Vendor’s description: Traditionally, telecom workloads have been implemented using custom technologies such as FPGA, DSP, and NPUs in proprietary telecom form factors. When the Sun Netra CP3260 ATCA blade server is configured with LDoms machine virtualization technology, however, it can enable radical consolidation of many of these workloads using the Sun Unified Network Platform (SUN-P). SUN-P is a comprehensive architecture for network Control and Data Plane application development to help network equipment providers (NEPs) develop and optimize solutions on Oracle’s telecommunications platform. The blade can be plugged into any of the user node slots of the Sun Netra CT900 ATCA blade server, or any ATCA/PICMG 3.0- and 3.1-compliant chassis. It supports the basic PICMG 3.0 system management features, functioning with the same compatibility and availability of other ATCA-compliant blades. The Sun Netra CP3260 ATCA blade server is a single-blade solution that enables extreme compute density per shelf and rack. The server is powered by the highly integrated, low-power UltraSPARC T2 processor, with industry-leading memory capacity provided by its eight memory sockets. The server has a balanced I/O architecture through the use of new AdvancedRTM technology, which provides high-speed x8 PCIe, 10 Gigabit Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, and serial connections to Zone 3 in a standardized way.
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