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1 Introducing IBM eServer® i5 & i5/OS Announcement Overview and Trends & Directions for the iSeries St. Louis, MO Sept 9 th , 2004 Denny Insell iSeries SR Consulting Specialist (ATS Rochester, MN) 1-877-652-0316 (Toll Free) [email protected] PAGE 2 © 2004 IBM Corporation Exploit i5/OS integration with IBM software Personalize application access with WebSphere ® Portal Foster interaction and collaboration with Lotus ® Workplace Integrate to Innovate The next generation of iSeries servers First POWER5™ processor-based servers in industry IBM eServer i5 Extend Capacity on Demand leadership with Memory & Reserve CoD Strive for continuous operations with fault tolerant technologies Deliver robust, open database solutions with IBM DB2 ® UDB Deliver Without Disruption Run i5/OS, Linux, AIX 5L and Windows ® Server in a single server Share resources, maximize utilization with IBM Virtualization Engine Manage infrastructure with IBM Director Multiplatform Simplify Your Infrastructure The next generation of OS/400 ® Builds on and extends the capabilities of OS/400 V5R2 IBM i5/OS V5R3 IBM eServer i5 and i5/OS V5R3 - Highlights

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Page 1: Introducing IBM eServer i5 & i5/OS - Gateway/400

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Introducing IBM eServer® i5 & i5/OS™

Announcement Overviewand Trends & Directions for the iSeries

St. Louis, MOSept 9th, 2004Denny Insell

iSeries SR Consulting Specialist (ATS Rochester, MN)1-877-652-0316 (Toll Free)

[email protected]

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Exploit i5/OS integration with IBM softwarePersonalize application access with WebSphere® PortalFoster interaction and collaboration with Lotus® Workplace

Integrate to

Innovate

The next generation of iSeries™ serversFirst POWER5™ processor-based servers in industry

IBM eServer i5

Extend Capacity on Demand leadership with Memory & Reserve CoD Strive for continuous operations with fault tolerant technologiesDeliver robust, open database solutions with IBM DB2® UDB

Deliver Without

Disruption

Run i5/OS, Linux, AIX 5L™ and Windows® Server in a single serverShare resources, maximize utilization with IBM Virtualization Engine™

Manage infrastructure with IBM Director Multiplatform

Simplify Your

Infrastructure

The next generation of OS/400®

Builds on and extends the capabilities of OS/400 V5R2IBM i5/OS V5R3

IBM eServer i5 and i5/OS V5R3 - Highlights

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

IBM eServer i5 Announcement

IBMVirtualiza

tionEngine™

• Delivering the industry firstPOWER5 based servers

• Exploiting a common eServer platform with pSeries™

• Realigning price with value via the new economic model

• Completing the vision of an on demand operating environment

• Introducing the first implementation of the IBM Virtualization Engine

• Extending the value of open integration with i5/OS and WebSphere

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Power Architecture™ and POWER5The POWER5 design should boost individual processor performance and aggregate system bandwidth in a way that Intel will not be able to match until the Montecito and Tanglewood processors appear. POWER5 should provide IBM with an edge during 2004 and 2005.

Source: POWER5 Tops on Bandwidth, Kevin KrewellIN-STAT/MDR Microprocessor Report, Dec 2003

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Common eServer Platform

POWER5 servers are the industry’s most powerful and flexible 64-bit servers, running multiple operating environments simultaneously and dynamically adjusting to changing requirements. Exactly what you need to simplify IT infrastructure, drive down costs and drive up productivity in today's on demand world.

IBM eServer POWER5 Common Platform

Simplicity in an on demand worldFeature fully integrated solutions including IBM middleware withmaximum flexibility in operating system choice

IBM eServer i5

Make no compromises, accept no limits in an on demand worldFeature innovative and affordable POWER systems to serve the multiple workloads of the UNIX and Linux marketplace

IBM eServer pSeries

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Positioning eServer i5 and eServer p5

Feature innovative and affordable POWER™systems to serve the multiple workloads of the UNIX and Linux marketplace

IBM eServer p5

Make no compromises.

Accept no limitations.

Feature fully integrated solutions including IBM middleware with maximum flexibility in operating system choice

IBM eServer i5Simplicity in an

on demand world

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

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New Economic Model Realigns Price with Value• Common price for common hardware

– Same price as Unix servers for memory, disk, etc– Up to 80% price reduction on memory,

30% on disk

• Capture value of i5/OS and IBM middleware with Editions

– Average of 40% price/performance improvements on Editions

• Attractive new entry prices target new customer growth

– Rich configurations of 520 Express Edition starting at $11,500

• Price actions on existing iSeries products provide attractive alternatives for customers that require V5R2

*US prices, subject to change

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

iSeries servers

iSeries 800

i810

i825

i870

i890

Small to MediumEnterprises

Medium to LargeEnterprises

eServer i5 servers

520

570 Up to 16-wayGA August 31

New Model i5501 – 4 way

GA August 31

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

IBM eServer i5

Entry/Small

Midrange

Large

Express

1-way

2-way

520

550

1-way

4-way 570

16-way

1-way

Solution Edition

Domino Edition

Small Clients

Mid-sized Clients

Fast growing, Large Clients

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Model 520

1-way or 2-way500 to 6000 CPWMax 32GB memoryMax 19TB diskEditions: Express, Value,

Standard/Enterprise, HADeskside

Rack mount

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Comparing Model 520 to Model 800

4+44+46+126+12Disk (max in CEC)

18 / 818 / 84 / 34 / 3IXS / IXA

6611I/O Towers (Max)

1 HSL-21 HSL-21 HSL1 HSLHSL Loops

4244LPAR (Max OS/400)

NoTo 1000/60NoTo 950/50Upgrade Path

1.9 MB on chip1.9 MB on chip2 MB off chip0L2 cache

10 (no AIX) max 4 OS/400

P05

16 EIA

63

4 TB

8 GB

25

300

540 MHz SStar

800

2

P05

4 EIA

278

19 TB

32 GB

30

500

1.5GHz POWER5

520

4 EIA16 EIARack Design

410 (no AIX) max 4 OS/400

LPAR (Max OS/400 or i5/OS, AIX 5L, Linux)

P10P10Software Tier

27863Disk Drives (Max)

19 TB4 TBDisk (Max)

32 GB8GBMemory (Max)

60505250 OLTP CPW

1000950Processor CPW

1.5 GHzPOWER5

540 MHz SStar

Processor

520800

800

520

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Comparing Model 520 to Model 810 1-way

4

To 520

P10

4 EIA

18 / 8

19 TB

278

4+4

6

1 HSL-2

32 GB

1000

1.9* + 0

1.5GHz POWER5

520 1-way

10 (no AIX) max 4 OS/400

To 810 or 520

P10

16 EIA

13 / 7

14 TB

198

6+12

4

1 HSL

16 GB

750

2 + 0

540 MHz SStar

810 1-way

10 (no AIX) max 4 OS/400

To 810 or 520

P10

16 EIA

13 / 7

14 TB

198

6+12

4

1 HSL

16 GB

1020

2 + 0

540 MHz SStar

810 1-way

10

To 520

P10

4 EIA

18 / 8

19 TB

278

4+4

6

1 HSL-2

32 GB

2400

1.9* + 0

1.5GHz POWER5

520 1-way

278198Disk Drives (Max)

4+46+12Disk (max in CEC)

18 / 813 / 7IXS / IXA

64I/O Towers (Max)

1 HSL-21 HSLHSL Loops

To 520To 810 or 520Upgrade Path

1.9* + 36 MB4 + 0L2 + L3 cache

10 (no AIX) max 4 OS/400

P10

16 EIA

14 TB

16 GB

1470

750 MHz SStar

810 1-way

10

P20

4 EIA

19 TB

32 GB

3300

1.65GHz POWER5

520 1-way

Rack Design

LPAR (Max OS/400 or i5/OS, AIX 5L, Linux)

Software Tier

Disk (Max)

Memory (Max)

Processor CPW

Processor

* L2 cache on chip

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Comparing Model 520 to Model 810 2-way

278278198Disk Drives (Max)

4+44+46+12Disk (max in CEC)

18 / 818 / 813 / 7IXS / IXA

664I/O Towers (Max)

1 HSL-21 HSL-21 HSLHSL Loops

NoTo 520To POWER5Upgrade Path

1.9* + 36 MB1.9* + 36 MB2x4 + 0L2 + L3 cache

20 (no AIX) max 8 OS/400

P20

16 EIA

14 TB

16 GB

2700

750 MHz SStar

810 2-way

10

P20

4 EIA

19 TB

32 GB

3300

1.65GHz POWER5

520 1-way

4 EIARack Design

20LPAR (Max OS/400 or i5/OS, AIX 5L, Linux)

P30Software Tier

19 TBDisk (Max)

32 GBMemory (Max)

6000Processor CPW

1.65 GHzPOWER5

Processor

520 2-way

810

520

* L2 cache on chip

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

eServer i5 520 Express Editions• Five richly configured offerings at attractive prices

– Available through selected channels• These configurations are easy to buy and are in stock at distributors• Easy ordering/pricing with Express Edition feature codes

#1 = 500/30 CPW1GB memory(2) 35GB disk drives30GB QIC tapeDVD ROMTwinaxP05 SWMAi5/OS (DB2 UDB, WAS Express)---------------------------

List Price $11.5KSavings = > $5K**

#2 = 500/30 CPW1GB memory(2) 15k rpm 35GB disk30GB QIC tapeDVD ROMTwinaxP05 SWMAi5/OS (DB2 UDB, WAS Express)DB2 Query Manager, Query/400iSeries Access, WDS---------------------------

List Price $14.5KSavings = $10K**

#3 = 1000/60 CPW2GB memory(2) 15k rpm 35GB disk30GB QIC tapeDVD ROMTwinaxP10 SWMAi5/OS (DB2 UDB, WAS Express)DB2 Query Manager, Query/400iSeries Access, WDS---------------------------

List Price $29.9KSavings = $18K**

** Compared to a comparably configured build to order 520

#4 = #2 Plus RAIDadd 2 drives & 5709

List Price $20.2KSavings = $10K**

#5 = #3 Plus RAIDadd 2 drives & 5709

List Price $35.6KSavings = $18K**

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

• 1/4-way server• 1 license of i5/OS• Similar capability to i5 570 2/4-way• Multiple Editions – Standard,

Enterprise, Solution, DominoRack mount

Deskside

Introducing the IBM eServer i5 550

• Flexible on demand pricing in a midrange server

• Exceptional flexibility for consolidating servers and applications

• Supports up to 40 partitions• Lower priced, 4-way capable server

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Desk side

Rack mountIBM eServer i5 550• Configuration options

– Desk side or rack mount– 1/4-way 1.65 GHz POWER5 processor

• Flexible on demand pricing– 1 license i5/OS– 3 processors available for growth/consolidation– Choice to deploy i5/OS, AIX 5L, Linux

• Growth options– Starts at 3,300 CPW, up to 12,000 CPW – Up to 64 GB memory– Up to 38 TB disk storage

• Features Standard, Enterprise, Solution and Domino Editions– Second processor activation included on all editions

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Announcing the IBM eServer i5 Solution Edition

• Helps increase application choice and flexibility through –

– Support for multiple operating systems –i5/OS, AIX 5L, Linux and Windows (via IXA or IXS) – running simultaneously

• Helps manage dynamic and unpredictable changes in business demand through –

– Capacity on Demand and IBM Virtualization Engine system technologies such as Micro-Partitioning TM, POWER Hypervisor TM, Virtual Ethernet …

• Can simplify IT infrastructure management by providing –

– Fully integrated DB2 UDB relational database, automated workload management, security, Web enablement …

• Solution Edition includes– One i5/OS license (includes WebSphere

Express & IBM Director Multiplatform)– Additional processor activation– One Enterprise Enablement feature

(OLTP application support)– One Integrated xSeries Server – WebSphere Portal Express Plus (40 seats)– DB2 Query Mgr/SQL Dev Toolkit (1 license)– One Service Voucher for Linux, Windows

Integration, AIX 5L or WebSphere

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Participating ISVs

Cross IndustryEnterprise Applications for: Financials, HR, Procurement, Healthcare SCM, Distribution, Retail, and Service Process Optimization

Lawson®

Cross IndustryEnterprise ApplicationsPeopleSoft

Cross IndustryEnterprise Software SolutionsSSA GlobalTM

Retail, Consumer Goods, CPG, High Tech, Government, Life Sciences, Industrial, Wholesale

SCM: Warehouse Management and Transportation Execution Solutions

Manhattan Associates

IndustrialEnterprise ApplicationsMAPICS

Cross IndustryEnterprise ApplicationsIntentia

Food DistributionEnterprise Applications: Power Enterprise (ERP for Food Distribution)

Integrated Distributed Solutions, LLC.

Cross IndustryEnterprise ApplicationsIBS

Cross IndustryC2 CRM ApplicationClear Technologies, Inc.

IndustriesDescriptionISV

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

IBM eServer i5 Domino Edition• eServer i5 550 feature code #7530

– 2 active processors and 2 i5/OS licenses – P20 software tier– No Enterprise Enablement feature – No additional software – 14,100 MCU rating for 2-way

• Priced below Standard Edition– Domino Edition is approximately 48% less for

processor + 1 year SWMA– Domino Edition is approximately 42% less for

processor + 3 years SWMA

• Requires proof of license:– 2 Domino® server licenses– 1500 Lotus® client licenses (Notes®,

Sametime®, QuickPlace®)

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Domino Edition Compare

$14.59$10.95$6.48$ / MCU

$205,735$154,425$91,425Total

$69,095$30,375$30,3753 Yr SWMA

$9,640$5,050$5,050Memory

$0$0$0Processor Activation

$45,000$45,000$0Add’l i5/OS License

$82,000$74,000$56,000CEC Price

14,10014,10014,100Provide Domino MCU

6,3506,3506,350Provide i5/OS CPW

112Base i5/OS Licenses

222Total Active Processors

2 / 4 way1 / 4 way1 / 4 way

570 Standard P30

550 Standard P20

550 DominoP20

Model

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

IBM eServer i5 model 570• Flexible configuration options

– Rack mount featuring Capacity on Demand options– 1/2-way, 2/4-way POWER5 processor

• Highly scalable growth options– Starts at 3300 CPW, up to 11700 CPW – Up to 64 GB memory– Up to 39 TB disk storage

• Features Standard and Enterprise Edition options*

• Upgrades from i810, i820, i825, i830 and i870 (5/8-way) into 570

*HA Edition planned for 3Q’04 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

Rack mount only

*HA, CBU are product previews - planned 2H04

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Model 570 (May Announcement)

1/2-way or 2/4-way3,300 to 11,700* CPWCapacity on DemandMax 64 GB memoryMax 38 TB diskEditions: Standard/Enterprise

Rack mount only

1/2-way or 2/4-way

* Restated as 12,000 CPW

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Model 570 (July Announcement)

1/2-way to 13/16-way3,300 to 44,700 CPWCapacity on Demand

Plus memory, reserve, trial

Max 512 GB memoryMax 96 TB diskEditions: Standard/Enterprise, HA, CBU

Rack mount only

13/16-way

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

570 – Building Blocks

Building block (enclosure) enables balanced upgradeability in 570Each additional enclosure adds memory and I/O capacities.

Block 1 1/2-way or 2/4-way

Block 2 + 4 5/8-way

Block 4 + 4 13/16-way

Block 3 + 4 9/12-way

Single block 1/2-w and 2/4-w announced May. Up to 4 blocks announced July

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Model 570 Specifications

120/160

Yes

P40

16 EIA

48 / 60

96 TB

1374

24

30

8

16 / 512 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

36300-44700

8*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

13/16-way

20/160

Yes

P30

16 EIA

48 / 60

96 TB

1374

24

30

8

16 / 512 GB

Yes

CBU

6350-44700

8*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

2/16-way

50/80

Yes

P40

8 EIA

48 / 32

58 TB

822

12

18

4

8 / 256 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

15200-23500

4*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

5/8-way

90/120

Yes

P40

12 EIA

48 / 48

77 TB

1098

18

24

6

12 / 384 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

25500-33400

6*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

9/12-way

20/40

Yes

P30

4 EIA

36 / 16

38 TB

546

6

12

2

4 / 128 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

6350-12000

2*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

2/4-way

278Disk Drives (Max)

Std/Ent/HAEditions

6Disk (max in CEC)

18 / 8IXS / IXA

6I/O Towers

1HSL-2 Loops (Max)

YesUpgrade Path

1.9+36L2+L3 cache

10/20

P30

4 EIA

19 TB

2 / 64 GB

Expanded

3300-6000

1.65GHz POWER5

1/2-way

Rack Design

LPAR (Max)**

Software Tier

Disk (Max)

Memory (min/Max)

On demand

Processor CPW

Processor (1-Way)

** Max 64 i5/OS partitions

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Comparing model 570 to model 825

20/40

Yes

P30

4 EIA

36 / 16

39 TB

546

6

12

2 (faster)

128 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

6350-12000

2*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

570 2/4-way

822278825Disk Drives (Max)

Std/Ent/HAStd/Ent/HAStd/Ent/HAEditions

12610+5Disk (max in CEC)

48 / 3218 / 836 / 18IXS / IXA

18618I/O Towers

4 (faster)1 (faster)3HSL-2 Loops

YesYesYesUpgrade Path

4*(1.9+36)1.9+363*(1.4+32)L2+L3 cache

30/32 (no AIX)

P30

16 EIA

58 TB

48 GB

Yes

3600-6600

1.1 GHz POWER4

825 3/6-way

10/20

P30

4 EIA

19 TB

64 GB

Expanded

3300-6000

1.65GHz POWER5

570 1/2-way

8 EIARack Design

50/80**LPAR (Max)

P40Software Tier

58 TBDisk (Max)

256 GBMemory (Max)

ExpandedOn demand

15200-25500Processor CPW

1.65 GHzPOWER5

Processor

570 5/8-way

825

570

** Max 64 i5/OS partitions

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

32 (no AIX)

Yes

P40

42+18 EIA

48 / 60

144 TB

2047

15+30

47

8

128 GB

Yes

Std/Ent/HA

11500-20000

8*(1.4+32)

1.3 GHz POWER4

870 8/16-w

32 (no AIX)

Yes

P40

42+18 EIA

32 / 48

76 TB

1080

15+30

23

4

64 GB

Yes

Std/Ent/HA

7700-11500

4*(1.4+32)

1.3 GHz POWER4

870 5/8-w

80**

Yes

P40

8 EIA

48 / 32

58 TB

822

12

18

4 (faster)

256 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

15200-23500

4*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

5/8-way

120**

Yes

P40

12 EIA

48 / 48

77 TB

1098

18

24

6 (faster)

384 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

25500-33400

6*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

9/12-way

40

Yes

P30

4 EIA

36 / 16

39 TB

546

6

12

2 (faster)

128 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

6350-11700

2*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

570 2/4-way

Disk Drives (Max)

Editions (not CBU)

Disk (max in CEC)

IXS / IXA

I/O Towers

HSL-2 Loops

Upgrade Path

L2+L3 cache

Rack Design

LPAR (Max)

Software Tier

Disk (Max)

Memory (Max)

On demand

Processor CPW

Processor

Comparing model 570 to model 870

870 / 890

570

** Max 64 i5/OS partitions

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32 (no AIX)

Yes

P50

42+18 EIA

48 / 60

144 TB

2047

15+30

47

12

192 GB

Yes

Std/Ent/HA

20000-29300

12*(1.4+32)

1.3 GHz POWER4

890 16/24-w

80**

Yes

P40

8 EIA

48 / 32

58 TB

822

12

18

4 (faster)

256 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

15200-23500

4*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

5/8-way

120**

Yes

P40

12 EIA

48 / 48

77 TB

1098

18

24

6 (faster)

384 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

25500-33400

6*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

9/12-way

160**

-

P40

16 EIA

48 / 60

96 TB

1374

24

30

8 (faster)

512 GB

Expanded

Std/Ent/HA

36300-44700

8*(1.9+36)

1.65 GHzPOWER5

13/16-way

2047Disk Drives (Max)

32 (no AIX)

Yes

P50

42+18 EIA

48 / 60

144 TB

15+30

47

14

256 GB

Yes

Std/Ent/HA

29300-37400

16*(1.4+32)

1.3 GHz POWER4

890 24/32-w

Editions (not CBU)

Disk (max in CEC)

IXS / IXA

I/O Towers

HSL-2 Loops

Upgrade Path

L2+L3 cache

Rack Design

LPAR (Max)

Software Tier

Disk (Max)

Memory (Max)

On demand

Processor CPW

Processor

Comparing model 570 to model 890

870 / 890

570

** Max 64 i5/OS partitions

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

eServer i5 520, 550 and 570 Editions

x

Domino

x

Solution

xx550

x

x

Standard

x

x

High Availability

xx570

xxx520

Capacity BackUpEnterpriseExpressValue New!

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

0 5000 10000 15000 20000 25000 30000 35000 40000 45000

CPW

520 Value/Express520 Value/Express

520520520

520 2-way

550 1/4-way

570 1/2-way570 2/4-way 570 5/8-way

570 9/12-way570 13/16-way

IBM eServer i5 - Hardware

ActivatedProcessors

CoDProcessors

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Model 570 Processor Activations

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1/2-way

2/4-way

5/8-way

9/12-way

13/16-way

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Model 570 i5/OS Licenses

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1/2-way

2/4-way

5/8-way

9/12-way

13/16-way

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Model 570 Enterprise Edition 5250 OLTP

Processor authorization of 5250 OLTP CPW which comes with Enterprise Edition

Processor authorization of 5250 OLTP CPW purchased separately

0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16

1/2-way

2/4-way

5/8-way

9/12-way

13/16-way

12,000 CPW

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© 2004 IBM Corporation

Comparing eServer i5 520, 550, 570

YesYesNoNoCoD processors

YesNoNoNoCoD memory

No

No

P05 – P10

18 / 8

19 TB

278

6

1

32 GB

1.5 GHz

Value, Express

500 - 1000

1-way

520 Value, Express

Std, Ent, HA, CBUStd, Ent, Sol. DomStd, Ent, HAEdition

1.65 GHz1.65 GHz1.5 & 1.65GHzPOWER5 Processor

1/2-way, 2/4-way, 5/8-way, 9/12-way, 13/16-way (2/16-way CBU)

1/4-way1-way & 2-way

N-way

No

Yes

P20

36 / 16

38 TB

548

12

2

64 GB

3300 - 12000

550

1374278Disk Drives (Max)

48 / 6018 / 8IXS / IXA (Max)

306I/O Towers/drawers (Max)

81HSL-2 Loops (Max)

YesYesUpgrade into model

No

P10 – P30 ***

19 TB

32 GB

1000 - 6000

520

Not announcedUpgrade out of model

P30 – P40Software Tier

96 TBDisk (Max)

512 GBMemory (Max)

3300 - 44700Processor CPW

570

*** Watch THIS Space !!!!

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• Memory Capacity on Demand– 4/8GB memory & 1GB activation features

• Capacity Upgrade on Demand (permanent) or On/Off Capacity on Demand

• Reserve Capacity on Demand– Purchase blocks of 30 processor days – No contracts or usage reporting required– Automatically used by server when utilization hits 100%

• Trial Capacity on Demand– 30 consecutive days at no charge– Opportunity to test proposed capacity– Inactive processors and memory enabled– One-time use … reset after processor upgrade

or processor activation

• Note: CoD processor activation and Edition prices have been rebalanced to be consistent with eServer p5 processor activation price

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HA and CBU Edition

• High Availability Edition for 520 and 570– Like HA Edition for 810, 825, 870 and 890

• Lower priced edition with less content compared to Enterprise Edition• Only eligible sales situations can use this

– Available for all 520 and 570 processor which have Enterprise Edition– See http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/hardware/is4ha/

• Capacity BackUp Edition for 570 ( 2/16-way )– Like CBU Edition for 890

• Only 2 processors are ever permanently activated. In disaster, other processors can be used at no charge

• No eligibility requirements– See http://www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/hardware/is4cbu/

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Model 570 CoD – July Additions

• Capacity on Demand resources– 4/8GB memory & 1GB activation features

• Capacity Upgrade on Demand (permanent) or On/Off Capacity on Demand

• Capacity on Demand options– Reserve Capacity on Demand

• Purchase blocks of 30 processor days in advance• No contracts or usage reporting required• Automatically used by server when utilization hits 100%

– Trial Capacity on Demand• 30 consecutive days at no charge• Opportunity to test proposed capacity increase or use for test window• Inactive processors and memory released together• One-time use … reset after processor upgrade or processor activation

For more information: www.ibm.com/servers/eserver/iseries/ondemand/cod

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IBM eServer i5 On Demand Operating Environment

*Statement of Direction: IBM plans to support AIX in a logical partition in the future.

This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

“As well as consolidating physical servers, the iSeries provides an easy way to integrate multiple environments. iSeries is the ultimate server for integration, and it has delivered immediate and significant advantages.”

Jan van de Straat, Director of R&DGemeente Harlem

• POWER Hypervisor™supports i5/OS, AIX 5L, Linux

• Improve server utilization rates across multiple workloads with automatic processor balancingwith uncapped partitions

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Hardware Management Console (HMC)

• HMC is dedicated to console function• Required on POWER5 servers to create/change partitions or to use Capacity on Demand • Not required to operate the partition• Saves the cost of typical primary partition

7310-CR2(rack)

7310-C03(desktop)

7316 display

July announcements:• Max 64 partitions per HMC across up to 16 servers• Max two HMCs per server

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Integrating Intel Based Infrastructure Servers

• Consolidate Intel® processor-based servers with the Integrated xSeries® Solutions

• New support for Linux on IXS/IXA

* Product Preview. Planned availability 3Q 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

“The superior manageability of this system helps us reduce costs and realize impressive return on investment. Everything—from daily management of the servers to new software installation—has been easy with the iSeries and xSeries environment.”

Jim HorioIT Director, Asian Art Museum

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Linux on Integrated xSeries Solutions• Linux enabled on Integrated xSeries Solutions

– Red Hat Enterprise Linux 3 AS or ES supported on Xeon Integrated xSeriesServers (IXS) and Xeon xSeries attached via Integrated xSeries Adapter (IXA)

– SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 8 supported on Xeon xSeries attached via Integrated xSeries Adapter (IXA)

– OS/400 V5R2 or i5/OS V5R3 PTF’s required• See www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/integratedxseries/linux for details

• Deliver support for Intel-based Linux applications– Leverage iSeries virtual storage – Share iSeries tape, CD, DVD– Consolidate Windows & Linux backup– Note: Virtual Ethernet is not enabled at this time

• Provide a path to Linux on POWER• General Availability

– Starting August 31st

– See www.ibm.com/eserver/iseries/integratedxseries/linux for details

*Planned availability 3Q, 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

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AIX 5L and IBM eServer i5*

• Consolidate and manage UNIX®

solutions• Run standard AIX 5L with native

performance

•Product Preview. Planned availability for AIX5L 5.2 on eServer i5 is 3Q 2004 This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

“The IBM eServer i5 enables PeopleSoft customers to run our applications across multiple operating environments without adding complexity. Now customers can deploy AIX-based PeopleSoft Enterprise Advanced Supply Chain Planning to run co-resident, allowing customers to build on their existing skill base and infrastructure.”

Les Wyatt, General Manager PeopleSoft EnterpriseOne

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The AIX 5L Opportunity on iSeries

iSeriesInstall base

251,000Enterprises

pSeriesInstall base

131,000Enterprises

Competitive UNIXInstalled 33,000

JointInstall base

11,000

Competitive UNIXOpportunity

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The Value of Virtualization• Reduce costs by increasing

asset utilization• Redeploy talent to manage

your business, not your infrastructure

• Rapidly provision new servers• Drive new levels of IT staff

productivity• Consolidate storage & backup• Simplify server management and

operations• Communicate more securely

with virtual Ethernet

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IBM Virtualization Engine and eServer i5

This presentation contains information about IBM’s plans and directions. Such plans are subject to change without notice.

IBMVirtualization

Engine™

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i5/OS – The next generation of OS/400• i5/OS V5R3 is an integrated operating system

that builds on and extends the capabilities of OS/400 V5R2

• i5/OS V5R3 runs on IBM eServer i5 servers, IBM eServer iSeries servers and IBM AS/400®

models 720, 730, 740, 170

• Highlights include:– Integration of WebSphere – Express for iSeries– Automated backup for i5/OS hosted Windows, Linux, AIX 5L and Domino servers– Concurrent I/O tower and IXA add/remove*– Cross Site Mirroring (XSM) and DB2 UDB performance optimization– Output architecture compatibility enhancements– Rapid checkpoint save while active– Enabling real-time file system virus protection scanning tools

* Planned availability 3Q 2004

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Maximize Your iSeries Investments

• Upgrade servers from i810 and above

• Upgrade I/O towers– Support current HSL I/O towers*

• Upgrade storage– All 10K & 15K rpm disks are

supported on POWER5 processor-based servers

• Upgrade from OS/400 V5R2 and V5R1 to i5/OS

* Except 5078 / 5075

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iSeries servers

iSeries 800

i810

i825

i870

i890

Small to MediumEnterprises

Medium to LargeEnterprises

eServer i5 servers

520

570 Up to 16-wayGA August 31

New Model i5501 – 4 way

GA August 31

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Available Upgrade Paths

570Standard / Enterprise

520Value

520StandardEnterprise

820

830

840

810

825

870

550*StandardEnterprise

890

*Notes: • No upgrades into 550 Solution Edition or Domino Edition

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IBM eServer i5 Announcement

IBMVirtualiza

tionEngine™

• Delivering the industry firstPOWER5 based servers

• Exploiting a common eServer platform with pSeries

• Realigning price with value via the new economic model

• Completing the vision of an on demand operating environment

• Introducing the first implementation of the IBM Virtualization Engine

• Extending the value of open integration with i5/OS and WebSphere