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Sun launches new storage blade, server module lines

Sun Microsystems, Inc. today expanded its systems portfolio with the addition of a new storage blade and two new se...


October 21, 2008  


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Sun Microsystems, Inc. today expanded its systems portfolio with the addition of a new storage blade and two new server modules targeted at improving efficiency in the enterprise.

The Sun Blade 6000 disk module, Sun’s first Open Storage blade, offers up to 1.2 TB of storage capacity.

The UltraSPARC T2 Plus-based Sun Blade T6340 server module is designed to consolidate and virtualize Web scale applications, large scale databases, ERP and CRM.

The Sun Blade X6240 server module, based on the Quad-Core AMD Opteron processor, is designed for high performance computing (HPC).

Sun also announced the Sun Netra CP3250 ATCA, a new Intel Xeon blade server built for the telco market.