(Live webcast July 14, 2015, at 10 a.m. Pacific Time/1 p.m. Eastern Time)
Today, as mobile devices and bandwidth-consuming applications such as video continue to proliferate, they are putting serious performance strains on many networks. Tomorrow, with the dawn of the Internet of Everything (IoE) and the arrival of 802.11ac Wave 2 Wi-Fi, these pressures will only continue to increase, promoting the need for higher bandwidth capacity.Attend this live 30-minute webcast and learn how you can meet this challenge with the new Cisco Catalyst 3850 10G aggregation switches. Discover how they deliver superior performance for the price today while enabling you to future-proof your enterprise backbone for the high-bandwidth needs of tomorrow with 10Gb and even 40Gb capability.Learn how these new switches provide superior flexibility in a single form factor, saving space, power, and capital expense. Discover how they can solve your toughest networking challenges now and in the future with:
10Gb downlinks and 10Gb/40Gb uplinks for high-bandwidth applications
Integrated wireless support for up to 100 access points and 2000 clients
Flexible NetFlow for easy network resource monitoring and analytics
Stacking capability with other Cisco Catalyst 3850 switches for up to 480Gbps of throughput and easy scalability
Live Q&A Included
Be sure to join us and find out why the newest Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series Switches offer you the best combination of performance and value. You can also get your questions answered in real time during the webcast.
Topics to be discussed include:
Review of latest trends
Introduction to the newest Cisco Catalyst 3850 switches
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