CUSTOMERS MANAGE TRANSACTIONS AND DATA WITH ASE 12.5.
This benchmark represents the best price/performance ratio for Unix-based systems tested by the Transaction Process Performance Council.
ASE 12.5 achieved 140,239.97 transactions per minute (tpmC) with a price/performance ratio of $16.31/tpmC utilizing the recently announced HP Server rp8400.
"These benchmark results demonstrate Sybase's technology leadership in the database market and our dedication to delivering solutions at a lower cost," said Dr. Raj Nathan, senior vice president and general manager, Sybase Enterprise Solutions Division. "Sybase is continuing to deploy technologically advanced database management systems that support our commitment to providing a cost-effective platform to handle intense, Web-based transaction processing."
"HP is focused on bringing the scalability, flexibility and lasting value of the HP Server rp8400 to its customers," said Mark Hudson, worldwide marketing manager, HP Business Systems and Technology Organization. "This benchmark shows that customers utilizing the HP Server rp8400 with Sybase ASE 12.5 will have the powerful and reliable solution they need to manage their data."
As an online transaction processing (OLTP) system benchmark, TPC-C simulates a complete environment where a population of terminal operators execute transactions against a database. The benchmark is centered on the principal activities of an order-entry environment including entering and delivering orders, recording payments, checking the status of orders and monitoring the level of stock at warehouses.
Sybase's flagship product, ASE 12.5, supports the heavy data processing needs of traditional OLTP and the complex data manipulation needs of decision support systems, while providing the flexibility, scalability, performance and security needed to support new, e-Business applications. ASE 12.5's commitment to openness and performance gives customers a robust choice for managing their transaction-intensive applications and mission-critical data.
"When customers are selecting a database, they tend to look for products that offer high throughput with a low pricing structure," said Mark Shainman, senior research analyst at META Group. "Companies delivering solutions that balance price and performance immediately help organizations eliminate upfront concerns and are going to be an obvious choice for that customer."
About Sybase ASE 12.5
Sybase, in June, announced the general availability of its flagship relational database management system (RDMS), Sybase Adaptive Server Enterprise (ASE) 12.5. The new product includes innovations for storing and searching XML documents and executing Java(TM) in the database to support companies rapidly transitioning to e-Business processes. Key features of ASE 12.5 include the following:
-- Innovative advances in data management that exploit operational efficiencies of e-Business through XML/XQL support, high-performance execution of Enterprise JavaBeans(TM), and management of external, non-relational content.
-- Dynamic performance with dynamic tuning for uninterrupted access to data despite the unpredictable demands of the Internet.
-- Enhanced security with row-level access and encrypted communications to protect critical company and customer data.
About Sybase, Inc.
Sybase provides enterprise-class software solutions that fuel e-Business and enable access to information anytime, anyplace. With its industry leading Enterprise Portal (EP), mobile and wireless, and vertical market solutions, Sybase is one of the largest global independent software companies in the world.
For more information, call 510-922-8696 or visit http://www.sybase.com.
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|Date:||Dec 1, 2001|
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