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September 29, 2010

Oracle unveils SPARC T3 processor, SPARC T3 systems

To provide an open and integrated application-to-disk offerings

By CBR Staff Writer

Oracle has unveiled 16-core server processor and new SPARC T3 systems, to provide scalability and performance with built-in security and virtualisation capabilities.

The systems range from a single socket 16-core blade to a 4-socket, 64-core server with 512 threads in a compact five-rack unit, and runs on Solaris and VM for SPARC, and is integrated with Database, Fusion Middleware and Applications.

The integration between the company’s software and hardware enables the SPARC T3 systems to provide an open and integrated application-to-disk offerings.

The SPARC T3 systems provides scalability to meet explosive data growth and new datacentre requirements from Web and application-tiers to the database tier, delivering advanced chip-level encryption capabilities and built-in virtualisation to improve security and performance at lower costs.

The company said that the SPARC T3 systems feature integrated on-chip cryptographic accelerators that deliver wire speed encryption capabilities, providing customers with critical data and services protection.

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