Oracle Sun Fire X4240

Vendor’s description: Today’s data center managers are under constant pressure to increase server performance for more users, customers, and new compute-intensive applications, while finding ways to conserve costs for equipment, power, cooling, and real estate. The Sun Fire X4240 server is designed to address these challenges, offering recordbreaking speed, exceptional system density and connectivity, advanced power and cooling efficiency, and simple-to-use integrated system management. The server’s massive hard drive and memory capacity, Six-Core AMD Opteron processors, superior expandability, and support for virtualization make it ideal for server consolidation initiatives, as well as for any large-scale manufacturing, research, science, Web, or business environment. Designed to ensure maximal investment protection, the Sun Fire X4240 server is expandable to 12 cores in a 2U system. ILOM—coupled with the Sun xVM Ops Center and Sun xVM Server—enables easy, effective administration, service, and support as well as high levels of management automation. Optimize your Sun Fire X4240 server implementation with Oracle’s support options. Oracle delivers proven expertise to help you achieve high availability within your IT infrastructures. Oracle can also help you architect, deploy, and manage your IT initiatives.

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