Tangent Tue: New switching innovations--Nexus and Catalyst
You guys may have already heard, but in case not, I thought this group may appreciate hearing more about the switching announcements we made last week at Cisco Live in London.
We announced new 100, 40, and 10 Gigabit Ethernet. I am including a link to our blog that outlines the latest and greatest, as well as provide some good discussion around what this means for IT.
Some key highlights to read about:
Higher performance and availability bc of these GE developments
Simplified and scaled virtualization
Lower total cost of ownership
Let me know if you guys want to see more detail on the products. We have tons of stuff info on the various product lines and updates, (I just didnt want to overwhelm everyone by posting everything all at once ) so let me know if you would like to see more from a particular direction.
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