Oracle Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120

Vendor’s description: The Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 server is the first 64-thread, general-purpose server powered by UltraSPARC T2 “system on a chip” processor. It packs up to eight cores and up to 64 simultaneous threads onto a single piece of silicon, together with the key functions of an entire system on a single chip—computing, networking, security, and I/O. And it’s all delivered in a compact 1RU form factor. The Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 server offers the industry’s only built-in and no-cost virtualization technologies with a choice of Oracle Solaris Containers and Oracle VM Server for SPARC (previously called Sun Logical Domains). By enabling up to 64 isolated domains per server, you can deploy more than 2,500 isolated domains per rack for ultimate server virtualization and consolidation. The Sun SPARC Enterprise T5120 server is also the industry’s most open platform. It is built on open source technologies and open standards, packaging the only mainstream processor and virtualization hypervisor offered under the GPL, and pre-loaded with Oracle Solaris Operating System and pre-installed software tools. The Oracle Solaris Operating System is free, open, and the only open source UNIX-based OS to run on more than 900 platforms on multiple x86 and SPARC processors.

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