Fujitsu and Oracle Announce Worldwide Availability of Fujitsu M10 Servers
Fujitsu and Oracle's New SPARC Servers Help Customers Optimize
Investment While Enjoying the Utmost Reliability
REDWOOD SHORES, CA and TOKYO -- (Marketwired) -- 04/10/13 -- Oracle
-- Continuing their more than 20-year partnership and leadership in
mission-critical computing, Fujitsu and Oracle today announced the
worldwide availability of Fujitsu M10 servers, based on the 16-core
SPARC64 X processor.
-- Fujitsu M10 servers deliver mainframe class reliability, availability
and serviceability (RAS) adopted from Fujitsu's 60-years of mainframe
development with maximum scalability for mission-critical workloads.
-- Fujitsu M10 servers scale dynamically from 1 to 64 processors in a
modular architecture with core-level CPU Activation that allows
customers to easily add resources in Building Blocks to meet changing
workload requirements without downtime for existing applications.
-- Featuring breakthrough technology including Software on Chip and
Liquid Loop Cooling, Fujitsu M10 servers provide highly flexible
system configurations with physical partitioning as well as built-in,
no-cost virtualization technologies via Oracle VM Server for SPARC and
Oracle Solaris Zones.
-- Fujitsu M10 servers support both Oracle Solaris 10 and 11 and with the
Oracle Solaris Guarantee Program are binary compatible with all
current and past SPARC servers for added investment protection.
-- "NTT DATA sincerely welcomes Fujitsu's release of the Fujitsu M10
servers. We have evaluated and confirmed the high performance of
Fujitsu M10 that stems from Fujitsu's high-performance supercomputer
technology. In recent years the utilization of information has become
an important factor in the success or failure of our business. The
need for high-speed processing of large amounts of data, such as Big
Data, is dramatically increasing. We believe the announcement of
Fujitsu M10 gives us a solution that inspires confidence for our
customers. We look forward to further accelerating the adoption of
Fujitsu M10 into our IT infrastructure to matc
h the Big Data era with
high performance processing capacity. The future is full of
opportunities to greatly extend functionality and support customer
business in new ways. We, NTT DATA, will use the exciting new
technologies in Fujitsu M10 to drive the development of new IT
solutions that in turn directly advance our customers' business," said
Mr. Hiroshi Endo, Senior Vice President of Solution & Technology
Company, NTT DATA Corporation.
-- "Fujitsu M10 delivers extreme performance that enables customers to
further improve their competitiveness with real-time decisions in the
ever-changing world," said Noriyuki Toyoki, Corporate Senior Vice
President, Fujitsu. "Fujitsu M10 is our commitment to bring big
results to customers in the Big Data era, helping customers maximize
their ROI with unique dynamic scalability and mainframe-class
-- "Oracle welcomes the all new Fujitsu M10 servers to the SPARC family,"
said Oracle Chief Corporate Architect Edward Screven. "Oracle and
Fujitsu's strong collaboration exemplifies Oracle's commitment to
achieve extreme performance by engineering hardware and software
together to benefit customers."
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people support customers in more than 100 countries. We use our
experience and the power of ICT to shape the future of society with
our customers. Fujitsu Limited (TSE: 6702) reported consolidated
revenues of 4.5 trillion yen (US$54 billion) for the fiscal year
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