CISCO's UCS S3260 Empowers Enterprises to Utilise their Unsorted Data in Real-time
SAN JOSE, CA: Cisco announces the availability of Unified Computing System (UCS) S3260 for storing huge amounts of data and generating real-time insights in business. The new solution addresses the challenges of storing unstructured data created by Internet of Things, video, mobility, collaboration, and analytics and for data protection solution.
New Offerings in UCS S3260
The latest UCS S-series offering reduces CapEx and cabling compared to the traditional servers. It takes 60 percent less space and consumes up to 59 percent less power compared to the existing system. The management of the server goes down by 80 percent and the total cost of ownership (TCO) reduces over 50 percent compared to the previous methods.
The UCS S3260 can store 600TB of data in a system and provides complete connectivity for all data. This feature enables the organisation to transfer from cold data in warehouse to dynamic applications on a cloud-scale platform and provide response in real-time.
ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite
Cisco further announces the availability of next-gen ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite to enable customers choose the best automated and cost efficient plan. ONE Enterprise Cloud Suite provides hybrid cloud in organisation for automation across data center, private and public cloud environments. It further increases the consistency through its one-click installation feature and deployment of Hadoop and Splunk.
“Enterprise storage is moving from traditional, dedicated platforms to commodity hardware; but not all commodity hardware is created equal,” says Steven Hill, Senior Storage Analyst with 451 Research. “Cisco’s new UCS S-Series offers substantial drive density and scalable x86 hardware options, making it easily customizable for any number of optimized SDS applications. Added to this is the S-Series’ deep integration with Cisco’s UCS management and datacenter automation platforms, not to mention Cisco’s world-wide support and service capabilities.”