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Sigmablade-M
SuperBlade
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Overview

The NEC SIGMABLADE-M is an 8-blade chassis that comprises 6U of rack space and offers a compact size that is ideal for mid-sized systems, easy monitoring of the status of each blade server, and better and easier cabling through the use of KVM switches.

Super Micro's SuperBlade blade servers offer many unique advantages that differentiate it from competitors' blade products and traditional rack-mount solutions. Customer benefits include maximum density, affordability, reduced management costs, lower power consumption, optimal ROI, and high scalability - and in most applications, blade servers would reduce system acquisition costs. While other blade suppliers only offer general-purpose blade servers, the SuperBlade family enables full optimization for a wide array of mission-critical and compute-intensive applications. With in-house design engineering agility to accommodate customer needs rapidly, SuperBlade revolutionizes modular computing architecture by offering several advanced application-optimized models such as Enterprise Blade Server, Data Center Optimized Blade, Workstation Blade and Office Blade.
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NEC Sigmablade-M is ranked 19th in Blade Servers while Super Micro SuperBlade is ranked 9th in Blade Servers with 2 reviews. NEC Sigmablade-M is rated 0.0, while Super Micro SuperBlade is rated 7.0. On the other hand, the top reviewer of Super Micro SuperBlade writes "Easy to set up with good technical support but does not scale well". NEC Sigmablade-M is most compared with , whereas Super Micro SuperBlade is most compared with Dell PowerEdge M, HPE BladeSystem, Cisco UCS B-Series, HPE Integrity and Pure Storage FlashBlade.

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