Aiming to deliver new levels of security capabilities and performance for critical customer workloads, Cloud major Oracle has unveiled its eighth-generation SPARC platform that is powered by the new M8 microprocessor. SPARC M8 processor-based systems are designed to seamlessly integrate with existing infrastructures and include fully integrated virtualization and management for Private Cloud. Also Read - Coronavirus outbreak: Oracle postpones OpenWorld Asia event in SingaporeAlso Read - Facebook and Google found tracking users on porn websites; even in incognito mode
“SPARC was already the fastest, most secure processor in the world for running Oracle Database and Java. SPARC M8 extends that lead even further,” said Edward Screven, chief corporate architect, Oracle, in a statement late.
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All existing commercial and custom applications will run on SPARC M8 systems unchanged with new levels of performance, security capabilities, and availability. The SPARC M8 processor with Software in Silicon v2 extends the industry’s first “Silicon Secured Memory”, which provides always-on, hardware-based memory protection for advanced intrusion protection. ALSO READ: Oracle to set up data center in India soon
The SPARC M8 processor offers security enhancements, delivering 2x faster encryption and 2x faster hashing than x86 and 2x faster than SPARC M7 microprocessors.