Oracle® Database 10g Release 2 Achieves Record TPC-H Three TB Benchmark for Windows with HP Integrity rx8640 Server
Oracle today announced a record breaking TPC-H Three Terabyte (TB) benchmark for a database running on the Windows operating system, demonstrating the superior performance of Oracle® Database 10g Release 2 running on Microsoft Windows and an HP Integrity rx8640 Server.(1) With this latest achievement, Oracle now holds nine of the top 10 performance world record benchmark results for the TPC-H 3TB scale factor.(2)
Running on an HP Integrity rx8640 Server with 16 dual-core Intel Itanium processors on the Windows Operating System, Oracle Database 10g Release 2 achieved a record-breaking performance of 37,813.7 QphH@3000GB with a price-performance ratio of $38.00/QphH@3000GB. Setting the fastest results for a Windows-based system with the TPC-H 3TB benchmark, Oracle’s result outperformed the previous best performance result by a competitor on Windows in both performance and price.(3)
“This benchmark solidifies Oracle’s world-class reputation as the database performance leader and is a testament to our continued commitment to the Windows platform,” said Juan Loaiza, senior vice president, Systems Technology, Oracle. “Setting the new TPC-H 3 Terabyte record for fastest Windows-based system is an important proof point and further validates why customers rely on the high performance capabilities of Oracle Database 10g.”
As the leading database for data warehousing systems, Oracle Database 10g provides a single, integrated database engine for scalable and high performing database applications. Building on its history of excellence, Oracle holds world records in the TPC-H 300GB,(4) TPC-H One TB,(5) TPC-H Three TB(6) and TPC-H non-clustered 10 TB(7) scale factor categories.
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