Oracle T3-1 Server
SPARC T3-1 Server – Oracle Servers
The Oracle SPARC T3-1 (Oracle SPARC T3-1) Server is a reliable solution designed especially for web infrastructure applications. Powered by the 16-core 1.65GHz SPARC T3 processor, the Oracle T3-1 Server boasts twice the throughput, twice the memory and quadruple the I/O bandwidth compared to its predecessors. With 128 gigabytes of main memory, the Oracle SPARC T3-1 Server can handle up to 128 simultaneous threads.
Oracle engineers designed the SPARC T3-1 Server with many demanding applications in mind, including web serving, virtualization, consolidation, middleware, app development and Java applications, among others. For storage, the Oracle T3-1 Server supports eight or 16 300-gigabyte 2.5” SAS drives. Thanks to the T3 processor's innovative on-chip crypto acceleration, the SPARC T3-1 maximizes security without hindering performance.
SPARC T3-1 Server Specifications:Processor: SPARC T3, 16 cores, 1.65GHz, multi-threaded 10 Gigabit Ethernet PCI integrated, on-chip cryptography
Number of processors: 1
Architecture: SPARC V9, ECC-protected
Memory: 128 GB (maximum) via 16 DIMMs; supports 2 GB/4 GB/8 GB DDR3 DIMMs
Storage: 8 or 16 2.5” SAS-2/SATA-2 drives, supports 300 GB/600 GB SAS drives or 32 GB SATA in 8-disk backplane
Interfaces: 4 10/100/1000 Mbps Ethernet, 2 optional 10 GbE XAUI, 6 PCI Express 2.0 slots, 4 USB 2.0 ports, 1 HD15 VGA port, 1 SATA DVD+/-RW (front-accessible), 1 RJ-45 management port
Power: 2 AC 1200 W supplies, redundant and hot-swappable
Operation systems: Oracle Solaris
Height: 3.49” (88.65 mm)
Width: 17.6” (447 mm)
Depth: 26.5” (673.1 mm)
Weight: 60 lbs. (27.2 kg)
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