SPARC Enterprise Systems & Servers

Oracle is the only vendor to offer an integrated virtualisation portfolio that addresses these challenges by enabling enterprise consolidation at no additional cost. By consolidating applications on fewer, more powerful and more efficient servers, Oracle's virtualisation capabilities allow you to maximise ROI for IT assets, reduce costs, and increase efficiency - while delivering the flexibility to meet evolving business requirements.If you need to deliver increased performance at a lower cost, BSi and Oracle have the right solution.

Oracle's SPARC servers running Oracle Solaris are ideal for mission-critical applications that require best-in-class availability, scalability, and manageability. The SPARC server family includes systems designed for optimal performance on all application tiers, from highly concurrent Web applications to complex enterprise applications and data warehouses.

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  • Fujitsu M10-1 Server

    Performance and Mission-Critical Availability in a Compact Form Factor

    The Fujitsu M10-1 server is a space saving, entry-level server with high performance, high reliability, and no-cost virtualization ideal..
  • Fujitsu M10-4 Server

    Mainframe Reliability with Industry-Leading Virtualization

    The Fujitsu M10-4 server is a compact, high-performance, 64-core, midrange server with no-cost virtualization that is ideal for deploying..
  • Fujitsu M10-4S Server

    Unmatched Scalability and Mainframe Reliability in a Modular System

    The Fujitsu M10-4S server is a modular system that combines building blocks for creating a scale-up server with up to 64 processors and up..
  • Oracle SPARC Enterprise M3000 Server

    EXTREME PERFORMANCE AND MISSION-CRITICAL RAS AT AN ENTRY-LEVEL PRICE

    The SPARC Enterprise M3000 server running the industry-leading Oracle Solaris Operating System is an affordable, single-processor server..
  • Oracle SPARC Enterprise M4000 Server

    MAINFRAME-CLASS RAS AND UNMATCHED INVESTMENT PROTECTION

    You can’t afford to have business-critical services go offline. To meet these increasing demands for compute services, platforms must be..
  • Oracle SPARC Enterprise M5000 Server

    MAINFRAME-CLASS RAS AND UNMATCHED INVESTMENT PROTECTION

    Oracle’s mid-range SPARC Enterprise M5000 server delivers leading reliability, flexibility, and binary compatibility in a value-priced..
  • Oracle SPARC Enterprise M8000 Server

    MAINFRAME RELIABILITY WITH INDUSTRY-LEADING VIRTUALIZATION

    Designed for large organizations and demanding applications that require 24/7 mission-critical, the high-end SPARC Enterprise M8000 server..
  • Oracle SPARC Enterprise M9000 Server

    MAINFRAME RELIABILITY WITH INDUSTRY-LEADING VIRTUALIZATION AND EXTREME SCALABILITY

    With mainframe-class features, the high-end SPARC Enterprise® M9000 server is Oracle’s highest performance and largest multiprocessor..
  • Oracle SPARC M5-32 Server

    Highest Performance and Best RAS in a Single Server

    Oracle’s SPARC M5-32 server is a massively scalable SMP data center server that is designed for very large business-critical workloads..
  • Oracle SPARC M6-32 Server

    Extreme Performance. In-Memory Computing.

    Powered by the new SPARC M6 processors, the SPARC M6-32 server is Oracle's big memory machine. With twice the throughput of its predecessor..
  • Oracle SPARC M7-16 Server

    Massively Scalable, Secure, In-Memory Computing with the Highest Uptime and Capacity

    With a large memory footprint and high availability for running Oracle Database and enterprise applications in memory, this 16-socket..
  • Oracle SPARC M7-8 Server

    Highly Scalable, Secure, In-Memory Computing with Outstanding Uptime and Capacity

    Ideal for enterprise applications, this expandable eight-socket server accelerates Oracle Database In-Memory and provides high availability..

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