Cisco UCS C210 M1 server certified for Unified Communications

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Feb 16th, 2010
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Hello:


Our VAR is telling us that HP and Cisco are splitting up.  We're an HP shop today and the MCS 7800-H series routers were a perfect fit.  Our VAR is now telling us we have to go with the rebranded IBM systems.  BUT I would like to avoid the IBM servers.  And the Cisco servers look attractive.  But I've been unable to determine if the Cisco UCS C210 M1 server is certified for various Unified Communications applications (Communications Manager, Unity, Cisco Emergency Responder, ICM, CVP, etc.).


Has anyone heard of any Unified Communications deployments on UCS hardware?


Thanks,


Ken

Correct Answer by kschroed about 7 years 4 months ago

UCS Blade servers are being qualfied for support of UC apps right now. The rack mount server qualification is expected, specifically the C210 later this summar I believe.

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kschroed Tue, 02/16/2010 - 15:10
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UCS Blade servers are being qualfied for support of UC apps right now. The rack mount server qualification is expected, specifically the C210 later this summar I believe.

Ken Douglas Wed, 02/17/2010 - 08:57
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Mr. Schroeder:


Thank you for the information.  Timing is everything.  We'll likely have to order our equipment in May of this year.  I'd love to start getting Cisco UCS hardware in.  Oh well... maybe next year!

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