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Commercial Processing Workload

IBM has developed benchmarks to compare the performance of their various iSeries server offerings. Computational Intensive Workload (CIW) measures performance in a situation where there is a high ratio of computation to Input/Output communication. The reverse situation is simulated by the Commercial Processing Workload (CPW).[1]

The CPW is a simplified variant of the industry-wide TPC-C benchmarking standard.[2]

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  • TPC slaps Oracle on benchmark claims- The Register
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