When we launched UCS Mini back in September, it pushed us into new territory with an exciting offering that bundles servers, storage and networking into a single solution — much like the traditional UCS — but in a smaller form factor. It also allowed Cisco to effectively target branch or remote offices and the mid-market with UCS.
This exciting new venture has been validated by a growing number of customers and we’ve just received another validation today: we’re excited to announce that UCS Mini has been nominated as a finalist for the 2015 Best of Interop Awards!
Cisco UCS has a history of winning big at Interop. When Cisco Unified Computing System was announced in 2009, it won the Best of Interop award in the Data Center & Storage category. The award is open to new products released within the last year.
Other Cisco finalists are:
Interop General Manager Jennifer Jessup commented, “We extend a big congratulations to Cisco and all Best of Interop finalists on the success of their new products and positive impact on business efficiency. These are the types of advancements that define the future of IT, and we’re excited for Interop attendees to be able to experience them firsthand in the Expo.”
Winners will be announced on Tuesday, April 28 at 5:30 pm in the Interop Theater on the Expo Floor. Good luck to everyone who was nominated.
And if you haven’t registered for Interop yet, you can use Cisco’s private discount code (shhhh!) by using the VIP registration code XYCISCO, which you can access by going here. This will save you $500 off the onsite price of Total Access, 3-Day Conference, and 2-Day Workshop Passes or get a free Expo pass.
And if you’re not familiar with UCS Mini – or the rest of our UCS product family – we’d be happy to tell you more – stop by Cisco’s booth (#1327). For a complete breakdown of what Cisco will be doing at Interop, click here.
What can UCS Mini do for your business? Check out the Solution Overview discussing the system and many of our application solutions.
And remember, the knowledge you gain about Cisco UCS shouldn’t stay in Vegas!