Cisco Talks Up Data Center 3.0 Initiative, Wants To “Demistify Virtualization”

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Cisco Systems today announced updates to several of its key products to accelerate applications in Data Center 3.0, Cisco’s vision for a virtualized data center tied together by a unified network fabric.

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Today’s announcements at Cisco Live also featured new tools and training to help networking professionals master the complexity of virtualized data centers. In essence,

“Real-time collaborative applications, energy concerns and the need to achieve greater efficiency from assets are driving IT managers to transform their data centers through new technologies,” said John McCool, senior vice president and general manager, Cisco Data Center, Switching and Services Group, and co-chair of the Cisco EcoBoard . “By providing virtualization technologies across the data center, Cisco aims to help businesses achieve the agility and resiliency they need to compete on a global scale.”

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[Source: The Register]

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2 Comments

  1. E Christine says:

    Wow, more good news from Cisco. It appears they’re really taking the lead in providing tools and training for network professionals. I have just been checking out this new Cisco Learning site, and I’m pretty impressed. I’m going through Cisco training and it has plenty of helpful information for newbies like me as well as seasoned professionals. There are forums, idea exchanges, news, etc… It seems like a great resource. This where I found it: http://www.cisco.com/go/learnnetspace?utm_source=blog+commenting&utm_medium=media&utm_content=Google&utm_campaign=Domestic.

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