An Excellent Choice for Enterprise Applications: IBM Power servers
April 06, 2022

An Excellent Choice for Enterprise Applications: IBM Power servers

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Modules Used

  • Power9 Servers
  • Power System E980
  • Power System S924

Overall Satisfaction with IBM Power servers

  • Extremely easy to expand.
  • Robust support and maintenance.
  • The ease with which earlier Power systems may be upgraded to Power 9.
  • Increasing the number of apps available on the system.
  • Enhance the company's image and marketing efforts.
  • IBM has a tendency to prioritise internal problems over market share.

Do you think IBM Power servers delivers good value for the price?


Are you happy with IBM Power servers's feature set?


Did IBM Power servers live up to sales and marketing promises?


Did implementation of IBM Power servers go as expected?


Would you buy IBM Power servers again?


  • Yes, the majority of Power 9 Servers are used for critical applications. Full 24-hour assistance is a no-brainer for anything worth acquiring and putting to use as a critical business tool.
The IBM Power System LC922 performed admirably when dealing with massive datasets without the complication of a cloud environment. I feel that the IBM Power System LC922 exceeds the majority of hardware suppliers in terms of both performance and customer service. In comparison to any other vendor we now employ, the simplicity with which we can file trouble cases and receive either assistance or replacement hardware from IBM is far greater.
When it comes to running vendor-supported programs, IBM Power servers are often a solid choice. They have a reputation for providing high levels of dependability and assistance. IBM Power servers are extremely reliable and have very few issues. When new and desirable software is not supported or optimized for the IBM Power servers platform, this is an area where the platform's capabilities are constrained. This is frequently found in tiny applications and development tools, among other places. Many times, the software is written on Intel chipsets and then transferred to IBM Power chipsets after some time.