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Frost & Sullivan Movers & Shakers Spotlight Cisco Internet Routing in Space

- May 15, 2012 - 0 Comments

Earlier this year, Frost & Sullivan presented Cisco’s Internet Routing in Space (IRIS) with its 2012 Global Satellite Transponder Technology Innovation Award for unrivaled accomplishments in the satellite industry.

Cisco IRIS allows space and satellite communications to take full advantage of the value and capability of networking. It extends the benefits of the Internet Protocol (IP) to satellite communications, which have traditionally used proprietary protocols that are difficult to operate within conventional IP-based wireline and wireless networks.

Watch below as Brad Boston, senior vice president, Global Government Solutions and Corporate Security Programs Security Group,Cisco and Rufus Connell, vice president, Frost & Sullivan discuss how Cisco’s IRIS solution is enabling the evolution of satellite networks.

After the jump, check out Tony Jeffs, Cisco director of marketing, accepting the award and discussing the program during the March 2012 Frost & Sullivan award ceremony in Coronado, California.

Brad Boston, senior vice president, Global Government Solutions and Corporate Security Programs Security Group, Cisco and Rufus Connell, vice president, Frost & Sullivan discuss how Cisco’s IRIS solution is enabling the evolution of satellite networks.

Frost & Sullivan presents Tony Jeffs, director of marketing, Cisco with the 2012 Global Satellite Transponder Technology Innovation Award.

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