It is critical that data centers scale up to support new capacities and densities. Cisco’sAnnual Internet Reportestimates that there will be 29.3 billion networked devices and connections by 2023. The rapid growth in AI/ML workloads also leads to more distributed neural networks, which require higher peak bandwidth and greater densities in data centers. And, of course, the current shift to remote work has caused a surge in traffic between data centers and the access network.
It’s time to get 400G done right. Cutting-edge Nexus innovation continues with new line cards and switches that deliver more bandwidth and more features. The high-speed, high-performance 400G Nexus portfolio meets different architectural needs that your business requires.
In this interactive webinar, you will learn:
About new Nexus line cards and switches with more bandwidth and more features
How the high-speed, high-performance 400G Nexus portfolio meets different architectural needs.
How Cisco 400G is built for the most demanding environments, providing high flexibility and customer choice
Hi, I know I can deploy few PSC nodes from PSC 12.0 OVF for redundancy. Redundant deployments on Windows (not OVF) differentiates nodes to roles - controller, PSC nodes, service link node. Does the OVF deployment also diferentiate nodes to separ...
Good morning to all of the Cisco Community,
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