Cisco Unified Computing System Extended Memory Technology
To address rising data center operations costs and increasing workloads, businesses look for ways to increase server computing platform efficiency through consolidation and virtualization. As line-of-business (LOB) applications,corporate databases, online transaction processing (OLTP), and web server applications continue to evolve, the memory capacity of server systems plays an important role. The demand for more memory is propelled by 64-bit applications, operating systems, and the mainstream adoption of virtualization. This demand creates a need for simplified server architectures that provide centralized scale-out computing, with advanced management capabilities and innovation in x86 server memory architectures to support new applications with large memory requirements. This simplified architecture helps reduce ongoing acquisition, operating, and maintenance costs. Cisco Extended Memory Technology was developed to address these needs in x86-based computing environments. A crucial innovation of the Cisco Unified Computing System, Cisco Extended Memory Technology provides more than twice as much memory (384 GB) as traditional two-socket servers, increasing performance and capacity for demanding virtualization and large-data-set workloads. Alternatively, this technology offers a more costeffective memory footprint for less-demanding workloads.
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