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So what’s a cloud….

Cloud Computing Circa 1998Networks have historically been depicted as clouds. Why? I always wondered that. Most likely because it was an easy way to depict something ubiquitous (clouds are pretty much everywhere), something nebulous (because its form and shape changes as nodes are added and/or removed), and something powerful (clouds can become storms). Read More »

Cisco & Ovum Analyst Discuss Data Center Trends at Interop

Doug Gourlay, senior director, Data Center Solutions at Cisco and Mark Seery, vice president of Switching & Routing at Ovum RHK, discuss data center trends at Interop 2008. These include consolidation, Fiber Channel over Ethernet (FCoE), SFP+, Twinax cabling, and new products.Cisco Data Center Solutions

Interop 2008 Winner Networking & Application Best of Award

Cisco WAE 674 and Cisco WAAS v4.1 is the recipient for providing application optimization, services for customers to improve application performance over Wide Area Networks.Cisco Wide Area Application Engine (WAE) AppliancesCisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) Software

Interop 2008 Winner Best of Award for Infrastructure

Cisco Nexus 7000 Series is the recipient of Interop 2008 Product of the Year. It is the first Data Center class switch in the Nexus portfolio offering transport flexibility, operational continuity and infrastructure scalability.Cisco Nexus 7000 Series

Live from Interop 2008: Community Weighs in on Top Data Center Trends….Cast your vote now”¦.

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