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The first thing to consider when thinking about DB2® for your business:
it’s as low as 1/3 the cost of Oracle Database. Then consider DB2 on
Power Systems™ with 3x the performance per core of Oracle Database
on SPARC, in TPC-C and SAP SD benchmarks. Overall, an ironclad case
for IBM. There’s more where that came from, too.
COS T based on publicly avail U.S. info on 2/10/2011 for IBM DB2 Advanced Enterprise Edition + Oracle software w/comparable capabilities. IBM: 100 Processor Value Units. Oracle: assumes 1.0 processor multiplier. Both incl.
Y1 maint/support. PERFORMANCE: www.tpc.org as of 01/26/11 [IBM Power 780 ( 3 x 64 C)( 24 Ch/192 C/768 Th); 10,366,254 tpmC; $1.38/tpmC; avail 10/13/10 v. Oracle SPARC SuperCluster w/ T3-4 Servers ( 27 x 64 C)(108
Ch/1728 C/13824 Th); 30,249,688 tpmC; $1.01/tpmC; avail 6/1/11]. TPC-C is a trademark of Transaction Performance Processing Council. www.sap.com/solutions/benchmark/ as of 01/26/11 [IBM Power 795 ( 32 P/256 C/1024
Th); 126063 users/2-tier SAP ERP 6.0 pack4/AIX 7.1 + DB2 9. 7; cert 2010046 v. Oracle SPARC Enterprise Server M9000 (64 P/256 C/512 Th); 39100 users/2-tier SAP ERP 6.0/Solaris 10, Oracle 10g; cert 2008042]. SAP
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