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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: Our next move will be going away from them. We're probably going to move to a PowerEdge Dell or HP solution. We've already looked into that a little bit. So I don't have a lot of great things to say… more »
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UCS E-Series Servers
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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.

This Intel Modular Server System MFSYS25/MFSYS35 platform supports up to six compute modules, up to fourteen hot-swap 2.5-inch SAS hard disk drives in the Intel Modular Server System MFSYS25, or up to six hot-swap 3.5-inch SAS/SATA hard disk drives in the Intel Modular Server System MFSYS35, an integrated server management module, redundant Ethernet switches, and redundant storage controllers. The server ships configured for rack mounting, but may be mounted in a pedestal configuration. 

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Cisco UCS E-Series Servers is ranked 5th in Blade Servers with 3 reviews while Intel MFSYS25 is ranked 20th in Blade Servers. Cisco UCS E-Series Servers is rated 8.0, while Intel MFSYS25 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 Intel MFSYS25 is most compared with .

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