IBM Power10 E1080 First Look

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This video is for serious Power Techies only. If you are not a serious Power Techie, please watch the other two YouTube Videos on the E1080 from me (Nigel Griffiths), which are both 14 minutes long. Nigel shows you a Early Ship Program machine. ESP machines are for testing before IBM ships the servers out from the Generally Available (GA) date). The Power10 Enterprise E1080 is installed and dismantled to take a 100 pictures showing you all the main parts. You will see many things that most computer people never get to see - even if you have many of these large servers in their computer room. Only the service engineers get to see these details. I hope this demystifies the technology and explains may of the terms. This should help is you are architecting or designing solutions, configuring a E1080 or installing it. It also includes HMC details and cabling up a four CEC Node machine. Note: This is an Early Ship Program E1080 - a GA E1080 will be slightly different. For example: 1) Missing - safe and other labels on the top of the server and inside. 2) Missing - servers did not include a front cover panel. 3) Different - The GA servers has up to four NVMe SSD drives at the back (this E1080 had 2 wider devices) 4) Missing - rack rails.

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Some Guy
2022-06-26 23:53:31

This is so cool

movax20h
2021-12-20 00:11:16

I am really surprised that the VRMs are so far from the CPUs. At 1V there is going to be substantial voltage drop, unless the copper traces and cables are really really thick. I wonder why VRMs where not put close to CPUs on another side of the chassis. But I guess, the VRMs do have a sense lines back from CPU back to VRM, so they can compensate for the voltage drop.

Also it is a little bit weird that SCU uses power from CEC, instead of having own power redundant supplies. It does not require a lot of power I guess, but it is weird it is stealing power from other system, instead of using own.

movax20h
2021-12-20 00:02:11

Thank you for a detailed video. Amazing engineering. I work on distributed systems, so I do not need a massive and expensive 16 socket machine, because I can do just fine with 16 separate machines and achieve the same thing. But still, these big machines are fascinating. If you ever have time, similar presentation for z System would be appreciated.

Kor Taffel
2021-10-18 17:26:57

Nigel, I bet you heard of Raptor Computer's Talos Power 9. Does IBM have something similar for Power 10, just selling a mainboard and CPU?
What would you recommend for a 5 man game company that just needs a stand alone server for builds and handling some email? With Linux or FreeBSD on it.
Those customers who would just buy an AMD Epyc, does IBM have anything for small enterprises?
Raptor won't make a Power 10 product because lack of open source firmware, and tbh Power 9 is getting long in the tooth
All I could find from IBM so far is the E1080 for whales who don't mind pricetags ending on "million"... but I was wondering if IBM intends to service the dolphin market too

Majid Varzideh
2021-09-14 05:37:18

thanks Nigel,truly you are the god of IBM power systems.

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