Fujitsu and Sun unveil new high-performance server - Data and Server Racks
Just recently, Japan's Fujitsu announced the upcoming launch of two new entry-level servers that will be powered by Intel Core processors.
Now, it has been confirmed that the two technology firms have upgraded their SPARC Enterprise M3000 rack-mount server with enhanced hardware, including a quad-core SPARC64 VII processor capable of achieving processing speeds of 2.75GHz.
As before, the server will enable business users to run a number of enterprise applications, including customer relationship management software, while it will also allow for the input of multiple other servers into its compact server rack chassis.
Unveiling the new technology, Fujitsu corporate vice president Noriyuki Toyoki said: "With the new SPARC64 VII processor, SPARC Enterprise M3000 servers provide even more distinguished application performance and will allow customers to grow their business performance significantly."
California-based Sun Microsystems builds processors and workstations, in addition to computer servers.
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