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09 Jun 2009 University of Central Florida Improves its Storage Area Network with Sun Solution [21784]
Built with Sun Stoarge, Servers, and Solaris 10

Sun helps University of Central Florida (UCF) solve many challenges for increasing throughput and storage capacity. UCF turned to Sun Solutions because it needed to implement a scalable, reliable storage area network. However, it also needed to increase computing power, improve efficiency and cost effectiveness, and deploy more cost-effective storage for its disaster-recovery program.
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03 Apr 2009 Clemson University Adopts Sun's HPC Cluster [21543]
HPC Success Story: At Clemson University, SC Research Facility

Clemson University, South Carolina adopts a High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster that includes blade servers, storage systems, software, and services from Sun Microsystems. Clemson's HPC factory-integrated solution provided faster deployment, and helped solve many challenges, including the need for more compute power, a stable infrastructure, and a higher compute density.
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01 Apr 2009 Good News from Sun Marketing [21606]
April 2009

Each month Sun Marketing publishes the "Good News" about Sun. This month there are 17 items and three groups:

  • Customers Choose Sun: Solaris and Intel's Xeon 5500 Series, Sun Modular Datacenter, Sun Constellation System, OpenSolaris, MySQL, Sun CoolThreads, OpenOffice
  • Leading Market Conversations: open source, cloud computing, Virtual Data Center, open storage, flash memory, Sun Modular Datacenter
  • Product Reviews Underscore Innovation: Sun Storage 7110 Unified Storage System, Sun SPARC Enterprise T5220 Server, JavaFX, Sun Fire X4140 Server

A two-page PDF of the "Good News" from Sun is available in English and several other languages.
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16 Mar 2009 32GB SSDs Offered in Nine Sun Blade and Sun SPARC Enterprise Servers [21461]
Easily Placed in HDD Slots for Instant Performance Improvements

When compared to traditional hard disk drives, Sun Enterprise Solid-State Drive (SSD) delivers 70 times faster response time, 38% less power/GB, 98% less power/IO, and more shock resistance. Nine Sun server systems now offering 2.5-inch 32GB SATA SSD) include Sun Blade X6250, 6320, 6340, 6450, and Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120, T5140, T5220, T5240, T5440. Currently SSDs are available only as X-options and for inclusion in the ATO (assemble to order) process.
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12 Jan 2009 Sun Posts Figures on Measured Watts/Measured Performance of Servers [21178]
Includes UltraSPARC T1 and T2, Xeon and Opteron-based Servers

Disagreement over the interpretation of power consumption figures on datacenter cooling continues throughout the industry, and BM Seer's latest blog duly notes the controversy. Seer writes, "Real measured watts on a variety of workloads with real-sized memory configurations is critical to truly inform customers." His post includes figures on the UltraSPARC T1 and T2-based servers, as well as Xeon-based and Opteron-based servers.
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