Networking

Cisco Unveils High-Capacity CRS-3 Routers

Cisco Systems (CSCO) today unveiled CRS-3 Carrier Routing System (CRS), which has a capacity of up to 322 Terabits per second. The company says the CRS-3 could enable “the entire printed collection of the Library of Congress to be downloaded in just over one second.” Read More

Skytap: Automating Networks in Clouds

Skytap says it is offering network automation features to its enterprise private cloud customers, enabling them to create multiple secure networks that support advanced virtual routing and IT policies. Read More

Cisco OTV: Virtually Spanning Data Centers

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On Monday Cisco Systems (CSCO) will officially introduce a new technology that will make it easier to move groups of virtual machines between data centers, potentially opening new frontiers in disaster recovery, data center consolidation, and even energy management.
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Roundup: Level 3, AboveNet, Sentrum

Roundup: Level 3 works to deliver uncompressed high-definitiion video for Super Bowl, AboveNet extends its UK fiber network to Sentrum’s new 200,000 square foot data center in Surrey, UK. Read More

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