October 17, 2019



Server is a single-processor system that enables organizations to respond to IT demands with extreme security and performance, at a lower cost compared to alternatives. It is ideal for a wide range of enterprise-class workloads, including database, applications, Java, and middleware, especially in a cloud environment. This system is based on the M7 processor

Server Specifications


Thirty-two core, 4.13 GHz M7 processor

Up to 256 threads per processor (up to 8 threads per core)

Thirty-two floating-point units per processor (one per core)

One random number generator (one per processor)

Cache Per Processor:

Level 1: 16 KB instruction and 16 KB data per core

Level 2: 256 KB L2 I$ per four cores, 256 KB L2 D$ per core pair

Level 3: 64 MB L3$ on chip

System Configurations:

Servers are always configured with a single M7 processor, not expandable

Sixteen dual inline memory module (DIMM) slots per processor supporting half and fully populated memory configurations using 16, 32, or 64 GB DDR4 DIMMs

1 TB maximum memory configuration with 64 GB DIMMs


Network: four 10 GbE (100 Mbps/1 Gbps/10 Gbps), full duplex only, auto-negotiating

Disks and internal storage: one SAS-3 controller providing hardware RAID 0, 1, and 1E/10 (ZFS file system provides higher levels of RAID)

Expansion bus: six low-profile PCIe 3.0 (four x8 and two x16 or x8 wired) slots

Ports: four external USB (two front USB 2.0 and two rear USB 3.0), one RJ45 serial management port, console 10/100 network port, VGA port

Mass Storage and Media:

Up to eight 600 GB or 1,200 GB 2.5 in SAS-3 drives

Integrated DVD drive

Optional internal storage may be installed within the standard drive bays

400 GB SSD drives, maximum of eight

1.6 TB NVMe drives, maximum of four

Power Supplies:

Two hot-swappable AC 1,000 W redundant (1 + 1) power supplies

Voltage 200 to 240 VAC, frequency 50/60 Hz

Key Ras Features:

Hot-plug disk drives

Redundant, hot-swappable power supplies and fans

Environmental monitoring

Extended ECC, error correction, and parity checking

DIMM sparing enabled with fully populated memory slots, increasing system reliability and uptime

Integrated disk controller with RAID 0, 1 and 1E/10

Fault Management Architecture ― both are features of Solaris Software

Operating System:

Solaris 11.3 or later for enhanced performance and functionality, including features enabled by Software in Silicon technology

Control domain: Solaris 11.3 or later

The following versions are supported within guest domains:

Solaris 11.3 or later, Solaris 10 1/13, Solaris 10 8/11, Solaris 10 9/10


Height: 87.6 mm (3.5 in.); 2U

Width: 445.0 mm (17.5 in.)

Depth: 737 mm (29 in.)