#data center solutions

September 3, 2020

DATA CENTER

3 Reasons Why Cisco SAN Is the Best Choice

Cisco is the leader in data center networking, providing choices in terms of storage protocols. Cisco is honored to be a one-stop-shop offering in-line analytics to meet customer storage networking needs, across these various NVMe protocols, in an architecture which respects and protects the investments customers have made in their network.  

October 15, 2019

DEVELOPER

Validate Your Knowledge of Implementing Automated Data Center Solutions

Get Cisco DevNet certified in "Data Center Automation and Programmability." Test prep resources and webinar now available.

January 29, 2019

SECURITY

It’s 9am. Do you know where your data is?

‘Data center anywhere’ requires security everywhere - Bobby Guhasarkar, January 29, 2019 It’s 9am. Do you know where your data is? If you’re like most businesses today, it’s everywhere....

July 10, 2018

HEALTHCARE

The data breach is coming from inside the hospital

It's an old trope in horror movies: "The call is coming from inside the house!" For healthcare professionals, there's a similar tale that's almost as scary — and unfortunately, real. Find out how a modern data center can help stop healthcare insider data leaks.

March 20, 2018

DATA CENTER

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...

Paving the Way for Network Transformation

Telecom and web Service providers today are facing serious challenges. Developments like 5G and ultra high definition video are putting them under growing pressure to supply large bandwidths, fast speeds and low latencies.

How Telecom and IT service providers can avoid hitting the buffers?

To meet the changing expectations of their customers, service providers need to develop new ways of designing and building networks.

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?