You don't mention the speed, I'll assume they're below 2.50 GHz since you mention they're restricted.
You're reading the tables wrong, two apps DO support those CPUs, but you're limited to ONLY ONE OVA option, 1000 users for CUCM/CUC. If you need/want to use any of the other OVA options, you need CPUs qualified for full UC perf.
Clock speed of E5-2660v2 and E5-2609 are 2.2Ghz, 2.4Ghz. I made a mistake, they are Restricted UC Perf.CPU(latest), so these servers support CUCM/CUC/UCCX v10.x, like you mentioned, they only support 1000 users for CUCM/CUC, and support 100 agents for UCCX, right?
I suggest you to have your virtualization folks to review the requirements and configure ESXi as necessary.
If you choose the 3rd party HW option, we assume you have more than enough experience in virtualization to properly size the HW according to the the specs from the page (not fully meeting them, turns your deployment into not supported), and know how to install and configure ESXi as required for the Cisco UC apps.
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