Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers Valuable Features

Avinash Mohod
Freelance Consultant at Freelancer
In terms of the features that I have found most valuable, that is the hardware, which is more dynamic. Cisco has the channels for the people to buy it. It has the red configurations, you can have more RAM and their CPUs have more code, depending on what kind of server you have, because there are three or four variations. So those options are available. Most of the customers we deal with have a smaller setting, like a voice solution. So they want the Cisco Call Manager. They go for the C 220 version, where they can employ two or three servers and two or three virtual machines, not the physical server. And they can get their voice setup working. If the customer is looking for more servers and more options, they go for more hardware, and a higher version of that server, such as 220, 240, and the like. View full review »
Effort Moyo
Technical Services Manager at ProComm technologies
It is very stable and easy to use. It integrates easily with Cisco's cloud-based UC solutions. There are tools for management that make the management a bit easier, but we don't use them. We don't use what you would term as power users. View full review »
IT Manager at a pharma/biotech company with 11-50 employees
Its hardware is really reliable. We also like Cisco for its support. View full review »
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