Guest Blog by Igor Dayen, SP Product and Solutions Marketing
Optical transport has been transformed as integrated high-performance Digital Signal Processing has enabled vendors such as Cisco to squeeze more capacity at greater distances than ever before. Advanced modulation techniques and Forward Error Correction are now commonly deployed. Cisco NCS 2000 platform can drive up to 140 channels, ranging up to 200 Gbps each, with the ability to drive 100 Gbps channels to over 4000 km.
Now we’re seeing the same concept appear in the cable space as DOCIS 3.1 sets the stage for new levels of both HFC throughput and capacity optimization. Imagine being able to get an extra 20%-30% of bandwidth out of your existing cable plant without replacing it? DOCIS 3.1 promises to make this a reality.
Cisco’s flagship cable access router, the Cisco cBR-8 Converged Broadband Router was Read More »
Tags: cable, cable access, cBR-8, ccap, cmts, convergence, D3.1, docsis, DOCSIS3.1, epn, NCS 2000, Optical, remote phy, RPHY, scte, SDN, Service Provider, SP
By Igor Dayen, SP Product and Solutions Marketing
When I look at the sky, I see an infinite number of stars. It is a moment of inspiration when I gaze at the sky in hope of spotting something miraculous. Looking at the Telecom industry and its new innovations, I feel the same. A new star is rising almost every day. Well … to find Cisco innovations and its stars look no further: the Service provider booth at Cisco Live Milan 2015 is bringing everything that you every wished to see under the stardom of the service provider. Please let me take you through the “starlog” of innovations and demos that will be available for you to engage in and learn about how they advance your business.
Stardate 2015. You may know that the Cisco NVI forecast predicts significant traffic growth and Moore’s Law has never failed us. Therefore Cisco’s service provider strategy is to stay ahead of the curve and deliver SP solutions to Read More »
Tags: asr 9000, autonomic networking, cisco live, Cisco Live Milan, Cloud VPN, convergence, Core Networks, epn, esp, evolved programmable network, evolved services platform, IP and Optical, NCS 2000, NCS 4000, NCS 6000, network function virtualization, NFV, nV technology, open network architecture, Optical Networks, QvBN, QvPC, SDN, segment routing, Service Provider, Service Provider Strategy, software defined networks, SP, SP Strategy, virtualization, virtualized managed services, vMS
The service provider environment is going through unprecedented change, requiring service providers to respond quickly to new market trends in order to stay competitive, monetize new services and drive optimization while continuing to deliver “carrier class” services ubiquitously.
Additionally, the increased emphasis on cloud computing is placing new demands on the network. For cloud services to be seamless, the underlying network must be intelligent, carrier-class and virtualized.
But as the saying goes, with change comes opportunity, and for partners the evolving service provider market opportunity is huge. Just how big are we talking? Take a look at the figures below.
Source: Infonetics Research
These numbers only address the pure technology opportunities; the Internet of Everything (IoE) is the other key ingredient to this story, an opportunity estimated at $19 trillion. Today, 70 percent of people and 99 percent of things are not connected. As new industries emerge around IoE, the solutions that will be introduced will need service providers to provide the connectivity and often times the value-added services. Read More »
Tags: asr 9000, carrier class, Cisco, cloud, CRS internet of things, epn, esp, InterCloud, IoT, iot specializations, IP NGN, mobility, NCS 2000, NFV, partner, routing, SDN, Service Provider, small cell, SP, sp specializations, SP WiFi, specializations
By Igor Dayen, Manager, SP Product and Solutions Marketing
The excitement starts on November 3rd in Cancun, Mexico where Cisco is holding our next Cisco Live event. A great opportunity for the service provider community to study with industry experts, get inspired, and understand how Cisco’s Open Network strategy can fast track their growth. In the World of Solutions the SP booth is hosting numerous demos and live equipment which tell the story of how Cisco is helping carriers address their business requirements.
Cisco Live is known for the extensive number of breakout technical sessions, and Cancun will be no different. Hot topics such as NFV and SDN will be extensively covered. Read More »
Tags: cancun, Cisco, cisco live, Cisco Live LA, cloud, epn, esp, NCS 2000, NCS 4000, NFV, SDN, Service Provider, SP
By Leonard Luna, Senior Marketing Manager, Cisco Service Provider Solutions
This past March at OFC/NFOEC’14 in San Francisco, California, Cisco was a once again a significant part of the leading edge dialog. Organizers took full advantage of the dynamic Moscone Center facilities to create a highly compelling environment for suppliers, analysts, industry experts and end users to collaborate on optical and networking solutions. The event was very successful for Cisco from both a face-to-face and social media perspective.
Above: View onsite observations from Sanjeev Mervana, Cisco Sr. Director Product & Solution Marketing, direct from Cisco booth at OFC’14
This year, we leveraged one of our largest booths ever to create some ambitious live demos showcasing how Evolved Programmable Networks (EPN) are designed to handle the challenges and opportunities presented by the Internet of Everything. The entire Network Convergence System (NCS 6000, 4000 and 2000) was live within the booth, and one year after its introduction at OFC, an expanded Cisco CPAK family of transceiver modules was also featured, including the LR4, SR10, ER4 and show favorite – the Cisco CPAK 10 x 10G LR solution.
If you missed your opportunity to engage with Cisco at OFC’14, you can view the following video demos created right on the show floor to see a few of our attendee’s favorites: Read More »
Tags: CPAK, demos, epn, evolved programmable network, ncs, NCS 2000, NCS 4000, network, Network Convergence System, OFC, OFC/NFOEC, Optical, Service Provider, solution