Fujitsu has announced that its space-saving Fujitsu M10-1 as well as the compact Fujitsu M10-4 mid-range servers are now available worldwide in additional configurations featuring the new 3.7GHz SPARC64 X+ 8 core processors. The new Fujitsu M10 servers would feature significant performance improvements.
When coupled with the Fujitsu M10 servers’ “industry-leading” compute capability, the enhanced servers can cut batch processing times for business data and tackle a broad range of Big Data analyses – from such sources as SNS, sensors and mobile devices – to accelerate decision making and increase business productivity.
The Fujitsu M10 server family running Oracle Solaris would provide performance and flexible capacity to meet the growing needs of organizations across all industries. The new Fujitsu M10-1 and M10-4 models offer the same higher per core performance of the high-end Fujitsu M10-4S server.
The compact 1U Fujitsu M10-1 servers and the powerful workhorse Fujitsu M10-4 servers are now offered in three processor speeds, allowing organizations to get more from their IT investments. Fujitsu M10, with Oracle Solaris and the highly scalable Oracle Database 12c, would be well-suited for mission-critical applications.
“The new Fujitsu M10 entry-level and mid-range server models strengthen the overall Fujitsu M10 portfolio’s ability to meet customers’ needs and improve return on their investments,” said Akira Kabemoto, Senior Executive Vice President, Fujitsu Limited. “Fujitsu M10 features Software on Chip (SWoC)(3) together with Oracle’s technologies, including Oracle Solaris 11.2 with OpenStack and Oracle Database In-Memory, provides mission-critical enterprise solutions for cloud and Big Data in today’s modern enterprises.”
Oracle and Fujitsu Collaboration
Since the worldwide release of Fujitsu M10 UNIX server in 2013, the Fujitsu and Oracle SPARC collaboration has led many customers to trust their organizations IT infrastructure needs to Fujitsu M10 servers.
“The new Fujitsu M10 servers offer enhanced options for customers seeking mission-critical computing solutions for cloud or data center deployments,” said Oracle Chief Corporate Architect Edward Screven. “This is the latest of many advances that have resulted from the strong, ongoing collaboration between Oracle and Fujitsu and demonstrates our commitment to providing the best technology solutions to help customers accelerate their businesses.”