IBM is offering small and medium sized businesses a range of Power7 servers that it claims will help better manage "emerging workloads".
The four entry-level servers are affordable and easy to use, according to IBM, and pitched at companies looking to consolidate systems and applications.
The servers are based on Power7 processors, and are designed to run mobile applications, analytics, cloud systems and virtualisation, and can help customers stay within compliance boundaries.
IBM has also released software that helps the servers better link into enterprise resource planning systems, including SAP, JD Edwards, Lawson and Infor.
"We continue to develop and deploy the powerful technologies that growing businesses need to improve efficiency, innovate and scale for future growth," said Andy Monshaw, general manager for IBM Global Midmarket.
"Across IBM, we are committed to helping our business partners and midsize clients find new and affordable solutions to address business challenges and spark transformation."
Prices start at around $6,500 (£4,150), and each is designed to perform in a different environment.
The Power 710 and 730 models are best suited for dense 2U, one-two socket rack packages, while the 720 and 740 rack or tower models provide more database-friendly options with larger memory and internal storage.
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