Chris Deren Thu, 10/16/2008 - 15:50
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It's up to the customer, I myslef find the HP easier to work with and more reliable, it's my personal preference.


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abbas.ali Thu, 10/16/2008 - 16:06
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For Cisco Emergeny Responder, according to capacity tool it recommends 7825-H3-IPC1 MCS server, but customer is willing to invest into a more heavy load MCS Server 7845-H2-IPC2 or 7845-H1-IPC1 which is fine by me, but I was surprised to see that either MCS7825-H3-IPC1 or MCS7845-H1-IPC1 has a better CPU speed than 7845-H2-IPC2.


7825H3-IPC1 has 3.06 GHZ

7845H2-IPC2 has 2.33 GHZ

7845H1-IPC1 has 3.44 GHZ


Does it really matter when it comes to call 911 and the CPU speed will determine how fast the call gets through.


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Does it really matter when someone has to dial 911 and how fast the call goes through


Chris Deren Thu, 10/16/2008 - 16:12
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The difference between 7845 is that it has 2 CPUs. You will not see performance difference between 7845 and 7825 on CER server, the good thing about 7845/35 is redundat power supplies.


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