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Sun Blade X6275 M2 Server Module: Oracle's Highest Compute Density Solution
Designed for Virtualization and for the Private Cloud
December 22, 2010,
Volume 154, Issue 4

Oracle's diskless, dual-node Sun Blade X6275 M2 Server Module with up to 24 cores, is Oracle's highest compute density blade server and, as such, is ideally suited for cloud computing and virtualized environments. The hot-swappable Sun Blade X6275 server modules and Oracle VM, in combination with the Sun Blade 6000 chassis, deliver an elastic scalability solution capable of the rapid deployment and equally rapid scalability required in private clouds. Furthermore, the blade's high IOPS, low voltage Sun Flash modules enable savings in power and cooling costs. Yet another valuable benefit of combining the X6275 with the Sun Blade 6000 Ethernet Switched Network Express Module 24p 10GbE is that this overcomes potential network bottlenecks and reduces networking costs by eliminating an entire tier of datacenter switching and reducing cabling by 4:1.

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