We all know it's really hard to get good pricing and cost information.
Please share what you can so you can help your peers.
I have found that the pricing depends on some variables: How large is the client that is interested in the UCS-B series platform? Have they ever purchased Cisco in the last 3 years? Is there any current compute competitor in the account? Things like that can help determine the approximate discounting you may possibly receive off of the list pricing. One other factor - it varies also in regards to the sales representative you are working with. In all, there are too many variables to give an absolute answer on this one.
@Juan Dominguez thanks for your input. It's good to know that there is flexibility in pricing based on factors like one's past relationship with the company.
The price of this solution is a little bit higher, but given that this system is Cisco, it feels more secure and dependable.