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Economical, High-Capacity, Internal Storage
The Cisco UCS C210 M1 server is a general-purpose, two-socket, 2 rack unit (RU) rack-mount server designed to balance performance, density, and efficiency for storage-intensive workloads. The system is built for applications such as network file servers and appliances, storage servers, database servers, and content-delivery servers.
- Up to two Intel Xeon 5500 Series multicore processors
- Up to 96 GB of industry-standard double-data-rate (DDR3) main memory
- Up to 16 internal small form factor (SFF), (SAS), or (SATA) disk drives; up to 8 TB total
- Built-in RAID 0 and 1 support for up to four SATA drives; RAID 0 and 1 support for up to four SAS or SATA drives with optional mezzanine card; and RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, 10, 50, and 60 support for up to 16 SAS or SATA drives with up to two optional LSI MegaRAID Controllers
- Five full-height PCIe slots: two full-height, full-length x8 PCIe card slots and three full-height, half-length x8 PCI card slots, all with x16 connectors
- Two integrated Gb Ethernet ports and one 10/100 Mbps Ethernet management port for accessing the Cisco UCS Integrated Management Controller
- Front-panel interface with video, two USB, and serial port connections. Back-panel video, two USB, and serial port connections
- Enhanced reliability, availability, and serviceability through optional dual-redundant power supplies meeting Climate Saver specifications
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Cisco UCS C210 M1 At A Glance (PDF - 780 KB)
Learn more about this high-capacity, general purpose server for storage-intensive workloads.
Managing Cisco UCS C-Series Rack-Mount Servers (PDF - 330 KB)
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