New Podcast Episode: Catalyst 9000X Switches designed for hybrid work
Do you need a network that offers the scale, security, and manageability needed to support the demands of hybrid work? Join us to learn about the new extension of the Catalyst 9000 switching family, the Catalyst 9000x models. The Catalyst 9000x models have been specifically designed for greater operational flexibility and scale, while providing a more secure experience.
In this episode, Cisco Networking Technical Experts Siddharth Krishna and Shawn Wargo outline the capabilities and features of the new Catalyst 9000x models, how they benefit your hybrid working environment, and steps you can take to transform your network to support your hybrid work initiatives.
Listen to the episode here, and don't forget to follow! Leave a comment below if you are interested in the Catalyst 9000X switches!
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