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09 Jan 2012
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New SPARC T4-Based Carrier-Grade Servers Deliver 5x Performance Boost [25228]
Reduces TCO, Outperforms Intel Intaniam 1.7 GHz Processor

Oracle's new single processor Netra SPARC T4-1 and dual processor SPARC T4-2 servers, and the Netra SPARC T4-1B server module, give telecommunication service providers infrastructure built to meet the needs of today's market. These servers provide up to 5x better performance over the previous generation of servers. In recent tests running Oracle Communications ASAP on the new Netra SPARC T4-2 server, each SPARC T4 processor delivered 7.7x the performance of the Intel Itanium 1.7 GHz processor in an HP server. Combined with Oracle Solaris, these new Netra systems can reduce TCO and drastically shorten service development and deployment times.
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04 Apr 2011
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More Telcos are Using Oracle Exadata [24061]
Deploying Exadata to improve performance, lower IT costs, enhance competitive position

Increasing numbers of Telcos are adopting Oracle Exadata Database Machine as a means to improve performance while lowering IT costs and improving their competitive positions. The link above offers further links to success stories involving Virgin mobile Australia and Bangladeshi telecom provider Robi-Axiata. In addition, information is provided on the adoption of Oracle Exadata by SoftBank Mobile, Turkcell, and Avea.
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11 Mar 2011
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Enabling End-to-End 10 Gigabit Ethernet in Oracle’s Sun Netra ATCA Product Family [24000]
The Coming Off-the-shelf Era in Telcom

The Oracle white paper "Enabling End-to-End 10 Gigabit Ethernet in Oracle’s Sun Netra ATCA Product Family" gives readers an overview of Oracle’s 10 Gigabit Ethernet-enabled Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture (ATCA) platforms and the spectrum of available Oracle Sun blades. With the Telcom industry moving to meet its needs for timing-dependent, high-throughput packet-processing applications with off-the-shelf hardware that typically have required custom hardware, the paper outlines the full ecosystem of ATCA products, highlighting how 10 GbE Ethernet is integrated into the Oracle ATCA blade family. The paper also provides an architectural overview of the SPARC T3, UltraSPARC T2, Intel Xeon, and AMD Opteron processor-powered ATCA blades, the 10 GbE Ethernet ATCA switch, the 10 GbE Ethernet System Platform, available Advanced Rear Transition Modules, and carrier-grade software that can be used to enhance and manage ATCA platforms. An additional appendix discusses considerations for power planning.
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17 Feb 2011
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Two New Netra SPARC T3 Servers from Oracle [23931]
Carrier-Grade Blade and Rackmount Servers

Oracle unveils Netra SPARC T3 Servers, including two new carrier-grade, NEBS Level 3- certified servers -- the Oracle Netra SPARC T3-1 rackmount server and the Oracle Netra SPARC T3-1BA ATCA blade server -- systems uniquely suited for mission-critical core network infrastructure and service delivery with Oracle Solaris. Oracle contends that these new Netra SPARC T3 systems, tested and certified to run in the harshest conditions, deliver continuous availability with massive scalability.
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30 Sep 2010
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“Opportunity Calling: The Future of Mobile Communications” [23527]
Oracle Report Reveals Consumers Excited for Next Generation of Mobile Communication

A survey of more than 3,000 mobile phone consumers worldwide reveals they eagerly embrace new advances in the technology and look forward to more, but do expect competitive pricing and reliability. The Oracle-sponsored report gives a view into the minds of mobile phone users, examining their use and perceptions of mobile phones, interest in new technologies such as applications and mobile advertising, and expectations for the next generation of mobile communication.
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02 Jul 2010
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Simple App to Speed Process, Cost Less for Java Verified Seal [23268]
New Testing Service for Simple Java ME Applications

New Java Verified testing services for simple Java Platform, Micro Edition (Java ME) applications have been launched by the Unified Test Initiative (UTI) - a global not-for-profit mobile application testing body. Known as the Simple App testing criteria, this new testing service reduces the time and cost required to test many Java ME applications, making it easier for developers to meet App Store and industry requirements for Java Verified certification.
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