Dramatic Advancements in Memory Protection, Encryption Acceleration, and In-memory Database Processing Deliver End-to-End Security and Efficiency for Oracle Engineered Systems and Servers –
ORACLE OPENWORLD, San Francisco, California — October 26, 2015
Oracle today introduced an all-new family of SPARC systems built on the revolutionary 32-core, 256-thread SPARC M7 microprocessor. The systems feature Security in Silicon for advanced intrusion protection and encryption; SQL in Silicon that delivers unparalleled database efficiency; and world record performance spanning enterprise, big data, and cloud applications. Read the whole story….
Zero-Cost Enterprise Server Loaners Let Businesses Test Products and Experience Innovative Technologies On-Premise Prior to Purchase –
SUNNYVALE, California — June 10, 2015
Fujitsu, a Diamond-level member in Oracle Partner Network (OPN), today announced several global marketplace successes with its Fujitsu M10 server evaluation loaner program that lets customers and resellers and partners experience the high-performance business server on-site and at zero cost. The program allows organizations to verify expectations, test new technologies, maintain business continuity and minimize risk during project planning and implementation for IT modernization and consolidation projects. Read the whole story….
Fujitsu M10 entry-level and mid-range systems deliver approximately 30 percent performance improvement, boost database response –
Tokyo, Japan — April 7, 2015
Fujitsu announced today that the space-saving Fujitsu M10-1 as well as the compact Fujitsu M10-4 mid-range servers are now available worldwide in additional configurations featuring the new 3.7GHz SPARC64 X+ 8 core processors providing approximately 30 percent performance improvements. When coupled with the Fujitsu M10 servers’ industry-leading compute capability, the enhanced servers can cut batch processing times for business data and tackle a broad range of Big Data analyses – from such sources as SNS, sensors and mobile devices – to accelerate decision making and increase business productivity. Read the full story.
Oracle Solaris Brings Mission-Critical Applications and Cloud Agility Together
on a Single Fujitsu M10 Server, Supporting the Needs of Today’s Datacenters
Sunnyvale, California — March 10, 2015
IT organizations today face increasingly intense demands for greater performance, scalability and efficiency due to massive data growth and often turn to server virtualization and private/hybrid cloud infrastructure to meet evolving service level requirements. Fujitsu M10 servers running Oracle Solaris 11.2, a fully-integrated enterprise OpenStack® distribution, are an ideal match for today’s IT requirements. The combination of the mission-critical strength of Oracle Solaris and its integration of OpenStack open-source cloud software enables IT leaders to build efficient, compliant, secure, open and affordable clouds and allows cloud and legacy applications to co-exist on a single system, to easily transition datacenter infrastructures to on-premise/hybrid cloud models). Read the full story.
Result underscores that Fujitsu M10, with Oracle Solaris and the highly scalable Oracle Database 12c, is well-suited for large-scale, mission-critical applications
Tokyo, Japan — February 27, 2015
Fujitsu today announced that the Fujitsu M10-4S UNIX server running Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Database 12c set a new world record (as of December 2, 2014) on the two-tier SAP® Sales and Distribution (SD) standard application benchmark, achieving 153,050 SAP SD benchmark users(1)with 20 percent fewer CPUs than in the previous world record result achieved by the Fujitsu M10-4S configuration, also on the two-tier SAP SD benchmark(2). Read the full story.
Global and diversified marketplaces demand agility as business moves and grows in ever-changing ways. Information systems must support the business today and drive innovation rapidly and flexibly for tomorrow. The enhanced Fujitsu M10 servers feature the new SPARC64 X+ (pronounced “ten plus”) processors that can run at speeds of up to 3.7 GHz and offer 1.3 times the performance of the previous generation. The enhanced servers provide a high-performance, scalable platform for server consolidation and modernization projects. To date, Fujitsu M10 servers have set 15 world records in major benchmark tests.