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  • 1. IBM Power Systems Power your planet. Smarter systems for a Smarter Planet. Rafael Pineiro Sales Executive IBM Power Systems 1 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 2. IBM Power Systems Customers are moving to higher value …as shown by the largest shift of customer spending in UNIX History UNIX Server Rolling Four Quarter Average Revenue Share POWER6 Live Partition Mobility POWER5 Micro- Micro-Partitioning POWER4 Dynamic LPARs Source: IDC Quarterly Server Tracker Q309 release, November 2009 2 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 3. IBM Power Systems successful Power Migration Factory migrations to date. There were over 500 Power migrations during 2009, with more than 90% from Sun and HP customers (including x86 consolidation). In 4Q09 alone, Power achieved nearly 200 competitive migrations. 3 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 4. IBM Power Systems Power Systems – February 2010 New POWER7 in middle of the line Power 780  Power 750 Express  Power 755 for HPC Power 770  Power 770 modular  Power 780 modular high-end POWER6 continues  Power 520, Blades Power 750  Power 550  Power 560  Power 570  Power 575 Power 560  Power 595 Power 755 JS Blades IBM Systems Software 4 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 5. IBM Power Systems More SAP performance than any 8-socket server in the industry Comparable to a 128-core, 32-socket Sun M9000 Power 750 Express SAP SD 2-Tier Users on The IBM Power 750 Express. 24-core 32-core 32-core 48-core 48-core 128-core Opteron Sun T5440 Power 750 Opteron Opteron Sun M9000 4-sockets 8-sockets 32-sockets SAP Result planned for publish Feb 2010 5 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 6. IBM Power Systems Number of Sun SPARC Enterprise T2000’s that can be consolidated into a single IBM Power 750 4 socket system saving 95% of the cores for software licensing, 97% on floorspace, and 95% on energy. 6 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 7. IBM Power Systems savings on energy costs with 28% more performance at a fraction of the price using a single IBM Power 750 instead of a 64-core HP Integrity Superdome. Superdome or Super Power? Shown to actual scale HP Integrity Superdome 64c IBM Power 750 Express ✓  1.6GHz dual-core Itanium2 in a 30”x77.2”x48” frame  socket, 32 Core 4Ux19” wide 4  POWER7 Processors  Maximum energy requirement of 11,586 Watts  Maximum energy requirement of 1,950 Watts  SPECint_rate2006: 824  SPECint_rate2006: 1060 See Power 750 server compared to HP Integrity Superdome substantiation detail. Source: SPECiint_rate2006. For the latest SPEC benchmark results, visit http://www.spec.org . 7 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 8. IBM Power Systems Number of HP Integrity Superdome 64-core systems utilized at 30% that can be consolidated into a single IBM Power 780 modular high-end system utilized at 80% saving 87% of the cores for software licensing, reduces floorspace required from 80 square feet to just 7.6, and reduces energy costs by 92%. Super Power indeed. See Power 780 server compared to HP Integrity Superdome substantiation detail. Source: SPECiint_rate2006. For the latest SPEC benchmark results, visit http://www.spec.org . 8 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 9. IBM Power Systems up to Reduction in energy usage moving from POWER5 to POWER7. Savings extend to floor space, software license costs, and maintenance. Increase your performance and capacity. 2 POWER5 590 systems 4 POWER5 570 systems 64 cores @ 2.1 GHz 64 cores @ 1.9 GHz 30% utilization 30% utilization 1 • Power 770 24 cores @ 3.5 GHz 1 • Power 770 24 cores @ 3.5 GHz • 60% utilization • 60% utilization 30% effective capacity increase 50% effective capacity increase 90% reduction in energy usage 84% reduction in energy usage ~$600K maintenance savings over 3 years ~$250K maintenance savings over 3 years > $1M savings in software licensing > $1M savings in software licensing With room to spare to consolidate x86 workloads 9 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 10. IBM Power Systems Power your planet. + AIX - The Future of UNIX Total Integration with i Scalable Linux ready for x86 Consolidation Workload-Optimizing Systems Virtualization without Limits Dynamic Energy Optimization Drive over 90% utilization 70-90% energy cost reduction Dynamically scale per demand EnergyScale™ technologies Resiliency without Downtime Management with Automation Roadmap to continuous VMControl to manage availability virtualization High availability systems & Automation to reduce task time scaling Smarter Systems for a Smarter Planet. 10 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 11. IBM Power Systems Analysts Quotations IBM’s POWER7 announcement demonstrated the confidence of a vendor in firm control and thinking far ahead of its peers, and with good reason. Less than a decade ago, IBM trailed both Sun and HP in UNIX system sales. Today, it leads both those rivals with some 40% of the $16 billion UNIX market. As Itanium and SPARC development hit potholes, snapped axels and headed into the ditch, IBM’s Power efforts stayed remarkably on track and true to the company’s long term roadmap. POWER7’s significant performance improvements mean that it is unlikely that any competing platforms or systems will pressure, let alone alter, IBM’s current UNIX performance leadership position where the company’s Power6/6+ systems own over a hundred #1 industry benchmarks. Charles King, Pund-IT 11 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 12. IBM Power Systems Analysts Quotations IBM’s POWER7 announcement demonstrated the confidence of a vendor in firm control and thinking far ahead of its peers, and with good reason. Less than a decade ago, IBM trailed both Sun and HP in UNIX system sales. Today, it leads both those rivals with some 40% of the $16 billion UNIX market. As Itanium and SPARC development hit potholes, snapped axels and headed into the ditch, IBM’s Power efforts stayed remarkably on track and true to the company’s long term roadmap. POWER7’s significant performance improvements mean that it is unlikely that any competing platforms or systems will pressure, let alone alter, IBM’s current UNIX performance leadership position where the company’s Power6/6+ systems own over a hundred #1 industry benchmarks. Charles King, Pund-IT 12 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 13. IBM Power Systems Analysts Quotations This week both IBM and Intel rolled out advanced processors for the heaviest server workloads. IBM introduced Power 7, the next revision of its RISC architecture, while Intel brought out the “Tukwila” generation of its Itanium line, now named the Itanium 9300. Gear heads have measured them against each other and found in favor of IBM. Power 7 has a total of 32 threads, derived from eight cores that process four threads each. Roger L. Kay President, Endpoint Technologies Associates 13 © 2010 IBM Corporation
  • 14. IBM Power Systems Analysts Quotations As a demonstration of commitment, Intel indicated this week that it will jump from the 65nm process, on which Tukwila is based, to 32nm, the leading edge, for its next generation Itanium, skipping the intermediate 45nm node (and tacitly recognizing that Itanium development has fallen behind). Meanwhile, Tukwila is a year late and barely provides a sparing partner for Power 7. Roger Kay Endpoint 14 © 2010 IBM Corporation