Analyst Insights: What’s Driving 400G Forward?
400G is quickly being adopted to help organizations meet the new demands of their data centers.
Introducing the Cisco Nexus X100 SmartNIC Adapter.
Cisco is pleased to announce the Cisco Nexus X100 SmartNIC, our latest high-density, ultra-low latency smart network interface card is now orderable on Cisco Commerce Workplace.
Cisco and Pico collaborate to help High-Frequency Trading
Today Cisco announces a collaboration that will help provide High-Frequency Traders with improved transactional reporting for better insight into trading performance. Trading firms will now be able to benefit from the new Cisco Exablaze combined solution with Pico, a leader in performance monitoring and analytics systems. Pico’s Corvil appliances perform packet capture and analytics for the financial services industry primarily in electronic trading. By combining forces, the companies bring together Cisco’s Nexus 3550 layer 1 tapping, high-precision timestamping and aggregation capabilities, and Pico’s high-performance capture and […]
Managing your SAP Digital Transformation Journey
Please welcome our guest blogger Erik Lillestolen, Senior Digital Transformation. We’ve heard the words, but have you wondered what it is all about? Digital Transformation is a strategic directive...
Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack Just Upped the Ante
Just in time for summer, Cisco offers new configurations for Cisco’s Azure stack solution, including M5 Skylake with hybrid (flash and SAS) storage.
Introducing the All flash Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack
Cisco Integrated System for Microsoft Azure Stack just keeps getting better. With this newest configuration, Cisco offers a wider range of storage flexibility.
Refining Big Data with Deep Learning
If data is the new oil, there is one major difference. Unlike oil, which over the years have suffered from varying supply, for much of the customers, there is only...
Telecom Operators: Two Ways to Transform Your Network
Service providers looking to develop more efficient network infrastructures have two key technology options. How can they decide which is best?