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Cisco Announces Research and Administrative Computing for Higher Education

October 19, 2010 - 0 Comments

As we face the combined challenges and opportunities presented by globalization, technology acceleration, and demographic shifts, competition is increasing, and innovation is becoming more and more critical for companies and countries to succeed and stay ahead of the curve.


This past week at Educause, we announced the availability of our new Research and Administrative Computing solution based on Cisco’s world-class Data Center and Collaboration technologies. This solution can help administrative leaders and research center directors save time and money and improve performance by working better together.  By improving research collaboration within the university, and between universities, companies, and governments, we can improve the ability to innovate.

Our college and university customers increasingly struggle with streamlining communications and collaboration, managing massive amounts of information, effectively enabling advanced computing technologies, and improving efficiency.  In response to these challenges, Cisco delivers an agile infrastructure that can incorporate ongoing improvements in computer, storage, networking, and application technologies, and empower IT to support changing business processes. And, our next-generation research and administrative computing solution drives collaboration across multiple, disparate silos, powering innovation and growth.


Please visit us at for more information, and visit us this year’s SuperComputing 2010 show from November 13 – 19 in New Orleans, LA, where we will be demonstrating the solution.

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