Unified Computing System nets midmarket business for Cisco

Cisco designed the Unified Computing System for large enterprises, but it's attracting midmarket business instead. Hear all about it on this edition of This Week in Virtualization.

Cisco Systems' Unified Computing System targets large organizations looking to consolidate server hardware, networking equipment and virtualization in their data centers. But it's actually doing well among midmarket business customers, according to early returns.

Find out why the Unified Computing System is attracting midmarket business in this edition of This Week in Virtualization. Large enterprises with segmented IT departments can have a hard time handling the Unified Computing System from a bureaucratic standpoint. But in a midmarket business, it offers an easy way to jump start a server virtualization deployment.

In addition to the success of the Unified Computing System with midmarket business customers, other news in this podcast includes VMware's first vSphere and vCenter Server updates. Find out what improvements VMware has made to both products, and get additional news on IBM's Virtual Server Security for vSphere and other new products.

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