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