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Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
Cloud 2015: The Road to 15 Billion Connected Devices
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Kirk Skaugen Intel Datacenter and Connected Systems Group GM discusses the growth of data and connected devices through 2015. Kirk discusses how the industry is preparing for this growth and Intel's …

Kirk Skaugen Intel Datacenter and Connected Systems Group GM discusses the growth of data and connected devices through 2015. Kirk discusses how the industry is preparing for this growth and Intel's role.

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  • 1. Cloud 2015:The Road to 15 BillionConnected DevicesKirk SkaugenCorporate Vice President,Intel CorporationGeneral Manager,Datacenter and Connected Systems Group
  • 2. Intels VisionThis decade we will create and extend computing technology to connect and enrich the lives of every person on earth.
  • 3. BY 2015… More Users More Devices More Data>1 Billion More 15 Billion >1,000 Exabytes Netizen’s Connected Devices Internet Traffic 1. IDC “Server Workloads Forecast” 2009. 2.IDC “The Internet Reaches Late Adolescence” Dec 2009, extrapolation by Intel for 2015 2.ECG “Worldwide Device Estimates Year 2020 - Intel One Smart Network Work” forecast 3. Source: http://www.cisco.com/assets/cdc_content_elements/networking_solutions/service_provider/visual_networking_ip_traffic_chart.html extrapolated to 2015
  • 4. PC GrowthMillions Total Client 500 400 300 200 100 0 95 97 99 01 03 05 07 09 11* 13* Source: IDC, *Forecast
  • 5. PC GrowthMillions Total Client 500 400 300 200 100 0 95 97 99 01 03 05 07 09 11* 13* 1M PCs Shipped Everyday Source: IDC, *Forecast
  • 6. The Ultrabook™ Beyond Thin and LightCREATION TO EXPRESS NOT NEEDING TO WAIT PEACE OF MIND REFLECTION OF ME ALWAYS AVAILABLE AT A PRICE THAT WORKS
  • 7. MB/Month 10,000 Consumption & Creation Average Traffic per 6,522 COMPUTING 5,000 NOTEBOOK 0Exabytes 2009 2010 2015 * Storage Capacity Shipped MB/Month 100 3,000 2,311 80 2,000 Average Traffic per 60 670% GROWTH 1,000 0 TABLET 2009 2010 2015 * 40 MB/Month 1,500 1,300 20 Average Traffic per 1,000 SMARTPHONE 0 500 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 0 Forecast 2009 2010 2015 * Source: IDC Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index *Forecast
  • 8. NewINTELLIGENT CONNECTIONSAre Emerging …
  • 9. NewINTELLIGENT CONNECTIONSAre Emerging …
  • 10. NewINTELLIGENT CONNECTIONSAre Emerging …
  • 11. MANUFACTURING HEALTHCARE TRANSPORTATIONENERGY 2015: 15 Billion RETAIL Connected Devices PC, CE, PHONES COMMUNICATIONS
  • 12. Device Evolution Intelligent PredictiveAnalytics Sensors Secure Managed Connected Local Digital Unintelligent
  • 13. Intelligent SystemsBillions 4 3 >2X 2 1 0 2011 2015 Source: IDC
  • 14. Driving an explosion of DATA
  • 15. Total Data Crossing the Internet150,000,000,000,000,000,000 Bytes* Through 2009245,000,000,000,000,000,000 Bytes* In 2010 Alone *Exabytes Source: http://www.cisco.com/assets/cdc_content_elements/networking_solutions/service_provider/visual_networking_ip_traffic_chart.html Source: http://www.cisco.com/assets/cdc_content_elements/networking_solutions/service_provider/visual_networking_ip_traffic_chart.html
  • 16. IP Data GROWTH 2015 Internet Traffic >1,000 EXABYTES1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 Source: http://www.cisco.com/assets/cdc_content_elements/networking_solutions/service_provider/visual_networking_ip_traffic_chart.html extrapolated to 2015
  • 17. The “Big Data” Opportunity30B Pieces of Content per Month40B Photos Hosted 48 Hours of Video Uploaded Every MinuteCorporate Data Growth Air TravelUS Industries235TB/Corporation 240 TBsU.S. Library of Congress Generated per Cross-Country Flight RFID Tag Sales Smart Meters 2011 2021 2011 201512M 209B 130M ~340M Source: McKinsey Global Institute Analysis, Pikes Research
  • 18. Is the Infrastructure Ready? In The Last ~5 Years Alone: 20x Performance/Watt Half The Platform Idle Power 15:1 Consolidation We Have Made Tremendous Progress…Performance tests and ratings are measured using specific computer systems and/or components and reflect the approximate performance of Intel products as measured by those tests. Any difference in system hardware or software design or configuration may affect actual performance. Buyers should consult other sources of information to evaluate the performance of systems or components they are considering purchasing. For more information on performance tests and on the performance of Intel products, visit Intel Performance Benchmark Lmitations 5000x faster & 100,000x cheaper from Intel’s 4004 introduced in 1971 compared to the 32nm Westmere where chip speed has gone up by 5000x and transistors have become 100,000x cheaper adjusted for inflation (Intel TMG Sept 2010). See back up foils for performance and power comparison .
  • 19. But Not Enough … Security Efficiency Today’s Technology Would Require Building 45 New Coal Power Plants to70% of Respondents Saying Security is Top Support 2015 IT Infrastructure2 Concern In Moving to Public Cloud1 Lock-In Manageability August 2010 IT will spend ~$2T on deployment and operations thru 2015 unless smarter “We have seen lock-in return as a top concern … infrastructure radically simplifies routinely seeking alternatives to proprietary management of virtualized environments. virtualization and cloud computing technology “ Infrastructure Must Evolve to Address IT Challenges 1. IDC Market Analysis, January 2010. 2. Source information in backup * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
  • 20. Transforming Industry Economics Annual Server Unit Shipments Supercomputing in 2010 Supercomputing in 1997 >500 TFLOPS ~$55K/GFLOP ~1 TFLOP <$100/GFlop1995 1995 2000 2000 2005 2005 2010 2000 2010 2015 Performance $/GFLOP
  • 21. The Compute Model Evolution Pervasive Ubiquitous ManyResearchersMainframes Client/Server Web Cloud
  • 22. Cloud Computing Can Once Again Transform the Economics of Computing and Services Save $25B of Accelerate $100B of IndustryIT Spend in 2015 Services Through 2015 Save 45 Giga Watts in 2015 Sources: Save 45GW: http://www.epa.gov/RDEE/energy-resources/refs.html#coalplant and internal analysis Save $25B of IT spend: Bain, Acelerate $100B of industry services through 2015: IDC and internal analysis
  • 23. ONE YEAR AGO …
  • 24. Intel’s Cloud 2015 Vision FEDERATED AUTOMATED Share data securely IT can focus more on across public and innovation and less on private clouds management CLIENT AWARE Optimizing services based on device capabilityDesktops Laptops Netbooks Tablets Smartphones Smart TVs Intelligent Systems
  • 25. Catalyst for Change Open & Interoperable Solutions Essential * Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
  • 26. Industry Standard Solutions 300+ IT Leaders Representing $100B+ in Annual IT Investment June, 2011: 1st IT Cloud Requirements September, 2011: First POC Solutions
  • 27. >300 GLOBAL IT LEADERS STEERING COMMITTEE CONTRIBUTING MEMBERS AIMS ADOPTER MEMBERS Data Centre SDN BHD Biznet Networks Connectria Hosting Getronics NL BV JARINGCommunications Sdn Bhd RampRate Scope Infotech, Inc. Temperature Control Intel Serves as Technical Advisor to the Alliance
  • 28. Intel® Cloud Builders Infrastructure as a Service / Cloud Resource Mgmt Cloud Efficiency Cloud Storage/ Networking Cloud Security Client-Aware* Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others. www.intel.com/cloudbuilders Solutions to Make it Easier to Build and Optimize Cloud Infrastructure
  • 29. New Capacity for 14nm and BeyondFuture Cost-Effective Services Rely on MOORE’S LAW … D1X Fab 42 Oregon Arizona Development Fab High Volume Fab 22nm Fab Upgrades D1D D1C Fab 32 Fab 12 Fab 28 Oregon Oregon Arizona Arizona Israel
  • 30. Energy-Efficient Performance Built on Moore’s Law 65nm 45nm 32nm 22nm 14nm* Lower Transistor Leakage 1x 0.1x 0.01x 0.001x Higher Transistor Performance (Switching Speed) * Projected 22 nm Benefits Smallest Handhelds to Powerful Cloud-based ServersSource: Intel
  • 31. Predictable Intel® Xeon® Execution: The Tick-Tock Model Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock Tick Tock 65nm 45nm 32nm 22nmWoodcrest Clovertown Harpertown Nehalem Westmere Sandybridge Ivybridge Haswell Delivering Sustained Microprocessor Leadership
  • 32. Engineered Systems Oracle Exalytics Oracle Exadata Business Intelligence Database Machine Machine Oracle ExalogicOracle Database Elastic Cloud Appliance
  • 33. Optimizing Java™ – Intel®’s Long Term Contributions>15 Years of Experience Helping Java Run Best On Intel® Architecture Intel® Architecture + Oracle SW = World Record Java Performance
  • 34. Record Performance SPECjbb2005 SPECjbb2005 2,798,763 BOPS 1,408,935 BOPS Cisco UCS – B440 M2 Cisco UCS – B230 M2 4-socket Powerful. 2-socket Powerful. Intelligent Intelligent . . SPECjEnterprise2010 26,118.67 EjOPS Oracle WebLogic Server Rel 10.3.5 Oracle Java HotSpot Server VM 1.6.0_26 Powerful. Intelligent (2) Cisco UCS – B440 M2 .All testing was performed by Cisco and results are as of 10/4/2011. :- SPEC and the benchmark names SPECjbb2005 and SPECjEnterprise2010 are trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. For more information, see http//www.spec.org and http://www.cisco.com/go/ucsatwork.- Configurations: The Cisco UCS B440 M2 that achieved 2,798,763 SPECjbb2005 bops at 699,691 bops/JVM is based on Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4800 product family. The Cisco UCS B230 M2 that achieved 1,408,935 SPECjbb2005 bops at 704,468 bops/JVM is based on Intel® Xeon® processor E7-2800 product family.- Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as Specjbb2005 are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.- Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
  • 35. Memory Caching in the Cloud with Memcached A high-performance, open source, distributed memory object caching system PROXY Apps Servers Web Servers Database PHP, Java, Rails, Apache, Nginx, MySql, PostgreSOL C, Perl, Python Lighttpd CLOUD LOAD BALANCER Cached Servers MEMCACHED
  • 36. The Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 Family Accelerating Mission Critical Transformation Broadest Mission 28 New World RecordsCritical Vendor Base and Up to 40% Increase 1 vs. Xeon® 7500 Advanced Data Protection World-Class and Reliability Economics 1 SPECint*_rate_base2006 benchmark comparing next generation Intel® Xeon® processor E7-4870 (30M cache, 2.40GHz, 6.40GT/s Intel® QPI) scoring 1,010 (includes Intel Compiler XE2011 improvements accounting for about 11% of the performance boost) to X7560 (24M cache, 2.26GHz, 6.40GT/s Intel QPI) scoring 723 (Intel Compiler 11.1). Source: Intel SSG TR#1131. Software and workloads used in performance tests may have been optimized for performance only on Intel microprocessors. Performance tests, such as SYSmark and MobileMark, are measured using specific computer systems, components, software, operations and functions. Any change to any of those factors may cause the results to vary. You should consult other information and performance tests to assist you in fully evaluating your contemplated purchases, including the performance of that product when combined with other products.
  • 37. Oracle Exalytics Business Intelligence Machine Optimized Hardware Processors: 40 Intel® Xeon® E7 Processor Cores
  • 38. Complete Data Center PRODUCT REFRESH Spanning a Diverse Set of WorkloadsXeon E3 Xeon 5600 Xeon E7 Xeon E5 Knights Ferry(Bromolow) (Westmere- EP) (Westmere-EX) (Sandy Bridge-EP) (MIC Software Platform)
  • 39. The Future Intel® Xeon® Processor E5 Codenamed Sandy Bridge-EP Growing Performance • Dual processing up to 8 cores per socket hyper-threaded • Up to 2X FLOPS with Intel® Advanced Vector Extensions Efficient I/O • Integrated PCIe reduces latency and power • Platform includes integrated 6Gb SAS for high performance local memory Powerful. Advanced SecurityIntelligent. • Support for the latest Intel security features like Intel® Trusted Execution Technology and Intel® AES New instructions The Foundation of the Next Generation Datacenter
  • 40. Intel® Xeon® E5: Broadest Xeon Product Line 2X 20XXeon 5500 Xeon E5 Xeon 5500 Xeon E5 Expect to Launch Cloud and Supercomputing DriveAlmost 2X the Designs of Unprecedented Xeon 5500/5600 Early Ramp Shipping Now to HPC & Cloud End-Users. Full Launch Early 2012.
  • 41. Summary• Cloud 2015: 2.5B people and 15B devices• Embedded devices transforming to intelligent and connected• Drives 1000 Exabytes/year over the internet• Client & cloud future relies on Moore’s law fundamentals• Oracle and Intel delivering world record performance
  • 42. World Record BackupWorld Records (Overall, x86, or by socket count) on Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family (sorted by benchmark):1. 4-socket (4S) World Record TPC Benchmark* C (TPC-C) claim based on published result using IBM System x* 3850 X5 server compared with all other 4S results. For more information, see http://www.tpc.org/tpcc/reseults/tpcc_perf_results.asp.2. 2-socket (2S) Performance and Price/Performance World Record TPC Benchmark* E (TPC-E) claim based on published result using IBM System x*3690 X5 server compared with all other 2S performance results and all published price/performance results. For more information, seehttp://www.tpc.org/tpce/results/tpce_perf_results.asp.3. 4-socket (4S) World Record TPC Benchmark* E (TPC-E) claim based on published result using IBM System x*3850 X5 8P server compared with all other 4S results. For more information, see http://www.tpc.org/tpce/results/tpce_perf_results.asp.4. 8-socket (8S) Overall World Record TPC Benchmark* E (TPC-E) claim based on published result using IBM System x*3850 X5 8P server compared with all other results. For more information, see http://www.tpc.org/tpce/results/tpce_perf_results.asp.5. 4-socket (4S), non-clustered World Record columnar database TPC Benchmark* H@300GB scale factor claim based on published result using Dell PowerEdge* R910 server compared with all other non-clustered results. For more information, seehttp://www.tpc.org/tpch/results/tpch_perf_results.asp?resulttype=noncluster&amp;version=2%&amp;currencyID=0.6. 4-socket (4S), non-clustered World Record columnar database TPC Benchmark* H@1000GB scale factor claim based on published result using Dell PowerEdge* R910 server compared with all other non-clustered results. For more information, seehttp://www.tpc.org/tpch/results/tpch_perf_results.asp?resulttype=noncluster&amp;version=2%&amp;currencyID=0.7. 8-socket (8S) Non-Clustered, Microsoft SQL Server* World Record TPC Benchmark* H (TPC-H) @ 1000GB scale factor based on published result using HP ProLiant* DL980 G7 server compared with all other 1000GB scale factor, non-clustered SQL Server* results. For more information, seehttp://www.tpc.org/tpch/results/tpch_perf_results.asp?resulttype=noncluster.8. 2-socket (2S) x86 Record SAP SD* 2-tier claim based on published result using IBM System x*3690 X5 server compared with all other 2S x86 results. For more information, see http://www.sap.com/solutions/benchmark/sd.epx. Certification #2011032.9. 4-socket (4S) x86 Record SAP SD* 2-tier claim based on published result using IBM System x* 3850 X5 server compared with all other 4S x86 results. For more information, see http://www.sap.com/solutions/benchmark/sd.epx. Certification #2011015.10. 8-socket (8S) x86 Record SAP SD* 2-tier claim based on published result using IBM System x* 3850 X5 8P server compared with all other 8S x86 results. For more information, see http://www.sap.com/solutions/benchmark/sd.epx. Certification #2011034.11. NEW! 2-socket (2S) Overall World Record SAP* Transaction Banking benchmark claim based on published result using IBM System x* 3690 X5 compared with all other results. For more information, see http://www.sap.com/solutions/benchmark/trbk.epx. Certification #2011035.12. NEW! 8-socket (8S) Overall World Record SAP SD-Parallel* claim based on published result using Oracle Sun Fire* X4800 M2 server compared with all other results. For more information, see http://www.sap.com/solutions/benchmark/sd.epx. Certification #2011040.13. 2-socket (2S) x86 Record SPECfp*_rate_base2006 Score claim based on published result using Cisco UCS* C260 M2 server compared with all other 2S x86 results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results.14. 4-socket (4S) x86 Record SPECfp*_rate_base2006 Score claim based on published result using Dell PowerEdge* R910 server compared with all other 4S x86 results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results.15. NEW! 8-socket (8S) x86 Record SPECfp*_rate_base2006 Score claim based on published result using Hewlett-Packard ProLiant* DL980 G7 server compared with all other x86, 8-socket results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results.16. 128-socket (128S) Overall World Record SPECfp*_rate_base2006 Score claim based on published result using SGI Altix* UV1000 server compared with all other results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results.17. 2-socket (2S) x86 Record SPECint*_rate_base2006 Score claim based on published result using Cisco UCS* C260 M2 server compared with all other 2S x86 results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results.18. 4-socket (4S) x86 Record SPECint*_rate_base2006 Score claim based on published result using Cisco UCS* C460 M2 server compared with all other 4S x86 results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results.19. 8-socket (8S) x86 Record SPECint*_rate_base2006 Score claim based on published result using HP ProLiant* DL 980 G7 server compared with all other 8S x86 results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results.20. 128-socket (128S) World Record SPECint*_rate_base2006 Score claim based on published result using SGI Altix* UV1000 server compared with all other results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/cpu2006/results.21. 2-socket (2S) World Record SPECjbb*2005 claim based on published result using Cisco UCS* B230 M2 server compared with all other 2S results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/jbb2005/results/.22. 4-socket (4S) World Record SPECjbb*2005 claim based on published result using NEC Express*5800/A1080a-S server compared with all other 4S results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/jbb2005/results/.23. 8-socket (8S) World Record SPECjbb*2005 claim based on published result using HP ProLiant* DL980 G7 server compared with all other 8S results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/jbb2005/results/.24. 64-socket (64S) World Record SPECjbb*2005 claim based on published result using SGI Altix* UV1000 server compared to all other results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/jbb2005/results/.25. 4-socket (4S) World Record single-node SPECjEnterprise*2010 claim based on published result using Dell PowerEdge* R910 server compared with all other single-node results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/jEnterprise2010/results/jEnterprise2010.html.26. NEW! 4-socket (4S) World Record two-node SPECjEnterprise*2010 claim based on published result using Cisco UCS B440 M2 Blade server compared with all other two-node results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/jEnterprise2010/results/jEnterprise2010.html.27. 2-chips World Record SPECompL*base2001 claim based on published result using Cisco UCS B230 M2 reference server with all other 2-chips base results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/omp2001/results/ompl2001.html.28. 2-chips World Record SPECompM*base2001 claim based on published result using Cisco UCS B230 M2 reference server with all other 2-chips base results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/omp2001/results/ompm2001.html.29. 4-chips World Record SPECompL*base2001 claim based on published result using Cisco UCS C460 M2 reference server with all other 4-chips base results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/omp2001/results/ompl2001.html.30. 4-chips World Record SPECompM*base2001 claim based on published result using Cisco UCS C460 M2 reference server with all other 4-chips base results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/omp2001/results/ompm2001.html.31. 2-socket (2S) World Record SPECvirt_sc*2010 claim based on published result using IBM Bladecenter* HX5 with MAX5 server compared with all other 2S results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/virt_sc2010/results/.32. 4-socket (4S) World Record SPECvirt_sc*2010 claim based on published result using Hewlett-Packard ProLiant* DL580 G7 server compared with all other 4S results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/virt_sc2010/results/.33. 8-socket (8S) Overall World Record SPECvirt_sc*2010 claim based on published result using IBM System x* 3850 X5 8P server compared with all other 8S results. For more information, see http://www.spec.org/virt_sc2010/results/.34. 256-socket (256S) World Record STREAM claim based on published result using SGI Altix* UV1000 server compared to all other results. For more information, see http://www.cs.virginia.edu/stream/top20/Bandwidth.html.35. 2-socket (2S) World Record VMmark* 2 claim based on published result using Hewlett-Packard ProLiant* BL620c G7 server compared with all other 2S matched-pair results. For more information, see http://www.vmware.com/a/vmmark/.36. 4-socket (4S) World Record VMmark* 2 claim based on published result using Fujitsu PRIMERGY* RX600 S6 server compared with all other 4S matched-pair results. For more information, see http://www.vmware.com/a/vmmark/.37. NEW! Overall World Record VMmark* 2 claim based on published result using Cisco UCS* C460 M2 server in a 4-host, uniform configuration compared with all other results. For more information, see http://www.vmware.com/a/vmmark/.

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