MCS Servers

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May 17th, 2007

Please pardon me if my question sounds silly, some of the information is pretty new to me. What exactly are the differences between the MCS-I-series (eg MCS-7825-I3) and MCS-H-series (MCS-7825-H3)? One of the seeming differences are that, the I-series supports Cisco Mobile Communicator, while the H-series does not. Are there any other significant differences? Thanks.

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egravel Mon, 11/26/2007 - 06:28

The H stands for HP servers and the I for IBM servers. That is the hardware difference. Now for software, they should all support the same softwares.


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