Extends Leadership with Industry’s Most Comprehensive Portfolio for the Communications Industry

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TM Forum Management World, Nice, France – May 18, 2010
News Facts
Expanding the industry’s most comprehensive family of carrier-grade servers, Oracle today announced the Sun Netra 6000 for the communications industry.
The introduction of the Sun Netra 6000 further extends Oracle’s leadership with the most complete portfolio for the communications industry from carrier-grade servers, storage and IT infrastructure, to mission-critical business and operations support systems and service delivery platforms.
Leveraging the same advanced features of Oracle’s Sun Blade 6000 modular system, including advanced blade networking, simplified management and leading reliability, the Sun Netra 6000 adds carrier-grade qualities such as Network Equipment Building System (NEBS) certification and extended lifecycle support. NEBS certification helps reduce cost and risk and improve time to market for customers, and is required for telecommunications central office deployments.
The Sun Netra 6000 offers communication service providers (CSPs) and network equipment providers (NEPs) with a highly-available and cost-efficient bladed system designed to meet the growing demand for applications like media services delivery and Operations and Business Support Systems (OSS/BSS).
Today, the Sun Netra 6000 modular system includes the Sun Netra 6000 AC chassis and the Sun Netra T6340 with UltraSPARC T2+ processors running the Solaris operating system. The system can handle the most demanding workloads, including multi-threaded Web applications and advanced IP-based telco Web services. Additionally, it delivers the highest memory capacity in the industry for blade servers of up to 256 GB.
Sun Netra 6000 Modular System Delivers Carrier-Grade Features and Enterprise Class Performance
The Sun Netra 6000 is a modular blade system delivering CSPs and NEPs unique value:
Leading power and energy-efficiency
Industry best reliability with hot-swappable and hot-pluggable server blades, blade network, and I/O
Simplified management with Sun Blade zero-management blade networking, and Oracle Integrated Light-out Management (ILOM)
Unmatched upgradeability and serviceability
Extreme core and thread density and built-in, no-cost virtualization technology with the Sun Netra T6340 server module
Low total cost of ownership
Oracle’s Sun Netra line of carrier-grade systems offer choice in processors, form factors and operating systems and the highest performance and efficiency with a best-of-class Sun Netra server for every service provider demand.
With on-chip, wire speed cryptographic support, security comes standard, enabling secure connections for online transactions and communication.
Supporting Quotes
• “Oracle’s Sun Netra 6000 modular system builds on the innovative technology of our Sun Blade 6000 and adds carrier-grade features to meet the demanding requirements of the industry’s largest service providers,” said Dan Ford, vice president of Marketing for Oracle Communications. “The Sun Netra 6000 delivers a highly reliable platform to handle the most critical revenue generating services in the telecommunications market today.”

• “We’re extremely pleased to see Oracle extend its Sun Blade 6000 system into the telecommunications industry with the introduction of the Sun Netra 6000 system,” said Lee Doyle, VP and GM of IDC’s Network Infrastructure and Security Products and Services groups. “Oracle’s Sun Netra 6000 will bring further choice of modular and energy efficient design, as well as low total cost of ownership to Network Equipment Manufacturers who build best-in-class solutions for carriers worldwide.”

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