If you’ve worked with networking sometime in the last decade, I’m sure you’ve heard of this thing called IPv6. IPv6 has been around for quite a while, but it seems to be growing increasingly more popular as of late. My focus on this article will be some of the challenges with security and IPv6, primarily […]
Transform Service Provider Architectures to Support Virtualized Managed Business Services
By Gina Nienaber, Marketing Manager, SP Product and Solutions Marketing Cisco estimates over 50 billion new devices will be connected to the Internet by 2020. To support the Internet of Everything, service providers must undergo an infrastructure transformation. The network needs to become more open, programmable, automated, adaptive, and agile. To guide this transformation, the […]
Cisco Wins Best of Show IPv6 Product!
The North American IPv6 Summit is the largest annual IPv6 event in North America, designed to educate about IPv6 and the current state of IPv6 adoption. We were...
Have Global IPv6 Deployments Really Slowed Down?
For those that are not closely involved with IPv6, it may seem like the emphasis on migration to the new addressing scheme is waning. But while the hue and cry over IPv6 may appear to have quieted down to a background noise since 2010-2011; a closer inspection would prove that perception to be quite false. […]
The Summer Blockbuster You’ve Been Waiting For: Cisco Wireless Release 8.0
Cisco Wireless Release 8.0 is now available: Product Bulletin The Cisco VNI Global Mobile Data Traffic Forecast, 2013 – 2018 revealed some stunning trends with growth projections...
Cisco Evolved Programmable Network: Virtualized Services in an EPN World
By Greg Nehib, Senior Marketing Manager, Cisco Part 2 – Virtualized Services in an EPN World? In part one of this series Gina covered the basic definition of an Evolved Programmable Network or EPN and its linkage to the Cisco Evolved Services Platform (ESP). Figure 1 offers a quick visual recap. Figure 1: Cisco’s Open […]
The Network After 25 Years of Cisco Live!
A lot can change in 25 years. At the first Cisco Live (then known as Networkers conferences) in 1989, 200...