Last year at OFC, we launched the NCS 1004, and we demonstrated the NCS 1004 live in our booth working error-free up to 500G. We have come a long way since then. Customers have successfully run 600G on live networks.
Businesses rely on IT to differentiate in any industry by providing better services and user experiences in today’s Digital World. The network has evolved, and it plays a key role in this journey. I often get asked about my top recommendations when building Enterprise Data Center Networks and I wanted to share my thoughts with you
March is the perfect month to visit Melbourne. From technology events to the Formula 1 Grand Prix… there is always something fun to do while enjoying the beautiful weather that Melbourne has to offer. This year, Cisco Live Melbourne is happening March 5-8th at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.
Cisco has been quietly revolutionizing meeting rooms over the past decade. When I started at Cisco eight years ago, the meeting rooms were all equipped with projectors and screens. We would connect our laptops to the projector and share our presentations on the screen with others in the room.
Service providers around the world are trying to add innovative services and capabilities to attract new revenue and stay competitive. Adding mobile Unified Communications (UC) to their portfolio can be that enabler for service providers. Cisco together with Ericsson, a leading provider of information and communications technologies to service providers, have been working together to deliver the next generation mobile UC solutions to Mobile Operators. The joint solution simplifies the delivery and integration of VoLTE mobility to service provider business unified communications.
Today, Cisco CTAO, announces an important milestone to deploy an open-source version of Cisco’s Hybrid Information-Centric Networking (hICN), which is a unique network architecture based on the Internet protocol that rethinks communications around information itself and not on the location of the data. IP packets are routed in the network based on location-independent names (what you look for) and not on location addresses (where the data you look for is stored).