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IBM Raises Bar, Records Highest Ever TPC-C Benchmark for x86 Servers 2011.08.13

Armonk, N.Y., USA - August 12, 2011 - IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that it has achieved the highest TPC-C benchmark performance score ever achieved for an x86 server. The single rack non-clustered IBM System x running DB2 achieved more than three million transactions per minute, which breaks the industry record set by the same IBM x86 system just eight months ago, and extends the performance advantage over a comparable HP system by as much as 66 percent.

IBM eX5 enterprise systems are at the leading edge of innovation for the new era of enterprise computing. In this business environment, bigger is not enough. Today's enterprise computing solutions must be flexible enough to adapt to evolving day-to-day business requirements while providing exceptional performance, scalability and reliability.
Courtesy of IBM
 

Armonk, N.Y., USA - August 12, 2011

IBM (NYSE: IBM) today announced that it has achieved the highest TPC-C benchmark performance score ever achieved for an x86 server.

The IBM eX5 portfolio, with systems, management and support options, can solve for workload optimization, intelligent analytics, virtualization and asset utilization, data center efficiencies and IT economics - all solutions enterprise IT leaders are challenged to meet as the new focus on smarter business becomes a reality.
Courtesy of IBM
 
The single rack non-clustered IBM System x® running DB2® achieved more than three million transactions per minute, which breaks the industry record set by the same IBM x86 system just eight months ago, and extends the performance advantage over a comparable HP® system by as much as 66 percent.

Alex Yost, vice president, IBM System x and BladeCenter systems
Courtesy of IBM
 
"Leveraging significant investments in x86 technology, IBM continues to push the envelop in terms of innovation, scalability and performance," said Alex Yost, vice president, IBM System x and BladeCenter systems.
"At the end of the day, it's about the customer, about delivering highly scalable, cost-effective, energy-efficient solutions that help clients differentiate themselves in their chosen markets."

Alex Yost, vice president, IBM System x and BladeCenter systems
Courtesy of IBM
 
This achievement demonstrates the leadership performance possible with the combined power of IBM's exclusive 5th generation Enterprise X-Architecture®, DB2 9.7, IBM MAX5® on System x, and the lastest Intel® Xeon® E7 processors running SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11 (SP1).

The new IBM eX5 enterprise systems.
Featuring eX5, the 5th generation of enterprise X-Architecture® from IBM, and based on the new Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family, these new systems expand the capabilities of the x86 platform, breaking through memory bottlenecks with exceptional scalable performance and advanced reliability.
Courtesy of IBM
 
IBM MAX5 on System x is an industry-first technology that decouples memory from the processor, enabling a 50 percent increase in memory capacity for a single server, which increases productivity and allows the system to process more transactions per minute
.

IBM System x3850 X5 and x3950 X5.
Get improved performance and enhanced features including MAX5 memory expansion and workload optimized models to maximize scalability, minimize costs and simplify deployment.
Processor
 Intel® Xeon® processor E7 product line up to 2.4 GHz (10-core)/1066 MHz memory access
Maximum processors
4 processors, 40 cores per system
Maximum memory
2.0 TB max PC3-10600 DDR3L, up to 3.0 TB with MAX5
Maximum internal storage
4.8 TB HDD/3.2 TB SSD per system
Courtesy of IBM
 
The IBM System x3850 X5 server performed a record 3,014,684 transactions per minute (tpmC) at $.59 USD/tpmC, ranking it 5th overall on TPC-C Top 10 results for all non-clustered systems
.

IBM System x3850 X5 - Front View
The newly redesigned x3850 X5 comes standard with two front-access USB ports, hot-swap fans, and a Light Path diagnostics panel for easy troubleshooting. Options include a CD/DVD combo drive, and up to 8 - 6gbps 2.5” SAS or SATA drives or 16 - 1.8” solid state drives, or a combination of both.
Courtesy of IBM
 
The benchmark simulates the order-entry environment of a wholesale supplier entering and delivering orders, recording payments, checking the status of orders, and monitoring the level of stock at the warehouses
.

IBM System x3850 X5 - Rear View
The x3850 X5 server allows freedom of choice with extremely flexible configurations plus memory expansion and node partitioning capabilities. A modular building block design lets you customize your system for current needs while providing the ability to react to changing workloads.
Expand your 4-socket, 64 DIMM x3850 X5 to 4 sockets and 128 DIMMs and up to 8 sockets and 192 DIMMs.

Reallocate resources and shut down unused systems capabilities - then turn back on again as your environment changes.
The x3850 X5 meets you where you are while providing an easy, cost-effective upgrade path to change your environment if and when you’re ready.
Courtesy of IBM
 
Current results show that clients who deploy IBM technology can expect to see more orders entered, as well as faster monitoring, distribution and delivery.

IBM System x3850 X5 - Interior View
Courtesy of IBM
 
The record-breaking IBM x3850 X5 system was housed in a single, space-saving 42U rack
.

It was configured with four Intel Xeon E7-8870 processors running at 2.40GHz with 30MB of shared L3 cache per processor (4 processors/40 cores/80 threads), a total of 3TB of memory (2TB in server and 1TB in the IBM MAX5 for System x).

IBM MAX5 – Interior View
IBM MAX5 on System x is an industry-first technology that decouples memory from the processor, enabling a 50 percent increase in memory capacity for a single server, which increases productivity and allows the system to process more transactions per minute.
Courtesy of IBM
 
The system was also configured with eXFlash enterprise multi-level cell solid state drive (SSD) storage which enables faster database access.

IBM eXFlash drives are capable of providing up to a 20 times improvement over traditional disk drives.


IBM

For more information on IBM System x, visit

http://www.ibm.com/systems/x/  

 
 


Editors Note:

IBM System x®3850 X5 (Intel Xeon E7-8870 processors 2.40GHz, 4 processors/40 cores/80 threads) TPC-C result of 3,014,684 tpmC, $.59 USD/tpmC, available 9/22/11, DB2 9.7, SUSE Linux® Enterprise Server 11 (SP1)

vs.

IBM System x®3850 X5 (Intel Xeon X7560 processors 2.26GHz, 4 processors/32 cores/64 threads) TPC-C result of 2,308,099 tpmC, $.60 USD/tpmC, available 5/20/11, DB2 9.7, SUSE Linux® Enterprise Server 11 (SP1)

vs.

HP ProLiant DL580 G7 (Intel Xeon X7560 2.26GHz, 4 processors/32 cores/64 threads) result of 1,807,347 tpmC, $.49/tpmC, 2.46 Watts per KtpmC, available 10/15/10, Microsoft SQL Server 2005 Enterprise x64 Edition SP3, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise Edition.


Source: www.tpc.org  


Results current as of 8/11/11.

TPC-C is a trademark of the Transaction Performance Processing Council (TPPC).


Contact information

James E. Smith
IBM Media Relations

914-766-4385
smithje@us.ibm.com  


Source: IBM

http://www-03.ibm.com/press/us/en/pressrelease/35234.wss  



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