Oracle’s SPARC T5-1B server module and Oracle’s Sun Blade 6000 chassis are designed to work together to create a powerful integrated platform for data-intensive and enterprise workloads. Based on the new SPARC T5 processor, the world’s fastest microprocessor, it delivers 2.3x the performance of previous-generation systems.
|Extreme performance and price/performance with the world's fastest microprocessor||
Systems and software engineered for maximum performance drive up end user productivity levels by delivering faster application response times and service availability
|Efficient Oracle virtualization allows applications to meet response time SLAs||
Oracle's SPARC T5-1B server using Oracle VM Server for SPARC exhibits dramatically lower network latency under virtualization than a popular virtualization solution
|Built in encryption security with no performance overhead||
Integrated, on-chip crypto acceleration provides high levels of security without sacrificing application performance
|Runs Oracle Solaris 11, recommended by Oracle for enhanced performance and functionality. Can also run Oracle Solaris 10, 9 and 8.||
Protect your application software investment by moving existing Solaris applications unchanged to a faster system with the latest operating system version, using the guaranteed binary compatibility of Oracle Solaris, the #1 UNIX OS
|Oracle's Sun Blade 6000 provides massive I/O with up to 6.4 terabit-per-second I/O throughput, with blade independent I/O expansion capability||
Industry leading I/O bandwidth for peak system performance, supports different types of I/O in single chassis to easily scale and meet various data requirements
|Improved efficiency and agility results in lower TCO||
A recent independent study has shown that SPARC systems running Oracle Solaris can lower costs over a three-year period when compared to x86-based Linux systems
|Outstanding value and business agility through hardware and software engineered together||
With Oracle software and hardware working together, management gets easier. Performance and availability go up. Costs come down and time to deployment decreases drastically.