SUNNYVALE, Calif., Feb. 2 / -- Fujitsu Computer Systems today announced that PRIMEPOWER 2500, the high-end model of its PRIMEPOWER® server line, achieved a new world record in the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC®)(1) Java Business Benchmark 2005 (SPECjbb®2005), with performance of 1,157,619 business operations per second(2).
Fujitsu achieved the record with a 128-way PRIMEPOWER 2500 server using SPARC64® V processors, an internally developed high-performance, highly reliable processor, operating at 2.08 GHz. The results were made public on January 25, 2006 by the SPEC.
Fujitsu also announced the immediate availability of processor enhancements for the PRIMEPOWER entry-level and mid-range platforms resulting in performance gains of between 6 and 35 percent(3).
The PRIMEPOWER 250 and 450 servers now come with 1.65 GHz/3M SLC and 1.98 GHz/3M SLC SPARC64 V processor options. For the PRIMEPOWER 650 and 850 servers, a 2.16 GHz/4M SLC SPARC64 V processor option is available.
The PRIMEPOWER family of servers, from 2-processor systems through 128-processor systems, are leading the way in the field of UNIX® severs with their outstanding performance records. This leading position in terms of performance is accompanied by an outstanding level of data processing reliability in the UNIX RISC server market. PRIMEPOWER servers are not only suited for general use, but also for meeting the requirements of data centers and server consolidation. They offer an ideal range of product features in terms of flexibility, reliability, performance and scalability while meeting the constant demand for reductions in overall costs. PRIMEPOWER servers are one of the key building blocks that support the Fujitsu TRIOLE(TM) strategy for optimizing IT.
SPECjbb2005 is a benchmark test developed by the SPEC to evaluate the performance of servers running Java-based applications. It simulates the processing of actual wholesale industry business tasks, such as ordering, shipping, receipts and payment processing, inventory management and customer data management. Thus, the results can be used as an index of processing performance that reflects real-world business operations.
For more information on PRIMEPOWER servers, please see: http://www.computers.us.fujitsu.com/primepower/.
Fujitsu is committed to providing its customers with products, solutions and services that will further optimize their IT infrastructure and improve their business agility. Its TRIOLE strategy is the aggregate of three core principles: virtualization, automation and integration. Fujitsu has applied these principles to design and deliver highly adaptive IT solutions with the highest levels of compatibility and consistency. The result enables customers to increase efficiency, enhance agility and improve continuity now and into the future. For more information on the TRIOLE strategy please visit: www.fujitsu.com/triole.
About Fujitsu Computer Systems Corporation
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(1) The Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). The Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation is a non-profit organization that establishes, maintains and endorses standardized benchmarks to measure the performance of the newest generation of high-performance computers. For information on SPECjbb2005, please refer to the following site: http://www.spec.org/jbb2005/.
(2) Performance of 1,157,619 business operations per second: PRIMEPOWER 2500, equipped with 128 SPARC64 V (operating at 2.08 GHz) processors, achieved a performance of 1,157,619 business operations per second with 16 JVM instances, giving a performance of 72,351 business operations per second per JVM instance.
(3) Based on results of SPEC CPU performance benchmarks compared to previous 1.32 and 1.87 GHz processors.
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