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Core Power

More powerful, advanced processor cores may cost more but can reduce the overall IT budget.

Why?  Enterprise applications are expensive and typically licensed by core count.  For example Oracle Database Enterprise Edition costs $47,500 per processing unit plus support.  More powerful, efficient processors can significantly reduce licensing requirements by running the same applications on fewer cores.  That efficiency can in many cases far outweigh the cost of new systems with such processors.  Read more…

Fujitsu M-series Servers

What’s the road ahead for SPARC? There has been much speculation recently regarding the future of the SPARC processor and Solaris.  While Oracle has indicated the current M8 processor may be their last for the foreseeable future, development of the SPARC platform will continue through the combined efforts of Oracle and Fujitsu.  Read more…

SMI Featured as Fujitsu Partner of the Month

SMI helped a major defense-related research facility upgrade their large installed base of aging systems running on Solaris 10 with minimal disruption by recommending the Fujitsu M10-1.  Read more about the project and the advantages of the M10-1.

SMI President Peter McLoughlin quoted in a Tech Target article

Check out the article, Outdated technology: A channel partner challenge, to read about the challenges channel partners face when they encounter outdated technology in clients’ datacenters.

Peter accepting an award from Fujitsu at Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Oracle OpenWorld 2015

Peter McLoughlin, President of SMI, accepts an award from Fujitsu for the largest sale of M10 servers to a single private company.

SMI Replaces Aging Systems with Compact Fujitsu M10 Servers at Major Pharmaceutical Company

Read about how SMI partnered with Fujitsu to install M10-4 servers in major pharmaceutical company.