Oracle Sun Fire X4275

Vendor’s description: Superior storage at its most cost-effective—that’s the bottom line with Sun Fire X4275 server. It provides 12 TB of raw storage with up to 8 Gb/sec of streaming, offering significant savings in $/stream1 as well as savings in energy and space for your next digital media server. Along with reduced energy and space costs, the system offers extreme storage density with SSDs. This, combined with the powerful Solaris ZFS File System from Oracle, enables the system to minimize silent data corruption and volume management, making it a powerful choice for data warehousing applications. The Sun Fire X4275 server also simplifies and streamlines the expansion of storage capacity. Supporting all 32-bit and 64-bit x86 applications, the server scales with your business, offering a choice of operating system and optimal compute, memory, I/O, and storage density to enable seamless scaling within and without. Leading its class in multimedia streaming applications, the Sun Fire X4275 server leverages eight high-performance Intel Xeon processor 5500 series cores and the new Intel QuickPath Architecture for maximal compute power. Availability is ensured with redundant, hot-swappable disks, fans, and power supplies for maximal uptime. And the Sun Fire X4275 server leverages Oracle’s experience and innovation to provide your data center with superior management, reliability, and serviceability while protecting your IT investment now and into the future.

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