Cisco Unified Computing System
BossTV and Cisco Launch Innovative New TV Streaming and Content Distribution Model
Streaming is the future, and the future is here. Cisco is providing the hardware-based firewalling, routing and video transcode infrastructure needed to support an innovative, new TV streaming platform and content distribution model from Planet Earth TV, LLC, DBA (BOSSTV) to over 176 channels of programming in Spanish, English, and Italian.
Cisco announces support for PCIe version of NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU
The new NVIDIA A100 Tensor Core GPU, the first elastic, multi-instance GPU that unifies data analytics, deep learning and training, inference and HPC, will support Cisco customers seeking performance and scalability with AI workloads.
Now taking orders for Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack
We are now taking orders for Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack, offering customers a powerful cloud-ready solution that gives them full control over how they manage data, governance, security and performance. We combined Microsoft’s robust Azure cloud platform with Cisco’s UCS server platform that is designed for cloud workloads, providing customers and partners […]
Guest Post: Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) at the Core of Private Cloud
Have you ever wondered why some organizations are more successful in delivering services and applications with serious resource constraints to its every increasing distributed workforce? Chances are the IT teams are using some variation of cloud computing to solve these and other modern day IT challenges. Private cloud serves as an enabler for organizations to deliver IT as a service (ITaaS). This makes organizations more agile and efficient through reduction of cost, economies of scale and increased efficiency. Cisco uses its innovative cloud platform to facilitate automation, virtualization and simplification to increase business value whilst reducing total cost of ownership (TCO). Cisco cloud services can be delivered using three methods: first, there is the Cisco private cloud (through internally hosted or owned infrastructure), second, through public cloud (cloud provider delivers services) and finally, a hybrid model (a mix of the previous two).
Challenging the Status Quo at FICO World 2016
Digitalization is dramatically changing the world, especially for Financial Services. Having to go inside a branch to schedule a meeting with a finance or mortgage expert is so yesterday. Service, convenience, security and analytics through all channels. During this week in Washington D.C., Cisco is joining the world’s thought leaders and business experts at FICO […]
Cisco UCS Claims Nine World Record Benchmarks with the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 family
Today Cisco announced support for the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 family on the Cisco Unified Computing System™ (Cisco UCS®). On the same day as the Intel announcement, Cisco captured Nine world records on industry benchmarks on Cisco UCS to highlight the way in which Cisco UCS can accelerate performance across the data center. As […]
best better practices with Cisco UCS Manager
I’ve been working with Cisco UCS since the very beginning. From the earliest days, whenever a customer ran into problems, I would often be asked to help figure out what was going wrong and to help fix it. Generally, this would involve a review of the system, and when we found less desirable configurations we […]
Backed by Cisco and Microsoft, UDT Delivers Business-Class Hybrid Cloud
What do you say when your customers want a diverse range of cloud services—SaaS, IaaS, PaaS, private, public, hybrid—with the ability to deploy on demand? What if they want the flexibility to order and manage them all from the cloud, while keeping their data onsite? And what if they say they can’t wait weeks for […]
Building an Enterprise Data Hub, Evaluating Infrastructure
Want to get the most out of your big data? Build an enterprise data hub (EDH). Big data is rapidly getting bigger. That in itself isn’t a problem. The issue is what Gartner analyst Doug Laney describes as the three Vs of Big Data: volume, velocity, and variety. Volume refers to the ever-growing […]