Thursday Aug 07, 2008

160 Sun Servers to Power NBC's Olympics Web Site

Rich Green reports that NBC Universal selected Sun to provide the technology platform for its official Olympics web site.

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Wednesday Jul 09, 2008

Sun Education Essentials: New Offerings Through September 2008

The Sun Education Essentials program helps U.S. educational institutions solve big problems on a small budget.

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Sun Announces New Open Storage Products

Today Sun introduces products such as the Sun Storage J4000 array family, which offers more storage density, connectivity, and availability, and up to 10x more available capacity than traditional JBOD products. Also new is the Sun Fire X4540 storage server. The J400 array family combined with the Sun Fire X4500 storage server series offers multiple capacities scaling from 1 TB to 480 TB in a single OS image.

Monday Jul 07, 2008

Resources for Sun SPARC Enterprise T5140 and T5240 Servers

Sys admin resources and documentation are now available for these servers. These 1U and 2U dual-socket servers use Sun's UltraSPARC T2 Plus processor with CoolThreads technology.

Thursday May 29, 2008

Run MySQL on Sun Systems

See how running the world's most popular open-source database, MySQL, on Sun systems delivers extreme scalability, price and performance, and breakthrough eco-efficiency, with global 24 x 7 support. Learn more.

Tuesday May 13, 2008

New Sun x64 Systems With Quad-Core AMD Opteron Processors

Check out the quad-core availability for the newest additions to Sun's x64 product line: the Sun Fire X4140, X4240, and X4440 servers. In addition, Sun is offering AMD quad-core support for the Sun Blade X8440 and Sun Fire X4200 M2, X4100 M2, and X2200 M2 servers. 

Wednesday Dec 05, 2007

Achieving Near Linear Scalability Using Solaris On NUMA Architectures

Read how one Sun engineer increased application performance on servers that use Non-Uniform Memory Architecture (NUMA).

Tuesday Oct 16, 2007

Sun Enterprise Servers Deliver

The new Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 and T5220 servers and the Sun Blade T6320 server module are the result of a unified approach to system design that spans Sun's x64 and chip multithreading (CMT) architectures and delivers virtualization capabilities, Web-scale performance, and energy efficiency throughout the product line. 

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