ADAX Announces Support for Oracle’s SPARC T4
Servers with Oracle Solaris 11 for Enterprise and Mission Critical
Oakland, CA – April 04 , 2012 – ADAX, a 30 year veteran
providing industry leading high-availability, high-performance Legacy
and Packet Processing products, announced today support of its industry-leading
HDC3 SS7/I-TDM I/O drivers and cards for Oracle’s SPARC T4 Server
line and Oracle’s Sun Blade 6000. Designed for mission-critical
applications, Oracle’s SPARC T4 enterprise servers are optimized
for Oracle Solaris 11. The Sun Blade 6000 is a flexible, eco-efficient
system that enables consolidation of heterogeneous SPARC- and x86-based
workloads into a single hardware platform. ADAX drivers offer full
binary compatibility with existing applications.
Oracle SPARC T4 servers with Oracle Solaris 11 deliver
superior performance and currently hold more than a dozen world records
on key application
workloads and industry standard benchmarks1. ADAX anticipates
that its Tier1 telecom and application developer customers will experience
a high level of performance on functions essential to the emerging
LTE, All-IP network upon which so much of today’s Cloud-driven
and virtualized systems rely. Support for Oracle Solaris 10 will
also be offered, enabling the transition to Oracle Solaris 11 to
ADAX HDC3 cards cover the full range of server I/O bus formats required
by today’s demanding telecom applications. Many SPARC T4 servers
are equipped with PCIe low-profile I/O slots and the ADAX HDC3-LPe
can operate in SPARC T4 systems that support up to 8 cards in one server.
The HDC3-EM card was specifically designed to meet the I/O needs of
Sun Blade 6000 users.
As the first fully virtualized operating system, Oracle
Solaris 11 provides comprehensive, built-in virtualization capabilities
OS, network and storage resources. Oracle Solaris 11 is also
engineered for Oracle VM server virtualization on both x86- and
providing deployment flexibility and secure live migration. The
ADAX HDC3-LPe and PCIe ExpressModules (EM cards) have also been
on x86 rack systems and the Oracle Sun Blade 6000 system's T4-1B
blade. For specific configuration details please visit www.adax.com/products/hdc.html or www.oracle.com/partners.
“ADAX has a long history of offering the telecom industry high-performance
on highly-reliable systems. The combination of ADAX HDC3 with Oracle Solaris
11, Oracle SPARC T4 servers, and Oracle Sun Blade 6000 continues that tradition.
We are very pleased to be able to offer these solutions to telecom equipment
providers and application developers around the world,” Drew Sproul, Director
of Marketing, ADAX Inc.
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