Oracle Sun Netra T2000

Vendor’s description: The Sun Netra T2000 server incorporates the UltraSPARC T1 processor, which delivers up to 32 simultaneous execution threads in a rack-optimized 2RU enclosure. The server integrates four Gigabit Ethernet ports to provide connectivity for high-speed, high-bandwidth networking. System uptime is enhanced by redundant hot-swappable AC/DC power supplies and hot-pluggable disk drives. Additionally, the Sun Netra T2000 server comes with Advanced Lights Out Management (ALOM), enabling simple remote monitoring and management from anywhere on the network. As with other Sun Netra servers, the Sun Netra T2000 server is a ruggedized NEBS Level 3-certified (DC version only) and ETSI-compliant system, making it ideal for the most demanding applications in the toughest environments. With the Solaris 10 operating system, this server provides a highly efficient and secure application environment. These capabilities, along with UltraSPARC processor-based server binary compatibility, provide customers with unmatched agility, efficiency, and investment protection.

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