Oracle Sun Blade X6450

Vendor’s description: The innovative diskless configuration of the Sun Blade X6450 server module is designed to boot from SAN or CompactFlash (CF), which provides greater security while consuming less power. With up to 192 GB of memory and 24 DIMM slots per server module, it has 50 percent greater memory capacity than rival blade servers. The Sun Blade X6450 server module comes with internal storage and integrated network connectivity. This scalable server module provides maximum ROI and gives you the headroom you need to expand your data center along with your business—without adding complexity. The Sun Blade X6450 server module is available with the Sun Blade 6000 and 6048 modular systems. With hardware-level virtualization, the Sun Blade X6450 server module offers enhanced energy efficiency to reduce power and cooling costs, and its denser design can help reduce size without compromising performance. This versatile system runs Oracle’s Solaris, Linux, Windows, and VMware operating systems, to ease standardization on a single hardware platform. It also enables you to run your existing 32-bit applications on the same hardware as you upgrade to next-generation 64-bit applications. Because it fits so much processing power into a compact footprint, the Sun Blade X6450 server module enables you to maximize availability with redundant deployment in the data center.

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