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A Week In the Life of the ASR 9000 Series

We had an excellent time in Las Vegas at Cisco Live 2011, despite outside temperatures breaking 100 degrees (38C) at times!   While things were hot at the show, things were just as active on the customer momentum front for the Cisco ASR 9000 Series.  We were able to announce two new customers that join the more than 500 customers of the platform worldwide:  PCCW in Hong Kong and Polish Telecom (Telekomunikacja Polska, or TP Group). Despite their…


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Shannon McFarland on IPv6 at Cisco Live 2011

Jennifer Geisler speaks with  Shannon McFarland, Corporate Consulting Engineer in the Office of the CTO, Cisco about the common questions regarding IPv6 deployment including such topics as campus, WAN/branch and data centers….


Cisco Live 2011 Industrial Intelligence Day Customer feedback – “A Great Success”

…acturing was headed. There was continued strong audience participation with delegates asking about the need for IPv6, convergence RoI, MES standards, customer investment priorities and how the convergence also includes software apps, business architectures and process change. All in all a fascinating day of presentations, discussions and questions and answers. All delegates agreed on the value and are looking forward to a repeat next year. When I…


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News from Cisco Live! – Announcing Cisco Network Registrar Jumpstart

…Both Service Provider and Enterprise customers are looking for solutions to help them manage the transition to IPv6. We’re also hearing more on the importance of reliable DNS and DHCP the keys to reliable connectivity and internet access. The internet is becoming increasingly critical to all types of businesses and outages can lead to revenue loss not just inconvenience. To help Enterprises and Service Providers get fast time-to-value from highl…


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Lighting up Cisco Live 2011 Vegas!

…. You can check out NCS on the monitors outside the NOC and in the Cisco booth. We’ve also got full support for IPv6 connectivity for the WiFi network this year. I talk to a lot of our customers and partners while doing my day job and IPv6 has been coming up more and more lately. Some are embracing it, while others are being dragged kicking and screaming towards the inevitable. In any case, IPv6 is finally here and it’ll be an interesting ride ov…