Fujitsu ETERNUS Storage System records 2,685.50 MBPS with SPC Benchmark-2™
October 3, 2011
Fujitsu's performance testing of an ETERNUS DX80 S2 disk storage system using the Storage Performance Council's SPC Benchmark-2™ (*Note 1), the latest industry storage benchmark, has achieved a result of 2,685.50 SPC-2 MBPS™.
As a result ETERNUS DX80 S2 demonstrates world's best performance record as an entry class storage system (*Note 2).
SPC-2 benchmark is designed to show aggregate performance of the storage subsystem in large-sized, sequential access environments. SPC-2 consists of three distinct workload profiles:
Large file processing,
Large database queries,
and Video on Demand.
The Executive Summary and Full Disclosure Report are available on the Storage Performance Council web site (official approval is subject to a 60-day review period).
*Note 1: Storage Performance Council (SPC) is a nonprofit institute for the evaluation of storage system performance, in which major storage vendors participate.
*Note 2: As of September 30, 2011 according to our own research.
ETERNUS DX80 S2 SPC-2™ Benchmark
||Processing efficiency of application storage unit
||Price per SPC-2 MBPS™
|A SU Capacity
(Application Storage Unit)
||Storage capacity of tested application storage unit
|Data Protection level
||Data protection level used on application storage unit
-The above benchmark results are under application to SPC-2 for registration. (SPC-2 registration number: B00055)
-The Executive Summary and Full Disclosure Report for ETERNUS DX80 S2 disk storage system test configurations as audited by SPC are available at SPC Benchmark-2™ Results.
-For more information about Storage Performance Council and SPC, refer to frequently asked questions about Storage Performance Council (SPC).
-SPC Benchmark-2 and SPC-2 MBPS are trademarks of Storage Performance Council.