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IBC 2010: The Emergence of the Media Data Center

- September 13, 2010 - 0 Comments

They are not just for IT any more. They are playing a critical role for service providers worldwide, making the devices that we all love actually do the functionality that we love. With so much of the growth in networks being caused by video, why should a provider service those same requirements using a data center that was developed primarily for Information Technology use? They shouldn’t, of course, which is why Cisco is highlighting its media data center, as the name implies, is optimized for video and rich media. George Tupy, who heads the broadcaster marketing for Cisco, gives me a quick review and shares the benefits that this approach delivers – benefits which make media data centers a top of mind issue for providers.

Also, be sure to check out my hair on this one…what’s that growing out of my head…a feather?

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