Oracle Sun Blade T6320 Server Module

Vendor’s description: The Sun Blade T6320 server module delivers maximum reliability. Its superior energy-efficient design helps prolong the life span of heat-sensitive components, and its advanced modular design helps minimize repair time, thereby greatly improving serviceability. It packs considerably more performance into a compact footprint than competing systems, protecting IT investments by helping ensure scalability today and into the future. Its management features streamline and simplify administration and maintenance, further reducing costs. Powered by chip multithreading (CMT) technology in Oracle’s Sun UltraSPARC T2 processor, the server module can execute up to 64 application threads—the best in the industry. Dual, multithreaded 10 Gigabit Ethernet, integrated on the UltraSPARC T2 processor, delivers up to 10x the performance of current network interface cards, without the cost of the cards. The Sun Blade T6320 server module supports both, Oracle Solaris Operating System and OpenSolaris OS. The free and open Solaris OS is a proven, industry leading operating system with features designed to save your business time and money.

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