NEC Breaks World Record for Energy Efficiency with Express5800/GT110f-S Server – Jul 05, 2013– Tokyo, Japan (Techreleased) – NEC Corporation today announced that its ultra-compact tower server, the Express5800/GT110f-S, demonstrated the world’s highest energy efficiency by achieving 6,488 overall ssj_ops/watt (*1) on the SPECpower_ssj® 2008 benchmark (*2).
The SPECpower_ssj ® 2008 benchmark is the first industry standard measure for comparing energy efficiency among server products (*3). The benchmark is determined by measuring server system performance versus server energy use.
The Express5800/GT110f-S is a 1-socket ultra-compact tower server which delivers essential server features along with outstanding performance. The GT110f-S is designed for branch and remote offices, as well as stores and factories running file/print, collaboration, and infrastructure applications.
With this breakthrough, NEC has demonstrated a solution that reduces the operational cost of server systems through high energy efficiency without compromising performance. NEC’s advanced cooling design and low power-consumption technologies address the need for energy conservation that has become increasingly important to customers.
The benchmark result summary and test system are as follows:
|Performance to Power Ratio||6,488 overall ssj_ops/watt|
System Under Test (SUT)
|Processor||Intel Xeon E3-1265L v3
4-Core, 2.50 GHz, 8 MB L3 Cache
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2 Enterprise SP1|
|Java VM||Oracle Java HotSpot 64-Bit Server VM on Windows, version 1.6.0_45|
(*1) NEC Express5800/GT110f-S server, Air cooling Model
Source: The Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC), NEC Express5800/GT110f-S, 6,488 overall ssj_ops/watt, Publication: June 26, 2013 http://www.spec.org/power_ssj2008/results/res2013q2/power_ssj2008-20130610-00616.html
Competitive comparison stated above based on results published on www.spec.org as of June 26, 2013.
(2) SPEC® and the benchmark name SPECpower_ssj® are registered trademarks of the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC). For the latest SPECpower_ssj 2008 benchmark results
(3) The measure of power consumption when running a simulated Online Transaction Processing (OLTP) test with a Java server application, decreasing the workload from 100% to 0% (idle) by 10% decrements, and calculating the performance to power ratio which totals the 11 sets of throughput performance (the number of transactions to be processed per second) divided by the total power consumption.
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