Cisco Evolved Programmable Network: The Beginning of a New Era in SP Networking
Written By Gina Nienaber, Marketing Manager, SP Product and Solutions Marketing This is the first blog out of a series of three covering “What is the Evolved Programmable Network (EPN) Era and Why Evolved Programmable Network (EPN) Now?” Those of us who have been around in the industry for a few decades will remember the […]
TU Darmstadt Rolls Out Cisco Unified Access to Prepare for 802.11ac
Technische Universität Darmstadt, usually known as TU Darmstadt is a research university based in Germany. It was founded in 1877 and over the last 137 years has grown to be...
RDK in Action: ANGA COM and Beyond
The RDK – the Reference Design Kit – already catapulting into the cable landscape, by way of cloud-capable set-tops and gateways – is a hefty source of industry discussion as we head into ANGA COM, in Cologne. As an active RDK Community member, we are already deeply involved with RDK launches, worldwide. We’re also poised […]
Hitchhiker’s Guide for Service Providers at Cisco Live, San Francisco
Written By Amrit Hanspal, Senior Manager, Service Provider Lead, Network OS Tech Group Cisco Live in San Francisco (next week!) offers a host of learning opportunities if you are part of a Service Provider, or a large Enterprise that offers services to internal groups. Let my blog be your guide to help you chart out […]
V6 World Congress – March 2014 – A Premier IPv6 Event for the Communications Industry
Few days ago, the Networking Industry “who’s who” gathered in Paris for the fourth edition of v6 World Congress http://www.uppersideconferences.com/v6world2014/v6world2014introduction.html. I’m very proud that Cisco has been sponsoring and supporting this IPv6 Conference since its inception. It is always a very special feeling to have so many industry leaders visiting my hometown. This event has […]
Top 10 Reasons to Upgrade to the 7.4 MD Software Release
As the famous saying goes, “Good things come to those who wait”. Delayed gratification - person’s ability to forgo a smaller reward now for a larger reward in the future...
FOSDEM 2014: Cisco Powered World First
For a few of us in the Cisco Brussels office the last weekend of January always marks a special occasion. The weekend is dedicated to the Free and Open-source Software Developers’ European Meeting (FOSDEM) conference in Brussels, with around 5,000 visitors attending. The event happens at the ULB (Université libre de Bruxelles) campus, but traditionally […]
My Cisco Live Milan IPv6 Firsts
That is it, Cisco Live Milan is over! The “before” of anticipation, seemingly a moment ago, is replaced by the “after” of takeaways and accomplishments for the week. Some passed their CCIE certification, some met a new business partner, but it’s likely that everyone learned something new. I am not an exception. During the week, […]