Fujitsu and Oracle today said the enhanced Fujitsu M10-1, M10-4 and M10-4S servers come with the new SPARC64 X+ processor, which has 16 cores and runs at speeds up to 3.7 GHz, providing up to 30 percent more processing power than the previous SPARC64 X processor.
The new Fujitsu M10-4S server supports mixed SPARC64 X and X+ chassis in a single system, protecting previous IT investments, Oracle said.
In addition, the modular design and Physical Partition Dynamic Reconfiguration feature allow the Fujitsu M10-4S to grow by adding processors, memory and I/O with virtually no downtime.
The enhanced Fujitsu M10 servers allow customers to leverage large data sets and access the information for making real-time decisions.
The company optimized the performance and capacity of Fujitsu M10 servers via core-level CPU Activation and a modular architecture that supports server expansion to easily and economically match business growth.
The company said the Fujitsu M10 server line ranges from one SPARC64 X+ processor up to 64 SPARC64 X+ processors.
The Fujitsu M10 servers support both Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Solaris 10, as well as Oracle Solaris Legacy Containers for the flexibility to run previous Oracle Solaris generations.
Akira Kabemoto, corporate senior vice president, Fujitsu, said: “With the extreme performance further improved by the new SPARC64 X+ processors, the enhanced Fujitsu M10 will contribute to customers’ competitiveness by improving business efficiency and accelerating decision-making.”