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
Written By Sultan Dawood, Marketing Manager
Internet of Things, Cloud Computing, SDN, NFV, Next generation Data Centers and Wireless Broadband are all technology themes that were discussed at the annual Interop 2014 show in Tokyo, Japan this week.
The week-long event which was co-located with IMC Tokyo 2014, DSJ 2014, Apps Japan and Location Business Japan 2014 saw over 140,000 attendees. With participation from 100+ vendors, Cisco led the event as one of three Global Partner Sponsors and provided one of the keynotes presented by David Ward, Senior Vice President and Chief Technology Officer. Read More »
Tags: aggregation services router 9000, interop, ncs, NCS 6000, Network Convergence System, Nexus 9000
Cisco innovations have driven the Internet far beyond its original purpose to a network that can handle voice, video, cloud, and mobile services. Now we’re seeing a new Internet on the horizon – the Internet of Everything. In fact by 2017 IP traffic is estimated to grow to 1.4 zettabytes as more programmable devices such as smart phones, tablets, and sensor or machine-driven traffic rapidly come on line. Consider this – just this week there will be more than 26 million new programmable devices added to the Internet or twice the entire population of Mumbai.
This means that managing bandwidth growth isn’t enough anymore. The network must evolve to a multidimensional network, scaling to effectively manage machine-driven events, support ultra, high-definition video applications, and enable new custom-made services. It must also scale up and down with elasticity and be highly programmable, while integrating seamlessly with today’s network, data centers, and applications.
It’s a tall order, but we’re ready today with the announcement of the only such system on the planet. We call it the Network Convergence System—or Read More »
Tags: #SystemForIoE, ASR9000, Cisco, Cisco Network Convergence System, CRS, Internet of Everything, IoE, ncs, NCS 2000, NCS 4000, NCS 6000, NCS2000, NCS4000, NCS6000, Network Convergence System, nPower, Service Provider