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FC or FCoE ..that is not the question

Today Bob Nusbaum, from Cisco Data Center Switching Technology Group is on stage to  invite you to attend his session at EMC World 2010 on Monday 10th at 8:00am

Like Bob’s style and sense of humor or not, his point is very important. There are a lot of conversations in the market on FCoE, and we believe at Cisco that this protocol is very important. But we recognize at the same time that the realistic, practical and effective approach is a multiprotocol deployment in order to accommodate the various needs of our customers. So please listen to Bob and..enjoy the show

If you are in Boston next week, don’t hesitate in addition of attending Bob’s session to stop by at our booth (#600), to discover the topics and solutions, described below  which can be of a great interest for you.

Theater presentation topics include 

  • Vblock Design and Implementation: Accelerating Your Time to Private Cloud Services
  • Virtualized Computing Environment Update: A Perspective on Vblocks
  • Microsoft Exchange Server 2010 Mailbox Role Performance Scalability on Cisco Unified Computing Systems B200 and B250 Blade Servers
  • Workload Mobility Across Data Centers with innovations from VMware, Cisco, and EMC
  • Cisco’s Storage Area Networks Strategy
  • FC or FCoE: That Is Not the Question
  • Connectrix MDS 9148: Good Things in a New, Small Package
  • UCS and EMC Joint Solutions
  • The Virtualized Data Center Architecture
  • Implementing Cisco Data Center 3.0: Cisco IT and Moses Cone Health System
  • The Time Is Now for FCoE: Server Access Layer
  • Cisco UCS Solving Business Challenges: Moses Cone Health System
  • Virtualized Computing Environment: Accelerating the Journey to the Private Cloud

To learn more about the multiple Cisco activities at EMC World 2010 , please click here 

I will be there as well and hope to meet you during the conference ..and maybe to videotape you as a theater play actor, if you are in the mood !



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