PSERIES

The IBM System P and the IBM System I form the forerunner of the IBM Power System series. The IBM System P, also known as the IBM P Series or IBM pSeries, was delivered with AIX and Linux as the operating system. The IBM pSeries microprocessors came from the RS / 6000 family. Whether you use the IBM P Series or the IBM pSeries as a name, it means a system that expired in 2008. The experience gained with the pSeries, however, lives on in today's IBM Power series. Both are server systems that provide high performance for a company network and combine this performance with customer-friendly usability and a high level of security for the stored data. You can call the pSeries and iSeries the parents of the IBM Power series. As the name suggests, it's about power, because that's what a growing company network needs. And a company network is always growing. New programs with new and ever higher requirements are needed and installed, and a steadily growing storage capacity is required in order to be able to keep up with the incoming data stream. This in turn requires more and more powerful systems to support this data and its programs. In short, the work of such a system is getting harder and harder and the pSeries and its successor the Power series are not only up to it, but always one step ahead.

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