#GameChanger is the one word we used to describe the new branch router: ISR 4451-X. We said it was designed from the ground up with rich services and application delivery in mind. How did we do that? Two words: Service Containers.
Service Containers are embedded into the router hardware itself, making it easy for you to manage and operate network services and applications. Services and applications are protected within each container, making it possible for each service to perform at the level that you need to, but also gives you the flexibility as its embedded nature entails. And since these containers can talk to each other even if they are on a separate device, you get high availability for your branch automatically. Read More »
On March 12th, Cisco announced the ISR-AX and how Cisco is changing the game, reducing complexity and making it simpler for enterprises to deliver and manage application delivery to users. Cisco is expanding the role of our Integrated Service Routers (ISRs) to deliver application-centric networks that provide granular visibility, control, and optimization without additional devices or bandwidth upgrades -- Cisco® Application Experience (AX) Router family is now a part of the ISR family of routers! The Cisco ISR-AX Routers directly integrate Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS), Application Visibility and Control (AVC), Data/IPBase and Security services into a platform that is simple to order, configure, and deploy for secure, optimized cloud connectivity and branch-office routing. The Cisco ISR G2 and ISR-AX Routers are based on the same hardware and software that you know and love and are deploying today. Today I wanted to go into the technical details of each of the components. Read More »
This is our sixth preview of what Cisco will be showcasing at the 102nd National Retail Federation Convention and Expo on January 14 and 15, 2013 in New York City.
Today’s retail stores need be more technology enabled than ever before supporting new generation of shoppers that expect a convergence of physical and digital experiences. Today’s retail information technology teams need to enable mobility, cloud computing and video technologies to create a create a compelling shopping environment.
Thinking about moving your document collaboration to the cloud? How about data backup? Want printing using the cloud? You know there are benefits to moving applications to the cloud such as greater flexibility, lower costs and reduced operational demands and you’ve probably discussed this transition with your application team. But have you had this discussion with the network team? Read More »
Integrated Services Approach is validated by the Market
Just this week, Infonetics Research reported that Cisco, who has led the industry in its transition to voice-over-IP, has now emerged as the new market share leader for enterprise session border controllers (SBC) in SIP trunking deployments.