• Reference Design Examples (POWER9 Monza)

      These reference designs describe the essential components of an IBM® POWER9 system with the POWER9 Processor - Monza Module. Third parties may copy, enhance, and modify these designs. Use of these designs enables engineers to quickly evaluate systems and may reduce product development time.

        • TPM Riser Card (Monza)

          This material supports Trusted Platform Module (TPM) riser card designs with the POWER9 processor Monza module.


          Trusted Platform Module Riser Card Design

          The specialized schematic and layout files provided here support the OpenPOWER Trusted Platform Module (TPM) riser card design. Used with EDA software from Cadence Design Systems, Inc., these files enable the efficient design of PCBs for the TPM riser card design. This riser card can be used in IBM POWER8, IBM POWER8 with NVIDIA® NVLink™...


        • BMC Riser Card (Monza)

          The IBM® POWER9 baseboard management controller (BMC) monitors events such as fan failure and temperature or voltage increases, and logs their occurrence. The BMC is used for hardware control. These documents describe the BMC riser card.


          BMC Riser Card Design for the POWER9 2-Socket Monza SCM Main Board

          The specialized schematic and layout files provided here support the BMC riser card design for the IBM® POWER9™ 2-socket Monza SCM main board. Used with EDA software from Cadence Design Systems, Inc., these files enable the efficient design of PCBs for this BMC riser card design. This design contains the ASPEED AST2500 BMC module and...


        • 2-Socket Reference Design (Monza)

          This material supports 2-socket IBM® POWER9 designs with the POWER9 Processor - Monza Module.


          POWER9 2-Socket Main Board Design for the Monza SCM

          The specialized schematic and layout files provided here support the IBM® POWER9™ 2-socket main board design for the Monza SCM. Used with EDA software from Cadence Design Systems, Inc., these files enable the efficient design of PCBs for the POWER9 2-socket main board design. Important Note: These are Preliminary documents. The information...



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