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News@Cisco Week in Review and Look Ahead: June 6-10

June 10, 2011 - 0 Comments

Happy Friday! Read more about the top news stories of the week that includes a feature on World IPv6 Day, an announcement on the Cisco ASR 9000, a demo of Cisco’s new data center and a couple news announcements about WebEx!

1.) World IPv6 Day Will Test the Readiness for Change

On June 8th or World IPv6 Day, Internet Protocol Version 6 (IPv6) went live for a day on the public Internet. How did IPv6 testing go? Get an update here from InfoSecurity!

2.) Cisco Announces Major Advancements to the Cisco ASR 9000 Series

The Cisco ASR 9000 series just got better with age! On Tuesay, Cisco announced major advancements that will set new industry benchmarks and dramatically increase capabilities at the edge of the next-generation Internet and transform the broadband communication and entertainment industries! Read more here!

3.) Demo: Cisco Data Center Field Trip

The Cisco Allen Data Center is easily one of the most fascinating Cisco locations to visit and TechWiseTV got to tour it BEFORE it opened. Check it out!

4.) WebEx Announcements

This week WebEx had some very exciting news. First, the WebEx mobile app has now been downloaded over ONE MILLION times from app stores and from Thanks a million! Secondly, the WebEx mobile app was picked by Fortune as one of the top five mobile apps for business. Go WebEx!

Next week is going to be busy so be sure to check back on for updates! Here are a few things to look out for…

  • Look out for a new feature series next week titled, “Network Trailblazers”. The conversation is with Cisco employee, Kirk Lougheed where he discusses how IOS developed at Cisco and the future of the network
  • Why Email’s Days Are Numbered Feature: Social networking in the enterprise is taking off. But with dozens of social software platforms to choose from, how can companies choose the right tools? Check out this new feature on Monday!

Have a great weekend!

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