I’m very excited and proud to announce that Gartner has placed Cisco into the Leaders position in the Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimization. This accomplishment reflects the substantial progress Cisco has made in developing and executing on its vision for the Cisco Intelligent WAN (IWAN) with Cisco Wide Area Application Services (WAAS) over the past three years – a record that clearly demonstrates Cisco’s ability to compete in this space.
Magic Quadrant for WAN Optimization
Source: Gartner (March 2015)
The timing couldn’t be better
The analyst research and press coverage tells us loud and clear that the WAN is hotter than ever, and for good reason: mobility, cloud and the digitization of the enterprise are changing how we consume and deliver applications. Even the applications themselves are changing, as we’ve seen with the rise of a whole new class of bandwidth-intensive and latency-sensitive mobile apps and video. Read More »
Tags: Cisco Intelligent WAN, Cisco Wide Area Application Service, enterprise networks, Gartner Magic Quadrant, ISR 4000, IWAN, performance routing, PfRv3, waas, WAN Optimization
Automation experts are planning to attend SPS IPC Drive, the largest electrical automation event in Europe, which takes place in Nuremberg, Germany, November 25 to 27.
Following the very positive experience of last year, Cisco has a significant presence at this event, focusing on the theme “Internet of Things: Connecting the Unconnected.” Join us in with our booth (Hall 10 – Stand 10-540) and in ODVA (hall 2 – Stand 2-458) and Profinet (Hall 2 – Stand 2-220/221) booths.
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Tags: Cisco, connected factory, connected rail, enterprise networks, Internet of Everything, internet of things, IoE, IoT
At CiscoLive Cancun we are introducing a new addition to the 800 ISR family, the new 800M Series. What does the “M” stand for? The “M” stands for modular, as this is the first 800 series platform with pluggable modules that give flexibility in the field. Why do you need flexibility? The 800M is designed to operate in environments where 3G wireless is the primary mode of connectivity. For those of you with a cellphone, you are no doubt familiar with the large number of different service providers and 3G technologies. When designing the 800M we wanted to give our customers the ability to connect to any service provider in order to avoid lock-in, lower costs and improve redundancy. The modular platform enables customers to choose from serial and cellular connectivity without having to replace the chassis, which can be a challenge with fixed platforms. Read More »
Tags: Cisco 800 Series Routers, Cisco 800M Integrated Services Router, CiscoLive Milan, enterprise networks, routers, WAN
At a recent offsite, the Identity Services Engine (ISE) project team, and our InfoSec and Mobility teams spoke at length about how we will tackle the challenge of getting all Internet of Everything (IoE) devices securely on the network. Cisco IT has an aggressive schedule for the deployment of ISE capabilities in our FY15 (Fiscal Years in Cisco start on August 1 and go to the following calendar year July 30). Read More »
Tags: Cisco IT, cisco on cisco, coc-enterprise-networks, enterprise networks, IoE, ISE, security
Cisco IT is preparing our global WAN for employees’ growing use of third-party cloud services. Already we use more than 400 cloud services. The most popular are Cisco WebEx, Salesforce, SAP, and Office365. Read More »
Tags: Cisco IT, cisco on cisco, cloud, coc-enterprise-networks, EN, enterprise networks, IT, WAN