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19 Jan 2010 A Solution for Sprawling Datacenters: Sun Fire X4640 Server [22734]
Find Out More About Sun's Latest x64 Server in an Architecture-focused White Paper

Get scalable and manageable x64 computing in dense and serviceable rackmount enclosures with the Sun Fire X4640 server. Based on the latest six-core AMD Opteron processors, this server can help scale, virtualize, and consolidate datacenter infrastructure. Learn how in a 44-page Sun white paper that examines the server's architecture, along with its key software components.
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20 Aug 2009 The Solaris Operating System - Optimized for the AMD Opteron Processor [22158]
A Guide for Developers and Sys Admins

Several knowledgeable hands at Sun have collaborated in preparing the Sun BluePrints Online document "The Solaris Operating System Optimized -- for the AMD Opteron Processor." The authors state their intention was to create a quick reference guide for developers and system administrators who want to optimize applications running on Solaris and AMD Opteron processors. The paper describes technical details about specific features and capabilities that can be implemented in the Solaris ecosystem to make the best use of multicore AMD Opteron processors.
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28 Jul 2009 Sun Blade X6240 and X6440 Server Modules with Six-Core AMD Opteron Processors [22150]
Six-Core Performance in the Same Quad-Core Footprint

The Sun Blade X6240 and X6440 server modules now support the six-core AMD Opteron processors. Find out more about the specific model numbers and what features these new six-core processors offer. Sun also announced that the Sun Blade X6240 now supports 8GB DIMMs, and that there are new Assemble-to-Order (ATO) blade assemblies required for both Sun Blade X6240 and X6440 server modules with the new six-core processors.
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