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Articles for the keywords: SPARC Enterprise M8000
09 Apr 2012 Trade-in Older SPARC Servers, Get a $4,000 per CPU Allowance [25954]
Oracle's Upgrade Advantage Program Offer Expires May 31, 2012

Act now and get a trade-in allowance from Oracle on your old SPARC servers for a faster, more efficient SPARC Enterprise M8000, SPARC Enterprise M9000, or SPARC SuperCluster T4-4. The offer, which expires on May 31, 2012, and may not be combined with any other upgrade programs or promotions, includes a trade-in allowance of US$4000 per CPU. To learn more about the Upgrade Advantage Program (UAP) and other trade-ins, visit the UAP website. This is the perfect opportunity for savings and consolidation by reducing the number of systems in a datacenter or the number of datacenters in the organization.
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08 Jun 2011 SPARC Enterprise M8000 Outdoes IBM POWER7 on TPC-H@1TB Benchmark [24239]
HP Superdome 2 also Outperformed by M8000

Among the recent records set by Oracle technology is the one reported in SPARC Enterprise M8000 with Oracle 11g Beats IBM POWER7 on TPC-H @1000GB Benchmark. In this instance an Oracle SPARC Enterprise M8000 server configured with SPARC64 VII+ processors, Oracle's Sun Storage F5100 Flash Array storage, Oracle Solaris, and Oracle Database 11g Release 2 achieved a TPC-H performance result of 209,533 QphH@1000GB with price/performance of $10.13/QphH@1000GB, surpassing the performance of the IBM POWER7 server on the 1 TB TPC-H decision support benchmark.

The benchmark revealed that the SPARC Enterprise M8000 server delivers higher performance than the IBM Power 780 even though the SPARC VII+ processor-core is 1.6x slower than the POWER7 processor-core. The SPARC Enterprise M8000 server was found to be 27% faster than the IBM Power 780. IBM's reputed single-thread performance leadership did not provide benefit for throughput in this test.
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09 Feb 2011 An Offer You Cannot Refuse: Cash for Clunkers [23900]
Oracle Offers up to 50% off Sun Servers with Trade-in of Old HP Superdome

Enterprises running their apps on the tired, old HP Superdome now have an attractive offer that Oracle calls its "Cash for Clunkers" program, which offers customers a 50% discount on the Oracle Sun SPARC Enterprise M8000 and M89000 server series. The particulars of the deal are:

  • Trade in any HP Superdome server to receive 50% off the list price of all Sun SPARC Enterprise M8000 or M9000 server and eligible installed server options.

  • Offer good until May 31, 2011. Quotes with 50% discount generated prior to May 31, 2011 valid to the extent specified in quote terms and conditions.

Oracle sales representatives and Oracle partners have the complete details on this trade-in offer.
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30 Jun 2010 Sun Technology-related Knowledge Zones Launched [23256]
Learn How to Distinguish Your Offerings from the Competition

Partners interested in identity management, Oracle Exadata, MySQL, Oracle VM, Java, developer tools, Oracle Solaris, Sun servers, Sun storage, and Enterprise Manager Ops Center, now have an opportunity to become more knowledgeable and/or specialized in these areas via the Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN), which has launched new Knowledge Zones in each of these product lines. Knowledge Zones are designed to assist in making opportunities available to those specialized in a product and are meant to help companies distinguish their offerings from the competition.
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05 Mar 2010 South Australian Utility Implements ERP Upgrade Solutions from Sun [22756]
Realizes Gains in ERP Processing Times, Data Load Time

ETSA Utilities, South Australia's primary electricity distributors with 800,000 residential and business customers, faced the task of upgrading its legacy IT infrastructure that hosts the company's ERP system while at the same time improving the processing time of ERP system jobs and increasing the availability of ERP mission-critical systems. In addition, ETSA sought to reduce payroll processing time and improve data load time. The utility found the infrastructure it was looking for in the Sun product line.
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