(2) Leadership capacity in a 2U rack server - up to 224 Terabytes of direct attach storage per server. The highest storage density in any 2U server of any of the vendors' public products showing on internet search.
(3) Depending on workload as not all Big Data workloads are the same. Traditional MapReduce workloads had 16 percent better price/performance, with double the density and half the Watts. HBase had twice the performance for an equivalently-priced system. HP internal testing, April 2015.
(4) HP Labs. Based on HA and field data modeling, August 2013. Peter Piet and Bruce Edson, using Markov chain high availability modeling, running applications on separate nPars vs. running them together on the same nPar using virtual machines. HP, California. August 2013. HA modeling and field data supports these claims. Doug Davies, HA modeling of Superdome X vs. SD2 and DL980. Date - 8/30/2013. HA modeling and field data supports these claims.
(5) Compares an 8-socket Superdome X server and HP 3PAR StoreServ 7440c running RHEL and Serviceguard for Linux versus an Oracle Exadata X5-2 Half Rack running Exadata software and Oracle RAC. When comparing a 16-socket Superdome X server and HP 3Par StoreServ 7440c running RHEL and Serviceguard for Linux versus an Oracle Exadata X5-2 Full Rack running Exadata software and Oracle RAC, the TCO savings for Superdome X are 39%. Source: Based on HP internal analysis results using publicly available competitive data, April 2015.
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