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Since our inception in 1991, we’ve been one of the most trusted sources for cross platform benchmarking on the market.
That legacy continues today.

Current Releases

TabletMark® 2017

New for 2017, it includes updated workloads, utilizes updated SDKs and development tools, and the Windows version has been rewritten from the ground up for Windows 10 Universal Windows Platform.

SYSmark® 2014 SE

SYSmark® 2014 SE (Second Edition) is an application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users. The updated Second Edition includes a new Responsiveness scenario and Energy Consumption test.

TabletMark® v3

The first application based, cross platform benchmark for touch enabled devices, providing meaningful, real world comparions across a wide range of devices.

MobileMark® 2014

The latest version of the premier performance-qualified battery life metric based on real world applications.

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SYSmark® 2014

An application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users in the areas of office productivity, media creation, and data/financial analysis.

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SYSmark® 2012 Lite

An application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users in the areas of office productivity, data/financial analysis, and system management.

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MobileMark® 2012 Lite

An application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users in the areas of office productivity, media creation and media consumption.

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MobileMark® 2012

An application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users in the areas of office productivity, media creation and media consumption.

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SYSmark® 2012

An application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users in the areas of office productivity, data/financial analysis, system management, media creation, 3D modeling and web development.

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EEcoMark™ v2

A benchmarking tool that uses real world applications for the purpose of measuring the performance-qualified energy consumption of personal computers.

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Other Products

MobileMark® 2007

No longer supported. As of December 31st, BAPCo has stopped accepting FDRs generated with MobileMark 2007.

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SYSmark® 2007 Preview

No longer supported. As of December 31st 2014, BAPCo will stop taking FDRs based on SYSmark 2007 Preview benchmark.

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SYSmark 2004

An application-based benchmark that reflects usage patterns of business users in the areas of Internet Content Creation and Office Productivity.

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MobileMark 2002

The industry’s first standard tool for measuring battery life and performance on both Windows® XP (Professional and Home) and Windows® 2000.

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SYSmark 2002

Based on extensive research of business computing segment trends during 2001.

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SYSmark 2001

Took desktop benchmarking to new levels by introducing a benchmark based on actual Office Productivity and Internet Content Creation scenarios.

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WebMark 2001

The first release of the popular WebMark series of benchmarks used to evaluate Internet performance from a user’s perspective.

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SYSmark 98

An application-based benchmark that measured the performance of computers running on Windows 98, Windows 95 and Windows NT 4.0.

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SYSmark DB

A server benchmark is designed to measure the performance of a multi-user computer operating as a database server in an open Microsoft* SQL* Server* 6.5 client-server environment.

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SYSmark 98 for Battery Life

An application based benchmark for notebooks measuring the battery efficiency, battery life, and performance of notebook computers running on Windows*98

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SYSmark J

The industry’s first standardized software that used Java applications to measure computer performance.

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SYSmark for Windows NT 4.0

The industry’s first standard tool for measuring the performance of computers running popular business applications under Windows NT 3.51 and NT 4.0. SYSmark/NT 4.0.

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SYSmark for File Servers

Measured the performance of file servers running popular business computing applications.