Compare Oracle Sun 6000 vs. PowerEdge C

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17th
out of 23 in Blade Servers
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9th
out of 23 in Blade Servers
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500
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409
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Overview

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.

PowerEdge C help you to maximize hyperscale performance with up to 4 independent server nodes, flexible storage and shared infrastructure in a compact 2U chassis.

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dcVASTNxtGen Datacenter, Medien-Service Untermain (MSU), Exasol, IndigoVision, Dayco
Oracle Sun 6000 is ranked 17th in Blade Servers while PowerEdge C is ranked 9th in Blade Servers. Oracle Sun 6000 is rated 0.0, while PowerEdge C is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Oracle Sun 6000 is most compared with Cisco UCS B-Series, whereas PowerEdge C is most compared with HPE Apollo and HPE Moonshot.

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