When some of the largest companies in the world get together and demand choice, it means that any vendor interested in delivering solutions had better be creating architectural flexibility. And not just architectural flexibility, but also creating and enabling an open ecosystem with market leaders across a broad range of capabilities.
At a time when some vendors are moving towards vertically integrated solutions, limiting customer choice, Cisco continues to be committed to open standards and open architectures within the Data Center. This model has enabled tremendous growth in the Internet, and with more systems being interconnected (Internet, Public/Private Cloud, Mobile) the need for interoperability has never been greater. Read More »
Its interesting to now be talking about moving ‘beyond’ with regards to virtualization. Its been such a hot topic with such a wealth of new technology-new problems that reveal themselves only to be addressed in creative ways.
Welcome to the shownotes for our latest Data Center focused show…this one is a deep dive around multiple new technology announcements. If for some reason you are just now reading this and have not watched the show…I encourage to you to check it out right away…these notes make much more sense in the context of of our video…Heres the teaser to get you started…
So what are the most intriguing items covered in this one?
Calling on your mobile in the office, and seeing the bill at the end of the month, makes you wish you could use your mobile on your office phone network. In my last blog (“Dual-mode phones: Challenges for an Enterprise Deployment“) I described how dual mode phones can provide that, by connecting to your office phone network via wireless LAN (802.11 wireless) whenever free wireless Internet access is available to let you do that.