I have added some comparisons about T & M Series Oracle Sparc Servers. All information has been taken from Oracle documentation. You can check also Oracle Solaris Engineered System from this link.
The Processor is primary driver that how fast a computer work. Even with the rest of system having instantaneous performance , always CPU ‘ll say the last word about a server performance. It’ll limit how fast a transaction can occur on a server.Because of this reason all company which product new hardware technologies are focused on CPU architecture to get effective performance values. So I added some key specs about server which Oracle Solaris offers you to get best performance.
|SPARC T7-4 Server||SPARC M7-16 Server||SPARC T5-8 Server||SPARC M6-32 Server|
|Processor Model:||SPARC M7||SPARC M7||16-core SPARC T5||12-core SPARC M6|
|Processor Speed:||4.13 GHz||4.13 GHz||3.6 GHz||3.6 GHz|
|Maximum Processors:||4||16||8||Up to 32 12-core Processors|
|Maximum Cores Per System:||128||512||128||384|
|Maximum Threads Per System:||1024||4096||1024||3072|
|Maximum Read Cache:||64 MB L3||64 MB L3||8MB L3 Per Core||48 MB L3|
|Maximum System Memory:||2 TB||8 TB||4TB||32TB|
|Reliability, Availability, and Serviceability (RAS):||ECC memory, hot-pluggable disk drives, redundant hot-swappable power supplies and fans, DIMM sparing||Hardware physical partitions, redundant hot-swappable service processors, ECC memory, redundant hot-swappable power supplies and fans, DIMM sparing||Hot-pluggable disk drives, redundant hot-swappable power supplies and fans||Hot-swappable power supplies, fans, IO cards, scalability switch boards, disk storage devices|
|PCI Slots:||16 PCIe Gen 3||48 PCIe Gen 3||16 PCIe Gen 3||64 PCIe Gen 3|