Oracle Updates SPARC Servers

The new T5 SPARC processor is a step up from the T4 that Oracle announced in September of 2011.SPARC T5

Marshall Choy, Oracle’s director of systems solutions and business planning, explained to ServerWatch that Oracle is now positioning the T4 as the entry level for SPARC systems. The T5, which will be available in a single-socket blade as well as two-, four- and eight-socket rack server configurations, is set to be the mid-range of Oracle’s server portfolio.

The M5 will represent the high-end SPARC system with a 32-socket server system. Both the T5 and the M4 are derived from the same S3 core SPARC architecture.  The T5 has 16 cores per processor, while the M5 has a six-core architecture and a larger memory cache.

Read the full story at ServerWatch:
Oracle Accelerates Servers with New T5 and M5 SPARC Lines

Sean Michael Kerner is a senior editor at, the news service of the IT Business Edge Network, the network for technology professionals Follow him on Twitter @TechJournalist.

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