IBM POWER 6 Servers
IBM Power 6 servers, features and upgrades are available from Covenco at competitive prices - offering cost effective solutions to replace older generations or to meet budget constraints should buying new prove too expensive.
Covenco provide refurbished IBM Power6 servers from stock, with warranty and delivered within 24 hours.
Why buy your IBM POWER 6 Servers from Covenco
- All machines fully refurbished by qualified IBM engineers
- Available immediately from stock within 24 hours
- Delivered worldwide within 48 hours
- Full IBM warranty
- Installation, maintenance and support packages available
- Saving up to 90% on new prices
The IBM POWER6 595 can have up to 64 POWER6 5GHz processors, with memory slots available to fill 4TB of 400MHz DDR2. The 595/FHA, through the use of expansion drawers and frames, can support 100's of internal disk units, and up to 640 PCI adapter cards. Still available new from IBM, the POWER6 595 FHA is an enterprise class super computer that will scale to meet almost any client requirement.
The IBM POWER6 575 (9125/F2A and 9125/F2B) can have up to 32 POWER6 4.7GHz processors, with memory slots available to support a maximum of 256GB of 400MHz DDR2 per node. Designed for high compute applications, such as scientific modeling, the 575 can be interlinked to create a supercomputer.
The POWER6 575 is rarely available in the used market due to its specialist application,…
The IBM POWER6 570 (9406/MMA and 9117/MMA) can have up to 32 POWER6 4.2GHz processors, with memory slots available to fill 768GB of 400MHz DDR2. This scalable server can accommodate internal and external disk, and expansion drawers to provide 10's of PCI card slots. Flexible and extremely well priced, the IBM POWER 570 is suitable for almost any business requirement is companies of all sizes.
The IBM POWER6 560 8234/EMA can have up to 8 POWER6 3.6GHz processors, with memory slots available to support 384GB of 400MHz DDR2. The POWER 560 server is an excellent SMB system, with a low cost of entry.
The POWER6 560 is typically available in the used market, so please contact us to check the latest availability. The disk, memory and features are often ex-stock and are competitively…
The IBM POWER6 550 8204/E8A can have up to eight POWER6 5GHz processors, with memory slots available to fill 256GB of 400MHz DDR2. The POWER 560 can support up to eight SSD or SAS disks, and five PCI card slots.
The POWER 550 is readily available in the used market and is nearly always in stock, so please contact us to check the latest availability. The disk, memory and features…
The IBM POWER6 520 Servers (8203/E4A) can have up to 4 POWER6 4.7GHz processors, with memory slots available to support up to 64GB of 400MHz DDR2. Despite being the entry level POWER6 server, the 520 can still support up to 64GB of Memory, eight SSD or SAS Disks and five PCI card slots. Expansion drawers can increase the card count and disk capacity considerably.
The POWER 520 (8203/E4A)…
IBM Power6 servers in stock, with warranty and available for immediate shipping
Covenco have a superb stock of IBM POWER6 servers, features and associated peripheral devices, at low prices and ready to ship within 24 hours. If you are looking for a complete POWER6 system, our in-house engineers can build a configuration to your exact specification. Alternatively, if you're needing a replacement processor, memory feature, disk drive, or any other feature, these are on the shelf ready to ship immediately.
All of the IBM POWER6 equipment supplied by Covenco is of original IBM manufacture, fully tested by qualified engineers, and is both provided with a warranty and guaranteed to be accepted onto maintenance. If required, we can arrange a maintenance contract for a server, and our experienced technical team can provide a full installation service.
Should you be unclear about which POWER6 server is right for you, or you're not sure about the right upgrade path, contact us now to speak to one of our specialists. We have unrivalled expertise in the full range to make a recommendation based on the server performance, initial hardware cost, associated software charges and potential ongoing maintenance expenditure.