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|Also Known As||Primergy BX900 Series|
The Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY BX900 S2 chassis is the rock-solid foundation for Fujitsu's blade ecosystem, providing a reliable, flexible and efficient platform for building a converged infrastructure. The system provides a modular approach to create an IT infrastructure. The chassis includes all needed infrastructure elements such as power supplies and fans, networking, and management. The Fujitsu blade server is easy to upgrade, maintain and customize. Inside, you can mix and match almost any combination of server storage and connection blades to run your choice of operation systems and applications.
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||Yokogawa Electric Corporation, Advanced Telecommunications Research Institute International(ATR), Yamagata University, Universiti Putra Malaysia, China Telecom, Badan Informasi Geospasial||Ovum|