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8408-E8E: IBM Power8 Server

IBM Power8 8408-E8E Power E850
IBM Power8 8408-E8E Power E850
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IBM Product Number: 8408-E8E

Product Description: IBM Power8 Power E850 Server

More Information:
The Power E850 is designed primarily for private clouds in midrange and large enterprises.
The OpenStack cloud controller functionality (IBM calls it PowerVC), that links to PowerVM Enterprise is optional on this variation.
This E series or E-class gets PowerVM rather than the PowerKVM that runs on the Linux only LC series.

Summary of features:
IBM POWER8 processor module with 8, 10, or 12 POWER8 processor cores
- 8-core modules bring up to 32 cores at 3.72 GHz (#EPV2)
- 10-core modules bring up to 40 cores at 3.35 GHz (#EPV6)
- 12-core modules bring up to 48 cores at 3.02 GHz (#EPV4)

Minimum 128 GB to maximum 4 TB DDR memory
- The two-processor module config brings 16 CDIMM slots.
- A three-processor module config brings 24 CDIMM slots.
- A four-processor module config brings 32 CDIMM slots.
-- 16 GB CDIMM Memory (#EM86)
-- 32 GB CDIMM Memory (#EM87)
-- 64 GB CDIMM Memory (#EM88)
-- 128GB CDIMM Memory (#EM8S)

Up to 11 PCIe Gen3 slots.
PCIe Gen3 I/O Expansion Drawers support up to 40 additional PCIe Gen3 slots.

SAS controllers for integrated disk/SSD/DVD bays
- Eight 2.5 inch SAS bays for HDD or SSD
- Four 1.8-inch SSD bays
- DVD bay

- Up to 1,536 SFF-2 bays for HDD and SSD with 64 EXP24S I/O drawers

PowerVM Standard and Enterprise

Active Memory Expansion and Active Memory Mirroring for Hypervisor

This server includes the OpenStack cloud controller functionality (IBM calls it PowerVC), that links to PowerVM Enterprise (optional on the Power E850 8408-E8E).
This E series or E-class gets PowerVM rather than the PowerKVM that runs on the Linux only LC series.

All IBM hardware we sell is IBM certified, eligible for IBM maintenance contracts, and comes either with an IBM warranty, a Maximum Midrange warranty or both.

SpecificationsPower E850
Machine type - model8408-E8E
System package4U, 19 inch rack
Number of system nodes1
# of processor sockets2, 3 or 4
POWER8 Processor Options GHz : # of cores3.02 GHz : 24, 36 or 48 cores
3.35 GHz :20, 30 or 40 cores
3.72 GHz: 16, 24 or 32 cores
Min 16, 20 or 24 (50% of max) cores active
Min - Max memory (min % active) 1600 MHz DDR3 CDIMMs128 GB Min & Active
2 TB Max (50% active)
Max 4TB Statement of Direction
System node disk/SSD bays8 SFF (2.5”) + 4 SSD (1.8”)
System node Gen3 PCIe x16 slotsUp to 11 slots:
3x8 slots & up to 8x16 slots
Max PCI3 Gen3 I/O drws4 (1 per socket)
Max PCIe slots: System node plus Gen3 PCIe I/O drawers51
Max EXP24S storage drawers64
Max SAS bays for disk or SSD1536
Max total system TB with 1.8 TB drives2,779 TB
AIX rPerf Range (32-core to max core)593.8 - 746.9
IBM i CPW Range (32-core to max core)N/A
Capacity on Demand optionsCUoD, Elastic, Utility, Trial
COD for processor & memory
Power Enterprise PoolsNo
Power Integrated Facility for LinuxYes
Max partitions960
IBM i levelN/A
AIX level6.1, 7.1, 7.2
Linux supportRHEL 7.1 (BE, LE)
6.6 (BE)
SLES 11 (BE)
SLES 12 (LE)
Ubuntu 15.04 (LE)
PowerVM EnterpriseOptional

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