Intel & HP Announce World’s Best 4-Socket TPC-C Result

November 6th, 2008 |
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Intel and HP recently announced the world’s best four-socket TPC-C benchmark result — a showing of 634,000 transactions per minute. HP’s Aaron Spurlock joins Noe Garcia from Intel to discuss the specifics of how the HP Proliant DL580 G5 server with Intel Xeon 7400-series processors stacks up against world-class competition.

Also, at Fall IDF in San Francisco, Intel also announced that the Xeon 7400-series processors posted record performance results, marking the first time that the industry has seen 1.2 million database transactions per minute on an 8-socket IBM server.

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