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MicroStrategy’s Latest Software Release Delivers More than 6 Times Greater Capacity with 3 Times Faster Response Time

January 7, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE:  MicroStrategy

MicroStrategy® Incorporated (Nasdaq: MSTR), a leading worldwide provider of business intelligence (BI) software, today announced the benchmark test results of its newest software version, MicroStrategy 9.0.2. The tests show that an 8-CPU configuration of MicroStrategy Intelligence Server can deliver a sustained output power rating of 147 KiloCycles, which equates to 147,000 round-trip queries per hour.

This query volume can support more than 26,000 active users with an average user response time of 1.3 seconds.An earlier version of MicroStrategy 9 running on the same hardware delivered a power rating of 22 KiloCycles, which can support the query load of approximately 3,900 active users with an average response time of 4.0 seconds.

These findings demonstrate that MicroStrategy customers will be able to support 6 times greater usage with 3 times faster average response time by simply upgrading from MicroStrategy 9.0 to MicroStrategy 9.0.2. In both tests, the MicroStrategy Intelligence Server software ran on an 8-CPU server based on commodity Intel-based hardware and the Redhat ES Linux operating system, with a typical retail price of $24,320.

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