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"The ML series is cheaper than other products, and everything is included with the standard licensing fees."

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Top Answer: The most valuable feature is the technical support, which is both good and available easily.
Top Answer: The ML series is cheaper than other products, and everything is included with the standard licensing fees.
Top Answer: I think that the RAID support can be improved because it is not very effective compared to the DL series. Generally, scalability can be improved. I would like to see a centralized monitoring system… more »
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out of 4 in Tower Servers
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Comparisons
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Reviews
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Rating
8.0
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218
Comparisons
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Overview
HP ProLiant ML expandable tower servers are ideal for remote and branch offices in need of low-risk networking, file-and-print and shared Internet access solutions, and provide maximum internal storage and I/O flexibility. Many small to medium-sized businesses rely on HP ProLiant ML expandable tower servers for the highest level of efficiency, insight and control. HP expandable servers deliver decades of engineering and integration experience designed to speed the implementation of new business computing technology.
The IBM System x iDataPlex dx360 M4 is a half-depth, dual-socket server designed for data centers that require high performance, yet are constrained on floor space, power, and cooling infrastructure. The dx360 M4 is equipped with the latest Intel Xeon E5-2600 Series processors and is ideal for clients that need a dense, flexible solution with low total cost of ownership.
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Sample Customers
Kenya Ports Authority, RAK Ceramics, Continental Resources
SEW-EURODRIVE, Intrinsec, Fluent Trade Technologies, Oxford Networks, Tracewell Systems
Top Industries
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Computer Software Company27%
Comms Service Provider24%
Government9%
Educational Organization7%
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Small Business11%
Midsize Enterprise22%
Large Enterprise67%
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HPE Proliant ML is ranked 1st in Tower Servers with 1 review while IBM System X is ranked 3rd in Tower Servers. HPE Proliant ML is rated 8.0, while IBM System X is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of HPE Proliant ML writes "Easy to set up and use, with technical support that is both good and readily available". On the other hand, HPE Proliant ML is most compared with Dell PowerEdge T and Lenovo ThinkSystem Tower Servers, whereas IBM System X is most compared with Dell PowerEdge T.

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