HP ProLiant C7000 Chassis with 16x BL460c Gen 9 Blade Server
HP ProLiant C7000 Chassis with 16x BL460c Gen 9 Blade Server

HP ProLiant C7000 Chassis with 16x BL460c Gen 9 Blade Server

Out of Stock
Price as configured: $2,400.00

Condition:

Refurbished

Standard Warranty:

90 Days
The HP BladeSystem C7000 Enclosure is a 6U HP system that houses up to 16 ProLiant blades. The C7000 is a popular solution for dense compute and performance, with ease of management and networking. The shared power supplies also reduces total power consumption, servicing constraints, and total cost of ownership (TCO).

This product is for a complete C7000 with 16 HP ProLiant BL460c G9 blades. The BL460c G9 is powered by dual Intel Xeon E5-2600 v3 and v4 processors, making this blade a strong option for virtualization and cloud environments.


Choose your configuration options below for a used BL460c G9 Blade Server.


If you would like to configure blades differently (or if you don't need all 16 blades), give us a call at (972) 798 1788 to discuss!
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