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.
BladeSymphony blade servers inherit its core design from Hitachi's line of highly reliable mainframe platforms bound together by a robust management software solution. BladeSymphony management solutions simplify the administration and management of BladeSymphony servers in enterprise data centers. BladeSymphony 1000 blade systems also supports Multi-Blade Symmetric Multi Processing (SMP) interconnect technology for scalable performance. Transaction recovery is supported with our N+M standby feature improving system reliability and availability. High performance and high availability features allow BladeSymphony to be utilized in small departmental office environments to large back-end enterprise data centers.
Fujitsu Primergy BX900 Series is ranked 13th in Blade Servers while Hitachi BladeSymphony is ranked 16th in Blade Servers. Fujitsu Primergy BX900 Series is rated 0.0, while Hitachi BladeSymphony is rated 0.0. On the other hand, Fujitsu Primergy BX900 Series is most compared with Dell PowerEdge M, whereas Hitachi BladeSymphony is most compared with .
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