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Top Answer: They are really easy to maintain. I've added RAM to them. I've done a lot of other things with the virtualization.
Top Answer: In terms of what needs improvement, I would say the biggest pain point for us is the matrix for the firmware upgrades. It is a pain. You look at that thing, you might as well be reading Greek. You… more »
Top Answer: It was a government organization and we only developed a data set. We have data centers. So where I designed cell phones for the customer, I used two Blade chassis 5108 for a primary data center and… more »
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5th
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Overview

Cisco UCS E-Series Servers are next-generation, power-optimized, x86, Intel Xeon 64-bit blade servers designed to be deployed in Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2) and the Cisco 4451-X ISR. These price-to-performance-optimized single-socket blade servers balance simplicity, performance, reliability, and power efficiency. They are well suited for applications and infrastructure services typically deployed in small offices and branch offices.

PRIMERGY CX1000 is a new product category within the PRIMERGY x86 server family. Its focus is on providing large scale-out data centers with massive scaling x86 server power while at the same time delivering new data center economics for density, power, heat and acquisition costs.

PRIMERGY CX1000 delivers a cloud-enabled server infrastructure platform for internet scale-out data center (ISP), application service providers (ASP), managed domains, "as-a-service" providers, hosting industries, cloud computing and HPC markets.

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Cisco UCS E-Series Servers is ranked 5th in Blade Servers with 3 reviews while Fujitsu CX1000 is ranked 14th in Blade Servers. Cisco UCS E-Series Servers is rated 8.0, while Fujitsu CX1000 is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Cisco UCS E-Series Servers writes "Easy to configure and operate". On the other hand, Cisco UCS E-Series Servers is most compared with , whereas Fujitsu CX1000 is most compared with HPE Synergy and Super Micro SuperBlade.

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