Will we recognize Networking in 2 years? Exploring Networking Trends in Europe
What are the networking trends in Europe? This post details the findings in Cisco’s Global Networking Trends Report as it pertains to EMEAR.
SDN is Growing Up – It’s called IBN
How do you define SDN? And how does IBN continue its work? In this post, learn about SDN’s evolution, how IBN expands SDN, and how AI helps networks adapt.
Cisco stands out in the crowd of leaders for Intent-Based Networking (IBN)
Many technology companies are promising intent-based networking solutions to their customers, but who are the leaders in intent-based networking (IBN)? Learn how Cisco stands out in the crowd and delivers on the IBN promise.
Bringing Domains Together with Intent-Based Networking
Cisco’s multidomain integration is a new chapter in the intent-based networking journey with access and security policies that follow users and devices as network traffic traverses between domains.
Ground floor – the foundation of Intent-based networking
Leading-edge networks - your network – can have the ability to comprehend business and application requirements and translate them to network and security policies. This ensures that your business critical services are continuously delivered and protected. We call it intent-based networking.
The Power of Multi-Domain Integration for Your Network
Cisco is meeting the demand to have an unplugged and uninterrupted experience with its multi-domain integration across the data center, campus, and branch.
My Black Friday Wish List
Whether braving the crowds to shop in stores on Black Friday, or waiting until Cyber Monday to buy your holiday gifts, Cisco has five ways to make your Black Friday shopping more orderly.
Cisco Catalyst 9000 – The best keeps getting better.
Like your network, the Cisco Catalyst 9000 family is ever growing and always getting better, with five new 9300 Series switches and improved support for IOT, rich content delivery, and analytics.
From Controllers to Multi-Domain: 7 Pillars of Intent-Based Networking
Wireless technologies, AI, rich behavioral and telemetry databases, more flexible and economical WAN links, and abundant cloud compute resources are becoming available to address the new reality of increasingly complex networks.