SPARC Enterprise Systems,  Today and Tomorrow <ul><li>Naoki Izuta  </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>General Manager,  </li></ul><...
Welcome to Oracle OpenWorld 2010 扇子 : pronounced “sensu” A Japanese Fan
Our Talk Today <ul><li>The Fujitsu Group </li></ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise Servers </li></ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise Ser...
Fujitsu is  H ow   B ig ? <ul><li>At a glance </li></ul><ul><li>A $ 50.0B  leader in IT systems and services for the globa...
Business Composition Technology Solutions 8.0 % 11.0 % 18.4 % 62.6 % Note: US$1 = ¥93.  FY 2009 is fiscal year ended March...
Fujitsu’s Business Fujitsu’s  Business
<ul><li>“ If they don’t do all of the following,  we don’t make them” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>High Performance and Scalable ...
Mainframe GS21:  We Protect Our Customers Next Generation    Model 230-60   Multi-Processor 1968 Amdahl 470V/6   (M-190) C...
High Performance Computing:  We Seek New Goals Model 230-75 APU 1977 Model VP-100/200 1982 VPP5000 1999 VPP500 1992 PRIMEP...
HAYABUSA:  Asteroid Probe Project  Photos of ITOKAWA and HAYABUSA by courtesy of JAXA Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED 6 bil...
The Road to SPARC Enterprise  Next Generation U-1000 Series 1978 I nitial partnership with  Sun Microsystems 1983 Jointly ...
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Human Centric: IT Infrastructure Green Data Center Medical, Health Home Transportation Environment Urban Education
SPARC Enterprise Servers SPARC Enterprise Servers <ul><li>Unified Product with Oracle </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualization </l...
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The SPARC Enterprise Server Family M-series for  Mission Critical workloads Scalability up to 64 sockets/512 threads T-ser...
Major Worldwide Development Centers Documents Source code Technical Drawings Development Center Oracle: Santa Clara, USA F...
Balanced H igh Performance Systems <ul><li>Maximum Resource Utilization </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Scalable, Secure and Green <...
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Enhanced DR Operation CPU CPU CPU CPU Partition A Partition B CPU CPU CPU CPU Partition A Partition B XSCF PRIMEPOWER SPAR...
CPU-Operating System Partnership <ul><li>Solaris 10  </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Solaris container </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Dt...
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Scalability / Performance SPARC Enterprise Servers <ul><li>Unified Product with Oracle </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualization </...
Scalability in Virtualized Environments <ul><li>High performance CPU and Cache hierarchy </li></ul><ul><li>Proven scalabil...
High Performance  CPU and Cache Architecture <ul><li>Over 20 times the performance since 2000 </li></ul>2000        2002  ...
<ul><li>Scalability to 256 cores -  Benchmark *1  verified  - </li></ul><ul><li>Mesh interconnect </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Lo...
<ul><li>Stable performance, even under high loads  </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Core / Thread / Process balancing </li></ul></ul>...
SPARC Enterprise      with Flash Technology <ul><li>x7 higher throughput </li></ul><ul><li>x20 Faster response time  </li>...
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Advanced System Architecture <ul><li>Superior Fault Management </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Hardware fault detection and isolatio...
Case Study SPARC Enterprise Servers <ul><li>Unified Product with Oracle </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualization </li></ul><ul><li...
Show case of SPARC Enterprise: China Mobile Limited <ul><li>World leading Telecom carrier with  the world’s largest net w ...
Show case of SPARC Enterprise:  Narita International Airport  Corporation <ul><li>An aviation gateway to Japan </li></ul><...
Show case of SPARC Enterprise :  Mizuho Bank, Limited  Accounting System  Fujitsu GS series 32 Clustered Systems Retail Ba...
Oracle/Fujitsu Collaboration:  Next Stage <ul><li>Expand collaboration to maximize our strengths </li></ul><ul><li>Deliver...
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Our Collaboration Development Center Oracle: Santa Clara, USA Factory Fujitsu: Sunnyvale, USA Oracle: Burlington, USA Orac...
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  • Transcript : RICHARD MCCORMACK: Good afternoon, everybody. Please take your seats. We had a sudden rush of people just as I came onto the stage. They had me pinned in the back desperate to get out here and kick things off. They said, okay, there&apos;s been a lull now you can go out as suddenly 50 more people turn up. My name&apos;s Richard McCormack. I&apos;m responsible for Enterprise Systems here at Fujitsu in North America and I have two duties today. First of all, I&apos;m going to introduce Mister Izuta. He&apos;s the General Manager of the SPARC Enterprise Server, personally screwed the machines together, personally molded the silicon in all the different systems. So he is probably the most experienced and knowledgeable person on the product line that we&apos;ve got in the entire company. He&apos;s fresh here from Tokyo in Japan. He flew in just this morning so his arms are still tired. That was a joke. It didn&apos;t go very well obviously. And then my more important role I&apos;ve got here is at the end of the session to give away these beautiful Fujitsu products. No, someone asked earlier are they some little SPARC processors in here, unfortunately not. They are Fujitsu&apos;s most wonderful little laptops, three of them, one, two, three. I shall give them all away at the end. They&apos;re all 10-inch webcam-enabled 250 hard drive Netbooks. So hang around and see if you&apos;re lucky enough to be drawn on that one later on. With no more ado, let me introduce Izuta san, General Manager of SPARC Enterprise Systems. Izuta san, please join us on the stage. NAOKI IZUTA: Thank you for the introduction. RICHARD MCCORMACK: My pleasure. NAOKI IZUTA: Hello, everyone. Thank you for joining the Fujitsu session. My name is Naoki Izuta. I&apos;m a General Manager for SPARC Enterprise Systems Development at Fujitsu. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : RICHARD MCCORMACK: Good afternoon, everybody. Please take your seats. We had a sudden rush of people just as I came onto the stage. They had me pinned in the back desperate to get out here and kick things off. They said, okay, there&apos;s been a lull now you can go out as suddenly 50 more people turn up. My name&apos;s Richard McCormack. I&apos;m responsible for Enterprise Systems here at Fujitsu in North America and I have two duties today. First of all, I&apos;m going to introduce Mister Izuta. He&apos;s the General Manager of the SPARC Enterprise Server, personally screwed the machines together, personally molded the silicon in all the different systems. So he is probably the most experienced and knowledgeable person on the product line that we&apos;ve got in the entire company. He&apos;s fresh here from Tokyo in Japan. He flew in just this morning so his arms are still tired. That was a joke. It didn&apos;t go very well obviously. And then my more important role I&apos;ve got here is at the end of the session to give away these beautiful Fujitsu products. No, someone asked earlier are they some little SPARC processors in here, unfortunately not. They are Fujitsu&apos;s most wonderful little laptops, three of them, one, two, three. I shall give them all away at the end. They&apos;re all 10-inch webcam-enabled 250 hard drive Netbooks. So hang around and see if you&apos;re lucky enough to be drawn on that one later on. With no more ado, let me introduce Izuta san, General Manager of SPARC Enterprise Systems. Izuta san, please join us on the stage. NAOKI IZUTA: Thank you for the introduction. RICHARD MCCORMACK: My pleasure. NAOKI IZUTA: Hello, everyone. Thank you for joining the Fujitsu session. My name is Naoki Izuta. I&apos;m a General Manager for SPARC Enterprise Systems Development at Fujitsu. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : RICHARD MCCORMACK: Good afternoon, everybody. Please take your seats. We had a sudden rush of people just as I came onto the stage. They had me pinned in the back desperate to get out here and kick things off. They said, okay, there&apos;s been a lull now you can go out as suddenly 50 more people turn up. My name&apos;s Richard McCormack. I&apos;m responsible for Enterprise Systems here at Fujitsu in North America and I have two duties today. First of all, I&apos;m going to introduce Mister Izuta. He&apos;s the General Manager of the SPARC Enterprise Server, personally screwed the machines together, personally molded the silicon in all the different systems. So he is probably the most experienced and knowledgeable person on the product line that we&apos;ve got in the entire company. He&apos;s fresh here from Tokyo in Japan. He flew in just this morning so his arms are still tired. That was a joke. It didn&apos;t go very well obviously. And then my more important role I&apos;ve got here is at the end of the session to give away these beautiful Fujitsu products. No, someone asked earlier are they some little SPARC processors in here, unfortunately not. They are Fujitsu&apos;s most wonderful little laptops, three of them, one, two, three. I shall give them all away at the end. They&apos;re all 10-inch webcam-enabled 250 hard drive Netbooks. So hang around and see if you&apos;re lucky enough to be drawn on that one later on. With no more ado, let me introduce Izuta san, General Manager of SPARC Enterprise Systems. Izuta san, please join us on the stage. NAOKI IZUTA: Thank you for the introduction. RICHARD MCCORMACK: My pleasure. NAOKI IZUTA: Hello, everyone. Thank you for joining the Fujitsu session. My name is Naoki Izuta. I&apos;m a General Manager for SPARC Enterprise Systems Development at Fujitsu.
  • Transcript : I&apos;m happy to have the chance to talk about SPARC Solaris Servers today. And I believe you have been given a Japanese fan, which we call a sensu, at registration. Japanese summer days are very hot and humid. In fact, newspapers are saying that this year was the hottest summer for 15 years. We are still having summer-like heat in Tokyo even now in September. Well, holding sensu is considered a symbol of good luck in Japan. This is because sensu starts small, spread out wide to embrace many good things by opening like this. I like to use my sensu to bring good luck to my presentation. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : I&apos;m happy to have the chance to talk about SPARC Solaris Servers today. And I believe you have been given a Japanese fan, which we call a sensu, at registration. Japanese summer days are very hot and humid. In fact, newspapers are saying that this year was the hottest summer for 15 years. We are still having summer-like heat in Tokyo even now in September. Well, holding sensu is considered a symbol of good luck in Japan. This is because sensu starts small, spread out wide to embrace many good things by opening like this. I like to use my sensu to bring good luck to my presentation. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : I&apos;m happy to have the chance to talk about SPARC Solaris Servers today. And I believe you have been given a Japanese fan, which we call a sensu, at registration. Japanese summer days are very hot and humid. In fact, newspapers are saying that this year was the hottest summer for 15 years. We are still having summer-like heat in Tokyo even now in September. Well, holding sensu is considered a symbol of good luck in Japan. This is because sensu starts small, spread out wide to embrace many good things by opening like this. I like to use my sensu to bring good luck to my presentation.
  • Transcript : So back to today&apos;s session, these are the topics I would like to talk about. If you attended the keynote yesterday morning, you might have heard Mister Toyoki describe Fujitsu as a strong partner with Oracle. Today I&apos;m going to talk about this relationship and resulting bright future of SPARC Enterprise. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : So back to today&apos;s session, these are the topics I would like to talk about. If you attended the keynote yesterday morning, you might have heard Mister Toyoki describe Fujitsu as a strong partner with Oracle. Today I&apos;m going to talk about this relationship and resulting bright future of SPARC Enterprise. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : So back to today&apos;s session, these are the topics I would like to talk about. If you attended the keynote yesterday morning, you might have heard Mister Toyoki describe Fujitsu as a strong partner with Oracle. Today I&apos;m going to talk about this relationship and resulting bright future of SPARC Enterprise.
  • Transcript : In the first part of this session, I&apos;ll cover a few additional points about Fujitsu, what we&apos;ll do and how we think. This will give you a better understanding of our commitment to SPARC Enterprise Servers. Fujitsu has sales and support operations in over 70 countries and around 176,000 employees working with IT systems and services in the global marketplace. As a result, our revenue in fiscal 2009 was about $50 billion. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : In the first part of this session, I&apos;ll cover a few additional points about Fujitsu, what we&apos;ll do and how we think. This will give you a better understanding of our commitment to SPARC Enterprise Servers. Fujitsu has sales and support operations in over 70 countries and around 176,000 employees working with IT systems and services in the global marketplace. As a result, our revenue in fiscal 2009 was about $50 billion. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : In the first part of this session, I&apos;ll cover a few additional points about Fujitsu, what we&apos;ll do and how we think. This will give you a better understanding of our commitment to SPARC Enterprise Servers. Fujitsu has sales and support operations in over 70 countries and around 176,000 employees working with IT systems and services in the global marketplace. As a result, our revenue in fiscal 2009 was about $50 billion.
  • Transcript : Our core business segments are Technology Solutions, Ubiquitous Product, and Device Solutions. We are also the world&apos;s third largest IT services provider. Our biggest overall segment is Technology Solution. This consists of system product and services including systems integration, consulting, and a data center business. Some of you here may not know Fujitsu all that well. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Our core business segments are Technology Solutions, Ubiquitous Product, and Device Solutions. We are also the world&apos;s third largest IT services provider. Our biggest overall segment is Technology Solution. This consists of system product and services including systems integration, consulting, and a data center business. Some of you here may not know Fujitsu all that well. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Our core business segments are Technology Solutions, Ubiquitous Product, and Device Solutions. We are also the world&apos;s third largest IT services provider. Our biggest overall segment is Technology Solution. This consists of system product and services including systems integration, consulting, and a data center business. Some of you here may not know Fujitsu all that well. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Our core business segments are Technology Solutions, Ubiquitous Product, and Device Solutions. We are also the world&apos;s third largest IT services provider. Our biggest overall segment is Technology Solution. This consists of system product and services including systems integration, consulting, and a data center business. Some of you here may not know Fujitsu all that well.
  • Transcript : So I will take a few moments to show a short video that introduces how Fujitsu does business. VIDEO: Today our lives are touched by computing and telecommunications in so many ways. And whether you know it or not, Fujitsu&apos;s products and services are at the heart of it all. When you&apos;re at the office, shopping, or on the move, Fujitsu&apos;s systems are right there with you. Our systems and networks process and carry information to help you through your day. From the electronic devices found in nearly every product, to hardware platforms such as servers, storage devices and network equipment, as well as system software and business applications, we build complete information systems for a wide range of enterprises. We&apos;ve also developed technologies to ensure stable and secure operations in fields such as government, education, and healthcare, including vital infrastructure systems that society relies on. For example, Fujitsu&apos;s innovative technology is making driver safer and more comfortable. And we&apos;re continually creating new technologies to improve safety and convenience, like our highly secure biometric identification technology based on palm vein pattern recognition. Our electronic medical record system enables digitized diagnostic and medical treatment information to be shared among care givers. Our RFID tag solutions employ embedded IC chips in radio frequency sensors to efficiently track the movement of individual pieces of luggage or packages. These technologies are steadily gaining in popularity as they are deployed throughout the world, the emerging ubiquitous networking world, a world of anytime, anywhere communications and real-time information access for all. Fujitsu is making it happen, always striving to leverage technological innovation to turn dreams into reality. Author’s Original Notes: Some of you here, may not know Fujitsu, all that well. So I will take a few moments, to show a short video, that introduces how Fujitsu does business. [DVD-1 start] Transcript : So I will take a few moments to show a short video that introduces how Fujitsu does business. VIDEO: Today our lives are touched by computing and telecommunications in so many ways. And whether you know it or not, Fujitsu&apos;s products and services are at the heart of it all. When you&apos;re at the office, shopping, or on the move, Fujitsu&apos;s systems are right there with you. Our systems and networks process and carry information to help you through your day. From the electronic devices found in nearly every product, to hardware platforms such as servers, storage devices and network equipment, as well as system software and business applications, we build complete information systems for a wide range of enterprises. We&apos;ve also developed technologies to ensure stable and secure operations in fields such as government, education, and healthcare, including vital infrastructure systems that society relies on. For example, Fujitsu&apos;s innovative technology is making driver safer and more comfortable. And we&apos;re continually creating new technologies to improve safety and convenience, like our highly secure biometric identification technology based on palm vein pattern recognition. Our electronic medical record system enables digitized diagnostic and medical treatment information to be shared among care givers. Our RFID tag solutions employ embedded IC chips in radio frequency sensors to efficiently track the movement of individual pieces of luggage or packages. These technologies are steadily gaining in popularity as they are deployed throughout the world, the emerging ubiquitous networking world, a world of anytime, anywhere communications and real-time information access for all. Fujitsu is making it happen, always striving to leverage technological innovation to turn dreams into reality. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : So I will take a few moments to show a short video that introduces how Fujitsu does business. VIDEO: Today our lives are touched by computing and telecommunications in so many ways. And whether you know it or not, Fujitsu&apos;s products and services are at the heart of it all. When you&apos;re at the office, shopping, or on the move, Fujitsu&apos;s systems are right there with you. Our systems and networks process and carry information to help you through your day. From the electronic devices found in nearly every product, to hardware platforms such as servers, storage devices and network equipment, as well as system software and business applications, we build complete information systems for a wide range of enterprises. We&apos;ve also developed technologies to ensure stable and secure operations in fields such as government, education, and healthcare, including vital infrastructure systems that society relies on. For example, Fujitsu&apos;s innovative technology is making driver safer and more comfortable. And we&apos;re continually creating new technologies to improve safety and convenience, like our highly secure biometric identification technology based on palm vein pattern recognition. Our electronic medical record system enables digitized diagnostic and medical treatment information to be shared among care givers. Our RFID tag solutions employ embedded IC chips in radio frequency sensors to efficiently track the movement of individual pieces of luggage or packages. These technologies are steadily gaining in popularity as they are deployed throughout the world, the emerging ubiquitous networking world, a world of anytime, anywhere communications and real-time information access for all. Fujitsu is making it happen, always striving to leverage technological innovation to turn dreams into reality. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: SPARC Enterprise is an important system platform in our portfolio, which also includes mainframes, x86 servers and HPC servers. But everything we do, high performance and scalability, highest possible availability and customer investment protection are paramount. These concepts are therefore key to SPARC Enterprise Servers. As we look at SPARC Enterprise in more detail, you&apos;ll see why. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: SPARC Enterprise is an important system platform in our portfolio, which also includes mainframes, x86 servers and HPC servers. But everything we do, high performance and scalability, highest possible availability and customer investment protection are paramount. These concepts are therefore key to SPARC Enterprise Servers. As we look at SPARC Enterprise in more detail, you&apos;ll see why. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: SPARC Enterprise is an important system platform in our portfolio, which also includes mainframes, x86 servers and HPC servers. But everything we do, high performance and scalability, highest possible availability and customer investment protection are paramount. These concepts are therefore key to SPARC Enterprise Servers. As we look at SPARC Enterprise in more detail, you&apos;ll see why.
  • Transcript : Many of you may know Fujitsu best as a Notebook supplier. Some may also know us as a former Amdahl who released it&apos;s first mainframe in 1954, and since then it has been one long commitment to innovation and assurance of our three key technology values. 1968 saw multiple processor models and by 1972 Amdahl had released the Amdahl 470V/6 in joint development with Fujitsu. CMOS versions paroled in 1995 and 256 core systems with 16 node cluster configurations by 2002. Customer investment protection, see us now developing the next generation. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Many of you may know Fujitsu best as a Notebook supplier. Some may also know us as a former Amdahl who released it&apos;s first mainframe in 1954, and since then it has been one long commitment to innovation and assurance of our three key technology values. 1968 saw multiple processor models and by 1972 Amdahl had released the Amdahl 470V/6 in joint development with Fujitsu. CMOS versions paroled in 1995 and 256 core systems with 16 node cluster configurations by 2002. Customer investment protection, see us now developing the next generation. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Many of you may know Fujitsu best as a Notebook supplier. Some may also know us as a former Amdahl who released it&apos;s first mainframe in 1954, and since then it has been one long commitment to innovation and assurance of our three key technology values. 1968 saw multiple processor models and by 1972 Amdahl had released the Amdahl 470V/6 in joint development with Fujitsu. CMOS versions paroled in 1995 and 256 core systems with 16 node cluster configurations by 2002. Customer investment protection, see us now developing the next generation.
  • Transcript : Another segment of system products is HPC. Fujitsu is now bidding the so-called K computer targeting 10mFLOPS by 2012. We are expecting this system to achieve world-class performance but more importantly it will accelerate many areas of scientific and medical research. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Another segment of system products is HPC. Fujitsu is now bidding the so-called K computer targeting 10mFLOPS by 2012. We are expecting this system to achieve world-class performance but more importantly it will accelerate many areas of scientific and medical research. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Another segment of system products is HPC. Fujitsu is now bidding the so-called K computer targeting 10mFLOPS by 2012. We are expecting this system to achieve world-class performance but more importantly it will accelerate many areas of scientific and medical research.
  • Transcript : As if from the pages of science fiction, JAXA, the Japan equivalent of NASA, had great news this spring. JAXA stands for Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The excitement was the successory term of the agency&apos;s asteroid probe named Hayabusa. In English, that translates to peregrine falcon. It has safely completed its 7-year 4 billion mile mission and returned to Earth this June. JAXA&apos;s plan was to extract material from asteroid as a way of decoding the mysteries of the universe. In this project, Fujitsu servers were used for orbit determination and also to provide data transmission systems. Launched in 2003, Hayabusa used ion engines to fly to the asteroid Itokawa. Along the way, there were engine problems, which caused the probe to disappear from its expected trajectory. Fujitsu and JAXA together were able to use the orbit determination system to successfully relocate Hayabusa and allow the probe to continue. It was enabled to land on the asteroid, collect the samples, and return to Earth successfully. Transcript : As if from the pages of science fiction, JAXA, the Japan equivalent of NASA, had great news this spring. JAXA stands for Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The excitement was the successory term of the agency&apos;s asteroid probe named Hayabusa. In English, that translates to peregrine falcon. It has safely completed its 7-year 4 billion mile mission and returned to Earth this June. JAXA&apos;s plan was to extract material from asteroid as a way of decoding the mysteries of the universe. In this project, Fujitsu servers were used for orbit determination and also to provide data transmission systems. Launched in 2003, Hayabusa used ion engines to fly to the asteroid Itokawa. Along the way, there were engine problems, which caused the probe to disappear from its expected trajectory. Fujitsu and JAXA together were able to use the orbit determination system to successfully relocate Hayabusa and allow the probe to continue. It was enabled to land on the asteroid, collect the samples, and return to Earth successfully. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : As if from the pages of science fiction, JAXA, the Japan equivalent of NASA, had great news this spring. JAXA stands for Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency. The excitement was the successory term of the agency&apos;s asteroid probe named Hayabusa. In English, that translates to peregrine falcon. It has safely completed its 7-year 4 billion mile mission and returned to Earth this June. JAXA&apos;s plan was to extract material from asteroid as a way of decoding the mysteries of the universe. In this project, Fujitsu servers were used for orbit determination and also to provide data transmission systems. Launched in 2003, Hayabusa used ion engines to fly to the asteroid Itokawa. Along the way, there were engine problems, which caused the probe to disappear from its expected trajectory. Fujitsu and JAXA together were able to use the orbit determination system to successfully relocate Hayabusa and allow the probe to continue. It was enabled to land on the asteroid, collect the samples, and return to Earth successfully. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : The same dedication is evident in Fujitsu&apos;s commitment to Unix. Fujitsu released its first Unix servers in 1978. We then joined in collaboration with Sun in 1983 and manufactured the first SPARC chip for Sun in 1987. This was followed by a System V Release 4 Version in 1988. In parallel, Fujitsu also designed and manufactured its own SPARC processors as a member of SPARC International. In 2004 Sun, Fujitsu entered a new era of collaboration, which led to the release of SPARC Enterprise Servers based on integrated technologies from both companies. That was forerunner of our next collaboration, which I will cover shortly. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : The same dedication is evident in Fujitsu&apos;s commitment to Unix. Fujitsu released its first Unix servers in 1978. We then joined in collaboration with Sun in 1983 and manufactured the first SPARC chip for Sun in 1987. This was followed by a System V Release 4 Version in 1988. In parallel, Fujitsu also designed and manufactured its own SPARC processors as a member of SPARC International. In 2004 Sun, Fujitsu entered a new era of collaboration, which led to the release of SPARC Enterprise Servers based on integrated technologies from both companies. That was forerunner of our next collaboration, which I will cover shortly. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : The same dedication is evident in Fujitsu&apos;s commitment to Unix. Fujitsu released its first Unix servers in 1978. We then joined in collaboration with Sun in 1983 and manufactured the first SPARC chip for Sun in 1987. This was followed by a System V Release 4 Version in 1988. In parallel, Fujitsu also designed and manufactured its own SPARC processors as a member of SPARC International. In 2004 Sun, Fujitsu entered a new era of collaboration, which led to the release of SPARC Enterprise Servers based on integrated technologies from both companies. That was forerunner of our next collaboration, which I will cover shortly.
  • Transcript : Now, Fujitsu is engaged in R&amp;D for technologies needed for more human-centric IT. This includes sensor technologies, mobile communications, and platform, and service technologies for cloud computing. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Now, Fujitsu is engaged in R&amp;D for technologies needed for more human-centric IT. This includes sensor technologies, mobile communications, and platform, and service technologies for cloud computing. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Now, Fujitsu is engaged in R&amp;D for technologies needed for more human-centric IT. This includes sensor technologies, mobile communications, and platform, and service technologies for cloud computing.
  • Transcript : By combining these new advances with new integration services, Fujitsu is looking to deliver up enhanced offerings which will have the ability to enrich people&apos;s life. They will also help build lower impact IT-enabled infrastructures for environmental sustainability. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : By combining these new advances with new integration services, Fujitsu is looking to deliver up enhanced offerings which will have the ability to enrich people&apos;s life. They will also help build lower impact IT-enabled infrastructures for environmental sustainability. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : By combining these new advances with new integration services, Fujitsu is looking to deliver up enhanced offerings which will have the ability to enrich people&apos;s life. They will also help build lower impact IT-enabled infrastructures for environmental sustainability.
  • Transcript : Now I would like to talk more about our current SPARC Enterprise line of servers and the strong partnership that has helped us create such a great product. Transcript : Now I would like to talk more about our current SPARC Enterprise line of servers and the strong partnership that has helped us create such a great product. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Now I would like to talk more about our current SPARC Enterprise line of servers and the strong partnership that has helped us create such a great product. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : SPARC Enterprise Servers are the product of Oracle and Fujitsu integrated technologies, enable us to offer optimized virtualization features and application scalability plus benchmark winning performance with Oracle databases. That contributes to solution-wide high availability. To achieve our goals in building next generation servers that best leverage Oracle and Fujitsu strengths, we now work together as a team. It&apos;s a very exciting experience. The knowledge we have gained with the current SPARC Enterprise has laid a strong foundation for cooperation. In our next generation project, we have been able to make many improvements. I will introduce some later. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : SPARC Enterprise Servers are the product of Oracle and Fujitsu integrated technologies, enable us to offer optimized virtualization features and application scalability plus benchmark winning performance with Oracle databases. That contributes to solution-wide high availability. To achieve our goals in building next generation servers that best leverage Oracle and Fujitsu strengths, we now work together as a team. It&apos;s a very exciting experience. The knowledge we have gained with the current SPARC Enterprise has laid a strong foundation for cooperation. In our next generation project, we have been able to make many improvements. I will introduce some later. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : SPARC Enterprise Servers are the product of Oracle and Fujitsu integrated technologies, enable us to offer optimized virtualization features and application scalability plus benchmark winning performance with Oracle databases. That contributes to solution-wide high availability. To achieve our goals in building next generation servers that best leverage Oracle and Fujitsu strengths, we now work together as a team. It&apos;s a very exciting experience. The knowledge we have gained with the current SPARC Enterprise has laid a strong foundation for cooperation. In our next generation project, we have been able to make many improvements. I will introduce some later. Transcript : SPARC Enterprise Servers are the product of Oracle and Fujitsu integrated technologies, enable us to offer optimized virtualization features and application scalability plus benchmark winning performance with Oracle databases. That contributes to solution-wide high availability. To achieve our goals in building next generation servers that best leverage Oracle and Fujitsu strengths, we now work together as a team. It&apos;s a very exciting experience. The knowledge we have gained with the current SPARC Enterprise has laid a strong foundation for cooperation. In our next generation project, we have been able to make many improvements. I will introduce some later.
  • Transcript : This is our lineup. It covers a broadest range of performance and configurations for a wide range of workloads. T-series maximize the throughput-centric applications. M-series delivers small to massive scalability and highest possible reliability for mission-critical applications. Transcript : This is our lineup. It covers a broadest range of performance and configurations for a wide range of workloads. T-series maximize the throughput-centric applications. M-series delivers small to massive scalability and highest possible reliability for mission-critical applications. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : Oracle and Fujitsu engineers have and continue to work closely together in virtual teams across our campuses in United States and Japan. Of course, in San Francisco area, we are very close together with campuses for both companies in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale. But we also directly connect Oracle and Fujitsu engineers across the Pacific Ocean. We have dedicated and secure network connections that were established many years ago at the start of our collaboration. This allows engineers in both countries to share documents, source code, technical drawings and other information enabling instantaneous cooperation and shrinking the broken times. We have also established many virtual focus teams who look after important components of the SPARC Enterprise project, for instance, data center server teams, midrange system teams, service processor software teams, and multiple Solaris and documentation teams. Once or twice in working together was -- when we tried web conference technology for more effective communication, it failed. I guess reason was engineers from very different cultures, they preferred to multitask and talk on the phone rather than sit in a separate meeting room. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Oracle and Fujitsu engineers have and continue to work closely together in virtual teams across our campuses in United States and Japan. Of course, in San Francisco area, we are very close together with campuses for both companies in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale. But we also directly connect Oracle and Fujitsu engineers across the Pacific Ocean. We have dedicated and secure network connections that were established many years ago at the start of our collaboration. This allows engineers in both countries to share documents, source code, technical drawings and other information enabling instantaneous cooperation and shrinking the broken times. We have also established many virtual focus teams who look after important components of the SPARC Enterprise project, for instance, data center server teams, midrange system teams, service processor software teams, and multiple Solaris and documentation teams. Once or twice in working together was -- when we tried web conference technology for more effective communication, it failed. I guess reason was engineers from very different cultures, they preferred to multitask and talk on the phone rather than sit in a separate meeting room. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Oracle and Fujitsu engineers have and continue to work closely together in virtual teams across our campuses in United States and Japan. Of course, in San Francisco area, we are very close together with campuses for both companies in Santa Clara and Sunnyvale. But we also directly connect Oracle and Fujitsu engineers across the Pacific Ocean. We have dedicated and secure network connections that were established many years ago at the start of our collaboration. This allows engineers in both countries to share documents, source code, technical drawings and other information enabling instantaneous cooperation and shrinking the broken times. We have also established many virtual focus teams who look after important components of the SPARC Enterprise project, for instance, data center server teams, midrange system teams, service processor software teams, and multiple Solaris and documentation teams. Once or twice in working together was -- when we tried web conference technology for more effective communication, it failed. I guess reason was engineers from very different cultures, they preferred to multitask and talk on the phone rather than sit in a separate meeting room.
  • Transcript : Our server design targets seek balanced, high performance systems. As semiconductor technologies progress, more resources and more features can be integrated in a smaller space. This also enables great application consolidation per box and a greater return on customer investment. However, with storage and network features continuing to become more integrated, the impact of a hardware and software failures has become even more problematic. This complexity also making security management extremely important. Plus resource utilization is also becoming ever more difficult to manage. Thus through our dedicated collaboration, we have resolved these issues in SPARC Enterprise. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Our server design targets seek balanced, high performance systems. As semiconductor technologies progress, more resources and more features can be integrated in a smaller space. This also enables great application consolidation per box and a greater return on customer investment. However, with storage and network features continuing to become more integrated, the impact of a hardware and software failures has become even more problematic. This complexity also making security management extremely important. Plus resource utilization is also becoming ever more difficult to manage. Thus through our dedicated collaboration, we have resolved these issues in SPARC Enterprise. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Our server design targets seek balanced, high performance systems. As semiconductor technologies progress, more resources and more features can be integrated in a smaller space. This also enables great application consolidation per box and a greater return on customer investment. However, with storage and network features continuing to become more integrated, the impact of a hardware and software failures has become even more problematic. This complexity also making security management extremely important. Plus resource utilization is also becoming ever more difficult to manage. Thus through our dedicated collaboration, we have resolved these issues in SPARC Enterprise. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Our server design targets seek balanced, high performance systems. As semiconductor technologies progress, more resources and more features can be integrated in a smaller space. This also enables great application consolidation per box and a greater return on customer investment. However, with storage and network features continuing to become more integrated, the impact of a hardware and software failures has become even more problematic. This complexity also making security management extremely important. Plus resource utilization is also becoming ever more difficult to manage. Thus through our dedicated collaboration, we have resolved these issues in SPARC Enterprise. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Our server design targets seek balanced, high performance systems. As semiconductor technologies progress, more resources and more features can be integrated in a smaller space. This also enables great application consolidation per box and a greater return on customer investment. However, with storage and network features continuing to become more integrated, the impact of a hardware and software failures has become even more problematic. This complexity also making security management extremely important. Plus resource utilization is also becoming ever more difficult to manage. Thus through our dedicated collaboration, we have resolved these issues in SPARC Enterprise.
  • Transcript : With SPARC Enterprise M-series, Fujitsu and Oracle offer many benefits to our customers. In addition to world-class technologies from both companies, they also adhere to Fujitsu fundamental values for mission-critical computing: best platform for mission-critical workloads, agility to adapt to business change, and customer investment protection. These key Fujitsu values are implemented as virtualization technologies, scalability technologies, and availability technologies. Of course, we also built essential security features in our product as a standard. Let me give you an example. It concerns the service processor XSCF and its dynamic reconfiguration capability XSCF-DR. This hardware implementation of dynamic reconfiguration has been designed and implemented to meet the security requirement that should be provided in trusted cloud service operation for multiple tenancy. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : With SPARC Enterprise M-series, Fujitsu and Oracle offer many benefits to our customers. In addition to world-class technologies from both companies, they also adhere to Fujitsu fundamental values for mission-critical computing: best platform for mission-critical workloads, agility to adapt to business change, and customer investment protection. These key Fujitsu values are implemented as virtualization technologies, scalability technologies, and availability technologies. Of course, we also built essential security features in our product as a standard. Let me give you an example. It concerns the service processor XSCF and its dynamic reconfiguration capability XSCF-DR. This hardware implementation of dynamic reconfiguration has been designed and implemented to meet the security requirement that should be provided in trusted cloud service operation for multiple tenancy. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : With SPARC Enterprise M-series, Fujitsu and Oracle offer many benefits to our customers. In addition to world-class technologies from both companies, they also adhere to Fujitsu fundamental values for mission-critical computing: best platform for mission-critical workloads, agility to adapt to business change, and customer investment protection. These key Fujitsu values are implemented as virtualization technologies, scalability technologies, and availability technologies. Of course, we also built essential security features in our product as a standard. Let me give you an example. It concerns the service processor XSCF and its dynamic reconfiguration capability XSCF-DR. This hardware implementation of dynamic reconfiguration has been designed and implemented to meet the security requirement that should be provided in trusted cloud service operation for multiple tenancy.
  • Transcript : In past generations, system administrators has to issue dynamic reconfiguration commands in both From and To domains, to domains to separate operations and a great opportunity for making mistakes. Now, with DR administration moved to the service processor, transferring resources between domains becomes a much simpler and secure operation. We now use one XSCF command to build domains and move domain resources around. Secure shell connection to the XSCF and robust user privilege management also significantly improved the security surrounding the dynamic reconfiguration process. This is just one small example of our attention to detail and the desire to consistently improve our product and continue to add benefit for our customers. Transcript : In past generations, system administrators has to issue dynamic reconfiguration commands in both From and To domains, to domains to separate operations and a great opportunity for making mistakes. Now, with DR administration moved to the service processor, transferring resources between domains becomes a much simpler and secure operation. We now use one XSCF command to build domains and move domain resources around. Secure shell connection to the XSCF and robust user privilege management also significantly improved the security surrounding the dynamic reconfiguration process. This is just one small example of our attention to detail and the desire to consistently improve our product and continue to add benefit for our customers. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : In past generations, system administrators has to issue dynamic reconfiguration commands in both From and To domains, to domains to separate operations and a great opportunity for making mistakes. Now, with DR administration moved to the service processor, transferring resources between domains becomes a much simpler and secure operation. We now use one XSCF command to build domains and move domain resources around. Secure shell connection to the XSCF and robust user privilege management also significantly improved the security surrounding the dynamic reconfiguration process. This is just one small example of our attention to detail and the desire to consistently improve our product and continue to add benefit for our customers. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : Through our long history of collaboration, Fujitsu and Oracle has been able to tightly couple our development plans for SPARC and Solaris. On M-series, we are developing a new high performance processor with brand new features. But true to our customer investment protection strategy, we also continue our support of upgradeability and mixed CPU generation configurations. Transcript : Through our long history of collaboration, Fujitsu and Oracle has been able to tightly couple our development plans for SPARC and Solaris. On M-series, we are developing a new high performance processor with brand new features. But true to our customer investment protection strategy, we also continue our support of upgradeability and mixed CPU generation configurations. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Through our long history of collaboration, Fujitsu and Oracle has been able to tightly couple our development plans for SPARC and Solaris. On M-series, we are developing a new high performance processor with brand new features. But true to our customer investment protection strategy, we also continue our support of upgradeability and mixed CPU generation configurations. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : Let&apos;s pause for a moment and look at a SPARC Enterprise video that covers our key messages. VIDEO: Over one year ago, Sun and Fujitsu introduced the SPARC Enterprise M-series servers. This product line combined the best of mainframe and open systems technologies that reshape the enterprise computing market. The latest SPARC64 processor delivers up to two times the processing performance. You get complete flexibility to mix and match your current and new processor technologies in your existing system. And with nearly two times the previous compute density, the new M-series servers are ideal platforms for system virtualization and consolidation. Since being introduced, SPARC Enterprise Servers had been the fastest growing high-end enterprise platform in Sun&apos;s history. Adoption has been seamless, and SPARC Enterprise Servers are fully compatible with existing applications and deliver unbeatable RAS technology and the performance demanded by customers. So get started now and see for yourself why this is the best platform for the largest workloads and mission-critical applications. Author’s Original Notes: Let&apos;s pause for a moment, and look at a SPARC Enterprise video, that covers our key messages. [DVD-2 start] Transcript : Let&apos;s pause for a moment and look at a SPARC Enterprise video that covers our key messages. VIDEO: Over one year ago, Sun and Fujitsu introduced the SPARC Enterprise M-series servers. This product line combined the best of mainframe and open systems technologies that reshape the enterprise computing market. The latest SPARC64 processor delivers up to two times the processing performance. You get complete flexibility to mix and match your current and new processor technologies in your existing system. And with nearly two times the previous compute density, the new M-series servers are ideal platforms for system virtualization and consolidation. Since being introduced, SPARC Enterprise Servers had been the fastest growing high-end enterprise platform in Sun&apos;s history. Adoption has been seamless, and SPARC Enterprise Servers are fully compatible with existing applications and deliver unbeatable RAS technology and the performance demanded by customers. So get started now and see for yourself why this is the best platform for the largest workloads and mission-critical applications. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Let&apos;s pause for a moment and look at a SPARC Enterprise video that covers our key messages. VIDEO: Over one year ago, Sun and Fujitsu introduced the SPARC Enterprise M-series servers. This product line combined the best of mainframe and open systems technologies that reshape the enterprise computing market. The latest SPARC64 processor delivers up to two times the processing performance. You get complete flexibility to mix and match your current and new processor technologies in your existing system. And with nearly two times the previous compute density, the new M-series servers are ideal platforms for system virtualization and consolidation. Since being introduced, SPARC Enterprise Servers had been the fastest growing high-end enterprise platform in Sun&apos;s history. Adoption has been seamless, and SPARC Enterprise Servers are fully compatible with existing applications and deliver unbeatable RAS technology and the performance demanded by customers. So get started now and see for yourself why this is the best platform for the largest workloads and mission-critical applications. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: Now, let&apos;s have a look at some of the features that SPARC Enterprise offers that were mentioned briefly in the video. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: Now, let&apos;s have a look at some of the features that SPARC Enterprise offers that were mentioned briefly in the video. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: Now, let&apos;s have a look at some of the features that SPARC Enterprise offers that were mentioned briefly in the video.
  • Transcript : Virtualization technologies are now becoming well-accepted. Solaris enables resource optimization and great flexibility on very robust platforms. Solaris and the service processor software provide sophisticated management capability by combining both software and hardware virtualization. This means secure consolidation of systems that cannot afford to go offline. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Virtualization technologies are now becoming well-accepted. Solaris enables resource optimization and great flexibility on very robust platforms. Solaris and the service processor software provide sophisticated management capability by combining both software and hardware virtualization. This means secure consolidation of systems that cannot afford to go offline. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Virtualization technologies are now becoming well-accepted. Solaris enables resource optimization and great flexibility on very robust platforms. Solaris and the service processor software provide sophisticated management capability by combining both software and hardware virtualization. This means secure consolidation of systems that cannot afford to go offline.
  • Transcript : Fujitsu and Oracle together are enabled to offer the broadest range of virtualization techniques to meet all customer needs. These techniques can be mixed and matched and achieve business continuity, agility, and improved business operation for every application requirement all in the same box. For instance, you can line your database application on a dynamic domain and enjoy the most stable performance and availability possible. At the same time, you can run other web applications in Solaris containers and take advantage of the flexible resource allocation capabilities. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Fujitsu and Oracle together are enabled to offer the broadest range of virtualization techniques to meet all customer needs. These techniques can be mixed and matched and achieve business continuity, agility, and improved business operation for every application requirement all in the same box. For instance, you can line your database application on a dynamic domain and enjoy the most stable performance and availability possible. At the same time, you can run other web applications in Solaris containers and take advantage of the flexible resource allocation capabilities. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Fujitsu and Oracle together are enabled to offer the broadest range of virtualization techniques to meet all customer needs. These techniques can be mixed and matched and achieve business continuity, agility, and improved business operation for every application requirement all in the same box. For instance, you can line your database application on a dynamic domain and enjoy the most stable performance and availability possible. At the same time, you can run other web applications in Solaris containers and take advantage of the flexible resource allocation capabilities.
  • Transcript : But consolidating systems does not necessarily mean everything is going to work well. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : But consolidating systems does not necessarily mean everything is going to work well. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : But consolidating systems does not necessarily mean everything is going to work well.
  • Transcript : You need features that address scalability, performance, and support business change. Additional dynamic resource optimization is required to handle the growing performance demands from each application. To handle all of this, we have designed high-performance CPUs with integrated cache hierarchy, advanced I/O and memory plus scalable and robust interconnects that we have proven in multiple benchmarks using real business application. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : You need features that address scalability, performance, and support business change. Additional dynamic resource optimization is required to handle the growing performance demands from each application. To handle all of this, we have designed high-performance CPUs with integrated cache hierarchy, advanced I/O and memory plus scalable and robust interconnects that we have proven in multiple benchmarks using real business application. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : You need features that address scalability, performance, and support business change. Additional dynamic resource optimization is required to handle the growing performance demands from each application. To handle all of this, we have designed high-performance CPUs with integrated cache hierarchy, advanced I/O and memory plus scalable and robust interconnects that we have proven in multiple benchmarks using real business application.
  • Transcript : At Fujitsu, we never stop improving our CPU and memory architecture. That is why we can regularly release higher performance processors that deliver long-term and significant performance increases by adding cores, introducing ever more sophisticated threading mechanism and extending CPU cache capacity. SPARC Enterprise customers have already benefited from a tripling of performance every two to three years. What&apos;s coming next looks even better. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : At Fujitsu, we never stop improving our CPU and memory architecture. That is why we can regularly release higher performance processors that deliver long-term and significant performance increases by adding cores, introducing ever more sophisticated threading mechanism and extending CPU cache capacity. SPARC Enterprise customers have already benefited from a tripling of performance every two to three years. What&apos;s coming next looks even better. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : At Fujitsu, we never stop improving our CPU and memory architecture. That is why we can regularly release higher performance processors that deliver long-term and significant performance increases by adding cores, introducing ever more sophisticated threading mechanism and extending CPU cache capacity. SPARC Enterprise customers have already benefited from a tripling of performance every two to three years. What&apos;s coming next looks even better.
  • Transcript : SPARC Enterprise now scales to 256 processor cores using low latency and high throughput interconnects. This is a development of Fujitsu&apos;s high-speed transmission technology. Used in combination with Solaris MPO technology, customer applications are able to smoothly scale without compromise. Enhanced scalability without compromises has always been our goal. And we have achieved a regular doubling of thread size from 128 to 256 to 512 threads since 2007. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : SPARC Enterprise now scales to 256 processor cores using low latency and high throughput interconnects. This is a development of Fujitsu&apos;s high-speed transmission technology. Used in combination with Solaris MPO technology, customer applications are able to smoothly scale without compromise. Enhanced scalability without compromises has always been our goal. And we have achieved a regular doubling of thread size from 128 to 256 to 512 threads since 2007. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : SPARC Enterprise now scales to 256 processor cores using low latency and high throughput interconnects. This is a development of Fujitsu&apos;s high-speed transmission technology. Used in combination with Solaris MPO technology, customer applications are able to smoothly scale without compromise. Enhanced scalability without compromises has always been our goal. And we have achieved a regular doubling of thread size from 128 to 256 to 512 threads since 2007.
  • Transcript : This benchmark graph demonstrates the full and focused -- SPARC Enterprise Model 9000. So blue line represents idle, top one. You can clearly see most processor power is used for customer applications without idling. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : This benchmark graph demonstrates the full and focused -- SPARC Enterprise Model 9000. So blue line represents idle, top one. You can clearly see most processor power is used for customer applications without idling. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : This benchmark graph demonstrates the full and focused -- SPARC Enterprise Model 9000. So blue line represents idle, top one. You can clearly see most processor power is used for customer applications without idling.
  • Transcript : We have also proven that we can offer major gains in OLTP performance using I/O technology especially in conjunction with Oracle Flash technology on M-series in a proof of concept with Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache and SPARC Enterprise Model 3000. We accomplished 7 times the throughput and improved response time by a factor of 20. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : We have also proven that we can offer major gains in OLTP performance using I/O technology especially in conjunction with Oracle Flash technology on M-series in a proof of concept with Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache and SPARC Enterprise Model 3000. We accomplished 7 times the throughput and improved response time by a factor of 20. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : We have also proven that we can offer major gains in OLTP performance using I/O technology especially in conjunction with Oracle Flash technology on M-series in a proof of concept with Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache and SPARC Enterprise Model 3000. We accomplished 7 times the throughput and improved response time by a factor of 20.
  • Transcript : But whatever the performance, we could never make good on our promise of mission-critical computing without a strong focus on high availability. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : But whatever the performance, we could never make good on our promise of mission-critical computing without a strong focus on high availability. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : But whatever the performance, we could never make good on our promise of mission-critical computing without a strong focus on high availability.
  • Transcript : Most server vendors say that high availability is a key value. But actually achieving high availability requires you to deliver up the combination of robust platforms, well-planned functionality, and common sense administration tools. You need to acquire the required know-how and deliver up the right technologies to succeed with high availability. This demands experience at all level of the organization. As you may have seen in Mister Toyoki&apos;s keynote, Fujitsu has that long, long experience and development capability. Progress in semiconductor and high availability technologies benefits highly consolidated system stability and leads to overall operational stability. SPARC Enterprise also designed to meet an always-on requirement. This is based on data integrity, 24x7 operation capability, and predictive self-healing. These three items will reflect in the technology, but they are also customer requirements for mission-critical infrastructure systems. Let&apos;s look at an example of Fujitsu&apos;s approach to predictive self-healing. Our baseline is total data integrity, and the mechanism is predictive self-healing loop. We implemented this as an error detection and correction features in the processors, system interconnects, and other components. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Most server vendors say that high availability is a key value. But actually achieving high availability requires you to deliver up the combination of robust platforms, well-planned functionality, and common sense administration tools. You need to acquire the required know-how and deliver up the right technologies to succeed with high availability. This demands experience at all level of the organization. As you may have seen in Mister Toyoki&apos;s keynote, Fujitsu has that long, long experience and development capability. Progress in semiconductor and high availability technologies benefits highly consolidated system stability and leads to overall operational stability. SPARC Enterprise also designed to meet an always-on requirement. This is based on data integrity, 24x7 operation capability, and predictive self-healing. These three items will reflect in the technology, but they are also customer requirements for mission-critical infrastructure systems. Let&apos;s look at an example of Fujitsu&apos;s approach to predictive self-healing. Our baseline is total data integrity, and the mechanism is predictive self-healing loop. We implemented this as an error detection and correction features in the processors, system interconnects, and other components. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Most server vendors say that high availability is a key value. But actually achieving high availability requires you to deliver up the combination of robust platforms, well-planned functionality, and common sense administration tools. You need to acquire the required know-how and deliver up the right technologies to succeed with high availability. This demands experience at all level of the organization. As you may have seen in Mister Toyoki&apos;s keynote, Fujitsu has that long, long experience and development capability. Progress in semiconductor and high availability technologies benefits highly consolidated system stability and leads to overall operational stability. SPARC Enterprise also designed to meet an always-on requirement. This is based on data integrity, 24x7 operation capability, and predictive self-healing. These three items will reflect in the technology, but they are also customer requirements for mission-critical infrastructure systems. Let&apos;s look at an example of Fujitsu&apos;s approach to predictive self-healing. Our baseline is total data integrity, and the mechanism is predictive self-healing loop. We implemented this as an error detection and correction features in the processors, system interconnects, and other components.
  • Transcript : The green area shows that almost every part of the SPARC64 VII CPU has such features. Yellow shows error detection functions. And black shows areas not affected by errors. This careful overall design maintains data integrity while enhancing performance. With this, robust data integrity capability the loop from the detection, correction, dynamic reallocation, and maintenance can be automatically executed. This is an actual processor chip we have developed to enhance M-series. This is a pre-production level. Thankfully, the production versions looks a lot cooler than that diagram. As we extended the number of cores, capacity, and increased clock frequencies, we also devote significant resources to enhancing the predictive self-healing features. Complete predictive self-healing process is fundamental. If a failure occurs, first, you need a design default to track down and report the faulty component. Then, you need to protect the data paths against propagation of error. Only then can you successfully degrade the part. But the part may still be difficult or risky to replace. This is not good enough for SPARC Enterprise. Our focus is on making all the pieces work together. The way our predictive self-healing works has become a very valuable asset. Our mainframe heritage has taught us well. So part swapping is also a very safe process with SPARC Enterprise. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : The green area shows that almost every part of the SPARC64 VII CPU has such features. Yellow shows error detection functions. And black shows areas not affected by errors. This careful overall design maintains data integrity while enhancing performance. With this, robust data integrity capability the loop from the detection, correction, dynamic reallocation, and maintenance can be automatically executed. This is an actual processor chip we have developed to enhance M-series. This is a pre-production level. Thankfully, the production versions looks a lot cooler than that diagram. As we extended the number of cores, capacity, and increased clock frequencies, we also devote significant resources to enhancing the predictive self-healing features. Complete predictive self-healing process is fundamental. If a failure occurs, first, you need a design default to track down and report the faulty component. Then, you need to protect the data paths against propagation of error. Only then can you successfully degrade the part. But the part may still be difficult or risky to replace. This is not good enough for SPARC Enterprise. Our focus is on making all the pieces work together. The way our predictive self-healing works has become a very valuable asset. Our mainframe heritage has taught us well. So part swapping is also a very safe process with SPARC Enterprise. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : The green area shows that almost every part of the SPARC64 VII CPU has such features. Yellow shows error detection functions. And black shows areas not affected by errors. This careful overall design maintains data integrity while enhancing performance. With this, robust data integrity capability the loop from the detection, correction, dynamic reallocation, and maintenance can be automatically executed. This is an actual processor chip we have developed to enhance M-series. This is a pre-production level. Thankfully, the production versions looks a lot cooler than that diagram. As we extended the number of cores, capacity, and increased clock frequencies, we also devote significant resources to enhancing the predictive self-healing features. Complete predictive self-healing process is fundamental. If a failure occurs, first, you need a design default to track down and report the faulty component. Then, you need to protect the data paths against propagation of error. Only then can you successfully degrade the part. But the part may still be difficult or risky to replace. This is not good enough for SPARC Enterprise. Our focus is on making all the pieces work together. The way our predictive self-healing works has become a very valuable asset. Our mainframe heritage has taught us well. So part swapping is also a very safe process with SPARC Enterprise.
  • Transcript : The predictive self-healing loop also improves Solaris features like FMA and SMF. FMA or Fault Management Architecture is tuned specifically for SPARC Enterprise. And the system architecture itself has been adopted and merged with FMA architecture. Fujitsu and Oracle engineers pushed themselves to employ cutting-edge design philosophies and sometimes entered heated discussions. But they always result in implementations that leverage Oracle and Fujitsu&apos;s strengths. For dynamic resource allocation, Solaris implements sophisticated resource isolation and reallocation mechanisms that minimize the impact to applications. In cooperation with hardware features, incremental resource isolation and progress migration can be executed automatically based on Solaris statistical information. Errors inside processors, for example, are handled first by isolating sections of the internal cache. If error persists, the area of isolation is extended until the error is removed. With memory, a similar process occurs using pages as a unit of isolation. This is yet another example of our collaboration leading to unique and variable features that ensure minimum impact on the system. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : The predictive self-healing loop also improves Solaris features like FMA and SMF. FMA or Fault Management Architecture is tuned specifically for SPARC Enterprise. And the system architecture itself has been adopted and merged with FMA architecture. Fujitsu and Oracle engineers pushed themselves to employ cutting-edge design philosophies and sometimes entered heated discussions. But they always result in implementations that leverage Oracle and Fujitsu&apos;s strengths. For dynamic resource allocation, Solaris implements sophisticated resource isolation and reallocation mechanisms that minimize the impact to applications. In cooperation with hardware features, incremental resource isolation and progress migration can be executed automatically based on Solaris statistical information. Errors inside processors, for example, are handled first by isolating sections of the internal cache. If error persists, the area of isolation is extended until the error is removed. With memory, a similar process occurs using pages as a unit of isolation. This is yet another example of our collaboration leading to unique and variable features that ensure minimum impact on the system. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : The predictive self-healing loop also improves Solaris features like FMA and SMF. FMA or Fault Management Architecture is tuned specifically for SPARC Enterprise. And the system architecture itself has been adopted and merged with FMA architecture. Fujitsu and Oracle engineers pushed themselves to employ cutting-edge design philosophies and sometimes entered heated discussions. But they always result in implementations that leverage Oracle and Fujitsu&apos;s strengths. For dynamic resource allocation, Solaris implements sophisticated resource isolation and reallocation mechanisms that minimize the impact to applications. In cooperation with hardware features, incremental resource isolation and progress migration can be executed automatically based on Solaris statistical information. Errors inside processors, for example, are handled first by isolating sections of the internal cache. If error persists, the area of isolation is extended until the error is removed. With memory, a similar process occurs using pages as a unit of isolation. This is yet another example of our collaboration leading to unique and variable features that ensure minimum impact on the system.
  • Transcript : Now, let&apos;s look at a few case studies where customers have built robust and scalable infrastructures using SPARC Enterprise Servers. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Now, let&apos;s look at a few case studies where customers have built robust and scalable infrastructures using SPARC Enterprise Servers. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Now, let&apos;s look at a few case studies where customers have built robust and scalable infrastructures using SPARC Enterprise Servers.
  • Transcript : Chine Mobile is the world&apos;s largest Telecom carrier and provides services for over 550 million customers. Based on competitive benchmarking of their applications, they selected SPARC Enterprise to run their centralized finance system, general budget system, and other applications. They now use over 1,000 SPARC Enterprise Servers, many of them high-end models. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Chine Mobile is the world&apos;s largest Telecom carrier and provides services for over 550 million customers. Based on competitive benchmarking of their applications, they selected SPARC Enterprise to run their centralized finance system, general budget system, and other applications. They now use over 1,000 SPARC Enterprise Servers, many of them high-end models. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Chine Mobile is the world&apos;s largest Telecom carrier and provides services for over 550 million customers. Based on competitive benchmarking of their applications, they selected SPARC Enterprise to run their centralized finance system, general budget system, and other applications. They now use over 1,000 SPARC Enterprise Servers, many of them high-end models.
  • Transcript : Most people who travel to Japan get to know Narita Airport. It&apos;s the eighth busiest passenger and fourth busiest freight hub in the world. Narita International Airport Corporation needed robust and scalable infrastructure to handle their air traffic services for over 30 million passengers per year. After variation, they have just introduced SPARC Enterprise midrange servers to run their new ramp control system. A ramp control system manages all aircraft movement on the ground. A major nonstop operation is required to ensure all aircraft match their slots, all passengers deplane and planes turn around safely. Busy airports cannot afford long wait times or planes crashing into each other. Fast and responsive systems are therefore essential. Ramp is the aviation term for the area around the terminals where planes are parked. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Most people who travel to Japan get to know Narita Airport. It&apos;s the eighth busiest passenger and fourth busiest freight hub in the world. Narita International Airport Corporation needed robust and scalable infrastructure to handle their air traffic services for over 30 million passengers per year. After variation, they have just introduced SPARC Enterprise midrange servers to run their new ramp control system. A ramp control system manages all aircraft movement on the ground. A major nonstop operation is required to ensure all aircraft match their slots, all passengers deplane and planes turn around safely. Busy airports cannot afford long wait times or planes crashing into each other. Fast and responsive systems are therefore essential. Ramp is the aviation term for the area around the terminals where planes are parked. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : Most people who travel to Japan get to know Narita Airport. It&apos;s the eighth busiest passenger and fourth busiest freight hub in the world. Narita International Airport Corporation needed robust and scalable infrastructure to handle their air traffic services for over 30 million passengers per year. After variation, they have just introduced SPARC Enterprise midrange servers to run their new ramp control system. A ramp control system manages all aircraft movement on the ground. A major nonstop operation is required to ensure all aircraft match their slots, all passengers deplane and planes turn around safely. Busy airports cannot afford long wait times or planes crashing into each other. Fast and responsive systems are therefore essential. Ramp is the aviation term for the area around the terminals where planes are parked.
  • Transcript : One of the three megabanks in Japan, Mizuho, has been a very successful customer for Fujitsu. Megabanks are great customers and key drivers for our mission-critical technology. We have deployed a solution that combines Fujitsu&apos;s mainframes and clustered SPARC Enterprise Model 3000s to directly manage more than 5,000 ATMs across all regions of Japan. Our always-on focus and consistent delivery of performance enhancements provide investment protection that bankers demand. The partnership with Mizuho Bank and with them we have attained of their critical needs also helps shape the future of our platforms. In these three cases, SPARC Enterprise was selected for its robust and highly scalable qualities which can adapt to changing circumstances and handle major loads with rock solid stability. SPARC Enterprise is moving on to the next stage of its development. We are at a point where we can light retrain. We have high performing, high reliable and available systems, but to maintain our commitment to our customers, we continue to look for new ways of adding value. One very important means of achieving this is by following integration with a product of our partners. Transcript : One of the three megabanks in Japan, Mizuho, has been a very successful customer for Fujitsu. Megabanks are great customers and key drivers for our mission-critical technology. We have deployed a solution that combines Fujitsu&apos;s mainframes and clustered SPARC Enterprise Model 3000s to directly manage more than 5,000 ATMs across all regions of Japan. Our always-on focus and consistent delivery of performance enhancements provide investment protection that bankers demand. The partnership with Mizuho Bank and with them we have attained of their critical needs also helps shape the future of our platforms. In these three cases, SPARC Enterprise was selected for its robust and highly scalable qualities which can adapt to changing circumstances and handle major loads with rock solid stability. SPARC Enterprise is moving on to the next stage of its development. We are at a point where we can light retrain. We have high performing, high reliable and available systems, but to maintain our commitment to our customers, we continue to look for new ways of adding value. One very important means of achieving this is by following integration with a product of our partners. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2007 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : One of the three megabanks in Japan, Mizuho, has been a very successful customer for Fujitsu. Megabanks are great customers and key drivers for our mission-critical technology. We have deployed a solution that combines Fujitsu&apos;s mainframes and clustered SPARC Enterprise Model 3000s to directly manage more than 5,000 ATMs across all regions of Japan. Our always-on focus and consistent delivery of performance enhancements provide investment protection that bankers demand. The partnership with Mizuho Bank and with them we have attained of their critical needs also helps shape the future of our platforms. In these three cases, SPARC Enterprise was selected for its robust and highly scalable qualities which can adapt to changing circumstances and handle major loads with rock solid stability. SPARC Enterprise is moving on to the next stage of its development. We are at a point where we can light retrain. We have high performing, high reliable and available systems, but to maintain our commitment to our customers, we continue to look for new ways of adding value. One very important means of achieving this is by following integration with a product of our partners. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : Fujitsu and Oracle will maximize the strengths of both companies to deliver ever better products, solutions, and support to our customers. Both companies are also working together to bring you the next generations of SPARC Solaris servers. These will provide the trusted platform solutions that will be required in the cloud computing era. Transcript : Fujitsu and Oracle will maximize the strengths of both companies to deliver ever better products, solutions, and support to our customers. Both companies are also working together to bring you the next generations of SPARC Solaris servers. These will provide the trusted platform solutions that will be required in the cloud computing era. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Fujitsu and Oracle will maximize the strengths of both companies to deliver ever better products, solutions, and support to our customers. Both companies are also working together to bring you the next generations of SPARC Solaris servers. These will provide the trusted platform solutions that will be required in the cloud computing era. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : So it&apos;ll give me great pleasure to introduce Mister Gary Beck, Oracle VP of Enterprise Systems. Great to see you, Gary. Thanks for joining me. Oracle OpenWorld continues to get bigger and bigger. And it&apos;s really exciting to see our Fujitsu and Oracle together. GARY BECK: Izuta san it&apos;s great to see you again. I just saw you an hour ago. This is my first time at Oracle OpenWorld as an Oracle employee, and this place is amazing. Navigating the corridors here is a lot like trying to navigate the Tokyo metro. Of course, Sun and Fujitsu have always been strong partners. Oracle and Fujitsu have also been strong partners so it&apos;s not unusual to see our logo together again. Transcript : So it&apos;ll give me great pleasure to introduce Mister Gary Beck, Oracle VP of Enterprise Systems. Great to see you, Gary. Thanks for joining me. Oracle OpenWorld continues to get bigger and bigger. And it&apos;s really exciting to see our Fujitsu and Oracle together. GARY BECK: Izuta san it&apos;s great to see you again. I just saw you an hour ago. This is my first time at Oracle OpenWorld as an Oracle employee, and this place is amazing. Navigating the corridors here is a lot like trying to navigate the Tokyo metro. Of course, Sun and Fujitsu have always been strong partners. Oracle and Fujitsu have also been strong partners so it&apos;s not unusual to see our logo together again. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : So it&apos;ll give me great pleasure to introduce Mister Gary Beck, Oracle VP of Enterprise Systems. Great to see you, Gary. Thanks for joining me. Oracle OpenWorld continues to get bigger and bigger. And it&apos;s really exciting to see our Fujitsu and Oracle together. GARY BECK: Izuta san it&apos;s great to see you again. I just saw you an hour ago. This is my first time at Oracle OpenWorld as an Oracle employee, and this place is amazing. Navigating the corridors here is a lot like trying to navigate the Tokyo metro. Of course, Sun and Fujitsu have always been strong partners. Oracle and Fujitsu have also been strong partners so it&apos;s not unusual to see our logo together again. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: Oracle and Fujitsu engineering teams have been working together closely for many years leveraging each others&apos; best hardware and software technologies to combine them into a single, best of breed product line. GARY BECK: So we&apos;ve been working closely together for the last four or five years. And I think our companies have spent enough money on air travel between San Francisco and Kawasaki to buy a small fleet of jets. But the result has been that our joint M-series systems are the highest performance and most reliable systems that we&apos;ve ever produced for both companies. NAOKI IZUTA: I remember we had discussed the differences of cultures specifically in relation to effective maintenance for 24x7 operation. And the implementation of FMA, I mentioned in my slide. At the time, I was impressed by the knowledge and aggressive approach by Sun architects and to enhance FMA features. And I was very, at the time, very glad to see two engineering teams collaborate to build the innovative fault management scheme together, overcoming differences in opinions. GARY BECK: So what he really means is we barely made our schedules. But the cultures that we live in our really different, but the cultures that we have as an engineering focus company for each of us is not so different. We&apos;ve built something greater, as Izuta said, than the sum of the parts. But it comes from having engineering teams designing hardware and software, from having two engineering teams designing, reviewing, testing, solving problems that we deliver our products on time and with fantastic reliability. NAOKI IZUTA: One of the area I know of a customer looking for too was of a strong partnership is Oracle scalability tuning. Do you see this as a major opportunity to lead in the server market space? GARY BECK: As Sun, we worked with Oracle for many years to optimize the database, but our main focus has been on optimizing our hardware and then our software from the operating system down. As Oracle, we had the opportunity to optimize the entire stack, and you&apos;ve seen examples of that with Exadata and Exalogic. But those kinds of full-stack optimizations are extending through all of our products from the applications to the middleware to the database to the hypervisor all the way down to the hardware. So this is an opportunity that no other company has and one that will bring value to you, our customers, and better performance and ultimately result in better value and fewer problems. NAOKI IZUTA: Well said, Gary. We also both have cross-connected sustaining engineering teams providing backline support for our own and each other&apos;s customers. This is another example of the challenges we have overcome to provide efficient support to Oracle and Fujitsu customers. GARY BECK: So the amazing thing is that we&apos;ve had very few issues to deal with, so our sustaining teams are sort of like the Maytag Appliance repairman that was popular on US television commercial a few years ago. The repairman was lonely because the products were so reliable, they didn&apos;t break and the repairman had nothing to do. So our sustaining teams do work well together, but thankfully we&apos;ve had kind of a lack of practice, which is a good thing. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: Oracle and Fujitsu engineering teams have been working together closely for many years leveraging each others&apos; best hardware and software technologies to combine them into a single, best of breed product line. GARY BECK: So we&apos;ve been working closely together for the last four or five years. And I think our companies have spent enough money on air travel between San Francisco and Kawasaki to buy a small fleet of jets. But the result has been that our joint M-series systems are the highest performance and most reliable systems that we&apos;ve ever produced for both companies. NAOKI IZUTA: I remember we had discussed the differences of cultures specifically in relation to effective maintenance for 24x7 operation. And the implementation of FMA, I mentioned in my slide. At the time, I was impressed by the knowledge and aggressive approach by Sun architects and to enhance FMA features. And I was very, at the time, very glad to see two engineering teams collaborate to build the innovative fault management scheme together, overcoming differences in opinions. GARY BECK: So what he really means is we barely made our schedules. But the cultures that we live in our really different, but the cultures that we have as an engineering focus company for each of us is not so different. We&apos;ve built something greater, as Izuta said, than the sum of the parts. But it comes from having engineering teams designing hardware and software, from having two engineering teams designing, reviewing, testing, solving problems that we deliver our products on time and with fantastic reliability. NAOKI IZUTA: One of the area I know of a customer looking for too was of a strong partnership is Oracle scalability tuning. Do you see this as a major opportunity to lead in the server market space? GARY BECK: As Sun, we worked with Oracle for many years to optimize the database, but our main focus has been on optimizing our hardware and then our software from the operating system down. As Oracle, we had the opportunity to optimize the entire stack, and you&apos;ve seen examples of that with Exadata and Exalogic. But those kinds of full-stack optimizations are extending through all of our products from the applications to the middleware to the database to the hypervisor all the way down to the hardware. So this is an opportunity that no other company has and one that will bring value to you, our customers, and better performance and ultimately result in better value and fewer problems. NAOKI IZUTA: Well said, Gary. We also both have cross-connected sustaining engineering teams providing backline support for our own and each other&apos;s customers. This is another example of the challenges we have overcome to provide efficient support to Oracle and Fujitsu customers. GARY BECK: So the amazing thing is that we&apos;ve had very few issues to deal with, so our sustaining teams are sort of like the Maytag Appliance repairman that was popular on US television commercial a few years ago. The repairman was lonely because the products were so reliable, they didn&apos;t break and the repairman had nothing to do. So our sustaining teams do work well together, but thankfully we&apos;ve had kind of a lack of practice, which is a good thing. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: Oracle and Fujitsu engineering teams have been working together closely for many years leveraging each others&apos; best hardware and software technologies to combine them into a single, best of breed product line. GARY BECK: So we&apos;ve been working closely together for the last four or five years. And I think our companies have spent enough money on air travel between San Francisco and Kawasaki to buy a small fleet of jets. But the result has been that our joint M-series systems are the highest performance and most reliable systems that we&apos;ve ever produced for both companies. NAOKI IZUTA: I remember we had discussed the differences of cultures specifically in relation to effective maintenance for 24x7 operation. And the implementation of FMA, I mentioned in my slide. At the time, I was impressed by the knowledge and aggressive approach by Sun architects and to enhance FMA features. And I was very, at the time, very glad to see two engineering teams collaborate to build the innovative fault management scheme together, overcoming differences in opinions. GARY BECK: So what he really means is we barely made our schedules. But the cultures that we live in our really different, but the cultures that we have as an engineering focus company for each of us is not so different. We&apos;ve built something greater, as Izuta said, than the sum of the parts. But it comes from having engineering teams designing hardware and software, from having two engineering teams designing, reviewing, testing, solving problems that we deliver our products on time and with fantastic reliability. NAOKI IZUTA: One of the area I know of a customer looking for too was of a strong partnership is Oracle scalability tuning. Do you see this as a major opportunity to lead in the server market space? GARY BECK: As Sun, we worked with Oracle for many years to optimize the database, but our main focus has been on optimizing our hardware and then our software from the operating system down. As Oracle, we had the opportunity to optimize the entire stack, and you&apos;ve seen examples of that with Exadata and Exalogic. But those kinds of full-stack optimizations are extending through all of our products from the applications to the middleware to the database to the hypervisor all the way down to the hardware. So this is an opportunity that no other company has and one that will bring value to you, our customers, and better performance and ultimately result in better value and fewer problems. NAOKI IZUTA: Well said, Gary. We also both have cross-connected sustaining engineering teams providing backline support for our own and each other&apos;s customers. This is another example of the challenges we have overcome to provide efficient support to Oracle and Fujitsu customers. GARY BECK: So the amazing thing is that we&apos;ve had very few issues to deal with, so our sustaining teams are sort of like the Maytag Appliance repairman that was popular on US television commercial a few years ago. The repairman was lonely because the products were so reliable, they didn&apos;t break and the repairman had nothing to do. So our sustaining teams do work well together, but thankfully we&apos;ve had kind of a lack of practice, which is a good thing.
  • Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: In yesterday&apos;s keynote, Oracle and Fujitsu showed the SPARC Server roadmap we are working to. Our roadmap covers a five-year trajectory with higher performance, improved scalability, and new compatible platforms, enhanced by many new technologies. GARY BECK: I came to Sun 20 years ago to kind of rest between startups and kind of the other startup never happened because Sun has been so great to be at. But in those 20 years and now with Oracle, we&apos;ve never had a roadmap this extensive. We&apos;ve never had a roadmap that&apos;s this compelling in all of those 20 years. So this is one of the most exciting roadmaps that we&apos;ve had. Our engineers are actually excited about it, and our customers are excited about it. And with Oracle, we&apos;ve been able to increase our investment in R&amp;D substantially. So we&apos;re focusing increased investment in SPARC, in Solaris, and in Storage. And this roadmap lets us drive higher and higher performance by exploiting more threads, more cores, bigger memory, semiconductor technology. And by doing that, we leverage the strengths of Solaris and its ability to scale from very small to very large. So the very large is going to get even larger. NAOKI IZUTA: It&apos;s an exciting outlook, and I expect you and I and our engineering teams are going to continue to be very busy collaborating on the next generations. GARY BECK: So I&apos;m afraid we&apos;re going to be financing another airplane for the airline companies in the future.
  • Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: On M-series, we continue to offer new processors with higher performance and the scalability for our customers. And further performance jump is requested for the market&apos;s quickly growing I/O workloads and the multithreaded applications. It&apos;s important for our customers to run your applications much faster on the new hardware without any modification or tuning. GARY BECK: So this is one of the most challenging things for our architects to do. As we bring out new system architectures, we want our customers to move to new hardware and to new software. But it&apos;s difficult when their applications are running on the old version. So we&apos;ve got some exciting technologies as we bring out more virtualization to the enterprise line that will let these migrations handle seamlessly and smoothly and make those migrations pain free. NAOKI IZUTA: Looking to the future, what type of new technology will become standard in our market? GARY BECK: That&apos;s a hard one. I&apos;m not the crystal ball guy. Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: On M-series, we continue to offer new processors with higher performance and the scalability for our customers. And further performance jump is requested for the market&apos;s quickly growing I/O workloads and the multithreaded applications. It&apos;s important for our customers to run your applications much faster on the new hardware without any modification or tuning. GARY BECK: So this is one of the most challenging things for our architects to do. As we bring out new system architectures, we want our customers to move to new hardware and to new software. But it&apos;s difficult when their applications are running on the old version. So we&apos;ve got some exciting technologies as we bring out more virtualization to the enterprise line that will let these migrations handle seamlessly and smoothly and make those migrations pain free. NAOKI IZUTA: Looking to the future, what type of new technology will become standard in our market? GARY BECK: That&apos;s a hard one. I&apos;m not the crystal ball guy. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: On M-series, we continue to offer new processors with higher performance and the scalability for our customers. And further performance jump is requested for the market&apos;s quickly growing I/O workloads and the multithreaded applications. It&apos;s important for our customers to run your applications much faster on the new hardware without any modification or tuning. GARY BECK: So this is one of the most challenging things for our architects to do. As we bring out new system architectures, we want our customers to move to new hardware and to new software. But it&apos;s difficult when their applications are running on the old version. So we&apos;ve got some exciting technologies as we bring out more virtualization to the enterprise line that will let these migrations handle seamlessly and smoothly and make those migrations pain free. NAOKI IZUTA: Looking to the future, what type of new technology will become standard in our market? GARY BECK: That&apos;s a hard one. I&apos;m not the crystal ball guy. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : But if you just look at the trends, semiconductor technology and Moore&apos;s Law relentlessly marching forward with amazing predictability, the laws of physics have been bendable for the last 15 years, as this is projected, we&apos;re going to run out of steam and we keep going. But it lets us pack more and more stuff onto a chip. So we have, today, true system on a chip architectures, and we&apos;re taking that technology to future systems obviously with faster cores, more cores, more threads. But the flexibility we get with what you can put on a piece of silicon today gives our architects much more freedom to create architectures that are new and different and we&apos;ve never seen before. NAOKI IZUTA: When I speak with you, I sometimes say Sun instead of Oracle because I have worked with you on your team so closely for many years while you were Sun. With the change from Sun to Oracle, I would think there have been some big changes for you. Could you tell me about your expectations and future directions for business in Oracle? GARY BECK: Sure, as an employee, I still use my Sun -- I don&apos;t have it with me -- but my Sun badge to get into the building every day. But beyond that, Oracle is amazingly efficient at bringing new companies onboard, and they&apos;ve had a lot of practice. But it&apos;s gone very smoothly. So all of our employees that were working on things in the past are working on the same things today. So for most of our employees the transition has been quite seamless. But our opportunities for SPARC and Solaris -- as Sun we had thousands or tens of thousands of customers. But Oracle has hundreds of thousands of customers, so one or two orders of magnitude more. So our opportunities are almost limitless. And that coupled with a new investment that Larry&apos;s made in our products gives us just unlimited opportunity for the future to make SPARC, to make Solaris world-class systems with world-class performance and reliability. NAOKI IZUTA: Thank you very much for joining me today. GARY BECK: Thank you. NAOKI IZUTA: I enjoy speaking with you. And I&apos;m looking forward to meet in Tokyo in two weeks. GARY BECK: I&apos;m going to need my sensu to deal with the Tokyo weather next week.
  • Transcript : NAOKI IZUTA: Fujitsu is an Oracle Global Partner and an Oracle Platinum Partner. This year Oracle present Fujitsu with the 2010 Oracle Database award in acknowledgement of Oracle database sales in Japan. Author’s Original Notes: Transcript: NAOKI IZUTA: Fujitsu is an Oracle Global Partner and an Oracle Platinum Partner. This year Oracle present Fujitsu with the 2010 Oracle Database award in acknowledgement of Oracle database sales in Japan. Author’s Original Notes: ● オラクル&富士通のパートナーシップ Our partnership with Oracle is strong. Fujitsu is an Oracle Global Partner and an Oracle Platinum Partner. Our rich collaboration began with the establishment of Oracle.
  • Transcript : And in the UK, Fujitsu became the Oracle Technology Systems Integrator Partner of the Year for 2010. And just the day before yesterday, we received here a Global Industry Partner of the Year award from Oracle. Transcript : And in the UK, Fujitsu became the Oracle Technology Systems Integrator Partner of the Year for 2010. And just the day before yesterday, we received here a Global Industry Partner of the Year award from Oracle. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : And in the UK, Fujitsu became the Oracle Technology Systems Integrator Partner of the Year for 2010. And just the day before yesterday, we received here a Global Industry Partner of the Year award from Oracle. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Transcript : Thank you very much for attending today. And please don&apos;t forget to visit the Fujitsu booth in Moscone house. Transcript : Thank you very much for attending today. And please don&apos;t forget to visit the Fujitsu booth in Moscone house. Author’s Original Notes: Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Transcript : Thank you very much for attending today. And please don&apos;t forget to visit the Fujitsu booth in Moscone house. Author’s Original Notes:
  • Sparc的未来发展方向

    1. 1. SPARC Enterprise Systems, Today and Tomorrow <ul><li>Naoki Izuta </li></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>General Manager, </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise server Project, Enterprise Server Business Unit, </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Fujitsu Limited </li></ul></ul></ul>Oracle OpenWorld, 2010
    2. 2. Welcome to Oracle OpenWorld 2010 扇子 : pronounced “sensu” A Japanese Fan
    3. 3. Our Talk Today <ul><li>The Fujitsu Group </li></ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise Servers </li></ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise Servers: Tomorrow </li></ul>
    4. 4. Fujitsu is H ow B ig ? <ul><li>At a glance </li></ul><ul><li>A $ 50.0B leader in IT systems and services for the global marketplace </li></ul><ul><li>Core businesses: </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Technology Solutions (System Platforms & Services) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Ubiquitous Product Solutions (PCs etc.) </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Device Solutions </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Sales and support operations in over 70 countries </li></ul><ul><li>176,000 employees worldwide </li></ul>Americas 10,000 EMEA 33,700 Asia-Pacific 32,700 Japan 99,900 consolidated financials FY2009
    5. 5. Business Composition Technology Solutions 8.0 % 11.0 % 18.4 % 62.6 % Note: US$1 = ¥93. FY 2009 is fiscal year ended March 31, 2010. Server Storage FY2009 $ 50.0 B Software Others Device Solutions LSI Devices Electronic Components Mobile Phones Ubiquitous Product Solutions System Platforms Services System Integration Security Submarine Network Solutions Consulting Data Center PCs
    6. 6. Fujitsu’s Business Fujitsu’s Business
    7. 7. <ul><li>“ If they don’t do all of the following, we don’t make them” </li></ul><ul><ul><li>High Performance and Scalable </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>High Levels of Availability </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Customer Investment Protection </li></ul></ul>System Platforms Mainframe GS21 IA Server PRIMERGY PRIMEQUEST High Performance Computing Unix Server
    8. 8. Mainframe GS21: We Protect Our Customers Next Generation   Model 230-60 Multi-Processor 1968 Amdahl 470V/6 (M-190) Co-developed with Amdahl 1972 Model 100 Relay based Computer 1954 GS8000 series CMOS 1995 GS 21 600 Max. 16 cluster / 256core 2002 Model M-780 Single board CPU 1985
    9. 9. High Performance Computing: We Seek New Goals Model 230-75 APU 1977 Model VP-100/200 1982 VPP5000 1999 VPP500 1992 PRIMEPOWER HPC2500 2002 FX1 / JAXA (Photo provided by JAXA) 2009 K computer 10pFLOPS 2012
    10. 10. HAYABUSA: Asteroid Probe Project Photos of ITOKAWA and HAYABUSA by courtesy of JAXA Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED 6 billion Km journey of HAYABUSA over 7 years with Fujitsu’s technologies - Orbit determination, Problem diagnostic, and Data transmission systems - Arrived at asteroid “ ITOKAWA”, 2005 Launched, 2003 The Sun Photos of ITOKAWA and HAYABUSA by courtesy of JAXA Copyright 2010 FUJITSU LIMITED Navigated with ion engines, 2003-2010 Return to Earth, 2010
    11. 11. The Road to SPARC Enterprise Next Generation U-1000 Series 1978 I nitial partnership with Sun Microsystems 1983 Jointly developed SPARC/Solaris servers 2004 DS/90 7000 series hyperSPARC 1991 Enterprise Unix based-on System V Release4 1988 1987 SF9010/MB86900   The First SPARC Processor PRIMEPOWER SPARC64 V 1998 SPARC Enterprise 2007 SPARC64 VI and VII
    12. 12. The Road to Human Centric Computing Cloud Computing Sensor Technology Ubiquitous Terminals Mobile Communication Computer Centric Internet PC Human Centric Network Centric
    13. 13. Human Centric: IT Infrastructure Green Data Center Medical, Health Home Transportation Environment Urban Education
    14. 14. SPARC Enterprise Servers SPARC Enterprise Servers <ul><li>Unified Product with Oracle </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualization </li></ul><ul><li>Scalability / Performance </li></ul><ul><li>High Availability </li></ul><ul><li>Case Study </li></ul>
    15. 15. Jointly Developed, Manufactured & Delivered Breakthrough Innovation and Best Enterprise OS Technologies for Scalability, Reliability and Availability Leveraging Sun and Fujitsu Strengths Optimized Virtualization, Scalability and High Availability
    16. 16. The SPARC Enterprise Server Family M-series for Mission Critical workloads Scalability up to 64 sockets/512 threads T-series for Web/AP workloads Scalability up to 4 sockets/256 threads
    17. 17. Major Worldwide Development Centers Documents Source code Technical Drawings Development Center Oracle: Santa Clara, USA Factory Fujitsu: Sunnyvale, USA Oracle: Burlington, USA Oracle: San Diego, USA Fujitsu: Kawasaki, Japan
    18. 18. Balanced H igh Performance Systems <ul><li>Maximum Resource Utilization </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Scalable, Secure and Green </li></ul></ul><ul><li>HA Technologies in a single box </li></ul>Consolidated Integrated Clustered Web/AP apps Clustered MC apps
    19. 19. <ul><li>Best platform for mission-critical workloads </li></ul><ul><li>Agility to adapt to business change </li></ul><ul><li>Customer Investment Protection </li></ul>SPARC Enterprise M-series Virtualization Scalability Availability SMP Inter-connect System RAS (Robustness) Solaris Containers Hardware Partitioning Oracle Solaris Solaris ZFS Dynamic Reconfiguration (XSCF-DR) Solaris FMA Memory Placement Optimization
    20. 20. Enhanced DR Operation CPU CPU CPU CPU Partition A Partition B CPU CPU CPU CPU Partition A Partition B XSCF PRIMEPOWER SPARC Enterprise Operation Operation Operation
    21. 21. CPU-Operating System Partnership <ul><li>Solaris 10 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Solaris container </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Dtrace, SMF, FMA </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Solaris 10 11/06 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>ZFS </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Enhancement for Container </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Solaris 10 8/07 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>capped-memory for Container </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Solaris 10 5/08 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>CPU Capping for Container </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Solaris 10 5/09 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Container Copy using ZFS clone </li></ul></ul>Upgradability, Compatibility <ul><li>Solaris 10 9/10 </li></ul><ul><ul><li>ZFS RAID 3 </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Physical to Zone Migration </li></ul></ul>Next SPARC64 <ul><li>SPARC64 VII </li></ul><ul><ul><li>4 cores / 8 threads </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>2.88GHz </li></ul></ul><ul><li>SPARC64 VII </li></ul><ul><ul><li>4 cores / 8 threads </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>2.52GHz </li></ul></ul><ul><li>SPARC64 VI </li></ul><ul><ul><li>2 cores / 4 threads </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>2.4GHz </li></ul></ul>
    22. 22. SPARC Enterprise SPARC Enterprise
    23. 23. SPARC Enterprise Servers SPARC Enterprise Servers <ul><li>Unified Product with Oracle </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualization </li></ul><ul><li>Scalability / Performance </li></ul><ul><li>Robustness </li></ul><ul><li>Case Study </li></ul>
    24. 24. Virtualization Strengths <ul><li>Flexibility in resource optimization </li></ul><ul><li>Manageability for ease of use </li></ul><ul><li>Security for consolidation </li></ul>
    25. 25. Customer Focused Virtualization Fault Isolation Higher Lower Flexibility Lower Higher Solaris Containers Oracle VM for SPARC (Logical Domains: LDoms) Hardware Partitioning Consolidation of Varying Workloads <ul><li>Business Continuity </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Robustness </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Security </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Stability </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Business Agility </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Effective Utilization </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Manageability </li></ul></ul>App A App B OS Firmware Hardware App A App B OS Firmware Hardware OS App A App B OS Firmware Hardware OS Firmware Hardware
    26. 26. Scalability / Performance SPARC Enterprise Servers <ul><li>Unified Product with Oracle </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualization </li></ul><ul><li>Scalability / Performance </li></ul><ul><li>High Availability </li></ul><ul><li>Case Study </li></ul>
    27. 27. Scalability in Virtualized Environments <ul><li>High performance CPU and Cache hierarchy </li></ul><ul><li>Proven scalability with robust interconnect </li></ul><ul><li>Good balance of I/O and memory </li></ul>© NANO Association
    28. 28. High Performance CPU and Cache Architecture <ul><li>Over 20 times the performance since 2000 </li></ul>2000        2002        2004        2006        2008        2010 <ul><li>65nm </li></ul><ul><li>4-cores </li></ul><ul><li>Multi-Thread / SMT </li></ul><ul><li>90nm </li></ul><ul><li>2-cores </li></ul><ul><li>Multi-Thread / VMT </li></ul><ul><li>L2$ on Die </li></ul><ul><li>Non-Blocking Cache </li></ul><ul><li>O-O-O Execution </li></ul><ul><li>Super-Scalar </li></ul><ul><li>90nm </li></ul><ul><li>Over 2GHz frequency </li></ul>
    29. 29. <ul><li>Scalability to 256 cores - Benchmark *1 verified - </li></ul><ul><li>Mesh interconnect </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Low latency, high throughput </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>High-speed transmission technology </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Solaris MPO </li></ul>Proven Sc alability *1 SPECjbb2005(Single JVM), Oracle Peoplesoft Enterprise Payroll *2 Result of SPECint_rate2006 (base) *3 Values using the next enhancement version Performance *2 Cores 4 16 32 64 128 256 <ul><li>4TB Memory </li></ul><ul><li>60 GB/s of IO bandwidth *3 </li></ul><ul><li>2TB Memory </li></ul><ul><li>30GB/s of IO bandwidth </li></ul><ul><li>1TB Memory </li></ul><ul><li>15GB/s of IO bandwidth </li></ul><ul><li>512GB Memory </li></ul>
    30. 30. <ul><li>Stable performance, even under high loads </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Core / Thread / Process balancing </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Automatic memory localization (Solaris MPO) </li></ul></ul>Easy & Effective Use of Large-Scale Resources Number of threads 0 0 50 User/sys (%) 100 * SPARC Enterprise M9000 (128 cores/256 threads) sys user idle
    31. 31. SPARC Enterprise     with Flash Technology <ul><li>x7 higher throughput </li></ul><ul><li>x20 Faster response time </li></ul>HDD HDD + F20 module HDD + F20 module HDD <ul><ul><li>Performance Test with Flash Module and Oracle Database Smart Flash Cache </li></ul></ul>Transaction per   seconds [relative value] Oracle Database 11g R2 EE RAC SPARC Enterprise SPARC Enterprise ETERNUS Storage Flash Module x7 Response time [relative value] x1/20
    32. 32. High Availability SPARC Enterprise Servers <ul><li>Unified Product with Oracle </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualization </li></ul><ul><li>Scalability / Performance </li></ul><ul><li>High Availability </li></ul><ul><li>Case Study </li></ul>
    33. 33. Always ON <ul><li>Data Integrity </li></ul><ul><li>24x7 Operation </li></ul><ul><li>Predictive self-healing </li></ul><ul><ul><li>More critical in today’s multi-core CPU & SOC era </li></ul></ul>
    34. 34. 24x7 Predictive Self-Healing <ul><li>Data Integrity </li></ul><ul><li>Dynamic Recovery and Component Offline </li></ul><ul><li>Dynamic Replacement and Reallocation </li></ul>SPARC64 VII Processor All behavior are recorded * This figure roughly depicts the ranges of error detection but does not exactly depict the actual chip floor plan. Maintenance Fault Correction Dynamic Degradation Fault Detection Predictive self-healing Hardware-based error detection Not affected in case of error Hardware-based error detection and hardware-based self correction
    35. 35. Advanced System Architecture <ul><li>Superior Fault Management </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Hardware fault detection and isolation </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Dynamic instruction retry </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Memory mirroring option </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Statistical management </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Dynamic Resource Reallocation </li></ul><ul><ul><li>In the Processor: cache ways, threads, cores </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Memory: single page </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Solaris ZFS </li></ul></ul>Secure data integrity throughout the system Solaris FMA and SMF
    36. 36. Case Study SPARC Enterprise Servers <ul><li>Unified Product with Oracle </li></ul><ul><li>Virtualization </li></ul><ul><li>Scalability / Performance </li></ul><ul><li>High Availability </li></ul><ul><li>Case Study </li></ul>
    37. 37. Show case of SPARC Enterprise: China Mobile Limited <ul><li>World leading Telecom carrier with the world’s largest net w ork and customer base </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Over 5 50 million customers </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>70.6% of Market share in Mainland China </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Their GSM global roaming services cover 237 countries </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Approx. 1000 SPARC Enterprise systems deployed in total </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Including Centralized Finance System & General Budget System </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise M9000 , M8000 , M5000, M4000, M3000 </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise T52 4 0 , T5220 </li></ul></ul></ul>
    38. 38. Show case of SPARC Enterprise: Narita International Airport Corporation <ul><li>An aviation gateway to Japan </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Destinations: 40 countries, 3 regions, 95 cities </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Over 30 million passengers per year, 8 th busiest airport in the world* </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Total cargo 1.8 million tons, 4 th busiest air-freight hub in the world* </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><li>New Ramp Control System </li></ul><ul><ul><li>New Air Traffic Control Information System delivers smooth airport operation through: </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>A design focused on ease of Air-Access </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Always-ON, no system-down operation </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Systems </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise M5000, M4000 </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>Oracle Database 10g </li></ul></ul></ul><ul><ul><ul><li>FUJITSU CLUSTER Software </li></ul></ul></ul>* 2009 Source: http://www.naa.jp/en/annual/2009_pdf/10.pdf
    39. 39. Show case of SPARC Enterprise : Mizuho Bank, Limited Accounting System Fujitsu GS series 32 Clustered Systems Retail Banks Data Center ・・・・ Wide Area Ethernet ATM Control Servers ATM ATM 5,300+ ATMs <ul><li>One of Japan’s “Megabanks” </li></ul><ul><li>SPARC Enterprise Controlling Nation-wide ATMs </li></ul><ul><ul><li>5,300+ ATMs directly managed </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>32x SPARC Enterprise M3000 in Cluster Configurations </li></ul></ul>SPARC Enterprise M3000
    40. 40. Oracle/Fujitsu Collaboration: Next Stage <ul><li>Expand collaboration to maximize our strengths </li></ul><ul><li>Deliver customers better: </li></ul><ul><li>Products, Solutions, Delivery, and Support </li></ul><ul><li>Enhance technologies for the Cloud Computing Era </li></ul>
    41. 41. Special Guest Mr. Gary Beck VP Enterprise Systems, Oracle
    42. 42. Our Collaboration Development Center Oracle: Santa Clara, USA Factory Fujitsu: Sunnyvale, USA Oracle: Burlington, USA Oracle: San Diego, USA Fujitsu: Kawasaki, Japan
    43. 43. SPARC Enterprise Servers
    44. 44. M-series Enhancements M-series Enhancements <ul><li>System Upgrade with Increased Performance </li></ul><ul><ul><li>Significant Performance jump similar to </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>SPARC64VI  VII + enhancement </li></ul></ul><ul><li>Customer Investment Protection </li></ul><ul><ul><li>CPU Upgrade in a single box </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Mix mode support in a single box </li></ul></ul><ul><ul><li>Binary Compatibility </li></ul></ul>Next <ul><li>Higher Frequency </li></ul><ul><li>Larger Caches </li></ul><ul><li>Increased IO Throughput </li></ul>Coming Soon SPARC64 VII <ul><li>2.88GHz </li></ul><ul><li>4 cores, 8 threads </li></ul><ul><li>Faster Memory </li></ul><ul><li>65nm </li></ul>2008/2009 SPARC64 VI 2006 <ul><li>2.4GHz </li></ul><ul><li>2 cores, 4 threads </li></ul><ul><li>2FPUs </li></ul><ul><li>Shared L2$ </li></ul><ul><li>Scalable to 64 Sockets </li></ul><ul><li>Instruction Retry </li></ul><ul><li>Mirrored Memory </li></ul><ul><li>Dynamic Domains </li></ul><ul><li>90nm </li></ul>
    45. 45. SPARC Enterprise Servers
    46. 46. ORACLE and Fujitsu Partnership
    47. 47. ORACLE and FUJITSU Partnership ORACLE and FUJITSU Partnership
    48. 48. Thank you very much for attending SPARC Enterprise Servers: Tomorrow Come See More at the Fujitsu Booth @Moscone South #1311 Thank you very much for attending today!
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