Cisco UCS with Xeon 5600 Break Records

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Mar 19, 2010


According to Cisco's latest press release on CNN Money, the company's Unified Computing System (UCS) combined with the Intel Xeon 5600 achieves record-breaking performance results. The company also said the VMware VMmark benchmark demonstrates that the Unified Computing System B250 M2 Server is capable of delivering the highest performing blade server for virtualization, regardless of the number of processor cores.


The Cisco Unified Computing System combined with the Intel Xeon 5600 achieves record-breaking performance results.

"Cisco announced that the Cisco Unified Computing System has achieved outstanding performance results in industry standard benchmarks for virtualized environments as well as other key data center applications. Of the top results Cisco achieved, the VMware VMmark benchmark has special significance for customers by demonstrating that the Unified Computing System B250 M2 Server is capable of delivering the highest performing blade server for virtualization, regardless of the number of processor cores.

"These record-breaking performance results were attained with the Cisco Unified Computing System, an evolutionary new data center architecture that bridges the silos in the data center by uniting compute, network, storage access, and virtualization resources in a single, energy-efficient system. This reduces IT infrastructure costs and complexity and helps extend capital assets and improve business agility. Based on industry standards, the Unified Computing System is a key part of Cisco's data center portfolio and Data Center 3.0 strategy."

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