Oracle Delivers Complete Refresh of SPARC Enterprise Server Product Line and Unveils SPARC Solaris-based Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud T3- 1B

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Oracle
Delivers Complete Refresh of SPARC Enterprise Server Product
Line and Unveils
SPARC Solaris
-
based Oracle Exalogic Elastic Cloud
T3
-
1B

Accelerates Key Milestones for

SPARC Solaris Roadmap

Redwood Shores, CA



December 2, 2010


News Facts



Demonstrat
ing its commitment to the SPARC platform,

Oracle

has

expanded the
SPARC
platform

by
announcing

a SPARC Solaris
-
based
Oracle Exalogic Elastic
Cloud

T3
-
1B

engineered system

and a complete
refresh of the
SPARC s
erver
product line
.




Highlighting the unrivaled performance of its SPARC servers, Oracle announced
world record OLTP database performance on a
TPC
-
C benchmark

with the
Oracle Database
11
g

running on
Oracle
’s

SPARC Super
c
luster
with

SPARC T3
-
4

servers. Oracle
’s configuration

beats IBM Power

780 server cluster with
POWER7 processors and IBM DB2 9.7 database by
nearly
3 times and has 2
6

percent bett
er price/performance
(1).



Oracle also unveiled the

SPARC Superc
luster

based on SPARC T3 servers. B
uilt
using the same innovations that delivered th
e OLTP performance demo
nstrated
in the TPC
-
C benchmark
,
it
i
ncludes the latest hardware and software from
Oracle including,

SPARC T3

servers
, built
-
in cry
ptographic accelerators, Oracle’
s
Sun FlashFire storage, I
nfiniBand networking and Oracle’
s
Sun
ZFS St
orage
Appliance products.



Additionally,
Oracle introduced the
SPARC Solaris
-
based Oracle Exalogic Elastic
Cloud

T3
-
1B
,
an integrated hardware and software system tested and tuned by
Oracle to run Java and non
-
Java applic
ations with extreme performance
.
This
engineered system

takes advantage of the SPARC T3 system’s scalability,
security and integrated chip features.



By updating its

SPARC
T
-
Series and
Sun
SPARC Enterprise M
-
Series product
lines
, Oracle is accelerating delivery on key milestones outlined
in its five
-
year
roadmap for
SPARC Solaris
-
based systems.

These

milestones include:

o

A
vailability of the complete family of high
-
performance SPARC T3
systems with the industry’s first 16
-
core
SPARC
T3 server processor.

Unveiled at Oracle OpenWorld 2010, t
he system
s
feature

massively
scalable, highly integrated “systems on a chip” design with embedded
security, n
etworking, and accelerated I/O.


Additionally, the next
-
generation
SPARC
T4

processors are already running in Oracle’s
development labs.

o

Expansi
on of

the
long
-
standing partnership

with Fujitsu

and joint

announc
ement of

enhanced
Sun
SPARC Enterprise M
-
Series servers
with a new SPARC processor, delivering maximum investment protection,
expandability and increased performance.

o

Announcement of

Oracl
e Solaris 11 Express

in November;

a fully
-
supported production release delivering immediate access to mission
-
critical features, including
un
-
matched levels of reliability and av
ailability
with predictive self
-
healing and advanced software management featu
res
that
significantly
reduce planned and un
planned downtime.



The SPARC T
-
Series and
Sun SPARC Enterprise
M
-
Series are optimized and
integrated with
Oracle Solaris

for

extreme reliability and scalability and
increased
performance for running
enterprise

applications



the highest levels are achieved
when using

Oracle VM for SPARC
,
Oracle Fusion Middleware

and
Oracle
Application
s
.



To enhance customer success, Oracle launched a
marketing campaign

to
showcase how to
optimize
datacent
er resources an
d efficiency, as well as

improve application performance and scale
. The cornerstone of this campaign
i
s

t
he
Next
-
Generation Data Center road show
,

consist
ing

of n
early 100 events in
more than 35 countries from July through
December. Additional resources and
content can be found on the Optimized Datacenter
Virtual Briefing Center
.



Oracle now offers the industr
y’s most reliable, scalable and secure solutions,
integrated from application
-
to
-
disk, for mission
-
critical computing and cloud
computing.


Supporting Quote



“Oracle is accelerating delivery on our five
-
year SPARC roadmap with continued
product innovation
,” said John Fowler,
Oracle Executive Vice P
resident,
S
ystems
,

Oracle. “With the enhanced SPARC Enterprise product
family
, coupled
with Solaris 11 Express and the new
SPARC Solaris
-
based Oracle Exalogic
Elastic Cloud

T3
-
1B
, Or
acle is again raising the bar

to deliver

the industry’s most
reliable, scalable and secure solutions for mission
-
critical computing.”


Supporting Resources



Oracle’s Sun SPARC Enterp
rise Servers



Oracle Solaris



Oracle Benchmarks



Join Oracle’s online communities:
Performance blogs
,

Twitter

and
Facebook



Watch the on
-
demand replay of the
Webcast

and join the conversatio
n on Twitter
at
#oraclesun.


TPC Benchmark C, tpmC, and TPC
-
C are trademarks of the Transaction Processing
Performance Council (TPC).


Oracle SPARC SuperCluster configuration with 27

S
PARC
T3
-
4 servers and

Oracle Database 11
g

Release 2 Enterprise Edition w
ith Real
Application Clusters and Partitioning, 30,249,688 tpmC, $1.01/tpmC, Available 6/1/11.


IBM Power 780 Cluster with IBM DB2 InfoSphere Warehouse Ent. Base Ed. 9.7,
10,366,254 tpmC, $1.38 USD/tpmC, available 10/13/10.


About Oracle

Ora
cle (NASDAQ: OR
CL) is the world’
s most complete, open and integrated business
software and hardware systems company. For more information about Oracle, visit our
Web site at
http://www.oracle.com.


Trademarks

Oracle and Java
are registered trademarks of Oracle and/or its affiliates. Other names
may be trademarks of their respective owners.



The preceding is intended to outline our general product direction. It is intended for
information purposes only, and may not be incorpor
ated into any contract. It is not a
commitment to deliver any material, code, or functionality, and should not be relied upon
in making purchasing decisions. The development, release, and timing of any features or
functionality described for Oracle’s produ
cts remains at the sole discretion of Oracle
Corporation.


Contact Info


Nicole Maloney

Oracle

+1.650.506.0806

nicole.maloney@oracle.com


Letty Ledbetter

Oracle

+1.650.506.8071

letty.ledbetter@oracle.com