April 26, 2011
Sun blade servers provide foundation for Sandia supercomputer; organization achieves tenfold increase in computational capacity, reduces energy consumption and cost by 77 percent
REDWOOD SHORES, Calif., April 26 -- Oracle
Increase in Computational Power, Reduction in Energy Usage and Costs
o Gained a tenfold increase in computational capacity.
o Reduced energy consumption and cost by 77 percent with Red Sky.
o Achieved a peak performance of more than 500 trillion mathematical operations per second.
o Removed 90 percent of the heat load on servers using the Sun Cooling Door energy-efficient cooling systems.
o Saved 5 million gallons of water per year.
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Source: Oracle Corp.
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