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Community Live- All you need to know about ISR Fixed Branch Platforms

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Community Live-All you need to know about ISR Fixed Branch Platforms

This event took place on Tuesday 17th, August 2021 at 10:00 hrs PDT

Learn about Cisco’s ISR Fixed Platforms and how it fits into Cisco’s overall Branch offerings. This session covered ISR800, ISR900 and ISR1000 Branch platforms family and look at the architecture and key capabilities of each of these platforms. We also covered different use cases these platforms address as part of this session and look at some of the key positioning aspects of these platforms. This session also covered different management options available and lastly, we looked at migration of ISR800 and ISR900 to ISR1000 platforms.

Agenda:

  • Platform Deep Dives (Architecture, Features, Modules, Use cases)– ISR 1000, ISR1100X-4G/6G, ISR 900 and ISR800
  • Performance and Test Methodologies
  • Migration options from ISR800/900 to ISR1K
Featured Speakers
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Abhishek is a technical marketing engineer and has been with Cisco since 2019, after graduating from Northeastern University with a Master’s degree in Telecommunication Systems. At Cisco he is currently part of the routing BU primarily working on the ISR1K product portfolio as well as LTE and WiFi technologies.

 

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Prakash is a Technical Marketing Engineer and has been with Cisco for about 1 year. His overall experience working on Cisco products is over 13+ years involved with different technologies in Routing and Switching world. He is currently leading WAN Optimization, vEdge, ISR1100 and ISR1100X series products from Technical Marketing side.

As TMEs they are responsible for collaborating with different stakeholders on product development, monitoring product performance and training marketing teams on product specifications and functionalities. 

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