Industry-Leading, General-Purpose, Java Server Module—The Sun Blade X6270 Server
(As of Tuesday, 14 April 2009)
Oracle’s Sun Blade X6270 server module led the pack on SPECjvm2008, a general-purpose, multi-threaded Java benchmark. The winning combination of Oracle’s open network systems, OpenSolaris 2008.11, and HotSpot software offered a proven and stable environment with the best performance in the industry.
SPECjvm2008 is a multithreaded Java benchmark suite measuring the performance of a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). The benchmark focuses on executing a single application and reflects the performance of the operating system and the underlying processor and memory subsystem as the system executes the JRE. This multi-threaded Java benchmark stresses specific aspects of Java Virtual Machine (JVM) performance, such as threading, locks, just-in-time (JIT) compiler, and the virtual memory management system. It contains a broad collection of real-world applications and is applicable to measuring general-purpose Java performance on a wide variety of client and server systems.
The Sun Blade X6270 sever module delivered a composite result of 317.13 SPECjvm2008 Base ops/m, the highest result ever posted on this benchmark.
Oracle continues to demonstrates performance leadership on SPECjvm2008 with each new benchmark submission, while relentlessly pushing the performance of the Java platform forward.
The Sun Blade X6270 sever module, equipped with two Intel Xeon X5570 processors, improved the previous high score by 12%.
The most stable Java platform in the industry — Java 2 Platform, Standard Edition (J2SE) (1.6.0_14 Performance Release) and OpenSolaris OS — are an ideal choice for customer deployments that rely on JRE to execute a single application on a given system.
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