Chambers: Cisco Continues to Reinvent Itself

Cisco CEO John Chambers

Speaking at the annual Cisco Live! event this week, CEO John Chambers focused on Cisco’s five priorities of leadership in technologies related to the core, collaboration, data center-virtualization-cloud computing, video and architectures. Read More

Video Tour: Cisco’s New Texas Data Center

A new video from Cisco Systems (CSCO) provides a deep dive into the operations of its new company-built data center in Allen, Texas, data center, which features Cisco technologies for building unified infrastructures for cloud computing applications Read More

Roundup: Gnodal, AMD, Cisco, Dell, SAP

Networking startup Gnodal unveils rack-top switch offerings, AMD and Dell team on new server offerings for Microsoft Tech-Ed, Cisco announces new MS-SQL solutions for its UCS, Dell and SAP partner on new cloud offerings. Read More

Cisco Rolls Out Its Data Center Containers


Citing growing interest in modular designs, Cisco Systems is making a major push into the market for data center containers. After months of quietly selling custom solutions, the networking giant today launched the Cisco Containerized Data Center. Read More

Convergence of Networks in the Data Center

According to a recent study from Forrester Research, most North American data center operators believe that in the next 5 years there will be a convergence of the Storage Area Networks (SANs) and Local Area Networks (LANs). Although obstacles are coming down, there will be challenges along the way. Yet, as this white paper points out, these will be significant benefits to this transition. Read More

Cisco Opens Doors on New Texas Data Center


Cisco Systems (CSCO) officially opened the doors at its new data center in Allen, Texas, which showcases a number of energy efficiency features and is outfitted with Cisco’s latest technologies for building unified infrastructures for cloud computing applications. Read More

Strategies to Cut Data Center Costs

A recent IDC research report estimates data center operators can save 34 percent annually with Cisco Unified Fabric. Historically companies have been running separate, parallel networks in their data center: an Ethernet-based LAN to connect servers, clients, and the broader Internet and a storage area network (SAN) to connect servers to the storage pool. Read More

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