Oracle T3-4 Server
SPARC T3-4 Server – Oracle T3 Servers
The Oracle SPARC T3-4 Server is a highly efficient solution that's perfect for enterprise-level consolidation and virtualization. Powered by up to four 16-core SPARC T3 processors, the Oracle SPARC T3-4 Server scales to 512 gigabytes (GB) of main memory via four 8 GB DIMMs and 4.8 terabytes (TB) of internal disk storage when equipped with eight 2.5” 600-gigabyte serial attached SCSI (SAS) drives. Oracle engineers designed the SPARC T3-4 Server for many demanding applications, including Java, virtualization, CRM, ERP, SCM, web serving and multimedia, among other things.
As many as eight 5U SPARC T3-4 servers fit into an industry-standard rack. This makes for an incredibly dense computing environment that's ready to tackle the most taxing mission-critical and back-office applications. With the zero-cost Oracle VM Server (formerly known as Sun Logical Domains), your SPARC T3-4 can handle up to 128 isolated domains.
SPARC T3-4 Server Specifications:Processor: SPARC T3, 1.65GHz, 16 cores, 16 floating points, on-chip cryptography
Number of processors: 2 or 4
Architecture: SPARC V9, ECC-protected
Cache (per processor): 6 megabytes (MB), Level 2 (L2)
Memory: 512 GB, 8 GB DIMMs; 4 GB DIMMs also supported
Storage: Up to eight 300 GB/600 GB 2.5” SAS
Network: Two quad small form-factor pluggable (QSFP) ports (optional), four 1G network ports
Expansion: 16 x8 PCIe Gen 2 module slots
Power: Four AC 2,060W, hot-swappable and redundant
Operating system: Oracle Solaris 10
Form factor: 5U
Height: 8.62” (219 mm)
Width: 17.5” (445 mm)
Depth: 27.6” (700 mm)
Weight: 175 lbs. (79 kg.)
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Further reading on the Oracle T3-4 Server:PCWorld: Oracle defies skeptics with SPARC T3 servers
The Register: Larry Ellison's first SPARC chip and server