Oracle, which just landed recently ousted HP CEO Mark Hurd, unveiled next-generation Sun Netra servers and blades. The expansion of its portfolio is geared toward the needs of the communications industry, says TopNews.
The two new Sun Netra servers paired with the mission-critical Solaris OS aim to increase the reliability and scalability for operators delivering 24/7 communication services. Oracle’s Sun Netra CP3270 Advanced Telecom Computing Architecture (ATCA) blade server features four cores and eight threads and is based on Oracle’s low-power LC5518 processor and its related 5520 chipset, according to The Register.
The Oracle Sun Netra X4270 two-socket rack server has 18 DDR memory slots and supports both 4GB and 8GB memory sticks.