Cisco is expanding its UCS server portfolio with new server systems powered by AMD EPCY processors. The new systems called Cisco UCS C4200 Series Rack Server Chassis and Cisco UCS C125 M5 Rack Server Node, have been built to help organizations meet demands for high performance and scale-out infrastructure. The C4200 Chassis can hold up to four nodes in 2 rack units (RU). It can provide up to 128% higher processor core density than the two-socket UCS M5 rack servers. “The C4200 chassis takes a modular approach, but optimizes for compute density,” said Cisco. The scale-out applications require more servers and data center space. The new approach by Cisco will allow organizations to get up to 50% more server density as compared to the UCS C220 M5 rack server. Cisco claimed that C4200 can offer 33% more memory bandwidth than the existing UCS M5 rack servers. Further, it will remove the silos related to new fabric and management to enable high-density computing. the C4200 systems will…
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