The results, achieved at AT&T's New Jersey facility, were recorded using the DIM.c I/O Benchmark, an I/O channel throughput benchmark designed specifically for UNIX® systems. The test, which showed consistent I/O throughput of 5708 I/Os per second, was conducted measuring random two- and four-process reads. The results are 7 percent higher than results on similar tests run on the Sun Ultra Enterprise 5000 and 12 percent higher than tests run on a Sequent server.
"This benchmark makes the T600 and DES Database Excellerator the fastest database combination -- especially suitable for OLTP, and large table sort and join exercises," said Jeff Shen, product manager, HP 9000 T600 server line. "These results solidify HP's leadership in the UNIX system server market."
"The combination of a robust RISC processor and technical strength of the T600, and the outstanding throughput performance of the DES Excellerator, offers superior enterprise solutions for our customers' needs," said Wade Tuma, President and CEO of Database Excelleration Systems, Inc. "This solution can meet or beat mainframe performance while offering server-based flexibility, reliability, ruggedness and scaleability."
The HP 9000 T600 Enterprise Server, the latest addition to the T-Class server family exhibits more than two times the OLTP performance and more than four times the I/O performance of the HP 9000 T520. The DES database accelerator is a family of high-performance memory-based intelligent solid-state sub-systems with high reliability and a proven track record. This combined solution will benefit businesses such as telecommunications, financial services and online services, as well as business applications such as ERP, customer care, billing and financial accounting.
By combining solid-state memory enhanced with DES-developed DirectAddressing® firmware, the DES Database Excellerator dramatically increase the performance of relational database (RDBMS) applications. By moving key RDBMS "hot files," temporary work areas, transaction logs or indices onto a solid-state Database Excellerator, DES customers can experience immediate and dramatic application performance gains averaging 60 percent to 200 percent. DES products also are compatible with Microsoft® Windows NT®-based HP NetServer PC Servers
About Database Excelleration Systems, Inc.
Database Excelleration Systems, based in Santa Clara, California, is the leading developer and manufacturer of intelligent solid-state systems that deliver mainframe-level performance speed to server-based, mission-critical applications simply, quickly, reliably and cost effectively. DES Database Excellerator products are designed for optimal reliability and easy installation, and are perfectly suited for addressing the needs of transaction and query-intensive applications running on client/server RDBMSs. DES holds a number of patents surrounding solid-state technology that accelerates RDBMS application performance while offering optimum reliability. Information on Database Excelleration Systems products and services may be obtained by e-mailing requests to firstname.lastname@example.org or by accessing the DES World Wide Web site: www.desdbx.com.
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Hewlett-Packard Company is a leading global provider of computing, Internet and intranet solutions, services, communications products and measurement solutions, all of which are recognized for excellence in quality and support. It is the second-largest computer supplier in the United states, with computer-related revenue in excess of $31.4 billion in its 1996 fiscal year. HP has 120,500 employees and had revenue of $38.4 billing in its 1996 fiscal year.
Information about HP and its products can be found on the World Wide Web at www.hp.com. For information about HP UNIX system computing solutions, see HP 9000 server family overview.
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