Announcing: Oracle x86 Systems Product (X4-2)

On 12th of September, Oracle announced its new line of two-socket enterprise class Sun x86 servers, delivering, once again, the industry’s best x86 platform for running Oracle software.  The new Oracle Sun Server X4-2, Sun Server X4-2L and Sun Blade X4-2B systems are built with the new Intel® Xeon® E5-2600 v2 processors, also known as the Intel Ivy Bridge-EP processors. These servers are available immediately for quoting, ordering and shipment.

•     Oracle's new x86 servers pack in 50 percent more compute power than the previous generation.  This performance boost comes while remaining within the same power profile as the prior generation of servers, making them some of the greenest servers for running mission-critical Oracle software.

•    With the new Sun Server X4-2, Oracle has designed in the perfect balance of compute power, I/O bandwidth, and memory footprint in one rack unit, making it the best platform for high-density, clustered computing in an enterprise cloud environment.

•    Oracle raises the bar with the new Sun Server X4-2L, supporting more than 50 TB of internal storage and 24 CPU cores in two rack units.  By maximizing storage and compute density simultaneously, Sun Server X4-2L is the ideal platform for compute-intensive applications requiring large amounts of direct-attached storage.

•    The new Sun Blade X4-2B server module provides maximum compute and memory in a blade form factor, bringing the latest Intel Xeon processors to the Sun Blade 6000 modular system.

•    Oracle’s Sun x86 servers come included with advanced system management tools, Oracle Integrated Lights Out Manager and Oracle System Assistant. 

•    Oracle’s new Sun x86 servers include the Oracle Advanced Cooling System. This innovation uses cooling zones to maximize airflow at lower fan speeds while minimizing power consumption to ensure the maximum lifetime of temperature-sensitive components.

Please read the Product Bulletin on Oracle HW TRC for more details.

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