Cisco Blogs
Share
tweet

Networkers Announcement…

- June 21, 2007 - 0 Comments

I wanted to send a quick invite out to our readers about Cisco Networkers coming up in Anaheim the last week of July. Networkers is Cisco’s main user conference, customer appreciation event, training/recertification venue, etc. This year we are also having a very special Data Center track at Networkers for deep-dives into DC architecture, product design, etc.Also at Networkers we are announcing Cisco’s next-phase of our Data Center Strategy and Vision……this will include some insight into significant new developments in the Data Center that will change the way they are designed and operated, will discuss how we build next-generation infrastructure platforms, how we are investing into technologies to augment server virtualization efforts, how we drive storage virtualization through the SAN, and how the network in collaboration with Web2.0 technologies can enhance application development, delivery, and execution, and even some insight into new memory architectures that will change how all of our infrastructure is designed. We will also showcase tools for rapid provisioning of data center services and a new tool to derisk your Data Cneter deployments.I’d like to encourage you to come and attend – there is a press conference, deep-dive training and seminars, and even a fireside chat with Tom Edsall (lead architect on the Catalyst 5000, Catalyst 6500, MDS 9500, and our next-generation platform developments) and George Kurian (GM of our Application Networking Business Unit). This is a sneak-peek into the future for our top customers and we’d like to encourage you to attend and then of course join the party.Doug

Leave a comment

We'd love to hear from you! To earn points and badges for participating in the conversation, join Cisco Social Rewards. Your comment(s) will appear instantly on the live site. Spam, promotional and derogatory comments will be removed.

In an effort to keep conversations fresh, Cisco Blogs closes comments after 60 days. Please visit the Cisco Blogs hub page for the latest content.

Share
tweet