The M2814 cartridge can enable ultradense virtual deployments, as well as cloud infrastructure applications. Benefit from a high memory-to-core ratio and applications that use a large, Layer 2 CPU cache such as dynamic web content delivery and small in-memory databases. The M2814 is a dual-socket server using Intel® Xeon® E5 2600 v3 and v4 CPUs, with up to 512 GB of DDR4 2133 or 2400 MHz memory.
Learn more about high-density Cisco UCS M4308 Modular Server Chassis.
The M2814 Compute Cartridge is part of a growing line of computing options for the Cisco UCS M4308 Modular Chassis. With the new M2814 and Cisco UCS M4308 Modular Chassis, Cisco brings high core counts and memory expansion to a high-density, low-power, scale-out deployment model.
The unique design of the M4308 chassis abstracts server subsystems to efficiently provide power, cooling, I/O, and local storage resources to dense M-Series computing cartridges. With this groundbreaking design, the Cisco UCS M-Series provides a dense and power-efficient platform designed to increase compute capacity per rack unit (RU).
The M4308 chassis can hold up to four dual-socket M2814 Compute Cartridges. The M4308 chassis connects to a pair of Cisco UCS Fabric Interconnects, providing ease of scalability and industry-leading Cisco UCS management.
Cisco UCS M2814 Key Features
|Processors per server||2 x Intel Xeon Processor E5-2600 v3 or v4 CPUs available July 2016
CPU options include:
|Servers per computing cartridge||1 dual-socket server per M2814 Compute Cartridge|
|Memory per server||Up to 512 GB DDR4 2133MHz or 2400 MHz memory|
|Computing cartridges per chassis||4 independent front-load M2814 Compute Cartridges per M4308 Modular Chassis|
|Hard drives||4 x SSD provided by a M4308 Modular Chassis|
|I/O||2 x 40 Gbps provided by M4308 Modular Chassis|
|Power||Redundant 2 x 1400 W power supplies provided by M4308 Modular Chassis|
* Dual CPU configurations do not have power supply redundancy.
M-Series servers offer power and flexibility, not performance problems.
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Scale servers to apps. Share resources across those servers with the Cisco UCS M-Series.