When we last tuned in we discussed how the IPv6 certification process is designed to ensure devices properly implement the IPv6 protocol and interoperate with all other certified components. It was also mentioned that, with the level of revenue generated by today’s public network, the owners of these networks are hesitant to fully implement the protocol with fears of instability. The world’s governments are leading the efforts in proving this network stability by designing their next generation networks around the IPv6 protocol.
It is quite a busy time of year for us over here at Cisco as we just finished up the DoDIIS conference and next week we will be hosting our annual Federal User Forum (April 17 & 18) in Reston, Virginia. Join government and industry experts for a valuable event that will examine Cisco’s industry-leading solutions designed specifically to help federal organizations collaborate with greater efficiency and success. If you are a federal customer (not open to Cisco partners) and would like to attend, click here to register.
This is a great opportunity to speak one-on-one with leading Cisco executives to learn how Cisco can help your organization.
Our event features an all-star lineup of speakers including: David M. Mihelcic, CTO of Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) and Todd Cox, lead computer specialist for Bioinformatics and Information Technology, National Cancer Institute.
The Global Certification Team (GCT) is thrilled to announce that the ISR 881W/881GW has completed the FIPS certification process. The official listing has been posted to the NIST website, being awarded certificate #1700, as FIPS 140-2, Level 2 Certified.
The Cisco 881W and Cisco 881GW ISR’s provide connectivity and security services in a single, secure device. These routers offer broadband speeds and simplified management to small businesses, and enterprise small branch and teleworkers. The module is also a wireless access point that provide secure wireless access to clients.
Cisco Updates Mobile Ready Net Portfolio for Use by First Responders, Military and Government Markets
Cisco today announced enhancements to its 5900 Series Embedded Services Router (ESR) product line, including the 5940 ESR and 5915 ESR, to bring improved performance and added features to the ruggedized routers. The updates expand the capabilities of Cisco Mobile Ready Net solution architecture, establishing a scalable mobile network that connects organizational resources with a high degree of security to connect users how, when and where they need.
The Cisco Mobile Ready Net solution is the platform for extending information sharing and collaboration to highly mobile users, even those operating in the most severe and remote locations. The solution’s architecture targets the critical challenges of mobile networking environments, including size, weight, power, router-radio integration and ad hoc networking.
Enhancements to the 5900 Series ESR include IP Multiplexing, WAAS Express, improved performance, support for an extended number of Call Manager Express end points, Dynamic Link Exchange Protocol (DLEP), Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS), Common Criteria, USGv6 and IPv6 Ready Logo certification and much more.
For more information, please visit:
- Visit: Cisco Mobile Ready Net
- Visit: Cisco Updates Mobile Ready Net Portfolio 5900 Series Embedded Services Routers for Personnel Operating Beyond the Reach of Traditional Fixed-Network Infrastructure
- Watch: Ric Chavez on IP Multiplexing
- For more information about the Cisco 5940 or 5915 Embedded Services Routers, visit http://www.cisco.com/go/5900
Tags: 5900 series, 5915, 5940, Cisco Mobile Ready Net, CMRN, communications, embedded services router, ESR, GGSG, global government solutions group, mobile network of the future, secure data, video, Voice
This week the best in government gathered in Denver for the 2012 Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems (DoDIIS) Worldwide Conference and we’d like to share a few themes we saw as well as excerpts from some of the conversations we had with Cisco booth visitors.
First of all, we’d like to thank everyone that stopped by our booth; we had a lot of traffic and received amazing feedback on all of the products we demoed.