Cisco UCS B480 M5 4 Bay SFF Blade Server
Cisco UCS B480 M5 4 Bay SFF Blade Server

Cisco UCS B480 M5 4 Bay SFF Blade Server

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Price as configured: $899.00



Standard Warranty:

90 Days

The Refurbished Cisco UCS B480 M5 is a versatile server equipped with the latest Intel Xeon Scalable processors, offering fast and efficient performance for enterprise applications and virtualized workloads. With support for up to 12TB of DDR4 memory, along with flexible storage options and high-speed connectivity, it ensures exceptional processing power and throughput. Centralized management through Cisco UCS Manager and global management capabilities with Cisco UCS Central streamline operations, making the B480 M5 an ideal choice for efficient and reliable data center operations.

Choose your configuration options below for a used Cisco UCS B480 M5 Blade server.

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Processors 1-2
Processors 3-4
RAID Controller
Hard Drive Bay 1
Hard Drive Bay 2
Hard Drive Bay 3
Hard Drive Bay 4
SD Card Reader
Extended Warranty
  • Processors:Up to 4x Intel 2nd Generation Xeon Scalable processors
  • Chipset:Intel C621
  • Memory:Up to 12TB ECC DDR4 in 48x DIMM slots
  • Drive bays:Up to 4x 2.5" Hard Drives
  • Management:Cisco Integrated Management Controller

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