Cisco Booths, including ‘Cisco Industrial Automation’ where you’ll see the latest in factory networking that’s compatible with Cisco and other IT infrastructure and the basis of what many manufacturers are now seeing as the only way to converge IT and Plant networks safely, securely and with productivity and cost benefits.
Fluke Networks provides innovative solutions for the testing, monitoring and analysis of enterprise and telecommunications networks and the installation and certification of the fibre and copper foundation of those networks.
Panduit -- a Cisco Partner that is a leading global supplier of complete end-to-end solutions for data centres and enterprise networks. The Panduit solution portfolio encompasses products, software and services based on the principles of a Unified Physical Infrastructure approach. Read More »
We’re in the sporting and cultural capital of Australia this week for Cisco Live! Did you know that Melbourne is the only city in the world that has five international standard sporting facilities surrounding its central business district?
Cisco Intelligent Automation for Cloud is a cloud management and orchestration software solution that complements Cisco UCS and Nexus to provide self-service on-demand provisioning of IT resources. This new solution is becoming as ubiquitous as the sporting facilities in Melbourne. Cisco partners including Alphawest / Optus, CSC, and VCE are also showcasing our Intelligent Automation for Cloud software in action at their booths.
Essentially, this solution will help you tackle the challenge of deploying infrastructure-as-a-service – and adopt an IT-as-a-Service (ITaaS) strategy. Here’s a short analyst video on delivering ITaaS with Cisco Intelligent Automation:
As our second annual Cisco Live in Melbourne kicks off today, we’d like to extend a warm welcome to the over 2,500 customers as well as partners, press and analysts, and special guests making their way to our three day marquee event, taking place in and around the Melbourne Convention & Exhibition Centre. We also welcome our virtual participants from Australia and New Zealand and around the globe.
This year we are operating three tailored streams to ensure attendees know where to locate the most relevant information and activities. A Networkers program, an IT Management Program and a Service Provider Program will together form an extensive agenda that taps deep dive technical information and high level thought leadership from CIOs and other experts from Australia, New Zealand and overseas.
One of the plum assignments of my journalism career was co-authoring a report for CIO about IT in Australia. Ten days in Sydney, Canberra, and Melbourne (with a weekend jaunt to Tasmania) brought out one key aspect of the Australian attitude toward technology: being isolated from most of the world, they have to be twice as creative.
At that time, in the late 90s, Australia had already deregulated its telecommunications industry (just a year after the U.S.) and developed a state-of-the-art $3 billion national fiber-optic network.