Cisco's 'Data Center of the Future' update from July 2009

At Cisco Live 2009, many of the components of Cisco's Unified Computing System came together in physical form in a 24-rack display the company dubbed the "Data Center of the Future." (CSCO)

Rich Miller

July 23, 2009

1 Min Read
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It's been nearly two years since Cisco Systems unveiled its Data Center 3.0 strategy, which has been rolled out in a series of announcements of the product suite now known as the Unified Computing System (UCS). At last month's Cisco Live 2009 event in San Francisco, many of the components of Cisco's strategy came together in physical form in the "Data Center of the Future," a 24-rack display showcasing Cisco's UCS technologies along with equipment from seven partners: EMC, APC, Emerson, Oracle, NetApp, Panduit and VMware. This video provides a 3 minute look.

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