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Cisco Unified Computing System – Product Brief

Last updated October 24th, 2019. Concise and unbiased overview of Cisco's Unified Computing System. Contains highlights, overview and Evaluator Group's opinion. Download this Product Brief now!

Cisco’s Unified Computing System (UCS) is a line of servers, networking components and management software designed to provide a comprehensive IT operational environment that helps simplify the enterprise data center. UCS  hardware and software are used extensively with other vendors’ storage systems to create Converged Infrastructure solutions. These currently include NetApp FlexPod, IBM Versastack, Dell EMC VxBlock, Pure FlashStack and Hitachi Vantara Adaptive Solutions for CI.

UCS Servers

B-Series Blade servers are half- or full-rack width servers that are installed in a 6U chassis, supporting a maximum of eight or four blades, respectively.  Available in either an M4 or M5 configuration, each blade has up to four CPUs and four internal storage devices (HDDs or SSDs). C-Series Rack servers are high-density, 1U, 2U or 4U rack-mounted servers in M4 or M5 configurations with up to four CPUs, 24 drives and 12 PCIe Gen3 slots. The UCS S3260 Storage Server is a 6U, 60-drive rack mounted chassis with two independent server modules

Cisco Unified Computing System Product Brief Includes:

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  • Usage and Deployment
  • Evaluator Group’s Opinion

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