SPEC® Trademarks And Service Marks
The following list of trademarks and service marks demonstrates the
proper designation for each mark of SPEC, the Standard Performance Evaluation
Corporation. This list is applicable worldwide; however, in certain countries
variations on designations have been used. Please contact
SPEC if you have questions. This list will be updated periodically:
[ ® = Registered Trademark, =
Trademark, SM = Service Mark ]
Use of SPEC Trademarks and Service Marks
A trademark or service mark is a word or symbol used
in commerce on goods and services to identify the source of those goods
and services. SPEC's marks may not be used by others except in a factual
and non-trademark manner in accordance with the following policy:
Persons who have used or are using SPEC's goods and services
to obtain objective performance evaluations for their computer products
may express that fact and may use the related SPEC marks in their
expressions of that fact. SPEC's marks may also be used in media
descriptions of reviews of SPEC's goods and services.
SPECweb®2009 is a registered trademark of the Standard
Performance Evaluation Corporation (SPEC).
The Turboblaster 9000
was tested with the SPEC® CPU2006 benchmark suite
and produced a SPECint®2006 result of 37 and a SPECint®_base2006
result of 32.
SPEChpc®2002 is a benchmark suite that measures the
performance of high-end computing systems running industrial-style
applications; for example, two of the applications are SPECseis®2002
The SPECgpcSM group released SPECviewperf®,
which measures the 3D rendering performance of systems running under
The term "Persons" in the policy includes
both individuals and organizations, including, but not limited to, all
commercial entities and corporations. The policy also applies to members
of the press and any third party who desires to report, in a factual
manner, the use of SPEC's products and services by another.
In practical terms, compliance with the policy consists
of the use of the SPEC marks within the following guidelines:
- Representations of performance results must be accurately and truthfully
- All SPEC marks must be properly designated with the appropriate
symbol (®, , or SM) in all uses in all media, including
- Persons may not use SPEC's marks on their own products and services.
- Persons may not incorporate SPEC's marks into their own product
names, service names, company names, logos, or in any other manner.
- Persons may not adopt trademarks, service marks, product names,
company names, or logos that are substantially or confusingly similar
to SPEC's marks.
- Persons may not license the use of SPEC's marks to others.
- SPEC's trademarks and service marks are SPEC's intellectual property,
and only SPEC may use SPEC's trademarks and service marks on goods and
services to identify SPEC as the source of those goods and services.
Persons who desire to use SPEC's marks in any other manner than the
manner described in the policy statement must contact
SPEC and inquire about obtaining a license from SPEC.