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Apr 17 2015

Fujitsu Enhances Performance of Fujitsu M10 SPARC Servers


The space-saving Fujitsu M10-1 as well as the compact Fujitsu M10-4 midrange SPARC servers are now available worldwide in additional configurations featuring the new 3.7GHz SPARC64 X+ 8 core.

According to SPEC benchmarks, the new processors offer approximately 30% performance improvements over the previous generation. 1

When coupled with the Fujitsu M10 servers' industry-leading compute capability, the enhanced servers can cut batch processing times for business data and tackle a broad range of Big Data analyses - from such sources as SNS, sensors and mobile devices - to accelerate decision making and increase business productivity. The new models will specifically appeal to customers looking to reduce their software licensing costswhile running the fastest available SPARC64 X+ processors in either the M10 -1 or M10 -4 models.

The Fujitsu M10 server family running Oracle Solaris provides performance and flexible capacity to meet the growing needs of organizations across all industries. The new Fujitsu M10-1 and M10-4 models offer the same higher per-core performance as the high-end Fujitsu M10-4S server. The compact 1U Fujitsu M10-1 and the powerful workhorse Fujitsu M10-4 are now offered with three processor speeds, allowing organizations to get more from their IT investments. Fujitsu M10, with Oracle Solaris and the highly scalable Oracle Database 12c, is well-suited for mission-critical applications.

For more information, please see the Fujitsu M-10 product site.

1. The comparison is made by per-core performance. The per-core performance is calculated by dividing measured per socket values by the number of cores per socket. 38.4 per core = 307 divided by 8 cores, where 307 is measured with the following conditions:

- Fujitsu M10-1 server with SPARC64 X+ (3.7GHz, 8 core) processor

- Oracle Solaris 11.2 SRU6.4

Version 12.4 of Oracle Solaris Studio 29.3 per core = 468 divided by 16 cores, where 468 is measured with the following conditions:

- Fujitsu M10-1 server with SPARC64 X+ (3.2GHz, 16 core) processor

- Oracle Solaris 11.1 SRU15.4

Version 12.3 of Oracle Solaris Studio 10/13 Patch Set Details and the latest information on this benchmark will be published on the SPEC webpages at New models benchmark results have been submitted to SPEC.


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