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Cisco UCS M-Series Modular Servers

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Cisco UCS M-Series Modular Servers

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Specifications at a Glance

Cisco UCS M-Series Modular Servers, Current features at the domain level

Unit of scale By UCS M4308 Modular Chassis
Chassis size 2 rack units
Max chassis per domain 20 x M4308 Modular Chassis
Max compute nodes per domain 320 nodes (servers) per domain
Processors per node (Server) 1 x Intel® Xeon® E3 v3 processor; 4 core; up to 32 GB memory
2 x Intel® Xeon® E5 v3 processor; up to 10 cores; up to 256 GB memory
Aggregate nodes per domain Up to 320 nodes (servers) per domain
Aggregate cores per domain Up to 1600 processor cores per domain
Aggregate memory 20,480 GB, up to 20 TB
Aggregate internal storage 4 x SSD – Scale from 480 GB SATA to 6.4 TB SAS
Aggregate I/O / domain 1600 Gbps from M4308 Chassis to UCS Fabric Interconnect at launch
Management and connectivity Cisco UCS Manager and UCS 6200 Fabric Interconnects
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