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Cisco servers? 12 years 2 months ago #19472

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Hi, having started to recommend Cisco products - routers, swicthes etc for my network design i was wondering if they also have anything like Cisco servers because i dont seem to see anything like that on their site?

Additionally, what kind of machines /servers will be most suitable for corporate organisation say an airline company with lots of operational hubs in different locations. assuming that they already have some servers but want to redesign the network (scalability) to cover more areas. thanks in advance for any replies.
" are never too old to learn" anon

Re: Cisco servers? 12 years 2 months ago #19475

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Cisco aren't in the server business and its a case of looking at people like Dell, HP, etc...

We use Dell Servers which we have always found to be a good solid server that they do in different flavours.

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Re: Cisco servers? 12 years 2 months ago #19494

There's also Compaq, HP...
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