Security has never been more critical for service providers. As Sanjeev Mervana said in his recent blog: Security has become a service provider imperative. it is a key enabler for open and programmable networks that enhances business agility and profitability. With secure networks, emerging video, wireless mobility, Internet of Everything (IoE) and cloud services can more reliably drive new revenue opportunities and business outcomes. Unfortunately, cyber adversaries exploit the growing attack surface that these services expose by launching more sophisticated attacks that impact both the service provider and their customers.
Until now, the only viable approach for service providers to protect their networks has been to Read More »
Tags: attacks, Cisco, Cisco EPN, cisco live, esp, firepower 9300, secure networks, security, service providers, threat protection
Summer is officially in full swing. My kids have finished with another school year. Our family vacation has been planned. When the family is away on vacation together, I worry a bit about the safety and security of our home, our personal information and of course our physical well-being when traveling. Still, even with ever more creative ways for cyber adversaries to disrupt our lives, for the most part, the systems in place have been successful at helping us avoid major catastrophe.
Our service provider customers are no different: They also worry about the safety and security of their networks and infrastructures Read More »
Tags: Cisco, Cisco VNI, Cisco’s Evolved Programmable Network (EPN), Cloud VPN, firepower 9300, mobile devices, NFV, SDN, security, Service Provider
Last week, we were thrilled to receive the news that Infonetics scored Cisco Policy Suite as a Leader in the Policy Management Scorecard. Cisco was one of only two leaders recognized by Infonetics in this space and was recognized for building “… up its position in the market rapidly after its acquisition of BroadHop, demonstrating strong momentum around policy virtualization.”
As the Cisco Visual Networking Index reports, there will be Read More »
Tags: #CLUS, Cisco, Cisco Policy Suite, Cisco VNI, connections, mobile, mobility, policy management, service providers
By Yves Padrines, Vice President & General Manager Cable, Media and Video, Cisco EMEAR
The summer trade show cycle wheels into Cologne, Germany this week for ANGA COM, expected to draw around 17,000 attendees and 450 exhibitors from 34 countries. Cisco is excited to be there to spend time with customers and partners, and showcase our latest innovations.
With the exception of regulatory considerations, the scene is pretty much constant across North America and in Europe: The need for accelerated broadband speeds is sparking innovation in the Read More »
Tags: ANGA CO, broadband, cbr8, Cisco, Cisco Videoscape, ott, Service Provider, videoscape
We introduced a ground breaking “megatest” back in March 2015, validating Cisco’s service provider Virtualization and Cloud portfolio. During that test, conducted independently by LightReading and EANTC, they showed how carriers could start the journey to offer virtualized services in a multi-vendor environment. A key point was that no matter where operators are in the process – design, implement, or monetize – the technology is mature enough to deploy today.
Some of you may want to check out the solution in person – and if you’re going to San Diego or Chicago next week then you’re in luck. Here’s what we’ve got going on: Read More »
Tags: Big Telecom, BTE, Cisco, ciscolive, EANTC, wae