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Related product families Abstract The System x M5 single-socket tower server is designed for small businesses and first-time server buyers looking for a solution to improve business efficiency. It delivers several innovative features with a competitive price, either in a compact mini-tower form factor, or standard tower form factor with hot-swap power supplies and disk drives.
This product guide provides essential pre-sales information to understand the x M5, their key features and specifications, components and options, and configuration guidelines.
This guide is intended for technical specialists, sales specialists, sales engineers, IT architects, and other IT professionals who want to learn more about x M5 and consider its use in IT solutions. The models covered in this product guide are now withdrawn from marketing.
Change History Changes in the September 11 update: The x M5 is now withdrawn from marketing. Introduction The System x M5 single-socket tower server is designed for small businesses and first-time server buyers looking for a solution to improve business efficiency.
The System x M5 has a compact design with flexible configuration options, built-in security, and systems management capabilities. It leverages the next-generation dual-core and quad-core Intel Xeon processor technology.
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The System x M5 server is a compact, cost-effective, single-processor tower or rack-mountable server that has been optimized to provide outstanding availability, manageability, and performance features to small-to-medium-sized businesses, retail stores, or distributed enterprises.
The system includes features that are not typically seen in this class of system, such as standard, embedded RAID 0 and RAID 1, remote control capabilities even when the machine is powered off, and Predictive Failure Analysis PFA on processor and memory.
Some models also support hot-swap redundant power supplies and hot-swap disk drives. Business needs for efficiency improvement and retention of critical data require the usage of a server that is easy to get up and running quickly and is dependable.
You need to squeeze as much as possible out of your IT dollars while saving costs on features that are not needed in an SMB environment. The System x M5 is an ideal first server to meet those business needs.
It was built for speed, yet eliminates costly design features that are found in general-purpose servers that are unnecessary for smaller businesses.
Scalability and performance The x M5 offers numerous features to boost performance, improve scalability, and reduce costs: The single-socket x M5 supports the quad-core Intel Xeon Processor E v3 "Haswell" family of processors, which offer impressive computing power in a space-saving mini-tower design.
Choice of processors with up to four cores to enable the effective usage of multi-threaded applications. Memory speeds up to MHz. Four available high-performance PCI Express 3.
Up to four internal 3. Up to eight internal 2. Hardware RAID options are available. Integrated dual-port Gigabit Ethernet provides increased network throughput and redundancy with efficient slot-saving integration.
Availability and serviceability The x M5 provides many features to simplify serviceability and increase system uptime: Avoiding system crashes and data loss because of soft memory errors can mean greater system uptime.
Tool-less cover removal provides easy access to upgrades and serviceable parts, such as CPU, memory, and adapters. Hot-swap drive bays that are available on some models combined with RAID capabilities offer the potential of no downtime in the event of a drive failure.
The Predictive Failure Analysis PFA detects when system components for example, processors, memory, and hard disk drives operate outside of standard thresholds and generates pro-active alerts in advance of possible failure, therefore increasing uptime.
Built-in Integrated Management Module Version II IMM2 continuously monitors system health, triggers alerts, and performs recovering actions in case of failures to minimize downtime.
Redundant hot-swap power supports on some models helps keep the server always running One-year customer replaceable unit and onsite limited warranty, next business day 9x5. Optional service upgrades are available. Manageability and security Powerful systems management features simplify local and remote management of the x M5: The server includes an Integrated Management Module II IMM2 to monitor server availability and perform remote management some features require optional license upgrades.
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