Expanding Borderless Networks: New Routing, Switching, Security, and Mobility
Today’s Power of Participation launch delivers new innovations in Borderless Networks for video, energy management, security, and mobility.
Yes, that’s right! Cisco is introducing new products and services across all the functional elements of its Borderless Network Architecture—routing, switching, wireless, and security portfolios. Notable additions include our highest-performing Adaptive Security Appliance firewall, Catalyst switch, and compact ASR 1000 router in their classes, new entry-level 802.11n wireless access points for smaller businesses, and offerings that accelerate application performance physically and virtually across networks.
Of course, as channel partners, you may be wondering, how can you take advantage of these new offerings? Watch our video with Wenceslao Lada (VP Partner Sales and Practice Management, Borderless Networks) as he explains the news and what it means for partners.
Want to learn more?
Borderless Networks is about an architectural approach in which routing, switching, and mobility all work together to empower customers and their employees to connect anywhere, anytime, on any device securely, reliably, and seamlessly.
With these new innovations in Borderless Networks, partners can:
- Expand your pipeline and grow revenues by delivering high value services to customers
- Engage new customers and tap into your existing customer base for migration opportunities with new additions to our routing, switching, wireless, security, and services portfolios
- Increase speed in planning, design, and deployment of a network architecture.
Want to learn more?
Head over to the Borderless Networks page for an overview at a glance, a how-to-sell guide, training, demos, and tech breakouts.
To learn more, visit the Borderless Networks partner community where subject-matter experts will answer your questions.
And to find out how to sell Borderless Networks solutions to your customers, learn about ROI, view a two-page quick reference guide, and PowerPoint learning module, visit the Cisco Advanced Services training site.
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