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Does UCS Mini Support 2 Chassis configuration?

Hello, I have found into the Data Sheet that the UCS 6324 supports until 15 servers, 8 into the chassis and 7 direcct attached UCS C series. 

http://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/servers-unified-computing/ucs-6300-series-fabric-interconnects/datasheet-c78-732207.html

the Cisco UCS 6324 Fabric Interconnect embeds the connectivity within the Cisco UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis to provide a smaller domain of up to 15 servers (8 blade servers and up to 7 direct-connect rack servers).

 

But I have heards from a Cisco presentation that the UCS Mini can support till 2 chassis 5108 (one with the FI 6324 and the other one with FEX 2208XP, 2204XP, or 2104XP Fabric Extenders. But I cannot find documentation related.

Could you please confirm this point? There is any documentation?

Thanks a lot and best regards,

Raquel

 

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True ! FCS + 3 months

True ! FCS + 3 months ?

However, I've seen many customers with classical UCS configuration and 2 chassis; Cisco offered and offers very attractive bundles, which makes such a low size entry attractive.

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This must be a

This must be a misunderstanding and would completely screw the term "mini".

Please post a screenshot of this presentation.

http://ucsguru.com/2014/07/22

http://ucsguru.com/2014/07/22/cisco-ucs-has-had-a-baby-mother-and-daughterboard-doing-well/  

 

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I have been told by Cisco

I have been told by Cisco that the ability to expand to one additional chassis via the QSFP ports is on the roadmap for the near future.  Not available yet though.

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True ! FCS + 3 months

True ! FCS + 3 months ?

However, I've seen many customers with classical UCS configuration and 2 chassis; Cisco offered and offers very attractive bundles, which makes such a low size entry attractive.

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