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*****For Immediate Release (June 29, 2004)




NEC SOLUTIONS AMERICA ANNOUNCES NEW TPC-C BENCHMARK RESULTS
ON INTEL® ITANIUM® 2-BASED SERVER
Santa Clara, Calif. - June 29, 2004 - NEC Solutions (America), Inc., a premier provider of integrated solutions for
the Connected Enterprise in North America, announced today a new TPC benchmark score conducted on a 32-
® ®way NEC server running Oracle Database 10g Enterprise Edition, BEA Tuxedo and SUSE LINUX Enterprise
® ® ®Server . Testing was conducted on a 32-way, NEC Express5800/1320Xd server based on Intel Itanium 2
1processors. TPC-C is an industry-standard benchmark for measuring a system's processing performance based
on an enterprise transaction model for handling orders.
2The new 683,575 transactions per minute (tpmC) benchmark score and price-performance ratio of $5.99/tpmC
was achieved, in part, by leveraging NEC's highly scalable, ccNUMA system architecture utilizing 32 Intel Itanium
2 processors. Oracle Database 10g is designed to take advantage of system and processor advancements such
as those made by both NEC and Intel Corporation. Oracle's enhancements enable the database to scale to the
next generation of 64-bit computing environments. Developed in close collaboration with Intel and Oracle, SUSE
LINUX Enterprise Server for Intel Itanium Processor Family is designed to meet the highest requirements in terms
of scalability and performance. Integrating BEA TUXEDO with NEC's highly scalable ...

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*****For Immediate Release(June 29, 2004)NEC SOLUTIONS AMERICA ANNOUNCES NEW TPC-C BENCHMARK RESULTS ON INTEL® ITANIUM® 2-BASED SERVER
Santa Clara, Calif. - June 29, 2004- NEC Solutions (America), Inc., a premier provider of integrated solutions for the Connected Enterprise in North America, announced today a new TPC benchmark score conducted on a 32-® ® way NEC server running OracleDatabase 10g Enterprise Edition, BEA Tuxedoand SUSE LINUX Enterprise ® ®® Server . Testing was conducted on a 32-way, NEC Express5800/1320Xd server based on IntelItanium 2 1 processors. TPC-Cis an industry-standard benchmark for measuring a system's processing performance based on an enterprise transaction model for handling orders.
2 The new 683,575 transactions per minute (tpmC)benchmark score and price-performance ratio of $5.99/tpmC was achieved, in part, by leveraging NEC's highly scalable, ccNUMA system architecture utilizing 32 Intel Itanium 2 processors. Oracle Database 10g is designed to take advantage of system and processor advancements such as those made by both NEC and Intel Corporation. Oracle's enhancements enable the database to scale to the next generation of 64-bit computing environments. Developed in close collaboration with Intel and Oracle, SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server for Intel Itanium Processor Family is designed to meet the highest requirements in terms of scalability and performance. Integrating BEA TUXEDO with NEC's highly scalable ccNUMA system architecture demonstrates the full power of NEC's solution in the rugged TPC-C test environment. Indicating the power these solutions can have in real-world enterprise solutions.
"NEC's new TPC-C benchmark results are a testimony to our ongoing commitment to Novell's platform. We are proud to be the first vendor to demonstrate the scalability of SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9" said Larry Sheffield, senior vice president of Solutions Platform Group at NEC Solutions America. "Our results prove that SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server with NEC's high-performance Itanium 2 servers exemplifies the scalability and performance capabilities in the scale up enterprise market."
"This benchmark validates the value of Linux across the enterprise," said Richard Sarwal, vice president of Server Performance at Oracle Corp. "Clearly Linux can scale on large SMPs to provide customers with low-cost computing options even at the high end of the market."
Performance Results
Throughput 683,575tpmC Cost Performance$5.99 per tpmC Availability DateSeptember 1, 2004 System NECExpress5800/1320Xd Itanium 2 Server CPU IntelItanium 2 processors at 1.5 GHz with 6M L3 cache 32 processors System Memory512 GB
OS SUSELINUX Enterprise Server 9 ® Database OracleDatabase 10g Enterprise Edition Transaction Monitor BEA Tuxedo 8.1
AvailabilityThe high-performance NEC Express5800/1320Xd server, with 32 Intel Itanium 2 processors, is currently available for order in North America. Systems configured and tested for the TPC benchmark will be available beginning September 1, 2004.
About NEC Solutions (America), Inc.NEC Solutions (America), Inc. is a premier provider of integrated solutions for the Connected Enterprise in North America. As an affiliate of NEC Corporation (NASDAQ: NIPNY) (FTSE: 6701q.1), NEC Solutions America taps into a global resource network to help clients leverage technology to achieve a competitive edge. From mobile enterprise computing systems, biometric security solutions, business intelligence, projector and plasma display solutions, business services management and IT professional services, the expertise is delivered with the personal attention needed to address individual situations. With headquarters in Rancho Cordova, California, NEC Solutions America maintains research, marketing, sales and support facilities throughout the United States. Information regarding NEC Solutions America can be found atwww.necsam.comor by calling 888-632-8701.
Editor's Note: Information and specifications are subject to change without notice. NEC is a registered trademark of NEC Corporation. Intel and Itanium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. Oracle is a registered trademark of Oracle Corporation and/or its affiliates. SUSE is a registered trademark of SUSE AG, a Novell company. BEA and BEA Tuxedo are registered trademarks of BEA Systems, Inc. TPC is a registered trademark of the Transaction Processing Performance Council. All other trademarks are property of their respective owners. ©2004 NEC Solutions (America), Inc. All rights reserved.
1. TPCis part of the Transaction Processing Performance Council and provides standard benchmarks for measuring computer system performance. Performance is evaluated based on a model of enterprise transaction processing. Benchmark results are expressed in terms of how many transactions are performed per minute (tpmC). ® ® 2. NECExpress5800/1320Xd, 683,575 tpmC, $5.99/tpmC, with thirty two (32) IntelItanium 2processor at 1.5 GHz, each with ® 6MB L3 cache, running OracleDatabase 10g Enterprise Edition and SUSE LINUX Enterprise Server 9, with 512 GB RAM; Available: 9/1/2004. Source http://www.tpc.org/.
Contact:
Amy Pang NEC Solutions America 408-844-1108 amy.pang@necsam.com
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