Oracle Boasts New SPARC T4-4 Server Performance

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted December 7, 2011


Oracle has been showing off the performance of its new SPARC T4-4 servers, knowing it has justify to shareholders why it bought the substantially hardware-orientated Sun Microsystems. As reported on TechEYE, Oracle claims that it has managed a TPC-H benchmark result at the three TB scale factor.


 

"If this were the case then Oracle's SPARC T4 servers now claim 12 world records set on various business-critical enterprise workloads and industry-standard benchmarks.

"The TPC-H benchmark evaluates the performance of various Business Intelligence/Data Warehousing and Decision Support Systems for several standard database sizes.

"Oracle Database 11g Release 2 and Oracle Solaris 11, which is the outfit's first cloud OS to work on the SPARC T4-4 server managed 205,792 QphH at 3000GB. All this, Oracle tells us with a price of $4.10/QphH@3000GB."

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