CISCO Server Dealers and Solution Providers
Cisco Unified Computing servers simplify data center architecture, reduce the number of devices to purchase, deploy, maintain and improve speed and agility.
- 1. Modular Servers
Cisco UCS architecture and management design, addresses the needs of massively parallelized applications and workloads.
- a. Cisco UCS M-Series Modular Servers
- This new addition to the UCS portfolio is targeted for a specific set of workloads.
- Highly dense, modular, and power efficient platform for parallelized workloads like cloud, HPC, and online gaming.
- Brings UCS Manager policy-based provisioning, automation, and management to high-density, high-performance computing.
- 2. Cisco UCS Invicta
Harness the power of flash technology to accelerate business operations with faster applications.
- a. Cisco UCS Invicta
- Add routers and nodes to scale performance and capacity as needed.
- Protect investment with a flexible modular array.
- Retain high application performance with multitenant architecture.
- Reduce licensing, maintenance, and energy costs while saving floor space.
- Get faster return on investment with fast deployment.
- 3. Blade Servers
Improve server performance with a flexible, scalable architecture that lowers total cost of ownership.
- a. Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Servers
- Increase server performance, flexibility, and scale for virtualized and non-virtualized applications.
- Deploy server applications faster and manage connectivity as needed.
- Get server memory and I/O capacity to meet every need.
- Reduce the number of adapters, cables, and access-layer switches needed for server LAN and SAN connectivity.
- b. Cisco UCS Mini
- Bring the power of Cisco UCS to small business and remote and branch offices.
- Accommodates up to eight Cisco B200 M3 Blade Servers.
- Provides connectivity for up to seven Cisco C220 M3 and C240 M3 Rack Servers.
- Accelerates deployment with Cisco Unified Fabric technology for any size business.
- Simplifies setup and management, and can expand as your needs grow.
- c. Cisco UCS 5100 Series Blade Server Chassis
- Accommodate up to eight half-width or four full-width Cisco UCS B-Series Blade Servers.
- Accelerate server deployment with Cisco Unified Fabric and Fabric Extender technology.
- Improve server density with smaller units of scale with a reduced footprint.
- Reduce physical components and improve data center efficiency.
- 4. Rack Servers
Address fluctuating workload challenges through a balance of processing, memory, I/O, and internal storage capacity with a wide range of Cisco UCS rack servers.
- a. Cisco UCS C3160 Rack Server
- Designed from the ground up to offer flexibility in configuration and easy scalability.
- Optimized for large datasets used in environments such as cloud, object storage, and content delivery.
- Ideal for deployment in large, distributed storage architectures, software-defined storage, and private and hybrid clouds.
- Accommodates up to 60 high-capacity drives with dual CPUs in a 4RU form factor.
- Improves total cost of ownership, offering easy upgrading of individual components.
- b. Cisco UCS C-Series Rack Servers
- Improve total cost of ownership (TCO) and increase business agility.
- Balance simplicity, performance, and server density for production-level virtualization, web infrastructure, and data center workloads.
- Extend the benefits of Cisco Unified Computing and VIC technologies to rack server environments.
- 5. Blade Servers for ISR Routers: UCS E-Series
Simplify branch office solutions with a converged compute, network, and virtualization-ready platform for mission-critical server applications.
- a. UCS E-Series Servers
- Single- and double-width server form factors housed inside the Cisco ISR G2 chassis.
- Compact data-center-class servers with Intel® Xeon® E3 and E5-2400 series processors.
- Dedicated blade server management with Integrated Management Controller; consistent management with standalone UCS C-Series.
- Server virtualization-ready hardware with support for Microsoft Hyper-V, VMware vSphere, Citrix Xen Server.
Ability to host server applications locally, either bare-metal or virtualized, depending on business needs.