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Uploaded on Sep 17, 2009

Larry Ellison, Oracle & John Fowler, Sun unveil Exadata V2.
Based on a combination of Oracle software and innovative Sun hardware, including Sun's breakthrough FlashFire technology, Exadata Version 2 is built on a massively parallel architecture that brings together fast servers, and high-bandwidth interconnects between storage and database servers — a design that radically accelerates database processing and delivers exceptional performance.
Available in a range of configurations, the new Exadata Version 2combines compute, storage and networking technologies, and features Sun FlashFire Technology to turbocharge applications. This uniquely well-balanced CPU, I/O and memory system yields high throughput networking and performance, designed and tuned for Oracle technology.
The result is a quantum leap in performance over Oracle's previous generation Exadata machine, including a 20x increase in random I/O and a 5x I/O bandwidth speedup with FlashFire Technology, as well as a 2x speedup in compute and network performance capacity. In short, the Exadata Version 2 is the world's fastest machine for both data warehousing and online transaction processing.

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