Enterprise IT vendor Oracle today said the ZFS Storage ZS3-2 beats IBM DS8870 by 10x and HP P9500 by 7x on price / performance.
On the Storage Performance Council SPC-2/E benchmark, the company said Oracle ZFS Storage ZS3-2 delivered SPC-2 Price Performance with aggregate throughput of 16,212.66 SPC-2 MBPS with SPC-2 Price Performance of $12.08.
The company said these results demonstrate Oracle ZFS Storage ZS3-2 can offer customers better price / performance for high-throughput workloads such as data warehouse, business analytics and video on-demand applications.
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Oracle ZFS Storage ZS3-2 has 10x better price/performance than the IBM DS8870, which is IBM’s best SPC-2 Result.
It has 7x better price/performance than the HP P9500 XP Disk Array, which is HP’s best SPC-2 Result.
Oracle ZFS Storage ZS3-2 offers over 4.5x more performance per watt than the IBM XIV Storage System, providing data center energy savings and significant business advantage for data centers where energy costs are rising or have energy grid limitations.
Scott Tracy, vice president, Storage Software, Oracle, said: “Customers can simultaneously maximize performance per dollar and per watt when making purchase decisions. The benefits are clear: energy savings and reduced TCO, with the high performance customers need for critical large-scale, high-throughput applications.”