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Articles for the keywords: Sun Blade X6440
31 Mar 2010 Oracle Solaris Studio (Sun Studio) SPEC Benchmarks [22959]
Resource for Those Needing Benchmark Information

In the absence of a single source for Sun Studio SPEC benchmarks, Vijay Tatkar has assembled an informal single source of his own that leads users to useful information on the performance of a variety of Sun solutions.
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03 Aug 2009 Two SPEC Record Setting Results on the Sun Constellation System [22030]
CPU2006 Throughput World Records with Sun Blade X6440s in Sun Blade 6048 Chassis

World record SPEC CPU2006 rate results were attained by a Sun Constellation system composed of 48 Sun Blade X6440 server modules in a Sun Blade 6048 chassis, running OpenSolaris 2008.11 and using the Sun Studio 12 Update 1 compiler. Gnanakumar Rajaram reports on these results.
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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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22 Jul 2009 Sun CMT Servers Offer 1.6 GHz UltraSPARC T2 and T2 Plus Processors [22129]
Also Announced: Sun Open Network Systems Enterprise 2.0 Solution for Oracle, New Six-Core AMD Opteron-Processor Servers

Chip multi-threaded (CMT) Sun SPARC Enterprise systems now offer 1.6 GHz processors. When used with the recently released Logical Domains 1.2, users can expect to experience additional virtualization and compute performance, simplified management, a reduction in I/O bottlenecks and accelerated application response time, Sun reports. The company also announced the Sun Open Network Systems Enterprise 2.0 Solution for Oracle that claims enterprise infrastructure deployment at up to 75 percent faster rates than traditional approaches. Additionally, new x64 blades and rackmount servers with the latest six-core AMD Opteron processors are available.
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12 Jun 2009 Sun BluePrints: "Sun's High Performance Computing Reference Architecture" [21810]
Describes Sun Solutions for Both Large and Small Supercomputing Clusters

Sun is using their vast experience in building supercomputing clusters to create High Performance Computing (HPC) guidelines for its customers. HPC infrastructure is complex and configurations can be difficult to scale if not done properly. The Sun BluePrint "Sun's High Performance Computing Reference Architecture" is designed to attend to these challenges.
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