Webinar: Designing a Data Center for the Future

In this webcast, you'll learn how Cisco's new architecture delivers reductions in capital and operating expenses; a decrease in hardware components; and simplified system management that radically speeds provisioning time from days to minutes.

The data center industry is at a crossroad, dealing with the ever changing needs of business IT as well as environmental pressure. This means today’s data center must be designed to be scalable, flexible and highly efficient. On October 29th, Cisco, Microsoft and Intel will team up to present: a live webcast on the unified and virtualized datacenter. For data center managers and architects, in this webcast, you'll learn how this new architecture can deliver:

  • Reduced capital and operating expenses
  • Fewer hardware components
  • Substantial application acceleration and WAN optimization
  • Simplified system management that radically speeds provisioning time from days to minutes

Cisco and Intel have been collaborating for years on ways to low operating cost and making networks faster, more reliable and flexible. In partnership with Microsoft and VMware, Cisco is creating virtual systems with enhanced integration, scale and flexibility.

With Cisco’s Unified Computing System and Wide Area Application Services, Intel Xeon series processors, and Microsoft Windows Server R2 2008, Hyper-V and System Center, this new architecture presents a new approach to the way virtualized data center applications are managed and delivered.

Click here to attend this live webcast on the unified and virtualized data center.

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