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Cisco Unity Connection 9.x Supported Platforms List

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Platform Overlays for Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

Specifications for Virtual Platform Overlays for Currently Shipping Unity Connection 9.x Servers

Specifications for Physical Platform Overlays for Currently Shipping Unity Connection 9.x Servers

Additional Information Related to Platform-Overlay Specifications

Cisco Unity Connection Cluster

IMAP Idle Clients

Configuring vCPU, vRAM, and vDisk for Cisco Unity Connection Virtual Machines

Additional Platform Information

Replacing a Unity Connection Server as You Upgrade to Unity Connection 9.x

Memory and Hard Disk Requirements for Unity Connection9.x

Platforms Qualified for Use with Cisco Unity Connection

Platforms Supported for Use with Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

Number of Voice Ports Supported with Unity Connection Platforms

Specifications for Currently Shipping Platforms Supported for Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

Currently Shipping Blade Servers for Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2)

Cisco SRE-900 and SRE-910

Cisco UCS E140S

Cisco UCS E140D, E140DP, E160D, and E160DP

Currently Shipping Platforms for Virtual Configurations

Cisco UCS-B200M2

Cisco UCS-C210M2

Cisco UCS-C200M2

Cisco UCS-B230M2/Cisco UCS-B230M2-VCDL1

Cisco UCS-B440M2/Cisco UCS-B440M2-VCDL1

Currently Shipping Platform Overlay 1 Servers

Cisco MCS 7825-I5 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Currently Shipping Platform Overlay 2 Servers

Cisco MCS 7835-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Currently Shipping Platform Overlay 3 Servers

Cisco MCS 7845-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Specifications for Previously Shipped Platforms Supported for Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

Previously Shipped Platforms for Virtual Configurations

Cisco UCS-B200M1-VCS1/N20-B6620-1

Cisco UCS-C210M1-VCD1/R210-2121605

Cisco UCS-C210M1-VCD2/R210-2121605

Cisco R210-2121605 (Fiber-Channel SAN Compatible)

Previously Shipped Platform Overlay 1 Servers

Cisco MCS 7825-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Cisco MCS 7825-I4 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Cisco MCS 7825-H3 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

Cisco MCS 7825-H4 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

Previously Shipped Platform Overlay 2 Servers

Cisco MCS 7835-I2 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Cisco MCS 7835-H2 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

Previously Shipped Platform Overlay 3 Servers

Cisco MCS 7845-I2 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Cisco MCS 7845-H2 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

Hardware Supported by Cisco Unity Connection SRSV 9.1(1)

Specifications for Virtual Platform Hardware Supported by Cisco Unity Connection SRSV 9.1(1)

Cisco Unity Connection 9.x Supported Platforms List

This document provides information about the platforms supported for Unity Connection 9.x, including those shipped by Cisco and those provided by customers.

The Unity Connection installation application prevents installation on servers that do not meet the exact specifications or models listed in this document.

Platform Overlays for Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

Platforms supported for use with Unity Connection 9.x are divided into two categories:

For additional specifications and support limits on each platform, see the applicable section:


NoteUnity Connection 9.x is not preinstalled on any platform.


Cisco ships Cisco Unified Communications Manager Business Edition (CMBE) platforms with the operating system, Unity Connection, and Cisco Unified Communications Manager. For specifications and support limits for the Cisco Unified CMBE platforms, see the applicable data sheet at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html .


NoteAlthough previously shipped HP platforms are still supported for use with Unity Connection, no HP platforms are available for purchase from Cisco. For more information about HP server configurations, see the “HP Server Solutions” page athttp://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/voicesw/ps6790/ps5748/ps378/product_solution_overview09186a0080107d79.html.


Specifications for Virtual Platform Overlays for Currently Shipping Unity Connection 9.x Servers

Revised August 21, 2014

This section describes specifications and limits for Unity Connection 9.x installed on a virtual machine.

For information on system requirements for a virtual environment, see the “Requirements for Installing Cisco Unity Connection on a Virtual Machine” section in the System Requirements for Cisco Unity Connection Release 9.x at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/9x/requirements/9xcucsysreqs.html.

 

Table 1 Specifications for Virtual Platform Overlays for Currently Shipping Unity Connection 9.x Servers

Virtual Platform Overlay for up to 100 Users
Virtual Platform Overlay for up to 1,000 Users
Virtual Platform Overlay for up to 5,000 Users
Virtual Platform Overlay for up to 10,000 Users
Virtual Platform Overlay for up to 20,000 Users
Platform / part number

See the Currently Shipping Blade Servers for Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2)

See the Currently Shipping Platforms for Virtual Configurations

See the Currently Shipping Platforms for Virtual Configurations

See the Currently Shipping Platforms for Virtual Configurations

See the Currently Shipping Platforms for Virtual Configurations

Minimum Unity Connection Version

9.0(1), 9.1(1)

9.0(1), 9.1(1)

9.0(1), 9.1(1)

9.0(1), 9.1(1)

9.0(1), 9.1(1)

vCPU (Number of Virtual Processors) 1 Cores and Speed per Core 2

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: 1@a minimum of 2.0 GHz

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: 1@a minimum of 2.13 GHz (2.13 GHz reserved)

Connection 9.0(1) and later

only:2@a minimum of 2.53 GHz each (5.06 GHz reserved)

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: For Xeon 5600 and 7500 processors- 4@a minimum of 2.53 GHz each(10.12 GHz reserved)

or

For Xeon E7 processors- 4@a minimum of 2.4 GHz each(4.8 GHz reserved)

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: For Xeon 5600 and 7500 processors -7@a minimum of 2.53 GHz each (17.71 GHz reserved)

or

For Xeon E7 processors -7@a minimum of 2.4 GHz each (9.6 GHz reserved)

vRAM (Amount of Virtual RAM)

4 GB

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: 4 GB(4 GB reserved)

Connection 9.0(1) and later

only:6 GB(6 GB reserved)

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: 6 GB(6 GB reserved)

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: 8 GB(8 GB reserved)

vDisk (Size of Virtual Hard Disks)

1 x 160GB

1 x 160GB, file system aligned at 64KB blocks

1 x 200 GB, file

system aligned at

64KB blocks

Three .ova files available for up to 10,000 users:

  • 2 x 146 GB
  • 2 x 300 GB
  • 2 x 500 GB

File system aligned at 64KB blocks

Two .ova files available for up to 20,000 users:

  • 2 x 300 GB
  • 2 x 500 GB

File system aligned at 64KB blocks

Total number of available ports per virtual machine: Voice + TTS + Voice recognition

83

24

100

150

250

Total number of available ports for each virtual machine in a cluster

16

48

200

300

500

Total number of users with mailboxes

1004

1,000

5,000

10,000

20,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

100

1,000

5,000

10,000

20,000

Total number of active clients: Cisco Unified Personal Communicator + Third-party IMAP + Cisco Unity conferencing + Cisco Unified Mobile Advantage + RSS + Phone View users (assumes all IMAP Idle clients; see the “IMAP Idle Clients” section)

0

1,000

5,000

10,000

20,000

Total number of LDAP Corporate Directory Users

100

1,000

5,000

10,000

20,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

75,000

72,944

137,298

Depends on the .ova file:

  • 2 x 146 GB: 252,831
  • 2 x 300 GB: 514,287
  • 2 x 500 GB: 919,992

Depends on the .ova file:

  • 2 x 300 GB: 514,287
  • 2 x 500 GB: 919,992
Total number of Connection SRSV branches supported

0

5

10

10

10

1.At least one processor core must be available for the VMware hypervisor.

3.For SRE-910 and UCS E blade, though you are allowed to create more than 8 ports on Cisco Unity Connection Administration, it is recommended to create a maximum of 8 ports to avoid performance issues.

4.The SRE-910 and UCS E blade support 100 users with voicemail only.

Specifications for Physical Platform Overlays for Currently Shipping Unity Connection 9.x Servers

This section describes specifications and limits for the physical server that is currently shipping in each platform overlay. See also the “Memory and Hard Disk Requirements for Unity Connection 9.x” section.

 

Table 2 Specifications for Physical Platform Overlays for Currently Shipping Unity Connection 9.x Servers

Platform Overlay 1
Platform Overlay 2
Platform Overlay 3
Platform / part number
  • MCS7825-I5-IPC1-
    .Note:This is a bare metal server and no software is installed.

MCS7825I3-IPC1-
Note:This is a bare metal server and no software is installed.

Note that Unity Connection 8.6 and later are not shipped on preloaded hardware from Cisco.

Server can be ordered from IBM. For more information :-

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/voicesw/ps6790/ps5748/ps378/product_solution_overview0900aecd80091615.html

IBM model number

IBM x3250-M3

IBM x3650-M2 single processor

IBM x3650-M2 dual processor

HP model number

HP DL320-G5p single processor; HP part number: AT982A (Server not available from Cisco.)

HP DL380-G6 single processor; HP part number: AX692A (Server not available from Cisco.)

HP DL380-G6 dual processors; HP part number: AX693A (Server not available from Cisco.)

Number of processors

1

1

2

RAM

4 GB

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: 6 GB

8 GB

Hard disks

Two 250-GB Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) 3.5-in. cold-swap drives; Redundant Array of Independent Disks 1 (RAID 1)

Two 300-GB single-attachment-
station (SAS) 2.5-in. hot-swap hard disks; RAID 1

Four 300-GB SAS 2.5-in. hot-swap hard disks; 2 RAID 1s

Total number of available ports per server: voice + TTS + voice recognition)

48

150

250

Total number of available ports for each server in a cluster

96

300

500

Total number of users with mailboxes

2,000

4,000

20,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

2,000

4,000

20,000

Total number of active clients: Cisco Unified Personal Communicator + third-party IMAP + Cisco Unity conferencing + Cisco Unified Mobile Advantage + RSS + Phone View users (assumes all IMAP Idle clients; see IMAP Idle Clients)

2,000

4,000

20,000

Total number of LDAP Corporate Directory Users

2,000

4,000

20,000

Total number of Connection SRSV branches supported

5

10

10

Additional Information Related to Platform-Overlay Specifications

Cisco Unity Connection Cluster

The Unity Connection cluster feature provides high-availability voice messaging with two Unity Connection servers that are configured in a cluster. In this configuration, also known as active-active high availability, a single node consists of two servers, and the number of ports depends on the server model (see Table 2). The total number of node ports is additive (meaning a single node can support up to 500 ports in the case of platform overlay 3), but the total number of users supported is applicable only to the primary server. The primary and secondary servers in a cluster must match in CPU and amount of memory, or the configuration is not supported.

If the hard disk space does not match on the two servers that you are using for a cluster, the smaller amount of disk space determines the storage capacity for each server in the cluster. This also applies if you are using one physical server and one virtual machine for the cluster.

See also the “Requirements for a Cisco Unity Connection 9.x Cluster” section in System Requirements for Cisco Unity Connection Release 9.x at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/9x/requirements/9xcucsysreqs.html.

IMAP Idle Clients

The calculations for the total number of active clients assume the use of IMAP clients that support IMAP Idle. Cisco Unified Personal Communicator 7.0 and earlier, Cisco Unified Mobility Advantage, and Cisco Unified Mobile Communicator do not support IMAP Idle. As a result, each active instance of each of these clients (that does not support IMAP Idle) that is accessing Unity Connection voice messages counts as four active clients.

Configuring vCPU, vRAM, and vDisk for Cisco Unity Connection Virtual Machines

To simplify deployment of Unity Connection on a virtual machine, Cisco provides OVA templates for the virtual platform overlays defined in Table 1.


Caution Changing the number of virtual CPUs, the amount of virtual RAM, or the number or size of virtual disks is not supported.

In addition, the OVA templates align the file system on the virtual disk(s) in the virtual machine at 64-KB blocks, which results in improved storage input/output operations per second (IOPS).

For information on downloading the latest OVA files, see the “Installation and Upgrade Information” section in the applicable Release Notes for Cisco Unity Connection at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps6509/prod_release_notes_list.html .

For information on deploying an OVA file while installing a new Unity Connection virtual server, see the “Overview of Mandatory Tasks for Installing a Cisco Unity Connection 9.x System” chapter of the Installation Guide for Cisco Unity Connection Release 9.x at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/9x/installation/guide/9xcucigx.html.

For information on deploying an OVA file while migrating from a physical server to a virtual server, see the “Migrating from a Cisco Unity Connection Physical Server to a Connection 9.x Virtual Server” chapter of the Reconfiguration and Upgrade Guide for Cisco Unity Connection Release 9.x at .

For information on deploying other Unified Communication applications on the same physical server with Unity Connection, see the Unified Communications Virtualization wiki at http://docwiki-dev.cisco.com/wiki/Unified_Communications_Virtualization .

Additional Platform Information

Replacing a Unity Connection Server as You Upgrade to Unity Connection 9.x

If you are replacing the Unity Connection server and the server is currently running Unity Connection 7.1(2) or earlier, you will also need Unity Connection 7.1(3) software:

  • Some older servers are not supported for use with Unity Connection 9.x, and an attempt to install or upgrade to Unity Connection 9.x on these older servers will fail. This means that you cannot upgrade to Unity Connection 9.x on both the old server and the new server and use the Disaster Recovery System to move data to the new server.
  • Connection 7.1(2) and earlier does not include the drivers required by the new servers. This means you cannot install Unity Connection 7.1(2) or earlier on a new server, move data to the new server by using the Disaster Recovery System, and then upgrade the new server to Unity Connection 9.x.

For more information on replacing a Unity Connection server as you upgrade to Unity Connection 9.x, see the applicable chapter in the Reconfiguration and Upgrade Guide for Cisco Unity Connection Release 9.x at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/connection/9x/upgrade/guide/9xcucrugx.html .

Memory and Hard Disk Requirements for Unity Connection 9.x

You must add memory, or replace or remove hard disks for some MCS platforms in some configurations.

 

Table 3 Platform Memory and Hard Disk Requirements for Unity Connection 9.x

Platform
Memory Requirement for Unity Connection 9.x
Hard Disk Requirement for Unity Connection 9.x

Cisco MCS 7825

All MCS 7825 servers must contain 4 GB of RAM.

All MCS 7825 servers must contain two hard disks that are the same size and that are at least 160 GB each.

Cisco MCS 7835

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: All MCS 7835 servers must contain 6 GB of RAM.

All MCS 7835 servers must contain two hard disks that are the same size and that are at least 146 GB each.

Cisco MCS 7845

Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later only: All MCS 7845 servers must contain 6 GB of RAM.

All MCS 7845 servers must contain four hard disks that are the same size and that are at least 146 GB each.

Platforms Qualified for Use with Cisco Unity Connection

Unity Connection supports upgrades from some media convergence servers shipped for previous versions of Unity Connection and Cisco Unity messaging. Table 16 through Table 29 outline the supported media convergence servers for Unity Connection 9.x as well as hardware specifications, and, where applicable, required hardware changes for Unity Connection 9.x to support the product. Where possible, Cisco product numbers are listed in the tables for hardware upgrades, as are original-equipment-manufacturer (OEM) product part numbers for direct sourcing of the equipment.

Unity Connection 9.x does not support first-generation MCS models (-I1 or -H1) or their software-only models.

Platforms Supported for Use with Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

For detailed specifications on a platform, click the link in the “Manufacturer and Model” column.

 

Table 4 Platforms Supported for Use with Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

Manufacturer and Model
Currently Shipping
Platform Overlay
Supported for Use in a Virtual Environment

Cisco UCS-B200M2

Yes

All

Yes

Cisco UCS-B200M1-VCS1/N20-B6620-1

No

All

Yes

Cisco UCS-C210M2

Yes

All

Yes

Cisco UCS-B230M2/Cisco UCS-B230M2-VCDL1

Yes

All

Yes

Cisco UCS-B440M2/Cisco UCS-B440M2-VCDL1

Yes

All

Yes

Cisco UCS-C210M1-VCD1/R210-2121605

No

All except virtual overlays for 20,000 users

Yes

Cisco UCS-C210M1-VCD2/R210-2121605

No

All

Yes

Cisco UCS-C200M2

Yes

Virtual overlays for 500, 1,000 users

Yes

Cisco R210-2121605 (Fiber-Channel SAN Compatible)

No

All

Yes

Cisco MCS 7825-I5 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Yes

1

No

Currently Shipping Platform Overlay 2 Servers

Yes

1

No

Cisco MCS 7835-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Yes

2

No

Cisco MCS 7845-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Yes

3

No

Cisco MCS 7825-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

No

1

No

Cisco MCS 7825-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

No

1

No

Cisco MCS 7825-I4 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

No

1

No

Cisco MCS 7825-H3 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

No

1

No

Cisco MCS 7825-H3 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

No

1

No

Cisco MCS 7825-H4 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

No

1

No

Cisco MCS 7835-I2 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

No

2

No

Cisco MCS 7835-H2 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

No

2

No

Cisco MCS 7845-I2 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

No

3

No

Cisco MCS 7845-H2 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

No

3

No

Number of Voice Ports Supported with Unity Connection Platforms

The number of voice ports supported with Cisco Unity Connection depends upon the Unity Connection platform specifications. Unity Connection supports both physical and virtual platforms of different configurations. The following table specifies the number of ports supported with the virtual platforms.

Table 5 Supported Voice Ports with Virtual Platforms

Number of processorsper Virtual Machine
RAM per Virtual Machine
Number of Voice Ports Supported per Virtual Machine
Number of Voice Ports Supported Per Cluster

1 vCPU

4 GB

24

48

2 vCPU

6 GB

100

200

4 vCPU

6 GB

150

300

7 vCPU

8 GB

250

500

The following table specifies the number of ports supported with the physical platforms.

 

Table 6 Supported Voice Ports with Physical Platforms

Feature
Number of Ports

Cisco MCS 7825-H3

48

Cisco MCS 7825-H4

48

Cisco MCS 7825-I3

48

Cisco MCS 7825-I4

48

Cisco MCS 7825-I5

48

Cisco MCS 7835-H2

96

Cisco MCS 7835-I2

96

Cisco MCS 7835-I3

150

Cisco MCS 7845-H2

144

Cisco MCS 7845-I2

144

Cisco MCS 7845-I3

250

Specifications for Currently Shipping Platforms Supported for Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

Currently Shipping Blade Servers for Cisco Integrated Services Routers Generation 2 (ISR G2)

Added December 1, 2012

Cisco SRE-900 and SRE-910

 

Table 7 Cisco SRE-900 and SRE-910 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

SM-SRE-900-K9

SM-SRE-910-K9

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

SM

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Intel Core2 Duo, 1.86 GHz

Physical RAM (as shipped)

4 GB (default) or 8 GBDRAMs

Physical hard disk

Two 500-GB SATA (1 TB in non-RAID mode)

5400 rpm (SRE 900)

7200 rpm (SRE 910)

RAID controller

SATA on board

RAID configuration

RAID 0 or 1 (application dependant)

Total available disk space

1 TB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/modules/ps10598/data_sheet_c78-553913.html

For more information on SRE-900 and SRE-910, refer to http://docwiki-dev.cisco.com/wiki/Cisco_Unity_Connection_on_UCSE .

Cisco UCS E140S

 

Table 8 Cisco UCS E140S Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

UCS E140S

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

Single-wide Blade

Physical processor(s)

Intel® Xeon E3 1105 C 1.0GHz 25W quad-core processor

Physical RAM (as shipped)

8 GB (default: one 8-GB DIMM) and up to 16 GB (two 8-GB DIMMs)

Physical hard disk

Up to two:

  • 7200-RPM SATA: 1 TB
  • 10,000-RPM SAS: 900 GB
  • 10,000-RPM SAS SED: 600 GB
  • SAS SSD SLC: 200 GB

RAID controller

LSI MegaRAID controller

RAID configuration

  • Hardware RAID 0 and 1
  • LSI MegaRAID controller

Total available disk space

1 TB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/ps10265/ps12629/data_sheet_c78-705787.html

For more information on UCS E-140S, refer to http://docwiki-dev.cisco.com/wiki/Cisco_Unity_Connection_on_UCSE .

Cisco UCS E140D, E140DP, E160D, and E160DP

 

Table 9 Cisco UCS E140D, E140DP, E160D, and E160DP Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

UCS E140D, E140DP, E160D, E160DP

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

Double-wide Blades

Physical processor(s)

Intel® Xeon® E5-2418L 2.0GHz quad core processor

Intel® Xeon® E5-2428L 1.8GHz 6-core processor

Physical RAM (as shipped)

8 GB (default) and up to 48 GB (three 16-GB DIMMs)

Physical hard disk

Up to three (Cisco UCS E140D or E160D) or two (Cisco UCS E140DP or E160DP):

  • 7200-RPM SATA: 1 TB
  • 10,000-RPM SAS: 900 GB
  • 10,000-RPM SAS SED: 600 GB
  • SAS SSD SLC: 200 GB

RAID controller

LSI MegaRAID controller

RAID configuration

  • Cisco UCS E140D and E160D: Hardware RAID 0, 1, and 5
  • Cisco UCS E140DP and E160DP: Hardware RAID 0 and 1
  • LSI MegaRAID controller

Total available disk space

1 TB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/prod/collateral/ps10265/ps12629/data_sheet_c78-705787.html

For more information on UCS E-140D, E140DP, E160D, and E160DP, refer to http://docwiki-dev.cisco.com/wiki/Cisco_Unity_Connection_on_UCSE .

Cisco UCS-B200M2

 

Table 10 Cisco UCS-B200M2 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

VTG: UCS-B200M2

N20-86625-1

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

Half blade

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Two Intel 2.53 GHz quad-core Xeon E5640 80W CPUs, 12 MB cache, DDR3 1066MHz

Physical RAM (as shipped)

48 GB: 12 4GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs

Physical hard disk

Two 146GB 6Gb SAS 15K RPM SFF HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted

RAID controller

SATA on board

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

136 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10299/index.html

Cisco UCS-C210M2

 

Table 11 Cisco UCS-C210M2 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

VTG: UCS-C210M2

R210-2121605W

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

2RU

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Two Intel 2.53 GHz quad-core Xeon E5640 80W CPUs, 12 MB cache, DDR3 1066MHz

Physical RAM (as shipped)

24 GB: Six 4 GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs

Physical hard disk

10 146GB 6Gb SAS 15K RPM SFF HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted

RAID controller

LSI 6G MegaRAID PCIe Card (RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 60) — 512WC

RAID configuration

2 drives in RAID 1 (VMware)

8 drives in RAID 5 (virtual machines)

Total available disk space

RAID 1 array: 136 GB

RAID 5 array: 952 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10891/index.html

Cisco UCS-C200M2

 

Table 12 Cisco UCS-C200M2 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

VTG: UCS-C200M2

R200-1120402W

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

1RU

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Two Intel 2.53 GHz quad-core Xeon E5506 80W CPUs, 4 MB cache, DDR3 800 MHz

Physical RAM (as shipped)

24 GB: Six 4 GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs

Physical hard disk

Two Gen 2 1 TB SAS 7.2K RPM

RAID controller

LSI 6G MegaRAID 9260-4i

RAID configuration

Not applicable

Total available disk space

Not applicable

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10516/index.html

Cisco UCS-B230M2/Cisco UCS-B230M2-VCDL1

 

Table 13 Cisco UCS-B230M2/Cisco UCS-B230M2-VCDL1 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Bundled SKU- UCS-B230M2-VCDL1

Other - B230-BASE-M2UPG

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

Half blade

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Two Intel 2.4 GHz 10 core E7-2870 CPUs 130W 10C/30M Cache

Physical RAM (as shipped)

96 GB: 12 8GB DDR3-1333-MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank/x4/1.35v

Physical hard disk

None

RAID controller

Not applicable

RAID configuration

None

Total available disk space

Not applicable

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11583/index.html

Cisco UCS-B440M2/Cisco UCS-B440M2-VCDL1

 

Table 14 Cisco UCS-B440M2/Cisco UCS-B440M2-VCDL1 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Bundled SKU- UCS-B440M2-VCDL1

Other - B440-BASE-M2UPG

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

Full width blade

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Four Intel 2.4 GHZ 10 core E7-2870 CPUs 130W 10C/30M Cache

Physical RAM (as shipped)

256 GB: 16 1 6GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/2x8GB 2R Kit/Low Volt

Physical hard disk

None

RAID controller

Not applicable

RAID configuration

None

Total available disk space

Not applicable

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps11584/index.html

Cisco MCS 7825-I5 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

 

Table 15 Cisco MCS 7825-I5 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

  • CiscoMCS7825-I5-IPC1
  • IBMx3250-M2

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by IBM

Platform overlay

1

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

1 RU

Processor(s)

Intel Xeon 3400 Quad Core

RAM (as shipped)

4-GB (two 2-GB) PC2-5300 Error Checking and Correcting (ECC) double data rate 2 (DDR2)

Hard disk

Two 250-GB SATA 3.5-in. cold-swap drives

RAID controller

SATA on board

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

233 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

All MCS 7825 servers must contain 4 GB of RAM.

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive (IBM part number 4144)

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Not redundant

Remote management

ILO

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

48

Total number of users with mailboxes

2,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

2,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

117,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7825-I4-2GB=

hard disk: HDD-7825-I4-250=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Currently Shipping Platform Overlay 2 Servers

Cisco MCS 7835-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

 

Table 16 Cisco MCS 7835-I3 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco:

  • MCS7835I3-K9-UCC1
  • MCS7835I3-K9-UCC2
  • MCS7835I3-K9-UCB2
  • MCS-7835-I3-ECS1

IBM x3650-M2

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by IBM

Platform overlay

2

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

2RU

Processor(s)

Single Intel E5504 2.00-GHz; last level cache: 8 MB

RAM (as shipped)

6-GB (two 2-GB dual in-line memory module [DIMM]) PC3-10600 1333-MHz, fully buffered DDR-3 registered DIMM (RDIMM). The RAM (as shipped) needs some enhancement. Only 4-GB RAM is shipped with the server. Unity Connection 9.0(1) and later require 6-GB RAM, therefore, add 2-GB RAM to the server (MEM-7835-I3-2GB=).

Hard disk

Two 300-GB SAS 2.5-in. hot-swap

RAID controller

IBM mezzanine ServeRAID MR10i controller

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

280 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

2

Remote management

IBM IMM with virtual media enabled

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

150

Total number of users with mailboxes

4,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

4,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

4,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

242,078

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Hard disk: HDD-7835-I3-300=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Currently Shipping Platform Overlay 3 Servers

Cisco MCS 7845-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

 

Table 17 Cisco MCS 7845-I3 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco:

  • MCS7845I3-K9-UCC1
  • MCS7845I3-K9-UCC3
  • MCS7845I3-K9-UCC
  • MCS7845I3-K9-UCB2
  • MCS-7845-I3-ECS1

IBM x3650-M2

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by IBM

Platform overlay

3

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

2 RU

Processor(s)

Dual Intel E5540 2.53-GHz; last level cache: 8 MB

RAM (as shipped)

8-GB (four 2-GB DIMM) PC3-10600 1333-MHz, fully buffered DDR-3 RDIMM

Hard disk

4 x 300 GB

RAID controller

IBM mezzanine ServeRAID MR10i controller

RAID configuration

Two RAID 1 arrays

Total available disk space

560 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

2

Remote management

IBM IMM with virtual media enabled

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

250

Total number of users with mailboxes

20,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

20,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

20,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

514,287

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Hard disk: HDD-7845-I3-300=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Specifications for Previously Shipped Platforms Supported for Cisco Unity Connection 9.x

Cisco UCS-B200M1-VCS1/N20-B6620-1

 

Table 18 Cisco UCS-B200M1-VCS1 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

VTG: UCS-B200M1-VCS1

SAVBU: N20-B6620-1

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

Half blade

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Two Intel 2.53 GHz quad-core Xeon E5540 80W CPUs, 8 MB cache, DDR3 1066MHz

Physical RAM (as shipped)

32 GB: Eight 4GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs

Physical hard disk

Two 146GB 6Gb SAS 15K RPM SFF HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted

RAID controller

SATA on board

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

136 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10299/index.html

Cisco UCS-C210M1-VCD1/R210-2121605

 

Table 19 Cisco UCS-C210M1-VCD1 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

VTG: UCS-C210M1-VCD1

SAVBU: R210-2121605

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

2RU

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Two Intel 2.53 GHz quad-core Xeon E5540 80W CPUs, 8 MB cache, DDR3 1066MHz

Physical RAM (as shipped)

12 GB: Six 2 GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs

Physical hard disk

Six 146GB 6Gb SAS 15K RPM SFF HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted

RAID controller

LSI 6G MegaRAID PCIe Card (RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 60) — 512WC

RAID configuration

2 drives in RAID 1 (VMware)

4 drives in RAID 5 (virtual machines)

Total available disk space

RAID 1 array: 136

RAID 5 array: 408 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10516/index.html

Cisco UCS-C210M1-VCD2/R210-2121605

 

Table 20 Cisco UCS-C210M1-VCD2 Platforms

Feature
Description

Model numbers

VTG: UCS-C210M1-VCD2

SAVBU: R210-2121605

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

2RU

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Two Intel 2.53 GHz quad-core Xeon E5540 80W CPUs, 8 MB cache, DDR3 1066MHz

Physical RAM (as shipped)

36 GB:

  • Six 2GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs
  • Six 4GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs

Physical hard disk

Ten 146GB 6Gb SAS 15K RPM SFF HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted

RAID controller

LSI 6G MegaRAID PCIe Card (RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 60) — 512WC

RAID configuration

2 drives in RAID 1 (VMware)

8 drives in RAID 5 (virtual machines)

Total available disk space

RAID 1 array: 136 GB

RAID 5 array: 952 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10516/index.html

Cisco R210-2121605 (Fiber-Channel SAN Compatible)

 

Table 21 Cisco R210-2121605 Platform (Fiber-Channel SAN Compatible)

Feature
Description

Model numbers

SAVBU: R210-2121605

Supplier

Cisco

Form factor

2RU

Mounting

Rack-mount

Physical processor(s)

Two Intel 2.53 GHz quad-core Xeon E5540 80W CPUs, 8 MB cache, DDR3 1066MHz

Physical RAM (as shipped)

36 GB:

  • Six 2GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs
  • Six 4GB DDR3-1333MHz RDIMM/PC3-10600/dual rank 1Gb DRAMs

Physical hard disk

Two 146GB 6Gb SAS 15K RPM SFF HDD/hot plug/drive sled mounted

Fiber channel controller card

Qlogic QLE2462, 4Gb dual port Fibre Channel Host Bus Adapter

RAID controller

LSI 6G MegaRAID PCIe Card (RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 60) — 512WC

RAID configuration

2 drives in RAID 1 (VMware)

Virtual machines run on the SAN

Total available disk space

RAID 1 array: 136

Hardware reconfiguration required

None

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Not applicable

Power supply

Redundant on the chassis

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/ps10516/index.html

Cisco MCS 7825-I3 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

 

Table 22 Cisco MCS 7825-I3 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco:

  • MCS 7825-l3-UC1
  • MCS7825I3K9-UCA1
  • MCS7825I3K9-UCB1
  • MCS 7825-I3-ECS1

IBM x3250 (MTM: 4364****)

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by IBM

Platform overlay

1

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

Rack-mountable (1RU)

Processor(s)

Intel Dual-Core Xeon 3050 2.13-GHz processor (IBM part number: 1272)

RAM (as shipped)

Two 1-GB DDR2 667 synchronous dynamic RAM (SDRAM) DIMMs (IBM part number: 1903)

Hard disk

Two 160-GB 7200-rpm 3.5-in. simple-swap SATA HDD (IBM part number: 5291) RAID 1 (IBM part numbers: 4367 and 9011)

RAID controller

SATA on board

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

150 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

When all of the following are true, each Cisco MCS 7825 server in a Digital Network must contain 4 GB of RAM:

  • Digital networking is configured.
  • Voice recognition is configured.
  • The sum of contacts, users, distribution lists, locations, personal contacts, and personal distribution lists exceeds 2,000.

When Cisco MCS 7825 servers contain 4 GB of RAM, the Digital Network can include up to 10,000 users.

When a Cisco MCS 7825 server contains 2 GB of RAM, the maximum number of contacts for the server is 50,000. When a Cisco MCS 7825 server contains 4 GB of RAM, the maximum number of contacts for the server is 100,000.

Connection 9.0(1) and later only:All MCS 7825 servers must contain 4 GB of RAM.

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive (IBM part number: 4144)

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Not redundant

Remote management

ILO

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

48

Total number of users with mailboxes

2,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

2,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

2 GB RAM: 2,000

4 GB RAM: 10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

117,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7825-I3-2GB=

Hard disk: HDD-7825-I3-160=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Cisco MCS 7825-I4 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

 

Table 23 Cisco MCS 7825-I4 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco:

  • MCS 7825-l4-UCB1
  • MCS7825-l4-UCA1
  • MCS 7825-I4-ECS1
  • MCS7825I4-K9-UCC1

IBM x3250-M2

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by IBM

Platform overlay

1

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

Rack-mountable (1RU)

Processor(s)

Single Intel Dual-Core Xeon E8400 3.0-GHz 6M L2

RAM (as shipped)

2-GB (two 1-GB) PC2-5300 Error Checking and Correction (ECC) double data rate 2 (DDR2)

Hard disk

Two 250-GB Serial Advanced Technology Attachment (SATA) 3.5-in. cold-swap drives

RAID controller

SATA on board

Total available disk space

233 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

When all of the following are true, each Cisco MCS 7825 server in a Digital Network must contain 4 GB of RAM:

  • Digital networking is configured.
  • Voice recognition is configured.
  • The sum of contacts, users, distribution lists, locations, personal contacts, and personal distribution lists exceeds 2,000.

When Cisco MCS 7825 servers contain 4 GB of RAM, the Digital Network can include up to 10,000 users.

When a Cisco MCS 7825 server contains 2 GB of RAM, the maximum number of contacts for the server is 50,000. When a Cisco MCS 7825 server contains 4 GB of RAM, the maximum number of contacts for the server is 100,000.

Connection 9.0(1) and later only:All MCS 7825 servers must contain 4 GB of RAM.

Battery-backed write cache enabler (BBWC)

No

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Not redundant

Remote management

Yes

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

48

Total number of users with mailboxes

2,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

2,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

2 GB RAM: 2,000

4 GB RAM: 10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

117,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7825-I4-2GB=

Hard disk: HDD-7825-I4-160=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/prod/collateral/voicesw/ps6790/ps5748/ps378/data_sheet_c78-513886.html

Cisco MCS 7825-H3 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

 

Table 24 Cisco MCS 7825-H3 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco:

  • Cisco MCS 7825-H3-UC1
  • MCS7825H3K9-UCA1
  • MCS7825H3-K9-UCB1
  • MCS-7825-H3-ECS1

HP DL320G5

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by HP

Platform overlay

1

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

Rack-mountable (1 RU)

Processor(s)

Intel Dual-Core Xeon 3050 2.13-GHz processor with an 1066-MHz FSB and 2 MB of Layer 2 cache (HP part number: 419400-L21)

RAM (as shipped)

2-GB PC2-5300 DDR2 ECC memory (must be installed in pairs); (HP part number: 432804-B21)

2 GB supports up to 2,000 directory users; 4 GB is required for more than 2,000 directory users.

Hard disk

Two 160-GB cold-swap SATA hard disks (HP part number: 349238-B21)

RAID controller

SATA on board

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

150 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

When all of the following are true, each Cisco MCS 7825 server in a Digital Network must contain 4 GB of RAM:

  • Digital networking is configured.
  • Voice recognition is configured.
  • The sum of contacts, users, distribution lists, locations, personal contacts, and personal distribution lists exceeds 2,000.

When Cisco MCS 7825 servers contain 4 GB of RAM, the Digital Network can include up to 10,000 users.

When a Cisco MCS 7825 server contains 2 GB of RAM, the maximum number of contacts for the server is 50,000. When a Cisco MCS 7825 server contains 4 GB of RAM, the maximum number of contacts for the server is 100,000.

Connection 9.0(1) and later only:All MCS 7825 servers must contain 4 GB of RAM.

Battery-backed write cache enabler (BBWC)

No

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive (HP part number: 374303-B21)

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Not redundant

Remote management

Yes

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

48

Total number of users with mailboxes

2,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

2,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

2-GB RAM: 2,000

4-GB RAM: 10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

117,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7825-H3-2GB=

Hard disk: HDD-7825-H3-160=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Cisco MCS 7825-H4 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

 

Table 25 Cisco MCS 7825-H4 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco:

  • MCS7825H4K9-UCA1
  • MCS7825H4-K9-UCB1
  • MCS-7825-H4-ECS1

HP DL320-G5p

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by HP

Platform overlay

1

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

Rack-mountable (1RU)

Processor(s)

Single Intel Dual Core Xeon E8400 3.0-GHz 6M L2

RAM (as shipped)

2-GB (two 1-GB) PC2-6400 ECC DDR2

Hard disk

Two 250-GB SATA 3.5-in. cold-swap drives

RAID controller

SATA on board

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

233 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

When all of the following are true, each Cisco MCS 7825 server in a Digital Network must contain 4 GB of RAM:

  • Digital networking is configured.
  • Voice recognition is configured.
  • The sum of contacts, users, distribution lists, locations, personal contacts, and personal distribution lists exceeds 2,000.

When Cisco MCS 7825 servers contain 4 GB of RAM, the Digital Network can include up to 10,000 users.

When a Cisco MCS 7825 server contains 2 GB of RAM, the maximum number of contacts for the server is 50,000. When a Cisco MCS 7825 server contains 4 GB of RAM, the maximum number of contacts for the server is 100,000.

Connection 9.0(1) and later only:All MCS 7825 servers must contain 4 GB of RAM.

Battery-backed write cache enabler (BBWC)

No

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive (HP part number: 374303-B21)

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Not redundant

Remote management

Yes

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

48

Total number of users with mailboxes

2,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

2,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

2 GB RAM: 2,000

4 GB RAM: 10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

117,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7825-H4-2GB=

Hard disk: HDD-7825-H4-250=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Cisco MCS 7835-I2 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

 

Table 26 Cisco MCS 7835-I2 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco, version 1:

  • MCS 7835-l2-UC1
  • MCS 7835-I2-ECS1

Cisco, version 2:

  • MCS 7835-I2-ECS2
  • MCS 7835-l2-UCA1

Cisco, version 3:

  • MCS7835l2-K9-UCA1A
  • MCS7835I2-K9-UCB1
  • MCS7835I2-K9-UCB1A

IBM x3650 (MTM: 7979****)

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by IBM

Platform overlay

2

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

2 RU

Processor(s)

Versions 1 and 2: Single Intel Xeon Woodcrest 2.33-GHz processor

Version 3: Dual Core Intel Xeon Processor 5140 (2.33-GHz and two 2-MB Layer 2 cache (IBM part number: 1325)

RAM (as shipped)

Version 1: 2 GB

Version 2: 4 GB

Version 3: 4 GB, eight 512-MB PC2-5300 667-MHz ECC Chipkill DDR2 FBDIMM (IBM part number: 0546)

4 GB required for Unity Connection 8.x

Hard disk

Versions 1 and 2: Two 72-GB hard disks

Version 3: Two 146-GB hard disks (IBM part number: 5534)

RAID controller

Versions 1 and 2: ServeRAID-8K (part number: 25R8064)

Version 3: ServeRAID-8K (IBM part number: 1670)

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

Versions 1 and 2: 67 GB

Version 3: 136 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

  • Version 1 servers require 4 GB of RAM.
  • Version 1 and 2 servers require two 146 GB or larger hard disks.
  • Connection 8.6 and later only:All MCS 7835 servers must contain 6 GB of RAM.

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Redundant

Remote management

Remote Supervisor Adapter II Slimline

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

96

Total number of users with mailboxes

4,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

4,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

Versions 1 and 2: 16,500

Version 3: 99,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7835-I2-2GB=

Hard disk: HDD-7835-I2-72= and HDD-7835-I2-146=

Power: PWR-7835-I2=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Cisco MCS 7835-H2 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

 

Table 27 Cisco MCS 7835-H2 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco, version 1:

  • MCS 7835-H2-UC1
  • MCS 7835-H2-ECS1

Cisco, version 2:

  • MCS 7835-H2-UCA1
  • MCS 7835-H2-ECS2

Cisco, version 3:

  • MCS7835H2-K9-UCA1A
  • MCS7835H2-K9-UCB1A
  • MCS7835H2-K9-UCB1

HP DL380G5 Single Processor

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by HP

Platform overlay

2

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

2RU

Processor(s)

Versions 1 and 2: Single Intel Xeon Woodcrest 2.33-GHz processor

Version 3: Intel Dual-Core Xeon Processor 5140 (2.33 GHz, 1333 FSB)

RAM (as shipped)

Version 1: 2 GB

Version 2: 4 GB

Version 3: 4 GB as four 1-GB memory modules, FBD PC2-5300

Hard disk

Versions 1 and 2: Two 72-GB hard disks

Version 3: Two HP 146-GB hot-plug 2.5 SAS 10,000-rpm hard disks

RAID controller

Versions 1 and 2: Part number: 405132-B21

Version 3: P400/256 for DL380 G5 and DL385 G2 FIO

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

Versions 1 and 2: 67GB

Version 3: 136 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

  • Version 1 servers require 4 GB of RAM.
  • Version 1 and 2 servers require two 146 GB or larger hard disks.
  • Connection 8.6 and later only:All MCS 7835 servers must contain 6 GB of RAM.

Battery-backed write cache enabler (BBWC)

Part number: 383280-B21

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Redundant

Remote management

Yes

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

96

Total number of users with mailboxes

4,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

4,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

Versions 1 and 2: 16,500

Version 3: 99,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7835-H2-1GB=

Hard disk: HDD-7835-H2-72= and HDD-7835-H2-146=

Power: PWR-7835-H2=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Cisco MCS 7845-I2 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

 

Table 28 Cisco MCS 7845-I2 Media Convergence Servers (IBM)

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco, version 1:

  • MCS 7845-l2-UC1
  • MCS 7845-I2-ECS1

Cisco, version 2:

  • MCS 7845-I2-ECS2
  • MCS 7845-l2-K9-UCA1

Cisco, version 3:

  • MCS7845l2K9-UCA1A
  • MCS7845I2K9-UCB1

IBM x3650 Dual Processor

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by IBM

Platform overlay

3

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

2 RU

Processor(s)

Versions 1 and 2: Dual Intel Xeon Woodcrest 2.33-GHz processor

Version 3: Two Intel Dual-Core Xeon processors 5140 (2.33 GHz) and two 2-MB Layer 2 cache (IBM part number: 1325)

RAM (as shipped)

4 GB

Hard disk

Version 1: Eight 72-GB hard disks

Version 2: Four 72-GB hard disks

Version 3: Four 146-GB hard disks (IBM part number: 5534)

RAID controller

Versions 1 and 2: ServeRAID-8K (part number: 25R8064)

Version 3: ServeRAID-8K (IBM part number: 1670)

RAID configuration

Versions 1 and 2: Two RAID 1 arrays

Version 3: Two RAID 1 arrays

Total available disk space

Version 1: 134 GB after you remove four hard disks to support Unity Connection 8.x, or 272 GB if you replace 72-GB hard disks with 146-GB hard disks to support Unity Connection clusters

Version 2: 134 GB, or 272 GB if you replace 72-GB hard disks with 146-GB hard disks to support Unity Connection clusters

Version 3: 272 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

Version 1 servers require that you:

  • Remove 4 hard disks (shipped with 8 hard disks).
  • Replace the remaining 72 GB hard disks with 146 GB or larger hard disks.

Version 2 servers require that you replace 72 GB hard disks with 146 GB or larger hard disks.

Connection 8.6 and later only:All MCS 7845 servers must contain 6 GB of RAM

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Redundant

Remote management

Remote Supervisor Adapter II Slimline

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

144

Total number of users with mailboxes

10,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

10,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

Versions 1 and 2: 97,500

Version 3: 240,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7845-I2-2GB=

Hard disk: HDD-7845-I2-72= and HDD-7845-I2-146=

Power: PWR-7845-I2=

Fan: FAN-7845-I2=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Cisco MCS 7845-H2 Media Convergence Servers (HP)

 

Table 29 Cisco MCS 7845-H2 Media Convergence Servers

Feature
Description

Model numbers

Cisco, version 1:

  • MCS 7845-H2-UC1
  • MCS 7845-H2-ECS1

Cisco, version 2:

  • MCS 7845-H2-ECS2
  • MCS 7845-H2-K9-UCA1

Cisco, version 3:

  • MCS7845H2K9-UCA1A
  • MCS7845H2-K9-UCB1

HP DL380G5 Dual Processor

Supplier

Shipped by Cisco or provided by customer; manufactured by HP

Platform overlay

3

Form factor

Rack-mount

Mounting

2 RU

Processor(s)

Intel Dual-Core Xeon Woodcrest 2.33-GHz processor

RAM (as shipped)

4 GB

Hard disk

Version 1: Eight 72-GB hard disks

Version 2: Four 72-GB hard disks

Version 3: Four 146-GB hard disks

RAID controller

P400 controller (part number: 405132-B21)

RAID configuration

RAID 1

Total available disk space

Version 1: 134 GB after you remove four hard disks to support Unity Connection 8.x, or 272 GB if you replace 72-GB hard disks with 146-GB hard disks to support Unity Connection clusters

Version 2: 134 GB, or 272 GB if you replace 72-GB hard disks with 146-GB hard disks to support Unity Connection clusters

Version 3: 272 GB

Hardware reconfiguration required

Version 1 servers require that you:

  • Remove 4 hard disks (shipped with 8 hard disks).
  • Replace the remaining 72 GB hard disks with 146 GB or larger hard disks.

Version 2 servers require that you replace 72 GB hard disks with 146 GB or larger hard disks.

Connection 8.6 and later only:All MCS 7845 servers must contain 6 GB of RAM.

Battery-backed write cache enabler (BBWC)

BBWC enabler (part number: 383280-B21)

CD-ROM or DVD-ROM drives

1 DVD-ROM drive

Tape drive

Optional

Power supply

Redundant

Remote management

Yes

Total number of available ports (Voice + TTS + Voice recognition) per server

144

Total number of users with mailboxes

10,000

Number of Cisco Personal Communications Assistant users

10,000

Total number of LDAP corporate directory users

10,000

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

Versions 1 and 2: 97,500

Version 3: 240,000

Field-replaceable spares part numbers

Memory: MEM-7845-H2-1GB=

Hard disk: HDD-7845-H2-72= and HDD-7845-H2-146=

Power: PWR-7845-H2=

Fan: FAN-7845-H2=

More information

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/hw/voiceapp/ps378/products_data_sheets_list.html

Hardware Supported by Cisco Unity Connection SRSV 9.1(1)

This section lists the supported hardware platforms and the minimum Cisco IOS software release required to support the hardware platformCisco Unity Connection SRSV.

Table 30 Specifications for Cisco Unity Connection SRSV

Cisco Platform
Connection SRSV on SM-SRE-900-K9
Connection SRSV on SM-SRE-910-K9
UCS E 140S
UCS E140D, E140DP, E160D, and E160 DP

Cisco 2911

Cisco 2921

Cisco 2951

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T

Cisco 3925

Cisco 3945

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T

Cisco 3925E

Cisco 3945E

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T

15.1(3)T


NoteA different Cisco IOS software release may be required depending on the version of Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express or Cisco Unified Survivable Remote Site Telephony (SRST) being used. For more information refer to Cisco Unified Communications Manager Express documentation available at http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps4625/index.html.


Specifications for Virtual Platform Hardware Supported by Cisco Unity Connection SRSV 9.1(1)

This section lists the supported hardware platforms and the minimum Cisco IOS software release required to support the hardware platform Cisco Unity Connection SRSV.

Table 31 Specifications for Cisco Unity Connection SRSV

SM-SRE-900-K9
SM-SRE-910-K9
UCS E 140S
UCS E140D, E140DP, E160D, and E160 DP
Minimum Connection SRSV Version

9.1(1)

9.1(1)

9.1(1)

9.1(1)

vCPU (Number of Virtual Processors) Cores and Speed per Core

Unity Connection 9.1(1) and later only: 1@a minimum of 2.0 GHz

Unity Connection 9.1(1) and later only: 1@a minimum of 2.0 GHz

Unity Connection 9.1(1) and later only: 1@a minimum of 2.0 GHz

Unity Connection 9.1(1) and later only: 1@a minimum of 2.0 GHz

vRAM (Amount of Virtual RAM)

4 GB

4 GB

4 GB

4 GB

vDisk (Size of Virtual Hard Disks)

1x160GB

1x160GB

1x160GB

1x160GB

Total number of available voice ports5

8

8

8

8

Total number of users with mailboxes

200

200

200

200

Approximate message storage, G-711 codec, minutes

72,944

72,944

72,944

72,944

Number of public distribution lists

500

500

500

500

Number of Call Handlers

200

200

500

500

Number of languages supported

2

2

2

2

5.8 ports G.711 or G.729a (combined TUI or TTS) and 2 ports iLBC or G.722