Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 is Oracle's fastest and most scalable engineered system. It is ideal for running mission- critical database and applications in memory and consolidating the largest workloads. Oracle SuperCluster M6-32 delivers the highest consolidation ratios, availability and serviceability with breakthrough price/performance.
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"Oracle SuperCluster was the obvious choice for our time-sensitive business, as it offers extreme performance, has no single point of failure, delivers single-vendor support, and provides the highest level of efficiency for our online trading platform where 100% uptime is essential. We saw a threefold improvement in throughput performance, increased the speed of online trading by up to 60%, produced reports 67% faster, improved risk management, and cut data center costs."
"Atos CE is using (Oracle) SuperCluster for our incident management tool. That's an important tool as an outsourcer because everything is managed by this system. And we put that system from an older hardware platform to the SuperCluster, and that increased dramatically the performance of the system, and helped our service desk agents and our technicians to be faster and to support our customers better."
"NCR chose Oracle SuperCluster for the best performance for an Oracle E-Business Suite, Oracle Enterprise Database, and Oracle Exalogic integrated implementation supported by Oracle Platinum Services. The business benefits proven through the Oracle proof of concept include superior price/performance. NCR will be migrating from an IBM platform to Oracle SuperCluster, integrated with Oracle Exadata and used to manage its Global Service business."