T5, M5, M10 Server Announcement

March 26 2013

http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/events/sparc2013/index.html

The Oracle Solaris Studio 12.3, 1/13 Platform Specific Enhancement with support for SPARC M5, SPARC T5 and Fujitsu M10 systems is available for customers with a support contract on My Oracle Support. Search for Article ID 1519949.1 in the Knowledge Zone on MOS for more information.

 

http://www.fujitsu.com/global/news/pr/archives/month/2013/20130304-01.html

Fujitsu Pioneers Industry’s First Use of Water-Based Paint for Plastic Chassis ICT Equipment

Cuts use of petroleum resources by 54% and volatile organic compounds by 80% compared to solvent-based paints

SPARC M10-4S / Component coated in water-based paint

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T5-2,T5-4, T5-8, M5-16, M5-32

 

Oracle did not talk about M10 at allSad smile

T5, M5 and SPARC X all has core multipler =.5

Fujitsu M10 is announced on April 10, in Japan it is call SPARC M10

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5 Responses to T5, M5, M10 Server Announcement

  1. Hashi says:

    Source http://www.spec.org

    Benchmark: CINT2006

    Current Mid Range and High End Server Models:
    Fujitsu Sparc M10-4S: http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2013q2/cpu2006-20130325-25607.html
    Oracle Sparc T5-8: http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2013q2/cpu2006-20130325-25620.html
    SGI Altix 4700 Density System (Itanium 9150M 1.66GHz/24M): http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2007q4/cpu2006-20071029-02411.html
    Oracle X2-8 (Intel Xeon E7-8870 2.40 GHz): http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2012q4/cpu2006-20121104-24909.html

    Current Blade Server Models:
    Sparc T5-1B: http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2013q2/cpu2006-20130325-25620.html
    HP ProLiant BL480c (3.33 GHz, Intel Xeon X5260): http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results/res2008q1/cpu2006-20080107-02985.html

  2. Hashi says:

    one word upon the comparison: I did not choose the benchmarks to compare equal sized systems but to find the maximum performance for the distinct architecture.
    The Fujitsu M10 server delivers both: maximum scalability plus maximum single core performance. So that explains why Oracle did not like mentioning it😉
    But well: the T5-8 is at least number #2 in the current benchmark game, so: respect Oracle.
    And in terms of power consumption the T5 still looks neat (that’s what it was originally built for).
    Most important for me to see: those x86 systems really loose ground against SPARC S3 and SPARC 64. Well, someone should now compare the TCO of the systems. I guess 1000 x86 blades are much more expensive in TCO than one 64 core M10 system of the same performance ? As well as 20 x86 blades will cost more than one T5-1B blade.

  3. Hashi says:

    well, the IBM Power was not mentioned, so here is the full truth now😉

    Highest benchmark results for single system images is available with the SPARC Architecture which shows the best
    scalability up to and beyond 1024 cores

    Top Performer in Spec2006 Benchmarks with 1024 cores

    Benchmark “Hardware Vendor ” System # Cores Result
    CINT2006rate Fujitsu Fujitsu SPARC M10-4S 1024 23800,00
    CFP2006rate Fujitsu Fujitsu SPARC M10-4S 1024 19700,00

    For small systems (up to 16 cores) the Intel E5-2690 2.90 GHz still delivers best results (not counting the Cryo system, which was running under special cooling conditions at extreme clock rates).

    Top 5 CINT2006 16 core

    Benchmark “Hardware Vendor ” System # Cores Result
    CINT2006 Cryo Performance Computing Ltd Cryo Quad EUP-RO 4 61,70
    CINT2006 Fujitsu PRIMERGY BX924 S3, Intel Xeon E5-2690, 2.90 GHz 16 60,80
    CINT2006 Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX200 S7, Intel Xeon E5-2690, 2.90 GHz 16 60,70
    CINT2006 Fujitsu PRIMERGY RX350 S7, Intel Xeon E5-2690, 2.90 GHz 16 60,70
    CINT2006 Fujitsu PRIMERGY TX300 S7, Intel Xeon E5-2690, 2.90 GHz 16 60,70

    Top 5 CFP2006 16 core

    Benchmark “Hardware Vendor ” System # Cores Result
    CFP2006 Huawei Huawei CH121 V1 (Intel Xeon E5-2690) 16 97,30
    CFP2006 Huawei Huawei RH2288 V2 (Intel Xeon E5-2690) 16 97,30
    CFP2006 Oracle Sun Fire X4170 M3 (Intel Xeon E5-2690 2.9GHz) 16 96,80
    CFP2006 Oracle Sun Server X3-2 (Intel Xeon E5-2690 2.9GHz) 16 96,80
    CFP2006 Oracle Sun Blade X3-2B (Intel Xeon E5-2690 2.9GHz) 16 96,00

    For medium systems (up to 128 cores) the IBM Power Architecture still delivers best results.

    Top 5 CINT2006rate 128 core (showing best results per system if more than one compiler and OS)

    Benchmark “Hardware Vendor ” System # Cores Result
    CINT2006rate IBM Corporation IBM Power 795 (4.25 GHz) 128 6150,00
    CINT2006rate IBM Corporation IBM Power 780 (3.7 GHz, RHEL) 128 6130,00
    CINT2006rate Oracle Corporation SPARC T5-8 3.6GHz 128 3750,00
    CINT2006rate Bull SAS bullx S6030 (Intel Xeon X7560 2.3GHz) 128 3050,00
    CINT2006rate Fujitsu SPARC Enterprise M9000 SPARC64 VII+ 3.0GHz 128 1720,00

    Top 5 CFP2006rate 128 core (showing best results per system if more than one compiler and OS)

    Benchmark “Hardware Vendor ” System # Cores Result
    CFP2006rate IBM Corporation IBM Power 795 (4.25 GHz, 128 core) 128 5870,00
    CFP2006rate IBM Corporation IBM Power 780 (3.7 GHz, 128 core, RHEL) 128 4180,00
    CFP2006rate Oracle Corporation SPARC T5-8 3.6GHz 128 3020,00
    CFP2006rate Bull SAS bullx S6030 (Intel Xeon X7560) 128 2050,00
    CFP2006rate SGI Altix 4700 Bandwidth System (Itanium 9150M 1.66GHz/24M) 128 1950,00

    For large systems (up to 256 cores) the IBM Power Architecture still delivers best results.

    Top 5 CINT2006rate 256 core (showing best results per system if more than one compiler and OS)

    Benchmark “Hardware Vendor ” System # Cores Result
    CINT2006rate IBM Corporation IBM Power 795 (4.0 GHz, RedHat) 256 11300,00
    CINT2006rate Fujitsu Fujitsu SPARC M10-4S SPARC64 X 3GHz 256 6350,00
    CINT2006rate SGI Altix 4700 Density System (Itanium 9150M 1.66GHz/24M) 256 3350,00
    CINT2006rate Fujitsu SPARC Enterprise M9000 SPARC64 VII+ 3.0GHz 256 3150,00
    CINT2006rate SGI Altix 4700 Bandwidth System (Itanium 2 9040 1.6GHz/18M) 256 2970,00

    Top 5 CFP2006rate 256 core (showing best results per system if more than one compiler and OS)

    Benchmark “Hardware Vendor ” System # Cores Result
    CFP2006rate IBM Corporation IBM Power 795 (4.0 GHz, 256 core) 256 10500,00
    CFP2006rate Fujitsu Fujitsu SPARC M10-4S SPARC64 X 3GHz 256 5860,00
    CFP2006rate SGI Altix 4700 Bandwidth System (Itanium 2 9040 1.6GHz/18M) 256 3510,00
    CFP2006rate Fujitsu SPARC Enterprise M9000 SPARC64 VII+ 3.0GHz 256 2550,00
    CFP2006rate Fujitsu SPARC Enterprise M9000 SPARC64 VII 2.5GHz 256 2100,00

  4. speck says:

    however the real world applications do not benefit from IBM Power7 speed advantages:

    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 12.1.1 on Oracle SPARC T5-8 128 8 16 1 57422
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle WebLogic Server Standard Edition Release 10.3.5 on SPARC T4-4 32 4 8 4 40105
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle WebLogic Server Standard Edition Release 12.1.1 and Oracle Database 11gR2 on Oracle SPARC T5-8 using Solaris Zones 128 8 16 1 27844
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 12.1.1 on Oracle Sun Fire X4800 M2 80 8 10 1 27150
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 12.1.1 on Sun Server X2-8 80 8 10 1 27150
    SPECjEnt2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 10.3.5 on Cisco UCS B440 M2 Blade Server 40 4 10 2 26119
    SPECjEnt2010 Cisco Systems, Inc. Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 10.3.4 on Cisco UCS B440 M1 Blade Server 32 4 8 2 17302
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM Power 780 and DB2 9.7 on IBM Power 750 Express 64 8 8 1 16646
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM Power 780 and DB2 9.7 on IBM Power 750 Express 64 8 8 1 15885
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM System x HS22 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 X5 12 2 6 6 15830
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V8.5.5 and DB2 10.1 on IBM PowerLinux 7R2 16 2 8 1 13161
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V8.5 and DB2 10.1 on IBM Power 730 Linux 16 2 8 1 12067
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V8.5 and DB2 10.1 on IBM PowerLinux 7R2 16 2 8 1 12062
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 10.3.4 on Dell PowerEdge R910 40 4 10 1 11947
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V8.5 on 16-core LPAR IBM Power 780 and DB2 10.1 on 16-core LPAR IBM Power 780 32 8 4 1 10902
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V8.5 on IBM System x3650 M4 and DB2 10.1 on IBM System x3650 M4 16 2 8 1 9696
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 10.3.3 on Oracle SPARC T3-4 64 4 16 1 9456
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 10.3.6 on Sun Fire X4170 M3 16 2 8 1 8310
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 10.3.6 on Sun Server X3-2 16 2 8 1 8310
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM BladeCenter and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 8 2 4 8 7903
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM Power 750 Express and DB2 9.7 on IBM BladeCenter PS702 Express 32 4 8 1 7173
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V8.5 on IBM System HS22 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 X5 12 2 6 1 6295
    SPECjEnt2010 Oracle Corporation Oracle Weblogic Server Standard Edition Release 10.3.5 on Oracle Sun Blade X6270 M2 12 2 6 1 5427
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM System x3850 X5 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 X5 32 4 8 1 5141
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM Power 730 Express and DB2 9.7 on IBM BladeCenter PS701 Express 16 2 8 1 4062
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V8 on IBM System HS22 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 X5 12 2 6 1 3694
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM System x3850 X5 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 M2 32 4 8 1 3110
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM System x HS22 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 X5 12 2 6 1 2752
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V8 on IBM System x3650 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System HS22 8 2 4 1 2341
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM System x3650 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 X5 8 2 4 1 1813
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM System x HS22 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3650 12 2 6 1 1600
    SPECjEnt2010 HP SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1, MaxDB 7.8 on HP DL380 G6 X5570/X5560, Novell SLES10 8 2 4 1 1323
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM System x3650 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 8 2 4 1 1195
    SPECjEnt2010 HP SAP NetWeaver CE 7.1, MaxDB 7.8 on HP DL380 G6 X5570/X5560, Novell SLES10 8 2 4 1 1145
    SPECjEnt2010 IBM Corporation WebSphere Application Server V7 on IBM System x3650 and DB2 9.7 on IBM System x3850 8 2 4 1 1013

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