We performed a comparison between Dell PowerEdge M and Fujitsu Primergy BX900 Series based on real PeerSpot user reviews.Find out what your peers are saying about Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Cisco, Dell Technologies and others in Blade Servers.
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The Dell PowerEdge M-Series blade servers address the challenges of an evolving IT environment by delivering leading enterprise classfeatures and functionality. The M-Series delivers a unique array of options configured to meet the needs of your IT environment both now and in the future.
The Fujitsu Server PRIMERGY BX900 S2 chassis is the rock-solid foundation for Fujitsu's blade ecosystem, providing a reliable, flexible and efficient platform for building a converged infrastructure. The system provides a modular approach to create an IT infrastructure. The chassis includes all needed infrastructure elements such as power supplies and fans, networking, and management. The Fujitsu blade server is easy to upgrade, maintain and customize. Inside, you can mix and match almost any combination of server storage and connection blades to run your choice of operation systems and applications.
Dell PowerEdge M is ranked 4th in Blade Servers with 6 reviews while Fujitsu Primergy BX900 Series is ranked 12th in Blade Servers. Dell PowerEdge M is rated 8.8, while Fujitsu Primergy BX900 Series is rated 0.0. The top reviewer of Dell PowerEdge M writes "The solution is a foundational part of our IT infrastructure and offers remarkable flexibility, reliability, and extensive software support". On the other hand, Dell PowerEdge M is most compared with HPE Synergy, HPE Superdome X, Cisco UCS B-Series, Super Micro SuperBlade and Lenovo Flex System, whereas Fujitsu Primergy BX900 Series is most compared with .
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