Are you trying to figure out which IBM servers have reached their EOL? Every year, IBM EOLs several of its servers. Though they are no longer supported by their manufacturer, some of them are still highly sought after and continue to power datacenters throughout the world.
Cisco Systems this week unveiled several new servers that are equipped with powerful Intel Xeon E5-2600 processors. The servers are third-generation systems in Cisco's Unified Computing System (UCS) fabric computing portfolio. The new servers include two racks and one blade. Cisco joins HP, IBM and Dell in releasing new Intel E5-backed systems in recent days.
IBM has released several new systems powered by the innovative Intel Xeon E5-2600 processor family. The chip, which is hailed for delivering 80% better performance and 50% better energy-efficiency, has also been implemented in a slew of HP and Dell machines that have also been announced this week.
This week, Dell unleashed a stable of new PowerEdge servers that are equipped with blazing Intel Xeon E5-2600 Family processors. The servers – which are available in rack, tower and blade form factors – are geared toward small, medium-sized and large enterprises with a broad range of datacenters needs. Initial reviews of the new servers have been universally positive.
Hewlett-Packard this week launched a series of new Generation 8 (Gen8, G8) servers that have a suite of innovative features, including HP Proactive Insight technology, which continually monitors more than a thousand system parameters without hindering application performance. HP boasts its Gen8 portfolio for delivering 3x the administrator productivity, 6x performance for demanding workloads and 66% faster problem resolution over previous systems.