HPE BladeSystem vs. Intel MFSYS25

As of February 2019, HPE BladeSystem is ranked 1st in Blade Servers with 31 reviews vs Intel MFSYS25 which is ranked 12th in Blade Servers. The top reviewer of HPE BladeSystem writes "Gives the administrator the ability to build a processing infrastructure remotely". HPE BladeSystem is most compared with HPE Synergy, Cisco UCS B-Series and HPE Superdome X. Intel MFSYS25 is most compared with .
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17,617 views|3,099 comparisons
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816 views|60 comparisons
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The chassis itself, with no blade server inside, so expensive. The C7000 model costs around $100,000.​The price could be cheaper.Add OneView and ILO advanced to the base product. Don’t adjust the price, but just include them.The prices for the HPE Virtual Connect Modules are expensive compared to other I/O Modules available.With regards to the prices, they need to adapt to the current needs of the country.Their licensing program is pretty simple.

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Ranking
1st
out of 25 in Blade Servers
Views
17,617
Comparisons
3,099
Reviews
31
Followers
381
Avg. Rating
8.5
12th
out of 25 in Blade Servers
Views
816
Comparisons
60
Reviews
0
Followers
92
Avg. Rating
N/A
Top Comparisons
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Also Known As
HP ProLiant BL Series Servers, HP ProLiant BladeSystem, HP BladeSystemMFSYS25
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Overview
HP ProLiant BladeSystem share power, cooling, network, and storage infrastructure via the blade enclosure. Since equipment is not needed for each server, you get a dramatic reduction in power distribution units, power cables, LAN and SAN switches, connectors, adapters, and cables. And you can add the newest-generation technologies by simply changing individual components.

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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Sample Customers
EMIS HealthEisenhower & Carlson, PLLC
Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Financial Services Firm19%
Government8%
Energy/Utilities Company7%
Insurance Company7%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Manufacturing Company19%
Government14%
Energy/Utilities Company14%
Comms Service Provider8%
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Company Size
REVIEWERS
Small Business10%
Midsize Enterprise20%
Large Enterprise70%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Small Business19%
Midsize Enterprise41%
Large Enterprise41%
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