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Cisco products are at the high end in terms of cost, but everything is included with the licensing fees.The price of this solution is a little bit higher, but given that this system is Cisco, it feels more secure and dependable.The type of service level purchase will determine the level of support response that you receive from Cisco.

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UCS B-Series, Unified Computing System B-Series
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Overview
Based on Intel Xeon processor E7 and E5 product families, Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Servers work with virtualized and non-virtualized applications to increase: Performance, Energy efficiency, Flexibility and Administrator productivity.

Oracle’s Netra Modular System is a transformative platform for customers looking to build out their communications on-premises and cloud infrastructures. With extreme agility and scale in a platform that can be completely virtualized, customers benefit from accelerated development, rapid bring up, and low-cost maintenance. Netra Modular System takes today’s traditional bladed and rackmount architectures and merges them to create a new innovative best-of-breed next-generation platform. This integrated system is designed to handle compute, networking, and storage evolution without forklift upgrades. Netra Modular System provides the service and business agility required in today’s fast-paced market. 

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Sample Customers
Aegean Motorway, Anilana Hotels and Resorts, Anonymous Banking Group, Artoni Transporti, Bellevue, BH Telecom, Bowling Green State University, Children's Hospital Colorado, City of Biel, Dimension Data, Dualtec Cloud Builders, Hertz, Houston Methodist, Kuwait Petroleum Italia, Lufthansa Systems GmbH & Co.KG, Outscale, Sony Corporation, TalbotsOvum
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Financial Services Firm27%
Manufacturing Company18%
Comms Service Provider9%
Construction Company9%
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Computer Software Company35%
Comms Service Provider20%
Financial Services Firm8%
Manufacturing Company7%
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Cisco UCS B-Series is ranked 3rd in Blade Servers with 4 reviews while Oracle Netra Modular System is ranked 23rd in Blade Servers. Cisco UCS B-Series is rated 8.6, while Oracle Netra Modular System is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Cisco UCS B-Series writes "Processing of our system has greatly improved due to the CPU, functionality and security features". On the other hand, Cisco UCS B-Series is most compared with HPE Synergy, HPE BladeSystem, Dell PowerEdge M, Super Micro SuperBlade and Lenovo Flex System, whereas Oracle Netra Modular System is most compared with .

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