Sun SPARC T7-1
The Sun SPARC T7-1 Server offers advanced database and security capabilities. This server offers unique protection of software vulnerabilities and attacks. With detection and prevention applications, the T7-1 is a superior choice when handling sensitive data and applications.
Power + Security
Not only does the Sun T7-1 have much to offer in terms of security, its processing power also allows for high memory bandwidth. Capable of handling large workloads with high speeds, this server is a powerhouse for any business.
Oracle Sun SPARC T7 Rackmount Server
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The Sun SPARC T7-1 server is designed for the handling and protection of your data and applications. The unique features of the T7-1 offer vulnerability detection and prevention. This server is a top pick for businesses seeking security and performance.
This model able to efficiently and quickly handle large workloads. It manages databases and applications with ease and reliability. With a system based on the SPARC M7 processor, the T7-1 offers high performance at lower costs.
It’s built-in virtualization capabilities allow for seamless transitions into virtual environments. It also supplies increased memory capacity and higher bandwidth. The benefits of the T7-1 make it a network asset and its design reduces operating costs and cooling concerns.
Oracle's SPARC T7-1 server is a single-processor system that enables organizations to respond to IT demands with security and performance, at a lower cost compared to alternatives. It is ideal for a wide range of enterprise-class workloads, including database, applications, Java, and middleware. This system is based on the SPARC M7 processor, the first to use a revolutionary technology from Oracle referred to as software in silicon.
Built-in virtualization capabilities in Oracle's SPARC servers include both Oracle Solaris Zones and Oracle VM Server for SPARC. These allow enterprise workloads to be run within a virtual environment with near-zero performance impact. You can virtualize and consolidate many servers onto one, reducing the physical footprint of the data center as well as lowering the costs of operation, power, and cooling. Oracle Solaris Zones technology provides the capability to run legacy applications that require earlier versions of Oracle Solaris.
Other advanced capabilities of the SPARC T7-1 server are large memory capacity, higher bandwidth, and minimal latency, which are achieved through four enhanced memory controllers per socket, faster and reduced power DDR4 memory, and prefetch acceleration techniques. The I/O subsystem supports low-profile PCIe 3.0 adapters and industry-standard NVMe flash technology to provide high-capacity storage with minimal latency. Integrated controllers for networking, disks, and management reduce the cost of the system and provide greater expandability.
Thirty-two core, 4.13 GHz SPARC M7 processor
Up to 256 threads per processor (up to 8 threads per core)
Eight accelerators per processor, each supporting four concurrent in-memory query operations with decompression
Thirty-two on-chip encryption instruction accelerators with direct nonprivileged support for 15 industry-standard cryptographic algorithms: AES, Camellia, CRC32c, DES, 3DES, DH, DSA, ECC, MD5, RSA, SHA-1, SHA-224, SHA-256, SHA-384, SHA-512 (one per core)
Thirty-two floating-point units per processor (one per core)
One random number generator (one per processor)
Cache Per Processor
Level 1: 16 KB instruction and 16 KB data per core
Level 2: 256 KB L2 I$ per four cores, 256 KB L2 D$ per core pair
Level 3: 64 MB L3$ on chip
SPARC T7-2 servers are always configured with two SPARC M7 processors, not expandable
Sixteen dual inline memory module (DIMM) slots per processor supporting half and fully populated
memory configurations using 16, 32, or 64 GB DDR4 DIMMs
2 TB maximum memory configuration with 64 GB DIMMs
SPARC V9 architecture, ECC protected
Network: four 10 GbE (100 Mbps/1 Gbps/10 Gbps), full duplex only, auto-negotiating
Disks and internal storage: two SAS-3 controller providing hardware RAID 0, 1, and 1E/10 (ZFS file
system provides higher levels of RAID)
Expansion bus: eight low-profile PCIe 3.0 (four x8 and four x16) slots
Ports: four external USB (two front USB 2.0 and two rear USB 3.0), one RJ45 serial management
port, console 10/100 network port, two VGA ports (one front, one rear)
MASS STORAGE AND MEDIA
Up to six 600 GB or 1200 GB 2.5 in. SAS-3 drives
Integrated DVD drive
Optional internal storage may be installed within the standard drive bays
400 GB SSD drives, maximum of six
3.2 TB NVMe drives, maximum of four
Oracle offers a complete line of best-in-class, innovative storage, hardware, and software solutions, along with renowned world-class service and support. For more information, please refer to oracle.com/storage.
Two hot-swappable AC 2,000 W redundant (1 + 1) power supplies
Voltage 200 to 240 VAC, frequency 50/60 Hz
Maximum operating input current at 200 V AC: 10.75 A
Maximum operating input power at 200 V AC: 2,475 W
KEY RAS FEATURES
Hot-plug disk drives Redundant, hot-swappable power supplies and fans
Extended ECC, error correction, and parity checking
DIMM sparing enabled with fully populated memory slots, increasing system reliability and uptime
Easy component replacement
Integrated dual disk controllers with RAID 0, 1 and 1E/10
Fault Management Architecture including Predictive Self Healing ― both are features of Oracle
Oracle recommends Oracle Solaris 11.3 or later for enhanced performance and functionality, including features enabled by Software in Silicon technology
Control domain: Oracle Solaris 11.3 or later
DIMENSIONS AND WEIGHT
Height: 129.8 mm (5.11 in.); 3U
Width: 436.5 mm (17.185 in.)
Depth: 752.5 mm (29.63 in.)
Weight: approx. 37.2 kg (82 lb.), without rackmount kit
The SPARC T7-2 server comes with a one-year warranty. Visit
oracle.com/us/support/policies/ for more information about Oracle's hardware warranty.
Software in Silicone Technology
Oracle’s SPARC T7 servers are the world’s most advanced mid-range systems for enterprise workloads. The SPARC T-7 hosts unique capabilities for information security, infrastructure efficiency, and acceleration of Java, database and analytics.
The Oracle Sun software in silicon technology in the SPARC M7 processor combined with platform support provide unmatched protection against data intrusion and unauthorized access. Full speed wide key encryption allows transactions to be secured by default.
Hardware acceleration provides dramatic increases in performance of data analytics, and enables real time analytics to be performed on OLTP databases by accelerating Oracle Database In-Memory queries in Oracle Database 12c. The SPARC T7-1 server offers one SPARC M7 processor, 32 cores, up to 1 TB of memory, 8 disk bays, in a 2 RU chassis.