Five Principles at the Heart of Cisco Silicon One
Take a look at the five principles that make Cisco Silicon One an innovative solution.
Cisco IOS XR to Power AT&T IP Edge Routing Platform
Announcing AT&T’s new IP routing platform integrating Cisco IOS XR software, discover the details and background on our strategic decision to disaggregate components and offer our customers more choices for building-block based innovation.
Accelerating your cybersecurity program: Why, when, and how to do it
Cybersecurity is considered the most significant skills shortage in IT today. In response, organizations are turning to managed security service providers to accelerate their cybersecurity goals. Discover what to look for when choosing a security service provider and how you can establish the right partnership.
How Cisco Silicon One Can Help You Save Millions
Compare to other architectures, Cisco Silicon One can save up to 580kW of power in a web scale data center, fundamentally changing the economics of the industry. Web scalers can turn this into cost savings, increase revenue by adding more servers or help minimize their carbon footprint.
Turn Router Power into Cash Savings with Better Silicon
Power is our fundamental limitation. It limits what we can build, what customers can deploy, and what our planet can sustain. This creates a technological imperative, a business imperative and most importantly a moral imperative to innovate. Learn how Cisco Silicon One may reduce your power bill by up to 71% saving over $140,000 per system and help save the planet.
One Architecture on Multiple Devices with No Compromise
Today we expand the Cisco Silicon One portfolio from a primarily routing focused solution to include the entire web scale switching market. With six new 7nm devices released in under 10 months from our initial launch, we now cover the entire space from 3.2T to 12.8T and across routing and web scale switching. All this with a fully unified architecture, SDK, and P4 forwarding code offers convergence without compromise.
Flexible Software Subscription for Cable Access Infrastructure
Customers are looking to transition to a subscription model with the current CCAP platform and gradually move to the cloud. To help ease our customers' migration to the cloud and software-centric architecture, we have created a simple buying program called Service Provider Network Agreement (SPNA) across mobile, cable, routing, and automation.
Cisco Data Centers Segment Routing Traffic Engineering for Service Providers
We are entering a new Era moving to 5G in global pandemic As we move into the exciting era of 5G and witness an ever-growing number of new devices coming online, the transport network is finding its overall capacity tested in ways we’ve never seen before. Millions of mobile voice, data, and video users and […]
Wireless Spectrum is Not Just for Mobile Operators Anymore
Cable Operators are jumping into wireless with investments in Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CRBS) spectrum auction. This has the potential to change the game for mobile offerings.