TITLE

SOLARIS 10 OS ON PRIMEPOWER SERVERS LAUNCHED

PUB. DATE
January 2005
SOURCE
UNIX Update;Jan2005, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p1
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article reports on the availability of the Solaris 10 Operating System from Sun Microsystems on PRIMEPOWER servers from Fujitsu Computer Systems. Solaris 10 is the most innovative and enterprise-hardened UNIX Operating System in the market, delivering the highest levels of reliability, flexibility and ease-of-use, all inside an enterprise-level secure operating environment. PRIMEPOWER servers with the Solaris 10 operating system enable maximum availability and reliability for mission critical applications to reduce costs and complexity. Some of the highlights include the Dtrace diagnostic engine for analysis and greater performance, Solaris Containers software that allows partitioning and workload management, and the new ZFS file system that gives customers flexibility to manage data and increase storage utilization. With outstanding performance records, PRIMEPOWER servers, from 2-processor systems through 128-processor systems, are leading the way in the field of UNIX servers. The addition of Solaris 10 to this impressive product family increases the overall market acceptance and enhances its competitiveness. PRIMEPOWER servers are 100% compatible with the Solaris Operating Environment.
ACCESSION #
15501439

 

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