Cisco today announced enhancements to its 5900 Series Embedded Services Router (ESR) product line, including the 5940 ESR and 5915 ESR, to bring improved performance and added features to the ruggedized routers. The updates expand the capabilities of Cisco Mobile Ready Net solution architecture, establishing a scalable mobile network that connects organizational resources with a high degree of security to connect users how, when and where they need.
The Cisco Mobile Ready Net solution is the platform for extending information sharing and collaboration to highly mobile users, even those operating in the most severe and remote locations. The solution’s architecture targets the critical challenges of mobile networking environments, including size, weight, power, router-radio integration and ad hoc networking.
Enhancements to the 5900 Series ESR include IP Multiplexing, WAAS Express, improved performance, support for an extended number of Call Manager Express end points, Dynamic Link Exchange Protocol (DLEP), Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS), Common Criteria, USGv6 and IPv6 Ready Logo certification and much more.
The Cisco vision of the mobile network of the future is one that continuously adapts, enabling people to connect and communicate how, when, and where they need to, without relying on pre-defined fixed infrastructure. This is exemplified by the Cisco Mobile Ready Net solution architecture.
In a split-second world where the stakes can be extremely high, mobile users are working beyond the boundaries of traditional networks. People who perform vital functions like police officers, first responders and firefighters, defense and military personnel managing disaster recovery or running planes, trains or ships must be able to connect, collaborate and share information in any format, from anywhere at anytime with no stopping to set-up a network.
The 5900 Series Embedded Services Routers fit perfectly into this solution by providing highly secure data, voice, and video communications to stationary and mobile network nodes across wired and wireless links. That is why it is a pleasure to announce updates to the 5940 Embedded Services Router and the launch of the 5915 Embedded Services Router today!
Watch below as Brad Boston, senior vice president, Cisco Global Government Solutions Group discusses the enhancements and launch and be sure to visit http://www.cisco.com/go/5900 for additional information!
I’m here in Las Vegas and aside from enjoying a frosty beverage or two by the pool and betting my next paycheck at the Black Jack tables, I’m attending Cisco Live 2011. This annual education and training event is like the World Cup of networking events, where IT, networking, and communications professionals join Cisco experts and partners to learn, connect, and collaborate.
There are so many different sessions and keynotes taking place at Cisco Live this week, but don’t worry if you can’t attend every event. I’ll be posting daily recaps here on the Channels blog, talking to partners at the conference, covering the big news, as well as sending out live tweets.
Cisco Live 2011 officially kicks off tomorrow with a keynote and welcome address from Chairman and CEO John Chambers. John is slated to discuss the future of networking and communication technology, and the ways it will transform business practices, education, and social relationships.
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Hi! I’m Kati Dahm, and I am interning in with the Social Media Communications Team for the summer. Today marks the end of my first two weeks of working at Cisco, and I can already say that it has been very exciting. I’ve set up my cubicle and my laptop, and met the people in the surrounding workspaces. I’ve already had many valuable learning experiences, from learning how to dial into a WebEx call to where the café is (important!). As I continue my time at Cisco, I will update my readers on my interning adventures- which may not always turn out to be what you expect. Interns have gone to Vegas, made videos and even rapped. Who knows what they’ll have me do?
Facebook was the humble beginning to my social media obsession. I signed up for an account my freshman year of high school, and I was hooked. Twitter was more of a college thing. It was in to tweet about the cool things you were doing with your other friends that were in touch enough to have their own handles. In April, when I got an exciting offer to be an intern at Cisco, I couldn’t say no. This brings me to where I am today, blogging about different companies and how they communicate their news through various channels such as social media tools and corporate newsrooms. I will be examining and analyzing these channels and bringing them back here to determine the best forms of communication that businesses can utilize. In my opinion, this is one of the most important things businesses can do so that they stay engaged in what their target audience is reacting and responding to. I look forward to hearing from you over the duration of my internship, along with any ideas, questions or commentary you may have in regard to my posts.