Compare NEC Sigmablade-M vs. Oracle Sun 6000

NEC Sigmablade-M is ranked 20th in Blade Servers while Oracle Sun 6000 which is ranked 16th in Blade Servers. NEC Sigmablade-M is rated 0, while Oracle Sun 6000 is rated 0. On the other hand, NEC Sigmablade-M is most compared with Dell PowerEdge M, whereas Oracle Sun 6000 is most compared with Cisco UCS B-Series and HPE Superdome X.
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Sigmablade-MSun 6000
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Overview

The NEC SIGMABLADE-M is an 8-blade chassis that comprises 6U of rack space and offers a compact size that is ideal for mid-sized systems, easy monitoring of the status of each blade server, and better and easier cabling through the use of KVM switches.

Oracle's Sun Blade 6000 chassis is designed to support a wide range of application environments by integrating Oracle's x86 and SPARC server modules with high capacity networking and storage modules. This extremely eco-efficient and flexible blade enclosure provides a solid foundation for the most demanding workloads. Controlled by a single system management interface, the balanced architecture of the Sun Blade 6000 chassis provides an open, standards-based infrastructure for virtualized business applications, IT infrastructure, middleware, workload consolidation and databases.

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