IBM Reveals Performance-Based and Cost Effective IBM LinuxONE 4 Express

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IBM recently announced the availability of of IBM LinuxONE 4 Express, an economical and readily available system engineered to deliver cybersecurity, resiliency, scalability and AI inferencing for hybrid cloud environments. Especially geared for small and medium sized businesses, IBM LinuxONE 4 Express, builds on the latest performance, security and AI capabilities of LinuxONE.

IBM LinuxONE 4 Express Energy Efficient and Space Saving

IBM LinuxONE 4 Express is designed to reduce both energy usage and data center floor space and simultaneously offering scale, performance and security:

Built on the Telum processor and delivered in a rack mount format, IBM LinuxONE 4 Express offers high availability for clients who have strict resiliency requirements due to internal or external regulations. In fact, IBM LinuxONE 4 Express systems, with GDPS, IBM DS8000 series storage with HyperSwap and running a Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform environment, are designed to deliver 99.999999% (eight 9s) availability.

IBM LinuxONE 4 Express identifies several key areas which can be alleviated through the IBM LinuxONE 4 Express system. The system provides a secured platform with security capabilities specifically focused to protect sensitive data, such as digital assets. IBM Telum processor permits data analysis exactly where the data is located. With on-chip AI inferencing, clients can co-locate AI with mission-critical data using a LinuxONE system. IBM LinuxONE 4 Express is designed to help clients consolidate workloads by simplifying complex IT environments and reducing costs by consolidating databases onto a LinuxONE system.

IBM LinuxONE 4 Express Price and Availability

Although the new IBM LinuxONE 4 Express, starts at $135,000, an IBM LinuxONE 4 Express purchase can save over 52% on total cost of ownership over five years. The IBM LinuxONE 4 Express will be available from IBM and certified business partners February 20, 2024. Systems will not initially be available in Argentina, Mexico, Peru, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Korea, India and China.

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