The SPECvirt_sc2010 is the industry's first benchmark addressing performance evaluation of data centre servers used in virtualised server consolidation and, since its establishment, it has always been one of the most important selection criteria for equipment purchases.
According to the evaluation results published by SPEC, FusionSphere 3.0 outscored other mainstream cloud operating systems by running a total number of 288 virtual machines and 48 computing blocks. These results beat those recorded by FusionSphere 2.0, which scored 3895 points/ 40 computing block, when measured on the same hardware platform by the end of 2012.
As an open and converged platform, the FusionSphere features
Exceeding the mainstream level of the industry
According to research, virtualisation, one of the core cloud technologies, will have exponential growth potential within the next few years. For instance, the virtualisation rate of X86 servers in
These customers come from a number of industries including government, public utilities, telecommunications, energy, finance, transportation, healthcare, education, broadcasting, media and manufacturing.
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