Cisco IOS XR
Award Winning, Scalable Petabyte Routers to Power the Next Decade
The processing performance, coupled with industry-leading power consumption and cost reduction features, earned the Cisco 8000 Series routers the “Best of Show Award” Grand Prize in the Network Infrastructure category at Interop Tokyo 2020. Selected as an example of outstanding innovation that is certain to drive next-generation IT trends, the review was conducted by a key committee of leading media companies and a review committee formed by experts from academic and business circles.
Cisco NCS 5500 Welcomes 400GE and Doubles Installed Base
Learn more about the NCS 5500 portfolio and how it fits into Cisco Converged SDN Transport Infrastructure.
ASR 9901 – More choice and flexibility in your hands
Discover the ASR 9901 - a compact, dense, flexible, feature rich and automation-ready platform.
Yes – Cisco IOS XR Is Disaggregated!
It’s a really exciting day for all of us in the Service Provider Business as we are formally disaggregating the Cisco IOS XR operating system. You can read specific details...
An Architectural Approach to Flexible Consumption for Service Providers with IOS XR
Discover latest IOS XR evolutions driving the next level of consumption flexibility.
Automating Cisco ACI with Ansible Eliminates Repetitive Day-to-Day Tasks
Jacob McGill is a network automation engineer at Network to Code, a network automation solutions provider that provides network automation training and professional services. He spends his time helping customers automate their networks using tools including like Python and Ansible. Jacob is also an Ansible developer who's written and contributed to many of the ACI modules that were released in 2.4. Feel free to reach out to Jacob at email@example.com
Cisco Networking Software Helps Build the New Network
Discover how Cisco software innovations help Service Providers transform their networks.
We Transform Together! Cisco IOS XR Cloud-Scale Networking In Action!
Read why the MPLS+SDN+NFV World Congres 2017 was where “software innovation rubber meets the road.”