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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jan 05, 2015
UCS Advantage* is a limited time program that allows customers with qualified HP servers and blade chassis to refresh legacy equipment and get credit toward new Cisco UCS M3 Blade Servers and infrastructure.
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datacenter, data management, collaborations, business capabilities
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jan 05, 2015
UCS Advantage* is a limited time program that allows customers with qualified Cisco UCS M1/M2 and HP servers and blade chassis to refresh legacy equipment and get credit toward new Cisco UCS M3 Blade Servers and infrastructure.
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datacenter, data management, collaborations, business capabilities
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Aug 18, 2014
Cisco continues to improve the industry's most innovative and leading data center architecture, and now makes it easy to save when you trade up to the record-setting performance of Cisco UCS M3 Blade Servers with the latest Intel® Xeon® processors. UCS Advantage* is a limited time program that allows customers with qualified HP servers and blade chassis to refresh legacy equipment and get credit toward new Cisco UCS M3 Blade Servers and infrastructure.
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servers, data, innovative, data center, architecture, performance, processors, blade, equipment
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Aug 18, 2014
Cisco continues to improve the industry's most innovative and leading data center architecture, and now makes it easy to save when you trade up to the record-setting performance of Cisco UCS M3 Blade Servers with the latest Intel® Xeon® processors. UCS Advantage* is a limited time program that allows customers with qualified Cisco UCS M1/M2 and HP servers and blade chassis to refresh legacy equipment and get credit toward new Cisco UCS M3 Blade Servers and infrastructure.
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servers, data, innovative, data center, architecture, performance, processors, blade, equipment, data center design and management
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Apr 08, 2014
CIOs and IT professionals know that as their businesses grow, the need for computing also grows.
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cisco, ucs blades, server, unified computing systems
    
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Published By: Cisco     Published Date: Jan 14, 2014
17-page Principled Technologies Report from 7/13. Side by side test migrating blade server ID to a rack server vs HP.
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cisco, ucs vs. hp, blade server id, principled technologies report
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 09, 2014
Two years ago Clabby Analytics wrote a report that evaluated Cisco’s Unified Computing System (UCS) and revealed shortcomings in the UCS design, stating that Cisco blade environments are “good enough” computing environment. Since then Cisco made improvements to their system design, but the blade market didn’t stand still waiting for them to catch up as IBM announced a new system design: the IBM Flex System. Continue on to this new assessment from Clabby Analytics that compares Cisco’s UCS blade server offering to IBM Flex System’s in a soup-to-nuts evaluation. Also find out how these two major players compare to the competitors in the blade marketplace.
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ucs blade server, system manager, cross system, system architecture, virtual machine, cisco, ibm flex system, clabby analytics, integrated systems, pureflex system, platform infrastructure, system security, ibm pureflex, networking, security
    
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Published By: IBM     Published Date: Oct 01, 2013
Two years ago Clabby Analytics wrote a report that evaluated Cisco’s Unified Computing System (UCS) and revealed shortcomings in the UCS design, stating that Cisco blade environments are “good enough” computing environment. Since then Cisco made improvements to their system design, but the blade market didn’t stand still waiting for them to catch up as IBM announced a new system design: the IBM Flex System. Continue on to this new assessment from Clabby Analytics that compares Cisco’s UCS blade server offering to IBM Flex System’s in a soup-to-nuts evaluation. Also find out how these two major players compare to the competitors in the blade marketplace.
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ibm, ibm flex system, computing system, blade, compute nodes, computing, storage, networking, systems management, it systems, enterprise applications
    
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