#CiscoChampion Radio is a podcast series by technologists for technologists. In this episode we’re talking to Peter Jones (father of the 3850 platform UADP Doppler chip and now UADP 2.0) about The Network Intuitive.
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- Peter Jones (@petergjones), Principal Engineer
Cisco Champion Hosts
- Justin Cohen (@cantechit), Solution Architect
Podcast Discussion Topics
- The beginnings of 3850 (launch Jan 2013) and the journey from 3850 to 3650 and 3650 mini.
- Why the focus has been on building a platform a la Lego and how customer feedback fed into the evolution of the line.
- Differences between the UADP 1.0 to 1.1 to UADP 2.0 chips.
- The importance of visibility to capture issues and analytics and the impact on product development of the chip.
- New launches: 9300 (stackable access box); 9400 (4500 next gen); and 9500.
- Defining Programmability: hardware that can evolve.
- Why the investment on simplifying is important.
- Design constraints during the development of UADP. 2.0.
- Design goals for the development of UADP. 2.0.
- Why they invested in flexibility.
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