" SAS (146.8 GB, 300 GB, 450 GB 15K rpm) or Eight 2.5" SAS (73.4 GB 15K rpm; 146.8 GB 10k rpm) or Eight Solid State Drives (69 GB) Internal disk storage Up to 2.7 TB Media bays One slimline and one half-high Adapter slots Two PCI-X (266 MHz DDR); Three PCI Express 8x © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 6 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal Standard I/O adapters Integrated Virtual Ethernet  Two Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps ports, or  Four Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps ports, (option) or  Two 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports (option) Integrated disk 3G SAS controller (internal; RAID optional) Other Ports Three USB, two HMC, two system ports, two SPCN Expansion features (optional) High-performance PCI adapters 4 Gigabit Fibre Channel; 10 Gigabit Ethernet GX adapters RIO-2, 12x GX1 GX slots Two (each shares space with and replaces one PCI Express 8x slot) PowerVM technologies POWER Hypervisor™ LPAR, Dynamic LPAR, Virtual LAN (Memory to memory inter-partition communication) PowerVM Express Edition (optional) Up to three partitions on the server; PowerVM Lx86; virtualized disk and optical devices (VIOS); Shared Processor Pool; and Integrated Virtualization Manager (IVM) PowerVM Standard Edition (optional) PowerVM Express Edition plus Micro- Partitioning™ with up to 10 micro-partitions per processor; Multiple Shared Processor Pools; Shared Dedicated Capacity PowerVM Enterprise Edition2 (optional) PowerVM Standard Edition plus Live Partition Mobility (LPM) and Active Memory™ Sharing (AMS) RAS features IBM Chipkill™ ECC, bit-steering memory and cache Processor Instruction Retry Alternate Processor Recovery Service processor with fault monitoring Hot-plug disk bays Hot-plug PCI slots Hot-plug and redundant power supplies and cooling fans Dynamic Processor Deallocation Extended error handling on PCI-X slots Operating systems AIX V5.3 or later IBM i 5.4 or later SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 10 SP1 for POWER™ (SLES10 SP1) or later; Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4.5 for POWER (RHEL4.5) or later; RHEL 5.1 or later High availability IBM PowerHA™ family Power requirements 100v to 127v or 200v to 240v AC, -48v DC System dimensions Deskside: 21.3"H x 7.2-11.1"W x 30.6"D (540 mm x 183-283 mm x 778 mm); weight: 120.0 © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 7 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal lb (54.4 kg)3 Rack drawer: 6.9"H (4U) x 17.3"W x 28.7"D (175 mm x 440 mm x 730 mm); weight: 120.0 lb (54.4 kg)3 Warranty (limited) 9 hours per day, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), next-business-day for one year at no additional cost; on-site for selected components; CRU (customer replaceable unit) for all other units (varies by country). Warranty service upgrades and maintenance are available. 1 Available configuration options are dependent on the number of processor cores and other factors. Contact IBM or your IBM Business Partner for specific configuration restrictions. 2 Not supported on IBM i 5.4, 6.1. 3 Weight will vary when disks, adapters and peripherals are added. For more information To learn more about the IBM Power 550 Express server, please contact your IBM marketing representative or IBM Business Partner, or visit the following Web sites: http://ibm.com/systems/power/ http://ibm.com/systems/i/os/i5os/ http://ibm.com/aix http://ibm.com/linux/power http://ibm.com/systems/p/solutions http://ibm.com/common/ssi © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 8 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal Pricing Summary Customize this table to summarize your pricing information. Component Description Price TOTAL Terms and Conditions Insert any terms and conditions here. © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 9 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal Disclosure Statement THESE DISCLAIMERS WILL NOT BE INCLUDED IN BP QP VERSION.. The information in this proposal shall not be disclosed outside the **CUSTOMER** organization and shall not be duplicated, used, or disclosed in whole or in part for any purpose other than to evaluate the proposal, provided that if a contract is awarded to IBM as a result of or in connection with the submission of this proposal, **CUSTOMER** shall have the right to duplicate, use, or disclose the information to the extent provided in the contract. This restriction does not limit the right of **CUSTOMER** to use information contained in the proposal if it is obtained from another source without restriction. This proposal is not an offer or contract. Neither IBM nor you have any obligations or liability to the other unless our authorized representatives enter into definitive written agreement. Terms included in this proposal are not binding unless they are included in such a written agreement. This proposal is valid for 30 days unless otherwise noted. Prices and charges in this proposal are subject to change without notice and do not include applicable sales taxes. The prices quoted here reflect IBM's current prices as of the date of quote, for the applicable model/configuration. IBM products are subject to withdrawal from marketing and or service upon notice, and changes to product configurations, or follow-on products, may result in price changes. This document and all information herein is provided AS IS, without warranty, and nothing herein, in whole or in part, shall be deemed to constitute a warranty. IBM Machines are subject to the Statements of Limited Warranty accompanying the applicable Machine. IBM Program Products are provided subject to their applicable license terms. © Copyright IBM Corporation 2009 IBM Corporation Integrated Marketing Communications Systems and Technology Group Route 100 Somers, NY 10589 Produced in the United States April 2009 All Rights Reserved This document was developed for products and/or services offered in the United States. IBM may not offer the products, features, or services discussed in this document in other countries. The information may be subject to change without notice. Consult your local IBM business contact for information on the products, features and services available in your area. All statements regarding IBM future directions and intent are subject to change or withdrawal without notice and represent goals and objectives only. These are identified by SOD. IBM hardware products are manufactured from new parts, or new and used parts. In some cases, the hardware product may not be new and may have been previously installed. Regardless, our warranty terms apply. Photographs show engineering and design models. Changes may be incorporated in production models. Copying or downloading the images contained in this document is expressly prohibited without the written consent of IBM. © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 10 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.
    • IBM Power 550 server Proposal This equipment is subject to FCC rules. It will comply with the appropriate FCC rules before final delivery to the buyer. Information concerning non-IBM products was obtained from the suppliers of these products or other public sources. Questions on the capabilities of the non-IBM products should be addressed with the suppliers. All performance information was determined in a controlled environment. Actual results may vary. Performance information is provided “AS IS” and no warranties or guarantees are expressed or implied by IBM. Buyers should consult other sources of information, including system benchmarks, to evaluate the performance of a system they are considering buying. When referring to storage capacity, total TB equals total GB divided by 1000; accessible capacity may be less. Trademarks IBM, the IBM logo, AIX, Chipkill, EnergyScale, Express, i5/OS, IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager, Micro-Partitioning, Power, POWER, POWER6, POWER Hypervisor, Power Systems Software, PowerHA and PowerVM are trademarks or registered trademarks of International Business Machines Corporation in the United States, other countries or both. A full list of U.S. trademarks owned by IBM may be found at: http://ibm.com/legal/copytrade.shtml The Power Architecture and Power.org wordmarks and the Power and Power.org logos and related marks are trademarks and service marks licensed by Power.org. UNIX is a registered trademark of The Open Group in the United States, other countries or both. Linux is a trademark of Linus Torvalds in the United States, other countries or both. AltiVec is a trademark of Freescale Semiconductor, Inc. Other company, product and service names may be trademarks or service marks of others. The IBM home page can be found at: http://www.ibm.com. © Copyright IBM Corporation, 2009. Use or disclosure of data contained on this page is 11 subject to the restriction in the disclosure statement of this document.