Temenos T24* 与 SQL Server 2008 R2* 基于英特尔架构 NEC 服务器*

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Temenos T24* with SQL Server 2008 R2* on Intel-based NEC Servers*

This report describes the TEMENOS T24* (T24) R10 Highwater Benchmark performance test conducted at the Microsoft* Partner Solution Center (MPSC) in Redmond, Washington on the NEC® Express5800/A1080a 8-CPU Server System with the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series, from July 14th to August 27th, 2010.

This benchmark test was performed as part of the strategic alliance between Temenos Group AG and Microsoft Corporation that was announced in 2009—an alliance that aims to deliver an optimized T24 core banking solution on Microsoft technology and thus increase operational efficiency at large-scale banks.

The Highwater Benchmark test comprises a mix of standard, real-world banking transactions defined by Temenos These transactions, online business transactions and those generated in a close-of-business (COB) capitalization, represent typical transactions for a large Tier-1 retail bank with an extensive customer base.

The results of the benchmark testing were impressive. At peak performance, the system processed 3,437 transactions per second (TPS) in online business testing and averaged a record-breaking 5,203 interest accrual and capitalizations per second during COB testing, processing 25 million accounts in less than two hours. The maximum CPU utilization of the NEC database server during the peak hour did not exceed 70%, providing considerable additional capacity.

These benchmark performance results, together with the massive scalability of Microsoft® SQL Server® 2008 R2 data management software running on the NEC Express5800/A1080a with the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series, make the combination of T24 and Microsoft* technologies a viable solution for the largest banks in the world.

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