With the world's most popular blade server system (The HPE BL460c Gen9) in our catalog, you can successfully scale business execution and securely manage hybrid IT and traditional workloads across an integrated data center environment. You can count on an extensive listing of varying generations of this blade server, including gen7, gen8, gen9, and gen10, here on allhdd.com. Here are the categories of Proliant BL460c options we stock, so follow the links to find the best option for your needs: Xeon 1.7GHz, Xeon 2.1GHz, Xeon 2.4GHz, Xeon 2.20GHz, Xeon 2.6GHz, Xeon 2.50GHz, Xeon 2.53GHz, Xeon 2.66GHz, Xeon 2.93GHz, Xeon 3.0GHz, Xeon 3.06GHz, Xeon 2.7GHz, Xeon 1.90GHz, Xeon 2.0GHz, Xeon 2.30GHz. Browse through our categories to purchase a befitting server blade today.
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The HP ProLiant BL460c is the predecessor to the BL660c. With massive improvements in previous generations, it ups the ante with an uptick in performance, flexibility, and security.
Suppose you intend to use the HPE ProLiant bl460c in a large data center that requires a compact system and storage devices in a single and very secure environment. In that case, you can employ the large BladeSystem c7000 10U chassis enclosure from HPE for the BL460c blade server. The c7000 can house sixteen Blades packed vertically, while the c3000 6U chassis can hold a total of eight BL460c Gen 8 Servers assembled horizontally with massive storage of 115.2 TB. It is the perfect solution for a medium-scale data center.
The ProLiant BL460c Gen 8 weighs 14 lb (approximately 6 kg). It is a half-height Server Blade measuring 17.11 inches tall, 20.37 inches deep, and 2.18 inches wide. The blade has an HP c-Class Blade SUV (USB, Serial, VGA) connector and two SFF hot-swap drive bays at the front. The BL460c Gen 8 supports a wide variety of virtualization software or operating systems. These include Red Hat Enterprise Linux, Microsoft Windows Server, SUSE Linux Enterprise, VMware, Citrix XenServer, and Oracle Solaris.
For versatility, the BL460c gen8 Blade Server supports up to two small-form-factor (SFF) SAS or SATA drives. These could be solid-state drives (SSD) or hard disk drives (HDD) with a limit of RAID configuration to two different RAID 0 volumes. However, combining other drive types is not supported. Up to 4TB of HDDs is supported, while the SSDs can support up to 3.2TB.
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