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Oracle adds NVIDIA Tesla P100 to its Cloud and X7 Servers

Oracle is adding NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs to its cloud and X7 server series to service the AI and Deep Learning fields to drive growth in its platforms

Oracle SPARC M8 released with 32 cores 256 threads 5.0GHz

The new Oracle SPARC M8 has 32 cores, 256 threads, a 5.0GHz maximum clock speed and hardware crypto, compression, and SQL on Chip accelerators

New Oracle Server X7-2 Touts Solaris Support

Oracle is marketing its newest server, the Oracle Server X7-2, headlining Solaris support after the company cut most of the OS support staff

New Oracle Fujitsu SPARC M12 Servers Launched with 384 Cores and...

The new Oracle Fujitsu SPARC M12 servers have been launched with up to 32x 12 core 4.25GHz CPUs and 32TB of RAM inside

Oracle Sonoma low-cost SPARC with integrated FDR Infiniband

We take a look at the forthcoming Oracle Sonoma which is a low cost SPARC processor with integrated FDR Infiniband

Intel DC P3605 1.6TB NVMe SSD Spotted

We spot an Intel DC P3605 1.6TB NVMe SSD available for sale. This drive has not been officially announced by Intel from what we can tell.

ZFS Safe? NetApp and Oracle Agree to Dismiss ZFS Lawsuit

On September 12, 2010 NetApp and Oracle agreed to dismiss an ongoing lawsuit over ZFS and WAFL. The original suit was filed by NetApp...

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In a gift to AMD EPYC sales efforts, Intel offers initial enterprise benchmarks with Meltdown and Spectre patches which will close the gap between EPYC and Skylake-SP performance
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We test T series Intel Xeon Scalable to see if there is a performance...

Do the Intel Xeon Scalable "T" series CPUs perform differently than their standard counterparts? We test single and dual Intel Xeon Silver 4116 and 4116T configurations to confirm they perform about the same