From Digital Conferences to Work-From-Home Cisco Collaboration Has Got Your Back
NVIDIA and Cisco have built a solution that can help you accelerate your AI and ML workloads
AI for Networking: Separating the Hype from Reality
AI is everywhere—but what is real and what’s just hype? We will dig into how AI can be used today (and in the future) in networking.
#consistentAI: Lessons from our Journey to Kubeflow 1.0
Kubeflow 1.0 is ready. Through perseverance and hard work of some talented individuals and close collaboration across several organizations, together we have achieved a pivotal milestone for the community. In this article we would like to take a step back, celebrate the success, and discuss some of the steps we need to take the project to the next level.
SDN is Growing Up – It’s called IBN
How do you define SDN? And how does IBN continue its work? In this post, learn about SDN’s evolution, how IBN expands SDN, and how AI helps networks adapt.
Does your 2020 Talent Plan reflect Automation and AI Trends?
The 2020 Global Networking Trends Report identified how Automation and Artificial Intelligence (AI) are radically changing the way modern networks are designed, operated and resourced. Cisco helps network managers and IT leaders prepare for these changes by updating the skillsets needed to run tomorrow’s networks.
CIOs: Does your network keep you up at night? It should.
Are you a CIO? Learn more about our 2020 Global Networking Report with this executive summary.
Data Gravity: Driving Design for Intelligent Mission Fabric
What is Data Gravity and what does it mean for artificial intelligence and machine learning (AI/ML) and government networks?
AI Leadership: Securing your place in Artificial Intelligence
Agencies that empower their workforce with an Intent Based Network Architecture and validated solutions, like Cisco’s Data Intelligence Platform, can lead the Government in delivering AI/ML-driven mission outcomes.
Artificial Intelligence: Leveraging Data from Edge to Cloud
Cisco's cloud-scale architecture combines big data, compute farm, and storage tiers. They work together as a single entity, yet scale independently to address IT and operational needs.