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What’s the Deal with Cisco’s Next-Gen Routers?

- December 15, 2009 - 0 Comments

Cisco’s new ISR G2 routers may not sound like a big deal. That is, until you look a little deeper…

With Cisco’s nearly 80% market share and $10 billion ($US) install base of legacy routers that are ripe for refresh, this is an ideal way for you to upgrade customers’ older technology and bundle additional managed services in the process.

Add to that the new router’s capabilities: up five times faster “speeds and feeds” than the current platform, virtualization, video, and operational cost reductions. (No, it doesn’t make coffee, but hopefully that will be a feature next time.)

To get the insider information about the new router and services, watch this video interview featuring Cisco’s Todd Roth and Brian Ryder filmed a week after the ISR G2 launch:

Click here to learn more about Cisco ISR G2 routers. And, click here to find out about Cisco Managed Services and Service Provider opportunities.

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