Cisco Live London 2012 is underway this week. I’m sure that technical learning and having fun are high on your to-do list. Perhaps you’re also anxious to know what new products and technologies Cisco will announce.
I talked to several customers during the last several weeks. They all wanted to know what Cisco is doing further to help them deal with the wave of cloud computing, video, and mobility. In my previous post From San Jose to London I summarized these questions:
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Tags: campus switching, cisco live, Cisco Live London, data center switching, switching, tco
So we’ve wrapped up another exciting day in London!
Today we saw Padmasree Warrior’s keynote address “Zero to Zetta,” learned more about Cisco’ World of Solutions, met a lot of great customers, and saw a lot of great demos!
One of the demos we had on display today was our “Converged Industrial Wireless” demonstration. In the video below, you will see Mark Bakker, our Business Development Manager for Industrial Automation for Solutions Ecosystems, talk about his experience at Cisco Live UK. He also talks about all of Cisco’s partnerships in Industrial Automation, including Honeywell, Rockwell, Panduit, and OSIsoft and our work with Secure Wireless Networking. If you speak Dutch, please send us a translation of what he says at the end!
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Tags: #CLEUR, Cisco, Cisco Live UK, Converged Industrial Ethernet, Converged Industrial Wireless, Dave Bell, honeywell, Industrial Infrastructure, Industrial Intelligence, Industrial Work Enablement, M2M, Manufacturing, Mark Bakker, OSI, Panduit, Rockwell Automation, Tony Alexander
For anyone who has ventured to a tech conference, flown into an airport or even driven down CA highway 101 this past year, it’s clear that cloud is still top of mind for many technical and business decision makers. We believe this means that enterprises are no longer just talking the talk, but are looking deeper into their networking infrastructure to see if they are ready to meet the challenges of cloud, virtualization and workload mobility. At Cisco, it is our job to help build clouds that can handle elastic demand and efficiently use the networking infrastructure at both a virtual and physical level. This week, we are announcing several key upgrades to the Nexus 1000V family that bring scalability and cloud readiness to the network.
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Tags: cloud, data center security, gary kinghorn, network virtualization, Nexus 1000v, Nexus 1010, Nexus 1010-X, Tina Feng, virtual networking, Virtual Security Gateway, vPath, vsg, VXLAN
Cisco is announcing this week a new member of the Nexus 1000V virtualization infrastructure portfolio, the Nexus 1010-X virtual services appliance. The new Nexus 1010-X is an extended version of the existing Nexus 1010 appliance, and represents a larger, more scalable and cost-efficient configuration for larger data center deployments and cloud applications. What is a virtual services appliance and why should customers use it? The Cisco Nexus 1010 and 1010-X provide improved management, scalability and visibility in environments running the Nexus 1000V virtual switch and the VMware vSphere hypervisor. Read More »
Tags: Network Analysis Module, Nexus 1000v, Nexus 1010, Nexus 1010-X, Virtual Security Gateway
Do you know how networks will transition from IPv4 to IPv6?
If you aren’t planning to attend the V6 World Congress next week let me invite you to a webinar on Wednesday February 8, 2012 at 1:00 PM New York / 6:00 PM London time. . Besides the vendor perspective from Cisco and other industry participants, this event hosted by Heavy Reading Read More »
Tags: Alan Breznick, cable, Cisco, comcast, Cox, Fred Baker, heavy reading, IPv6, Service Provider, Time Warner