Cisco UCSB-B480-M5 Barebone System Blade - Intel C620 Chipset - 4x Processor Support

MPN: UCSB-B480-M5
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Highlights
  • Number of Processors Supported: 4
  • Memory Standard: DDR4-2666/PC4-21300
  • Number of Total Expansion Bays: 4
  • Product Type: Barebone System
$4,489.06
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MPN: UCSB-B480-M5

$4,489.06

Cisco UCSB-B480-M5 Barebone System Blade - Intel C620 Chipset - 4x Processor Support

Out of Stock
Highlights
  • Number of Processors Supported: 4
  • Memory Standard: DDR4-2666/PC4-21300
  • Number of Total Expansion Bays: 4
  • Product Type: Barebone System
Designed for demanding virtualization and database workloads, the UCS B480 M5 combines a large memory footprint with four-socket scalability, leveraging the Intel® Xeon® Scalable processor family CPUs. The UCS B480 M5 supports 2666-MHz DDR4 memory and utilizes UCS Virtual Interface Card (VIC) technology to achieve up to 160 Gb aggregate I/O bandwidth, all in a dense, full-width blade form factor. The UCS B480 M5 maintains memory performance even as capacity grows can support up to 6 TB of memory without compromise to CPU speed or core count. Up to four UCS B480 M5 Blade Servers can be installed in the UCS 5108 Blade Server Chassis.

The UCS B480 M5 Blade Server is centrally managed using Cisco UCS Manager. Cisco UCSM provides a single management interface for all hardware and software components of a UCS domain. Cisco UCSM manages up to 160 servers, using Single Connect Technology to consolidate network, storage, and management traffic. With Cisco UCS Central, management can be extended globally to thousands of servers in multiple domains.