Vendor’s description: Oracle’s Sun Blade X6275 Server Module packs two powerful compute nodes into a package typically found in single-node modules. We didn't stop there. Oracle's Sun Blade X6275 is the first blade server to support on-board quad data rate (QDR) Infiniband. We put the Infiniband silicon directly on the server module so customer don't need an adapter to the Sun Blade 6048 Chassis. As compute nodes, Oracle's Sun X6275 pushes the limit of performance, providing up to nine TFLOPS of peak performance per fully populated Sun Blade 6048 Chassis. At 64 Gigabit-per-second (bidirectional) bandwidth, the on-board Infiniband silicon provides maximal throughput and low latency, eliminating the possibility of I/O bottlenecks. Combining the Sun Blade X6275 server module with the Sun Blade 6048 IB QDR Switched NEM enables support for petascale clusters. Powered by Intel Xeon processor 5500 series CPUs with Intel QPI, Turbo Boost, and Hyper-Threading Technologies to run the most demanding applications,Consistent with all Sun Blade platforms, I/O is off the server module, hot pluggable, and externally accessible for ease of serviceability. In addition, only Sun Blade systems offer unique I/O per server module for maximum flexibility. The Sun Blade X6275 server module also comes equipped with on-board service processors that enable each node to be managed like an individual rackmount server, so no additional training is required. In addition, the Sun Blade X6275 server module helps customers scale their computing resources without adding complexity. When combined with Oracle’s rich portfolio of software, storage, and service offerings, this server module helps reduce cost and complexity while accelerating time to revenue for the most demanding applications and simulations.
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