Oracle Corporation (NYSE:ORCL) and Fujitsu Ltd (ADR) (OTCMKTS:FJTSY) today made public the unveiling of the Fujitsu SPARC M12,which is for sure a major technological step in terms of innovation considering that it showcase the fastest per-core performance worldwide.

With Fujitsu’s new SPARC64 XII processor in its making, the Fujitsu SPARC M12 servers showcase the world’s topmost per CPU core performance(1) in arithmetic processing providing significant improvements for a wide array of workloads from the big data processing in the cloud to the mission-critical systems on premises .

The vibrant SPARC technology ecosystem in good fashion welcomes the new Fujitsu SPARC M12 servers and as a matter of fact the alliance with Oracle’s SPARC systems culminates to leveraging scalability features as well as the unique security of the Oracle Solaris operating system, not forgetting the versatility and efficiency associated with the Oracle VM Server for SPARC virtualization software.

Fujitsu SPARC M12 servers usually come in two distinct models: the Fujitsu SPARC M12-2S server and two-processor Fujitsu SPARC M12-2 server. It is crucial to point out to the fact that the latter can incrementally be expanded to obtain a maximum of 32 processors.

The amazing fact about the new servers lies in the fact that they go a long way towards helping customers create new value based on high end digital technology while at the same time it optimizes investments in ICT infrastructure.

 Fujitsu M10 server line, which happens to be the forerunner of the Fujitsu SPARC M12 servers, has as a matter of fact been adopted by a large number of customers who are known to be utilizing it as the core for their ICT infrastructure.

Some top executives working with Fujitsu have revealed that the company’s servers have done much in contributing to the optimized ICT investments and that has been through availing stable processing power for the mission-critical databases.

In saying this they were referring to the foundation of corporate enterprise as well as the dramatically reduced search time-frame for the wide range of information contained in databases for use in corporate marketing to 1/300th that of the prior technology.