IBM Power pSeries 510 server overview
|The Power 510 server is an entry level machine capable of running AIX, Linux and IBM i (i5/OS). The Power 510 is based on a 2U rack format. The system operates with 1-2 processor cores.|
Parts, Upgrades and Complete IBM Power pSeries 510 ServersDespite several generations of systems in the IBM Power and UNIX predecessor ranges being beyond their last shipment date from IBM, Com-Com continue to supply parts, upgrades and complete servers extending the life of equipment, providing greater ROI and freedom for customers to decide their own budgetary and migration timetables.
With a large stock of quality IBM server hardware, Com-Com can provide immediate availability for most upgrades and even complete systems. Qualified sales and engineering professionals can provide help with everything from specification through to installation, configuration and on-going support.
Hardware and Software Maintenance for IBM Power pSeries 510With hardware support from IBM having ended on some generations or ending in the coming years on more recent models, planning now to ensure continuity of support is essential. Com-Com offer a high quality alternative support option and with typically 40% off IBM support costs, the savings from Com-Com are very attractive as well...
We've done the logistics planning, so you can continue to use your systems and work to your own timescales from replacement/migration. We are supporting many IBM Power 510 servers already and are committing to extend support for years to come.
IBM Power 510 model informationCom-Com offer an 'IBM+7' support option under which most models will continue to be supported for seven years past IBM's maintenance cut off date.
|CPU / Disks|
|IBM Power 510||32Mb||1-2 processor cores, 4 x SCSI|
IBM normally offer hardware support for at least five years after shipment but please check with them for their up-to-date position on each model. All information is correct as far as we are aware and is for guidance only. Please check IBM's documentation for confirmation.
IBM Power pSeries 510 servers
- Com-Com hardware maintenance service
- Com-Com TAG (telephone advice and guidance) software support
- Storage health check service
- Disaster Recovery
- Refurbished parts and upgrades
- Hardware purchase and disposal