Oracle SPARC T3-1B Blade
SPARC T3-1B Blade Server – Oracle Blades
The Oracle SPARC T3-1B Blade Server is a highly flexible solution geared toward enterprise-class datacenters. Powered by the 16-core SPARC T3 processor, the Oracle SPARC T3-1B Blade boasts twice the throughput, twice the memory and quadruple the I/O bandwidth over its predecessors. The Oracle T3-1B, which features a compact design, can handle up to 128 simultaneous threads and 16 floating point units. With 16 DIMMs, the T3-1B Blade scales to 128 gigabytes of main memory.
As many as 10 SPARC T3-1B blades fit into a single Sun Blade 6000 Chassis, making for an extremely dense and efficient computing environment. Thanks to the T3 processor's innovative on-chip cryptographic accelerators, the T3-1B offers top-class security without sacrificing performance. Oracle's Integrated Lights Out Management (ILOM) minimizes administration costs while maximizing uptime.
Oracle SPARC T3-1B Specifications:
Processor: SPARC T3, 1.65GHz, 8 or 16 cores, 128 threads, 16 floating points, dual multi-threaded 10 GbE PCIe integrated, on-chip cryptography
Cache: 6 MB integrated (Level 2)
Memory: 128 GB via 16 DIMMs; supports 2 GB/4 GB/8 GB DDR3 DIMMs
Network: 2 10/100/1000 Base-T Ethernet ports, 1 10/100 Base-T Ethernet port, 2 10 GB XAUI Ethernet ports (optional)
Storage: 8 SAS2.0 interfaces; up to 4 internal 300 GB SAS drives
Operating systems: Oracle Solaris 10
Height: 1.75” (44.45 mm)
Depth: 19.56” (496.82 mm)
Weight: 18 lbs. (8.3 kg), full configuration
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