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Cisco UCS C-Series
Rack-Mount Servers
Unify, Simplify, Amplify
Business & Technical Overview
The Compute Platform for Virtualized Data Centers
Samir Mekić, SE
[email protected]
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The Data Center Is at a Market Transition
Transformation
Challenges
 Technology advances
 Scalability
 Energy efficiency
 Management
integration
 Economic efficiency
 Application migration
 Dynamic business
environment
Virtualization
Compute
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 Coherent policies
and security
Network
and Storage
Access
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Data Center Virtualization Today
Virtualization has been promised as the answer. However, virtualization solutions to date may only address part of the
problem, but has done so by increasing operational expenses, infrastructure complexity, and risk.
Virtualization
Platform
High
Complexity
High
Touch
Compute
Platform
Costs
UCS C-Series V1.0
Network
Platform
Site Cost
Platform Cost
Organization Cost
 HVAC
 Power
Office space
 Storage
 Network
 Software
 Server
 Complexity
 VM Administrator
 Coordination
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Costs
Costs
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Unleashing the Data Center’s Full Potential
Solution
Benefits
 Cohesive system that
unites compute,
network, storage
access and
virtualization
 Reduced TCO
 Management
simplification
 Increased business
agility
 Improved energy
efficiency
Virtualization
Compute
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Network
and Storage
Access
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Data Center 3.0 Evolution Path
Virtualization has created a market transition. “Servers” are becoming fluid objects in the network. The data center must evolve to
continue to scale. Cisco is offering a fresh alternative to traditional ad-hoc add-on approaches for virtualized data centers.
Unified Computing
Location
Freedom
Consolidation
HW
Freedom
Virtualization
Provisioning
Freedom
Automation
Utility
Market
Inter-Cloud
Private Clouds
Unified Computing
Unified Fabric
Data Center Networking
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Unified Computing Role in Data Center 3.0
Fully integrated system that brings together the network fabric, compute resources, and virtualization software to simplify
setup, improve business metrics, and enable just-in-time provisioning for business transactions
Process Automation
.
Service Management
Performance Management
Provisioning Management
Process Automation
Virtualization
OS
Applications
Infrastructure
Virtualization
Platform
Compute
Hardware
Resource Scaling
with Cisco Extended Memory
Technology
Device Management
Virtualization control
and transparency with
VN Link
Dynamic
Provisioning
Performance
Management
Automated
Provisioning
Compute
Network
PlatformI/O (Network) Platform
Storage Network
SAN
Server Access Network
Unified
Fabric
MDS
9000
Wire Once
Infrastructure with
Unified Fabric
Storage
Business Service
Management
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N7000
VV
VVVVVV
N5000 N1000
Servers
Network Services
Application
Delivery
Security
ASA
WAAS
E-mail
Security
C49xx C6500 N5000 N7000
CBS
3100
ACE
VPN
N7000
DC LAN
GbE/10GbE
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Cisco Unified Computing System
The Cisco Unified Computing System is designed to dramatically reduce datacenter total cost of ownership while
simultaneously increasing IT agility and responsiveness.
Automated Provisioning
Unified Fabric
Fabric Extender
Virtualized Adapter
 Embedded single point of management and
provisioning
 Visibility and control across datacenter organizations
 Infrastructure policy management and compliance
Virtualization Optimization
 Fine-grained control, portability, and visibility
of network, compute, and storage attributes
 More than double the memory capacity of competing
systems
Industry Standard Servers
Scale Out
Extended Memory
 Intel Xeon processor 5600 series
 150% generational performance increase
 Intelligent platform for performance and energy
efficiency
Unified Fabric
 Wire once, low latency FC and Ethernet
 Virtualization aware
 Less than half the normal amount of adapters,
switches, cables
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Cisco Unified Computing System
The Cisco Unified Computing System is designed to dramatically reduce datacenter total cost of ownership while
simultaneously increasing IT agility and responsiveness.
Reduces total cost of ownership

CAPEX: Up to 20% reduction
 OPEX: Up to 30% reduction
 Cooling and power efficient
Increases business agility

Provision applications in minutes instead of days
 Automation reduces service outages
 Just-in-time resource provisioning
Investment protection

Industry standards-based
 Co-exist with existing data center infrastructure
 Leverage existing management applications via API
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Total Cost of Ownership
1000 Server Use Case: Legacy Rack-mount to Unified Computing
$7,356,235
$8,000,000
$7,000,000
$5,658,991
$6,000,000
$4,082,751
$5,000,000
$3,273,484
$4,000,000
$1,697,244
$3,000,000
$2,000,000
$1,000,000
$0
End of Row
FCoE
Investment
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Unified Computing
Savings
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Cisco UCS Increasing Momentum
Since its initial launch in the spring of 2009, Cisco UCS has been validated with industry awards, market momentum , and
initial customer deployments delivering lower total cost and increased agility.
Customer Traction
“Nothing else came close in terms of management simplicity, energy efficiency,
application availability and cost reduction, all of which have made it possible for
us to hit our initial ROI targets and deploy an architecture that can scale with us
over the coming years.” – Tutor Perini
Market Traction
• Goldman Sachs survey of 100 Fortune 1000 IT executives
 Nearly two-thirds of respondents expect increased presence for
Cisco servers in their data centers in the next two to three years.
 18% are planning to evaluate Cisco’s UCS in the next 12 months
Industry Acclaim
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UCS Innovations Decrease TCO
Industry Standard innovations that help UCS B-Series Blade servers reduce TCO apply to UCS C-Series Rack-Mount
Servers with additional benefits of a familiar rack form factor and built in migration path to Unified Computing.
Embedded –
Unified
Management
Extended Memory
Technology
B-Series Blade Servers
Additional CAPEX and
OPEX Savings from High
Density Blade Form Factor
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Dynamic
Provisioning Service Profiles
Unified Fabric
VN Link – Virtual
Interface Card
C-Series Rack-Mount Servers
Additional CAPEX and OPEX
Savings from versatility and
investment protection
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UCS Innovations Summary
Industry Standard innovations that help UCS B-Series Blade servers reduce TCO apply to UCS C-Series Rack-Mount
Servers with additional benefits of a familiar rack form factor and built in migration path to Unified Computing.
Unified Fabric –
Fabric Extenders
• Simplify I/O Infrastructure and Management
• Reduce Support Infrastructure up to 50% – Nics,
HBA’s, Chassis Interconnects, Cabling
Embedded –
Unified
Management
• Single, Highly Available, Point of Management
• Reduce management tools, consoles, modules
with full interoperability via XML API
Extended Memory
Technology
• More Economical footprint for memory intensive
workloads and higher consolidation ratios.
• Large Dataset workloads on two socket servers.
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VN Link – Virtual
Interface Card
• I/O consolidation and increased cpu performance
• Network policy control and transparancy to the VM
level.
Dynamic
Provisioning Service Profiles
• Faster provisioning - reduced spares
• Enables consistent infrastructure policies w/RBAC
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Introducing C-Series Rack-Mount Servers
By combining UCS C-Series and UCS B-Series, (blade form factor), Cisco’s Unified Computing System now addresses the
vast majority of customers’ data center compute requirements..
Helps reduce total cost of
ownership (TCO) and increase
business agility.
Extends Unified Computing
innovations and benefits to
rack-mount servers
The first rack-mount servers
offering a built-in migration path
to unified computing
Increased customer choice
with unique benefits in a
familiar rack-mount form factor
UCS C250 M2
Extended Memory Rack-Mount Server
Pricing starts $10,339
UCS C210 M2
General-Purpose Rack-Mount Server
Pricing starts $3,039
UCS C200 M2
High-Density Rack-Mount Server
Pricing starts $2,589
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C-Series Product Details
Together, UCS C-Series and UCS B-Series, (blade form factor), Cisco’s Unified Computing System now addresses the
vast majority of data center compute requirements.
UCS C200 M2
High-Density RackMount Server
UCS C210 M2
General-Purpose RackMount Server
UCS C250 M2
Extended Memory
Rack-Mount Server
High-density server with
balanced compute
performance and I/O flexibility
General-purpose server for
workloads requiring
economical, high-capacity,
internal storage
High-performance, memoryintensive server for virtualized
and large-data-set workloads
Size
Memory
Disks
UCS C250 M2
Intel Xeon
5600
2RU
48 DIMM
384 GB
UCS C210 M2
Intel Xeon
5600
2RU
12 DIMM
96 GB
UCS C200 M2
Intel Xeon
5600
1RU
12 DIMM
96GB
8 SFF
SAS/SATA
Drives
16 SFF
SAS/SATA
Drives
4 x 3.5”
SAS/SATA
Drives
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Item
CPU
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I/O
5 PCIe
5 PCIe
2 PCIe
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C-Series Workloads
Together, UCS C-Series and UCS B-Series, (blade form factor), Cisco’s Unified Computing System now addresses the
vast majority of data center compute requirements.
UCS C200 M2
High-Density RackMount Server
High-density server with
balanced compute
performance and I/O flexibility
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UCS C210 M2
General-Purpose RackMount Server
General-purpose server for
workloads requiring
economical, high-capacity,
internal storage
UCS C250 M2
Extended Memory
Rack-Mount Server
High-performance, memoryintensive server for virtualized
and large-data-set workloads
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UCS C250 M2 Specifications
8 SFF disk drives

SAS and SATA-II
 Hot Plug from front of Chassis
Front Panel Access/Diagnostics

 Power button & LED
 UID button and LED
 Status indicators for: System Activity, Health, Fault LEDs for
Processors, Memory & Power Supplies
 Dongle connector common to California Blades
 DB15 Video, two host USB ports, One DB9 CoM2 port
SAS/SATA-II RAID Controller
 LSI MegaRAID PCIe card
 Support for RAID 0,1,5,6, 50, 60
 512 MB write cache with on-board
battery

SAS/SATA-II RAID 0/1 Controller
 Low cost configs
DVD-RW drive
 Max of four SATA drives
2RU
Increased Serviceability with Front
Accessible Hot-Plug Fan Modules
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Powered by:

Dual Socket Westmere processors with Tylersberg
IOH and ICH10R Southbridge
 Processor TDP max of 95W

48 DDR3 DIMM sockets
 Maximum of 8GBytes/DIMM
 Max memory capacity of 384 GB
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UCS C250 M2 Specifications (continued)
Dual redundant, hot plug power
supplies
 750W
 Hot Plug from rear of chassis
 Power Supply Efficiency: Energy
Star 80+ Gold
Five half length PCIe form factor add-in cards
 PCIe Gen 2
 2 x16-lane, 3 x8-lane
Support for Broadcom Quad 10/100/1000BaseT
& BroadcoM20GbE NICs, Qlogic and Emulex FC
and FCoE HBAs
Inside the Chassis:
Rear panel interfaces:
In Chassis USB Key slot
Light guided diagnostics
An LED at each FRU: CPUs, DIMMs, Drives,
Power supplies, Fans.
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 DB15 Video port
Two USB 2.0 ports from host
 RJ45 serial port
 Four 10/100/1000BaseT LOM interfaces based on Broadcom
BCM5709
 Two 10/100BaseT Out-of-Band management interfaces
 Replication front panel indicators on rear pane
 UID button and LED, Status indicators for System
Activity, Health, Fault LEDs for Processors and Memory
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UCS C210 M2 and C200 M2 Commonality
 Both 1U and 2U Rack Mount Chassis share:




Common Motherboard
Common power supplies
Common Processors
Memory
 PCIe I/O cards
 HDD options (2.5” HDD version of C200 M2)
UCS C200 M2
High-Density Rack-Mount Server
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UCS C210 M2
General-Purpose Rack-Mount Server
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UCS C210 M2 Specifications
Front Panel






Power button & LED
UID button and LED
Status indicators for:
Health, NIC Linkup/Activity, System Activity
Dongle connector common to UCS Blades
DB15 Video, two host USB ports, One
DVD-ROM
DB9CoM2 port
16 - 2.5” Drives
 SAS-2 & SATA-2
 Drives to be qualified TBD
Three HDD Controller options
1. Lowest cost
• Integrated ICH based SATA Controller
• Four drive maximum
 Hot Plug from front of Chassis
2.
• LSI 1064 based mezzanine card
• RAID 0 & 1
•
4 drive maximum
Powered by:
• Dual Socket Nehalem-EP processors with Tylersberg
36D IOH and ICH10R Southbridge
Processor TDP max of 95W
12 DDR 3 DIMM sockets
 Max of 8GB/DIMM
 Max Memory of 96GB
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Low cost SAS and SATA
3.
High performance SAS and SATA Controller
•
LSI 6G MegaRAID PCIe add-on card
• 512 MB write cache with battery backup
• RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, 60
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UCS C210 M2 Specifications (Continued)
Inside the Chassis:
• In Chassis USB Key slot
• Light guided diagnostics
• An LED at each FRU: CPUs, DIMMs, Drives, Fans
Dual redundant, hot plug power supplies
• Power Supply: 650W
• Load balance when both are running
• Hot Plug from rear of chassis
• Power Supply Efficiency: Energy Star 80+
Gold
• 88% eff. @ 20% load, 92% eff. @ 50% load
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Add-on Options 2U Chassis
• Five Std. High PCIe Slots
• x8 PCIe Gen 2 interface, x16 Connectors
• 2 Full Length Slots
• 3 Half Length Slots
Rear Panel Interfaces:
• DB15 Video port
• Two USB 2.0 ports from host
• DB9 serial port
• Two 10/100/1000BaseT LOM
interfaces based on Intel
Kewala NIC
• One 10/100BaseT Out-of-Band
management interface
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UCS C200 M2 Specifications
Front Panel
 Power button & LED
 UID button and LED
 Status indicators for:
Health, NIC Linkup/Activity,
System Activity
 Two host USB ports
 DB15 Video
DVD-ROM
1 RU
Four - 3.5” Drives
 SAS-2 & SATA-2
 Drives to be qualified TBD
Three HDD Controller options
1. Lowest cost
 Hot Plug from front of Chassis
Powered by:
• Dual Socket Nehalem-EP processors with Tylersberg
36D IOH and ICH10R Southbridge
Processor TDP max of 95W
12 DDR 3 DIMM sockets
 Max of 8GB/DIMM
 Max Memory of 96GB
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•
Integrated ICH based SATA Controller
Four drive maximum
•
•
•
LSI 1064 based mezzanine card
RAID 0 & 1
4 drive maximum
2.
Low cost SAS and SATA
3.
High performance SAS and SATA Controller
• LSI 1078
based PCIe add-on card
• 256MB write cache with battery backup
• RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50
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UCS C200 M2 Specifications (Continued)
Dual redundant, hot plug power supplies
•
•
•
•
Power Supply: 650W
Load balance when both are running
Two half-length PCIe form factor add-in cards
Hot Plug from rear of chassis
 One Std high, Half Length Slot
Power Supply Efficiency: Energy Star 80+
 x8 PCIe Gen 2 interface, x16 connector
 One Low-Profile Half Length PCIe Slot
Gold
 x8 PCIe Gen 2 interface, x8 connector
• 88% eff. @ 20% load, 92% eff. @ 50% load
Inside the Chassis:
• In Chassis USB Key slot
• Intended for Hypervisor boot
• Light guided diagnostics
• An LED at each FRU: CPUs, DIMMs, Drives,
Fans
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Rear Panel Interfaces:
DB15 Video port
• Two USB 2.0 ports from host
• DB9 serial port
• Two 10/100/1000BaseT LOM interfaces
based on Intel Kewala NIC
• One 10/100BaseT Out-of-Band
management interface
•
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Potential Savings – Extended Memory
Cisco’s Patented Extended Memory technology delivers a more cost effective memory footprint for mainstream workloads
as well as additional caqpacity or scalability for up to 384GB for maximum memoy and large data set workloads.
• Industry Standard DDR3
• 70%-80% Lower mainstream
memory costs
• Unmatched High End Capacity
384 GB
$60,720
Not available
$10,992
192 GB
144 GB
96 GB
48 GB
UCS C-Series V1.0
Not available
$8,240
$30,510
Cisco
Competitors
$5,760
$20,310
$2,808
$2,760
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•DDR3 10600 memory pricing as of 9/29/09 – Cisco Prices = Cisco MSRP
•See Notes for Supported Memory Options at Launch
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C460 M1 – High-Performance Server
 4HU – 4 Socket server
 Up to 4x Intel Xeon7500
Max 32 cores
 Up to 512GB of RAM
64 DDR3,1.35V slots
 12xSFF SAS/SATA HDDs
 On board network adapters:
2x 1GE
2x 10GE
 10x PCIe slots
4x full-length, 6x3/4-length
4x G2 x8 hot-plug
 11th slot reserved for SAS
drive controller
 Front and back KVM
2x out-of-band management ports  Optical drive
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C-Series Virtual Interface Card
 Converged Network Adapter designed for
both single-OS and VM-based
deployments
Virtualize (VNLink) in hardware
PCIe compliant
 High Performance
2x 10Gb
Low latency
High bandwidth support
 Flexible Configuration and Unified
Management
Supports up to 128 vNICs
Fibre Channel or Ethernet
Managed via UCS Manager
 VMDirectPath with V-Motion: bypass
vSwitch and Hypervisor for maximum
performance
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Additional Supported Adapters
Dedicated Ethernet and Fibre Channel Adapters
• Broadcom NetExtreme II 57711 Dual Port 10GbE with TOE and iSCSI HBA
• Broadcom NetExtreme II 5709 Quad Port 10/100/1GbE with TOE and iSCSI
HBA
• Emulex LightPulse LPe 11002, 4Gb Fibre Channel PCIe Dual Channel HBA
• Qlogic SanBlade QLE2462, 4Gb Dual Port Fibre Channel HBA
Converged Network Adapters
• QLogic QLE8152 Dual Port 10GbE PCIe Converged Network Adapter
• Emulex OneConnect Universal Converged Network Adapter
RAID Controller Options
• LSI MegaRAID SAS 8708EM2
• LSI SAS30813E-R SAS/SATA RAID 0/1 PCIe Card (UCS C250 M2)
• LSI 1064 (4-port SAS 3.0G RAID 0, 1, 1E) Mezz card (UCS C210-200 M2)
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Options to Deploy Innovation
Cisco C-Series servers provide a flexible, comprehensive, standards-based set of management options that enable data
centers to take advantage of the servers' innovative features in heterogeneous data centers today.
Integrated
Existing mgmt tools plus
UCS Manager API
Integrated mgmt tools
Heterogeneous
Existing mgmt tools
IPMI, CLI, Web
GUI, KVM
Tivoli
Openview
Available at Launch
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C-Series & Existing Management Tools
Cisco C-Series servers provide a flexible, comprehensive, standards-based set of management options that enable data
centers to take advantage of the servers' innovative features in heterogeneous data centers today.
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C-Series - UCS Manager Integration
Cisco C-Series servers provide a flexible, comprehensive, standards-based set of management options that enable data
centers to take advantage of the servers' innovative features in heterogeneous data centers today.
Manages the system as a
single, highly available entity –
Helps lower cost, and speed
provisioning while maintaining
consistent infrastructure
policies
 Unified Management
 Service Profiles
 Role Based Access Control
Two Connectivity Options –
Enabled in 2010
 Directly to Fabric
Interconnects
 Indirectly through Fabric
Extenders for Maximum
Scale
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Operating System Support
A wide and growing range of OS and Virtualization options
Vendor
Version
Microsoft
Microsoft
VMware
Microsoft
VMware
Red Hat
VMware
Novell
Red Hat
Novell
Windows Server 2003 R2 – 64bit
Windows Server 2003 R2 – 32bit
ESX 3.5 U4
Windows Server 2008 w/ Hyper-V - Standard and Enterprise Edition - 64 bit
vSphere 4
RHEL 5.3– 64 bit
vSphere 4i
SLES 11 - 64 bit
RHat 4.8 - 64 bit
SLES 10 SP3 64 bit
Vendor
OS Version
Microsoft
Microsoft
VMware
Microsoft
VMware
Red Hat
VMware
Novell
Red Hat
Novell
Windows Server 2003 R2 – 64bit
Windows Server 2003 R2 – 32bit
ESX 3.5 U4
Windows Server 2008 w/ Hyper-V - Standard and Enterprise Edition - 64 bit
vSphere 4
RHEL 5.3– 64 bit
vSphere 4i
SLES 11 - 64 bit
RHat 4.8 - 64 bit
SLES 10 SP3 64 bit
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Innovation in Partnerships
Based on industry standards supported by a partner ecosystem of industry leaders.
Business Consulting,
Systems Integration
Partners
Channel
Partners
Technology
Partners
Open, Innovative Partner Ecosystem
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In Summary
 The addition of C-Series to the industry’s first Unified
Computing Solution helps reduce total cost of ownership (TCO)
and increase business agility.
Extends Unified Computing innovations and benefits to rack-mount servers
The first rack-mount servers offering a built-in migration path to unified
computing
Increased customer choice with unique benefits in a familiar rack-mount
package
 Together we can accelerate Data
Center Virtualization efforts and
Virtualization
Platform
Unify Data and Process
Simplify Data Center Complexity
Resource
Scaling
Amplify Business Outcomes
 Next Steps
Technology Review
Hypervisor
Optimization
Dynamic
Provisioning
Compute
Platform
Unified
Fabric
Network
Platform
Use Case/Architecture Workshop
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