Sun’s New Entry Level x64 ServersAugust 2006Susan Pommer & Rebecca TongProduct Line ManagerSun Microsystems, Inc.
Agenda         • Sun’s x64 Server Rapid Growth         • Sun’s New x64 Servers           > Description           > Product...
Rapid Growth                                    Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only  Sun Confidential: Interna...
Sun’s x64 Server Momentum...                                                             x86–64 Server Units Grew 105% YoY...
Sun’s x86 Server Revenue Climb                                                                IDC Quarterly Revenue  Q3 20...
Sun’s x64 System Portfolio                Sun Grid                                        Sun Blade 8000 RECENT           ...
NewProducts                                    Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only  Sun Confidential: Internal...
Sun Extendsx64 Server Family• Record Breaking Performance  > Wide range of applications• Infrastructure Efficiency  > Opti...
Sun’s New Entry-Level x64 Servers                                       Sun Fire X2200 M2                                 ...
ComputeSun Fire X2100 M2                                           • 2-way 1-RU rack mount server                         ...
Sun Fire X2100 M2 System Layout             Sun Confidential: Internal Only
Standard Configurations• AMD Opteron Model 1210 (1.8Ghz)  dual core processor, 1x 512MB  unbuffered ECC DDR2-667 memory,  ...
ComputeSun Fire X2200 M2                                                • 4-way 1-RU rack mount server                    ...
Sun Fire X2200 M2 System Layout             Sun Confidential: Internal Only
Standard Configurations• 1x AMD Opteron Model 2210  (1.8Ghz) dual core processor, 2x1GB  registered ECC DDR2-667 memory,  ...
Grid Rack PromotionHow it works                                                                             Lower risk and...
ProductPositioning                                     Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only   Sun Confidential:...
Sun Fire X2100 M2 vs. Sun FireX2100     Features              Sun Fire X2100 M2                               Sun Fire X21...
Sun Fire X2100 M2 vs. Sun FireX2100  Sun Fire X2100 M2                                              Sun Fire X2100    is I...
Sun Fire X2200 M2 vs. Sun Fire X4100            Features             Sun Fire X2200 M2                            Sun Fire...
Sun Fire X2200 M2 vs. Sun Fire X4100  Sun Fire X2200 M2                                                 Sun Fire X4100    ...
Competition                                    Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only  Sun Confidential: Internal...
Sun Fire X2100 M2 Competition                                                          Sun Fire X2100                     ...
Sun Fire X2100 M2•   Only 2-way 1U AMD    Opteron-based server                                       “Industry-Leading    ...
Sun Fire X2200 M2 Competition                                                       Sun Fire X2200                        ...
Beats HP on Performance/Scalability                                                                                       ...
Beats IBM on Performance/Price/Scalability                                                                                ...
Beats Dell on Performance/Power/Price                                                                                     ...
Sun Fire X2200 M2     • Three performance world        records: Up to 38% higher        performance than Intel Xeon       ...
Summary                                    Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only  Sun Confidential: Internal Only
Our Customers Say It Best: "The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center needed a flexible, cost-effective, high-performance su...
Remember the 3 “P”s:Performance, Power, Price1   Performance: Sun’s x64 systems have    record-breaking performance!    Po...
Product Collaterals SunWin Token Number          Sun Fire X2100                          Sun Fire X2200Just The Facts     ...
Sun’s Extended x64 System Portfolio                   Sun Grid                                        Sun Blade 8000 RECEN...
THANK YOU!Visit sun.com/x64Susan Pommer & Rebecca Tongsusan.pommer@sun.comrebecca.tong@sun.com
Simplified System Management• Embedded LOM  > No extra cost                                                      Save Mone...
Consistent System ControlForm Factor Neutral Server and Aggregate Management           Management Group 2                 ...
Manage One System ...                                                                     AVAILABLE• N1 System Manager    ...
Software Neutral              Sun Confidential: Internal Only
PowerConsumption  Sun Confidential: Internal Only
AMD Dual Core Opteron 2x1MB L2vs. Intel Xeon DP 2x2MB L2 (Paxville)  4 CPU Cores                    2 x 95W               ...
Estimated Power Consumption:Sun Fire X2200 M2 vs. Intel Xeon DPsystem              Features                        Sun Fir...
Total Power Consumption and HVAC:AMD Opteron vs. Intel Paxville• 28% savings                                           $15...
AMD Dual Core Opteron 2x1MB L2 vs.Intel Xeon 5100 Series (Woodcrest) 4 CPU Cores                   2 x 95W                ...
Estimated Power Consumption: Sun Fire X2200 M2 vs. Intel Xeon 5100 Series              Features                           ...
Total Power Consumption and HVAC:AMD Opteron vs Intel Woodcrest• 15% savings                                           $15...
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  1. 1. Sun’s New Entry Level x64 ServersAugust 2006Susan Pommer & Rebecca TongProduct Line ManagerSun Microsystems, Inc.
  2. 2. Agenda • Sun’s x64 Server Rapid Growth • Sun’s New x64 Servers > Description > Product Positioning > Competition • Key Takeaways Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  3. 3. Rapid Growth Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  4. 4. Sun’s x64 Server Momentum... x86–64 Server Units Grew 105% YoY Year/Year Growth % 105% x86-64 Server Units 197% (thousands) 327% 160% 36% 811% 407% 475% Q403 Q104 Q204 Q304 Q404 Q105 Q205 Q305 Q405 * x86 servers include 32 and 64 bit 22% Average Customer Growth/Quarter 62% Repeat Business 1,936 Repeat Customers 1,635x86-64 Customers 1,453 x86-64 Customers New Customers 834 Billed/Quarter Cumulative 1,194 694 627 985 541 564 737 599 397 385 385 342 Q104 Q204 Q304 Q404 Q105 Q205 Q305 Q405 Q104 Q204 Q304 Q404 Q105 Q205 Q305 Q405 Based on Sun Fiscal Calendar, July–June Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  5. 5. Sun’s x86 Server Revenue Climb IDC Quarterly Revenue Q3 2003 Q1 2004 Q2 2004 Q3 2004 Q4 2004 Q1 2005 Q2 2005 Q3 2005 Q4 2005 Q1 2006HP HP HP HP HP HP HP HP HP HPDell Dell Dell Dell Dell Dell Dell Dell Dell DellIBM IBM IBM IBM IBM IBM IBM IBM IBM IBMFujitsu/Fuj-S Fujitsu/Fuj-S Fujitsu/Fuj-S Fujitsu/Fuj-S Fujitsu/Fuj-S Fujitsu/Fuj-S NEC/NEC-CI NEC/NEC-CI NEC/NEC-CI Fujitsu/Fuj-SNEC/NEC-CI NEC/NEC-CI NEC/NEC-CI NEC/NEC-CI NCR NEC/NEC-CI Fujitsu/Fuj-S Fujitsu/Fuj-S Fujitsu/Fuj-S NEC/NEC-CIUnisys Unisys NCR Unisys NEC/NEC-CI Unisys Sun NCR Sun SunNCR Hitachi Unisys NCR Unisys NCR SunHitachi Acer Sun Sun Sun SunAcer AcerToshiba ToshibaGateway SunLenovoMaxdataStratusLangchaoGroupe BullSun Source: IDC WW Quarterly Server Tracker, Q2CY06 – all x86 revenue, Calendar years shown Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  6. 6. Sun’s x64 System Portfolio Sun Grid Sun Blade 8000 RECENT Rack System Modular System Sun Fire Sun Fire RECENT RECENT X4600 X4500 Sun Fire V40Z Sun Fire Sun Fire X4100 X4200 Sun Fire X2100 Ultra 40 Ultra 20 Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  7. 7. NewProducts Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  8. 8. Sun Extendsx64 Server Family• Record Breaking Performance > Wide range of applications• Infrastructure Efficiency > Optimize power and space utilization > Fits existing environments• Highly Manageable Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  9. 9. Sun’s New Entry-Level x64 Servers Sun Fire X2200 M2 World Class Performance and Efficiency 4-way 1-RU x64 Server Sun Fire X2100 M2 Industry Leading Price/Performance and Manageability 2-way 1-RU x64 Server Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  10. 10. ComputeSun Fire X2100 M2 • 2-way 1-RU rack mount server • One Next Generation AMD OpteronNext Generation Single-Socket Server 1000 Series Dual-Core processor • Up to 8GB of memory with 4 DIMM slots I/O • 2 x PCI-Express slots (8-lane) • 4 x GigE, USB 2.0, Video, Serial ports • 2 x SATA 3.5” disks • DVD driveIndustry Leading Price/Performance Availability • Hot-pluggable diskand Manageability • RAID 0 or 1 built-in• Ideal for Web infrastructure, HPC, Management simulations, financial modeling, • Embedded LOM application development • Remote power on/off/status, browser+CLI, IPMI 2.0, SNMP• Excellent for Life Sciences • Remote KVM and media capability (Floppy/CD/DVD) • N1 System Manager, N1 Service Provisioning System Operating Environment • Solaris, Linux, Windows Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  11. 11. Sun Fire X2100 M2 System Layout Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  12. 12. Standard Configurations• AMD Opteron Model 1210 (1.8Ghz) dual core processor, 1x 512MB unbuffered ECC DDR2-667 memory, no HDD, no DVD USD $945 Sun Fire X2100 M2• AMD Opteron Model 1214 (2.2Ghz) dual core processor, 2x1GB unbuffered ECC DDR2-667 memory, no HDD, no DVD $1,645 USD• AMD Opteron Model 1218 (2.6Ghz) Std Config: RR Aug 24; GA Sep 24 dual core processor, 4x1GB xATO Config: RR Sep 24; GA Oct 24 unbuffered ECC DDR2-667 memory, no HDD, no DVD $2,795 Available through Try & Buy @ GA USD• Custom configurations available Internal Only Sun Confidential:
  13. 13. ComputeSun Fire X2200 M2 • 4-way 1-RU rack mount server • Up to two Next Generation AMD OpteronHighest Performing Dual-Socket Server 2000 Series Dual-Core processors • Up to 64GB of memory with 16 DIMM slots (4GB DIMM in Q4CY06) I/O • 2 x PCI-Express slots (8-lane) • 4 x GigE, USB 2.0, Video, Serial ports • 2 x SATA 3.5” disks • DVD driveWorld Class Performance and AvailabilityEfficiency • Hot-pluggable disk • RAID 0 or 1 built-in• Ideal for Web infrastructure, HPC, simulations, financial modeling, Management • Embedded LOM consolidation • Remote power on/off/status, browser+CLI, IPMI 2.0, SNMP• Excellent for EDA and MCAE • Remote KVM and media capability (Floppy/CD/DVD) • N1 System Manager, N1 Service Provisioning System Operating Environment • Solaris, Linux, Windows, VMware Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  14. 14. Sun Fire X2200 M2 System Layout Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  15. 15. Standard Configurations• 1x AMD Opteron Model 2210 (1.8Ghz) dual core processor, 2x1GB registered ECC DDR2-667 memory, no HDD, no DVD $1,595 USD Sun Fire X2200 M2• 2x AMD Opteron Model 2214 (2.2Ghz) dual core processor, 4x1GB registered ECC DDR2-667 memory, no HDD, no DVD $3,295 USD• 2x AMD Opteron Model 2218 (2.6Ghz) dual core processor, 4x2GB Std Config: RR Aug 15; GA Sep 15 registered ECC DDR2-667 memory, xATO Config: RR Sep 15; GA Oct 15 no HDD, no DVD Available through Try & Buy @ GA $5,895 USD• Custom configurations available through XATO Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  16. 16. Grid Rack PromotionHow it works Lower risk and achievePurchase a Sun™ Grid Rack System, factory faster deployment timeintegrated through SunSM Customer ReadySystems (CRS) program with 32 or more SunFire™ X2100 M2 or X2200M2 servers, or 4 ormore Sun Fire X4500 or X4600 serversGetFREE Sun Rack™ 1000 cabinet (over $5Ksavings*) and up to 10% additional discount onserver support contract**Double your order and purchase factoryintegrated grid with 64 or more Sun Fire™ X2100M2 or X2200 M2 servers, or 8 or more Sun FireX4500 or X4600 serversGetFREE 1-day Sun N1™ Grid Consulting Workshop * Pricing and savings based on U.S. price lists **3yr Sun Spectrum Silver or Sun Hardware Only Same Day Support This Promotion expires on February 1st, 2007. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  17. 17. ProductPositioning Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  18. 18. Sun Fire X2100 M2 vs. Sun FireX2100 Features Sun Fire X2100 M2 Sun Fire X2100 Next-Generation AMD Opteron First-Generation AMD OpteronProcessor 1000 Series processor 100 Series processorSingle- or Dual-Core Dual-Core Single or Dual-CoreMemory Type DDR2-667 DDR1-400Memory Options 512MB, 1GB. 2GB DIMM 512MB, 1GB, 2GB DIMMEthernet Ports 4x GigE ports 2x GigE portsInternal Disk Drives SATA (SAS via PCIe HBA in Q2) SATA onlyPCI-Express Slots 2x PCIe 8-lane slots 1x PCIe 8-lane slotService Processor IPMI 2.0, Onboard IPMI 1.5, OptionalWarranty 1 year NBD 3 year NBD Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  19. 19. Sun Fire X2100 M2 vs. Sun FireX2100 Sun Fire X2100 M2 Sun Fire X2100 is Ideal for... is Ideal for...• Optimal price/performance • Low entry price > Entry price under $1,000 USD > Entry price under $800 USD• Remote management • Applications not requiring capability dual-core CPU > Embedded LOM at no extra charge > Single Core processor available• Superior networking connectivity > Four networking ports standard Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  20. 20. Sun Fire X2200 M2 vs. Sun Fire X4100 Features Sun Fire X2200 M2 Sun Fire X4100 Next-Generation AMD Opteron First-Generation AMD OpteronProcessor 2000 Series processor 200 Series processorSingle- or Dual-Core Dual-Core Single or Dual-CoreMemory Type DDR2-667 DDR1-400Memory DIMM Slots 16 total 8 totalMemory Options 1GB. 2GB DIMM (4GB in Q2) 512MB, 1GB, 2GB DIMM (4 GB in Q2) Hot Pluggable 3.5” SATAInternal Disk Drives Hot Swappable 2.5” SAS only (SAS via PCIe HBA in Q2)Disk Drive Quantity 2 HDD w/ or w/o DVD 2 HDD w/DVD; or 4HDD w/o DVDPCI Expansion Slots 2x PCI-Express slots 2x PCI-X slotsRedundant/Hot-Swappable PSU No YesRedundant/Hot-Swappable Fans No YesWarranty 1 year NBD 3 year NBD Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  21. 21. Sun Fire X2200 M2 vs. Sun Fire X4100 Sun Fire X2200 M2 Sun Fire X4100 is Ideal for... is Ideal for...• Scale out applications • Scale out applications > Fail in place > Redundant components• Large memory footprint • Highest performance > Simulations or modeling processor with large data set (e.g. > AMD Opteron SE Series EDA) processor support• Large embedded disk > Up to 1TB of internal disk capacity Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  22. 22. Competition Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  23. 23. Sun Fire X2100 M2 Competition Sun Fire X2100 HP DL320 G4 IBM x306m Dell 850 M2 List Price (with 8GB $4,930 $9,045 $6,746 $6,496 of memory) * Performance 56.5 34.3 34.7 37.1 (SPECfp_2000) ** Sun is 64% ↑ Sun is 62% ↑ Sun is 52% ↑ Performance 6,837 n/a n/a n/a (SPECompM2001) ** Integrated GigE ports 4 x GigE 2 x GigE 2 x GigE 2 x GigE I/O Expansion Slots 2x PCIe x8 2x PCIe x1/x4 2x PCI-X 2x PCIe x4/x8 IPMI 2.0, Service Processor remote IPMI 2.0 SP Optional SP Optional KVM and Media* All pricing updated August 3, 2006 from websites.** SPEC, SPEComp, SPECfp reg TM of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results from www.spec.org as of 8/11/06. Sun Fire X2100 M2 (AMD Opteron Model 1218, 2 cores, 1 chip, 2 cores/chip, Solaris10): SPECfp_rate2000 – 56.5. HP ProLiant DL320 G4 (Intel Pentium D 930, 2 cores, 1 chip, 2 cores/chip): SPECfp_rate2000 – 34.3. Dell PowerEdge 850 (Intel Pentium D 950, 2 cores, 1 chip, 2 cores/chip): SPECfp_rate2000 – 37.1. IBM eServer xSeries x306m (Intel Pentium D 940, 2 cores, 1 chip, 2 cores/chip): SPECfp_rate2000 – 34.7. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  24. 24. Sun Fire X2100 M2• Only 2-way 1U AMD Opteron-based server “Industry-Leading priced below $1,000 (USD) Price/Performance”• Two performance world records• Most cost-effective and comprehensive remote management > No extra charge for embedded Lights Out Manager and N1 System Manager Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  25. 25. Sun Fire X2200 M2 Competition Sun Fire X2200 HP DL145 G2 IBM e326 / x3455 Dell PE1950 M2 List Price (with 32GB $15,036 No comparable No comparable $32,264 of memory) * configuration configuration Performance 3,338 2,188 2,223 (e326m) 2,818 (SPECfp2000) ** Sun is 52% ↑ Sun is 50% ↑ Sun is 18% ↑ Performance 77.3 65.9 (e326m) 83.4 117 (SPECfp_ rate2000) ** Sun is 51% ↑ Sun is 77% ↑ Sun is 40% ↑ Performance 12,574 n/a n/a n/a (SPECompM2001) ** Est. Power 407W 407W 407W 482W Consumption DIMM slots 16 8 8 (e326); 12 (x3455) 8 Integrated GigE ports 4 x GigE 2 x GigE 2 x GigE 2 x GigE IPMI 2.0, IPMI 2.0, Remote Service Processor remote IPMI 2.0 remote KVM and Management Card KVM and Media Media optional Optional* All pricing updated Auust 14, 2006 f rom websites. Sun Confidential: Internal Only** SPEC, SPEComp, SPECf p reg TM of Standard Perf ormance Ev aluation Corporation. Results f rom www.spec.org as of August 11, 2006.
  26. 26. Beats HP on Performance/Scalability $7,999 (US) Price 117 SPECfp_rate2000 ● 51% higher performance Sun Fire X2200 M2 ● Comparable price ● 2x memory capacity ● 2x networking connectivity $8,524 (US) Price HP DL145 G2 77.3 SPECfp_rate2000Pricing from hp.com on August 3, 2006 for configuration with 16GB of memory.SPEC, SPECfp reg TM of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results from www.spec.org as of August 11, 2006. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  27. 27. Beats IBM on Performance/Price/Scalability $7,999 (US) Price 117 SPECfp_rate2000 ● 77% higher performance Sun Fire X2200 M2 ● 30% lower price ● 2x memory capacity ● 2x networking connectivity $11,563 (US) Price 65.9 SPECfp_rate2000 IBM eServer 326mPricing from hp.com on August 3, 2006 for configuration with 16GB of memory.SPEC, SPECfp reg TM of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results from www.spec.org as of August 11, 2006. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  28. 28. Beats Dell on Performance/Power/Price $15,036 (US) Price 117 SPECfp_rate2000 ● 40% higher performance Sun Fire X2200 M2 ● 15% lower power ● Less than ½ the price ● 2x networking connectivity $32,264 (US) Price Dell PowerEdge 1950 83.4 SPECfp_rate2000Pricing from dell.com on August 14, 2006 for configuration with 32GB of memory.SPEC, SPECfp reg TM of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results from www.spec.org as of August 11, 20/06. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  29. 29. Sun Fire X2200 M2 • Three performance world records: Up to 38% higher performance than Intel Xeon 5160 processor systems * “HP DL145 Killer” • Up to 28% lower power than Intel Xeon systems ** • Up to 2x the memory capacity • Lowest priced 4-way 1U server with 32GB of memory* SPEC, SPECfp reg TM of Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation. Results from www.spec.org as of August 11, 2006. Sun Fire X2200 (2xAMD Opteron Model 2218, 4 cores, 2 chips, 2 cores/chip, Solaris10): SPECfp_rate2000 - 117. HP ProLiant DL360 G5 (2xIntel Xeon 5160, 4 cores, 2 chips, 2 cores/chip, RedHat Enterprise Linux ): SPECfp_rate2000 – 84.7. Dell PowerEdge 1950 (2xIntel Xeon 5160, 4 cores, 2 chips, 2 cores/chip, RedHat Enterprise Linux ): SPECfp_rate2000 – 83.4. Sun Fire X2200 M2 has SPECfp2000 of 3,338. The highest performing 2-socket rack-mount server with Intel Xeon 5160 processor is HP BL480c which has SPECfp2000 of 3,049.** Power consumption is 28% and 15% lower than systems with Intel Xeon DP and Intel Xeon 5100 Series processor, respectively. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  30. 30. Summary Sun Proprietary/Confidential: Internal Use Only Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  31. 31. Our Customers Say It Best: "The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center needed a flexible, cost-effective, high-performance supercomputing environment in order to facilitate a wide range of scientific research, such as ocean and climate modeling, tsunami analysis, regional weather forecasting and applications requiring basic computational fluid dynamics. Suns new AMD Opteron-powered products, with huge memory, large disk bandwidth and a fast cluster interconnect, comprise an overall cost savings and energy-efficient architecture, making them the ideal systems to drive our compute-intensive work.” Frank Williams, Director The Arctic Region Supercomputing Center Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  32. 32. Remember the 3 “P”s:Performance, Power, Price1 Performance: Sun’s x64 systems have record-breaking performance! Power: Intel Xeon-based (Paxville/Woodcrest) systems2 consume more power than Sun systems – do not be misled by looking at just the CPU power consumption Price: Competitions pricing can be as much as3 twice the price of Sun’s entry-level x64 servers with large memory requirements Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  33. 33. Product Collaterals SunWin Token Number Sun Fire X2100 Sun Fire X2200Just The Facts 478548Architecture White Paper 478552Reviewers Guide 478553Technical Presentation 478551Customer Presentation 478549Sales Presentation 478550Datasheet 449506 478547Beating HP 440120 478554Beating IBM 449119 478556Beating Dell 440121 478555 Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  34. 34. Sun’s Extended x64 System Portfolio Sun Grid Sun Blade 8000 RECENT Rack System Modular System Sun Fire Sun Fire RECENT RECENT X4600 X4500 Sun Fire V40Z Sun Fire Sun Fire X4100 X4200NEW NEW Sun Fire Sun Fire Sun Fire X2100 M2 X2100 X2200 M2 Ultra 40 Ultra 20 Ultra 20 M2 NEW Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  35. 35. THANK YOU!Visit sun.com/x64Susan Pommer & Rebecca Tongsusan.pommer@sun.comrebecca.tong@sun.com
  36. 36. Simplified System Management• Embedded LOM > No extra cost Save Money,• Remote management Reduce > Power control Complexity > KVM and media capability > Monitor key hardware components• Centralized management > Integrate with management tools such as N1 System Manager > Simplify data center management > Streamline software provisioning and updates Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  37. 37. Consistent System ControlForm Factor Neutral Server and Aggregate Management Management Group 2 Management Group 3 Management Group 1 Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  38. 38. Manage One System ... AVAILABLE• N1 System Manager TM NOW!• Integrates with service processor > Open standard based: IPMI and SNMP• Remote automation > Provision OS and applications > Update BIOS and service processor > Automate patch management ... NOT• Monitor system status a Bunch of Boxes• Works with all Sun x64 and low-end SPARC products Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  39. 39. Software Neutral Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  40. 40. PowerConsumption Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  41. 41. AMD Dual Core Opteron 2x1MB L2vs. Intel Xeon DP 2x2MB L2 (Paxville) 4 CPU Cores 2 x 95W 4 CPU Cores 2 x 150W Memory Controller included Memory Controller 22W 8 Memory DIMMs 35W 8 Memory DIMMs 35W Total 225W Total 357WIt takes 36% less power to drive one AMD Dual-Core processor based system than one Intel Xeon DP(Paxville) Dual-Core processor based system. In other words, it will require 58% more power to drive IntelXeon DP (Paxville) Dual-Core processor based system than one AMD Dual-Core processor based system. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  42. 42. Estimated Power Consumption:Sun Fire X2200 M2 vs. Intel Xeon DPsystem Features Sun Fire X2200 Server Intel Xeon DP Servers 2 sockets/4 CPU Cores 2 sockets/4 CPU CoresProcessor Cores (Opteron dual core 2x1 MB L2) (Xeon dual core 2x2 MB L2)2 CPU Power Consumption 4 CPU Cores 2 * 95W = 190W 2 * 150W = 300WMemory Controller Power Consumption Included 22W8 Memory DIMM Power Consumption 35W 35WServer Power Consumption (minus CPUs ~100W ~100Wand DIMM)/4 CPU Core System w/2 HDDsTotal Server(s) Power Consumption/ 1.25 * (190W+35W+100W) = 1.25 * (300W+22W+35W+100W) =4 Power CPU Core System 406.25W 571.25WServers Required to Host 128 CPU Cores 32 32Racks Required to Host 128 CPU Cores 1 1Consumption in a 128 CPU Core System 406.25W*32 = 13kW 571.25W*32 – 18.28kW 1 1.25 => This factor assumes 25% power loss due to voltage conversion. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  43. 43. Total Power Consumption and HVAC:AMD Opteron vs. Intel Paxville• 28% savings $151,000 $210,000 in total annual cost* per year/ 1,000 CPU core compute farm Sun Fire X2200 Intel Xeon DPAnnual Savings of $59,000per 1,000 CPU Core Worth 1,000 CPU cores total 1,000 CPU cores total (8 racks, 250 Intel Xeonof Sun Fire X2200 Servers (8 racks, 250 Sun Fire X2200 M2) DP “Paxville”-based systems)*Based on worldwide average cost of 13 cents per kWhr. Assuming a typical .3xPower Cost, HVAC cost is required to remove the heat generated by these systems. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  44. 44. AMD Dual Core Opteron 2x1MB L2 vs.Intel Xeon 5100 Series (Woodcrest) 4 CPU Cores 2 x 95W 4 CPU Cores 2 x 90W Memory Controller included Memory Controller 22W 8 Memory DIMMs 35W 8 Memory DIMMs 83W Total 225W Total 285WIt takes 21% less power to drive one AMD Dual-Core processor based system than one Intel Xeon 5100Series (Woodcrest) Dual-Core processor based system. In other words, it will require 26% more powerto drive Intel Xeon 5100 Series (Woodcrest) Dual-Core processor based system than one AMD Dual-Coreprocessor based system. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  45. 45. Estimated Power Consumption: Sun Fire X2200 M2 vs. Intel Xeon 5100 Series Features Sun Fire X2200 Intel Xeon 5100 Series 2 sockets/4 CPU Cores 2 sockets/4 CPU CoresProcessor Cores (Opteron dual core 2x1 MB L2) (Xeon dual core 2x2 MB L2)2 CPU Power Consumption 4 CPU Cores 2 * 95W = 190W 2 * 90W = 180WMemory Controller Power Consumption Included 22W8 Memory DIMM Power Consumption 35W 83WServer Power Consumption (minus CPUs ~100W ~100Wand DIMM)/4 CPU Core System w/2 HDDsTotal Server(s) Power Consumption/ 1.25 * (190W+35W+100W) = 1.25 * (180W+22W+83W+100W) =4 Power CPU Core System 406.25W 481.25WServers Required to Host 128 CPU Cores 32 32Racks Required to Host 128 CPU Cores 1 1Consumption in a 128 CPU Core System 406.25W*32 = 13kW 481.25W*32 – 15.4kW 1 1.25 => This factor assumes 25% power loss due to voltage conversion. Sun Confidential: Internal Only
  46. 46. Total Power Consumption and HVAC:AMD Opteron vs Intel Woodcrest• 15% savings $151,000 $178,000 in total annual cost* per year/ 1,000 CPU core compute farm Sun Fire X2200 Dell PE1950Annual Savings of $27,000per 1,000 CPU Core Worth 1,000 CPU cores total 1,000 CPU cores total (8 racks, 250 Intel Xeonof Sun Fire X2200 Servers (8 racks, 250 Sun Fire X2200) 5100 “Woodcrest”-based Systems)*Based on worldwide average cost of 13 cents per kWhr. Assuming a typical .3xPower Cost, HVAC cost is required to remove the heat generated by these systems. Sun Confidential: Internal Only

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