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Cisco announced “security without borders” at RSA

Cisco had a formidable presence at the recent RSA tradeshow in San Francisco, CA, one of the most significant industry events for security professionals. Cisco strengthened its commitment to delivering “security without borders” by announcing several elements including Cisco’s security strategy and vision for borderless networks, a major announcement for Cisco secure mobility, a new solution that redefines endpoint security and the VPN experience, and enhancements to the identity and policy portfolio, including expansion of the TrustSec solution.

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The Foundation of the Next-Generation Internet & the Voice of the Customer

In support of today’s announcement introducing the CRS-3, I had the opportunity to sit down with Keith Cambron, CEO of AT&T Labs at their Floram Park, NJ facility.  During our conversation Keith commented directly on the changing market dynamics and traffic patterns and also on the significance of today’s news announcing the CRS-3 and AT&T’s successful 100Gbps field trial using the CRS-3 as a foundational platform.  Click the image below to view the video in its entirety.

 

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RSA is almost here!

The RSA Conference is being held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco from March 1-5, 2010. As one of the most importance security-related tradeshows, it’s important for security professional to stay abreast of the announcements.

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Cisco IP NGN Becomes Even More End to End

The Cisco end-to-end IP NGN just became even more comprehensive.

Thanks to the acquisition of Starent.

Cisco has expanded the ASR Series platforms with the ASR 5000, as a result of the Starent purchase finalized just before Christmas.  The ASR 5000 gives Cisco an even better IP NGN offering for mobile operators, who are struggling to deal with exploding mobile Internet traffic, multimedia applications and demanding consumers.  

 

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No Surprise — Mobile Data Traffic Keeps Growing

Global mobile data traffic will continue to rapidly increase through 2014, according to the the latest update to Cisco’s VNI Mobile Forecast for 2009-2014.  No surprise there. 

But the details are sometimes surprising, often mind-boggling.

 

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