It should be noted that there are a wealth of CPU, system, database, OLTP, and application-based benchmarks in the computer industry peddled by a variety of organizations from Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC) to the Transaction Processing Performance Council (TPC), but the storage egg has never reached the frying pan until now.
What does SPEC stand for?
SPEC stands for Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation
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We have 83 other meanings of SPEC in our Acronym Attic
- Special Purposes Examination for Chiropractic
- Special Service, Reserve Pay Clerk (US Navy)
- Species of European Conservation Concern (ornithology)
- Stakeholder Partnerships, Education and Communication (US IRS)
- Standard Performance Evaluation Corp. (computer benchmarks; Gainesville, VA)
- Stanford Project on Emerging Companies (Stanford Graduate School of Business; Palo Alto, CA)
- Strategic Partnership Education and Communication
- Students for the Preservation of Etiquette in Chess (TV show Fillmore!)
- Support Problems Encountered Commonly
- Support Programme for Employment Creation (EU)
- Sustaining Partnerships-Enhancing Collaboration (Wasington)
- System Performance Evaluation Corporation
- Systems Performance Evaluation Cooperative
- Social Planning and Events Committee to Represent Undergraduate Minorities
- Special Programme for the Economies of Central Asia (United Nations; also seen as UNSPECA)
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Nasdaq: SUNW) has submitted results of 230,049 operations per second (op/s) on the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation Java Business Benchmark 2000 (SPECjbb2000) using the Sun Enterprise 10000 server, aka Starfire, easily surpassing IBM's fully configured p690/HPC (Regatta) system performance of 169,794 op/s.
Results published at the independent standards body SPEC, the Standard Performance Evaluation Corporation, confirm that the PRIMERGY RX600 S4 scored a new all-time best result in the SPECweb2005 test, which simulates three different workloads for a busy web server.