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More on the Dynamic Data Center

- January 27, 2009 - 3 Comments

Here is a quick little Q&A with Doug around the virtualized, dynamic data center. To see the entire Infrastructure 2.0 panel discussion, check it out here.

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  1. Doug:Here is more Doug, courtesy of YouTube and the Infrastructure 2.0 panel now viewable: done!Greg

  2. great video conversation. i have often wondered if csco was thinking in these terms. Thanks for sharing this it was a good snip of a conversation.

  3. Thank you Omar for putting a photo of me up that p[eople can reuse to augment their attempts at getting rid of rats, cockroaches, and other nefarious pests. Probably works well for sub-par networking equipmetn and non-innovative product lines too. Maybe we can go do a video from Barcelona this afternoon of our upcoming press release on the Nexus 18-Slot Chassis with 512 10GbE Ports. That's only like four-times what some other companies ship, the self-same companies that have historically touted the cost/benefits of density.Oh, we are also putting out the Nexus 5010, a 20-port 10GbE Wire-Rate, Cut-Through, Low-Layency, 1RU, FCoE Capable, Data Center Fabric Switch- the little brother of the 5020 that just won an award for Best Data Center Fabric Switch.""And then there is the Fabric Extender... I'll wait for the Press Briefing or Omar or someone to commetn on this little gem... what the heck, let's redefine networking architectures while we are at it today.. a year later... dg"