IBM Power 755 High Performance Compute Node Server

High performance compute node for scalable clustersusing InfiniBand architecture interconnect products.

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The Power®755 server is a four-socket, 4U rack-mounted server that offers 32 POWER7™ processor cores running at a frequency of 3.6 GHz. A maximum of 64 GB of memory is allowed on each processor card, making for a system maximum of 256GB of memory in the four-processor card system. The IBM Power 755 compute node is designed for organizations that require a scalable system with extreme parallel processing performance and dense packaging.
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Leadership POWER7 performance

  • High frequency processors provide me ability to SOIVO problems faster or Tackle even larger, increasingly complex challenges
  • Support for AltiVec SIMD acceleration
  • Ability to inject more variables into equations to improve modelling accuracy
  • Do more work with fewer nodes and benefit from infrastructure cost savings from a reduction in the number of servers and software licenses

Outstanding compute density

  • 32 cores of POWER7 performance in a 4U rack-optimized node

Frequency boost

  • Maximize performance to better utilize data center assets

ENERGY STAR-compliant

  • Use less energy and reduce greenhouse gas emissions

IBM Systems Director Active Energy Manager with EnergyScale Technology

  • Dramatically and dynamically improve energy efficiency and lower energy costs with innovative energy management capabilities
  • Enables business to continue operations when energy is limited

Ideal workloads for Power 755 include high performance computing (HPC) applications such as weather and climate modelling, computational chemistry, physics and petroleum reservoir modelling that require highly intense computations where the workload is aligned with parallel processing methodologies. The Power 755 supports AltiVec™ instruction set and extended VSX SIMD, acceleration, which can execute up to eight single-precision or double-precision floating point operations per clock cycle per core to improve fine-grained parallelism and accelerate data processing.

Using 12X InfiniBand adapters up to 641Power 755 nodes, each with 32 cores, can be clustered together providing up to 2,048 POWER7 cores. The IBM High Performance Computing software stack provides the necessary development tools, libraries, and system management software necessary to manage a Power 755 server cluster running AIX®6.1.

Part No. power755
Manufacturer IBM
Rack Units 4 U
Height 175
Width 440
Depth 730
Weight [Kg] 54.40
CPU Socket(s) 4
Compatible CPU(s) 8-core 3.6 GHz POWER7 processors with AltiVec SIMD acceleration
Max CPU Clk Spd Up to 3.6 GHz
CPU Cache Level 2 (L2) cache 256 KB per core;
Level 3 (L3) cache 4 MB per core
Max # Thread(s) Up to 128 compute threads
Max # Core(s) 8 cores per CPU
Memory Slot(s) DDR3
Memory Capacity 256 GB of 1066 MHz
Drive Bays Up to eight SFF SAS drives
Capacity Up to 2.4 TB
HDD Suitability SAS or SSD
RAID Controller One controller for SAS DASD/SSD and DVD-RAM
Supported OS AIX; Linux®for POWER®
USB Port(s) Three USB, two HMC, two system ports
PCI Slot(s) Two PCI-X 2.0; Three PCI Express 8x
LAN Socket(s) Four Ethernet 10/100/1000 Mbps ports or Two 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports
Standard 9 hours per day, Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), next business day for one year at no additional cost;on-site for selected components; CRU (customer replaceable unit) for all other units (varies by country).
Optional Warranty service upgrades and maintenance are available.