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New eServer p650 from IBM and 0.13-micron Power4 processor+

IBM today unveils a new 8-socket eServer p650 based on its Power4 + 64-bit 0.13-micron processors.

P650 debuts next generation IBM servers and processors. Processors will initially ship with clock speeds of 1.2 and 1.45 GHz. Each Power4 + chip contains approximately 184 million. transistors, has an area of ​​267 sq. mm, equipped with 1.5 MB L2-cache and 32 MB cache of the third level. The power consumption of the 1.2 GHz chip is about 70 W. However, it should be noted that Power4 +, by and large, is just a 0.13-micron version of the Power4 processor, which is produced at 0.18-micron norms and Power4 + is larger in size by about 35%.

The company positions its p650 server as a primary competitor to servers based on Intel x86 processors, 32-bit Xeon, or 64-bit Itanium. 1 GHz Itanium 2 is currently on the market with 0.18-micron technology. In addition, IBM plans that its servers will also be able to compete with systems based on RISC-processors Hewlett-Packard and Sun.

p650 runs on Unix AIX 5L version 5.2. In the first quarter of next year, it promises to add support for Linux. The server is expected to start shipping next month at a price of $ 30,000.

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