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SPARCcenter 2000: multiprocessing for the 90's

By: Cekleov, M.; Yen, D.; Pham, T.; Bland, L.; Lemenski, D.; Mothashemi, M.; Levitt, M.; Angelico, D.; Kasuya, A.; Jackson, B.; Gunning, B.; York, S.; Dykema, G.; Cheng, C.; Singhal, A.; Kwok, A.; Lee, R.; Yuan, L.; Curry, D.; Hoel, J.; Ng, R.; Nguyen, T.; Fosth, S.; Broniarczyk, D.; Bassett, D.; Coffin, C.; Sindhu, P.; Frailong, J.-M.; Gastinel, J.; Splain, M.; Price, J.; Beck, G.; Liencres, B.; Cerauskis, F.;

1993 / IEEE / 0-8186-3400-6

Description

This item was taken from the IEEE Periodical ' SPARCcenter 2000: multiprocessing for the 90's ' The SPARCcenter 2000 is the first implementation of a new generation of symmetric high-performance, highly configurable SPARC multiprocessor systems. With up to 20 processors, extensive main memory, expansibility, and large IO capacity, the SPARCcenter 2000 is designed to meet the computing needs of most corporate data centers. A high throughput system interconnect, composed of two interleaved XDBuses, combined with multiprocessor scalability, make the SPARCcenter 2000 the right platform for computationally intensive tasks. Reliability and availability features, full SPARC binary compatibility, IO scalability, and Solaris 2.X MP capability also make the SPARCcenter 2000 the ideal rightsizing platform for commercial and RDBMS applications.<>