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Cisco Completes TANDBERG Offer

We have completed our voluntary offer on TANDBERG, a global leader in video communications. The close of this transaction, and the consequent creation of an extensive combined product portfolio, accelerate Cisco’s vision of changing the way people communicate and collaborate by delivering simple, unique and interoperable collaboration experiences. The full TANDBERG product line is now part of the Cisco TelePresence™ portfolio. Throug…

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Innovation: Then and Now @ Interop 2010

The saying goes that to know where you are going, you have to know where you have been.  And so I reflected on next week’s Borderless Networks events at Interop 2010.  Interop has been around for a long time; over 20 years.  And during that time, there is no question that innovation has changed the way we live, learn, work and play.   The very first Interop show in 1985 was all about TCP/IP.  Dan Lynch, the &ldquo…

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Cisco Completes TANDBERG Offer

Today, Cisco announced it has completed the acquisition of TANDBERG, a global leader in video communications.  The close of this transaction, and the consequent creation of an extensive combined product portfolio, accelerate Cisco’s vision of changing the way people communicate and collaborate by delivering simple, unique and interoperable collaboration experiences. The full TANDBERG product line is now part of the Cisco TelePresence…

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Using the NLR for WAN Backbone Bandwidth

Cisco supports more than 60 percent of its global employee population in the United States, and Cisco network traffic is growing on the North American backbone WAN at a faster rate than anywhere else in the world.  Cisco’s North American backbone connects the company’s San Jose, California, headquarters with other large Cisco locations, including Richardson, Texas (our new primary production data center), and Raleigh, North Caro…

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CiscoGeeks Survey: Network Operators Indicate Borderless Network Priorities

When it comes to your network, what’s most important to you? It seems like such a simple question. And yet, ask 50 different network operators and you can be guaranteed to get a rather wide range of responses. That’s what we did recently on the CiscoGeeks twitter feed. Now granted, the sample size is small. (We actually ended up with 51 respondents.) And it is certainly a biased set of respondents – CiscoGeeks twitter followers…

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