All posts tagged network virtualization

Cisco’s John McCool Talks Virtualization

NetworkWorld published a great interview yesterday with John McCool, senior VP of data center, switching and security at Cisco. McCool sees a great future for virtualization around the company’s most successful product in its entire history, the Catalyst 6500 (and its successor, the Nexus 7000 Series, which was recently unveiled), combined with its own forray into virtualizing the data center with its Data Center 3.0 initiative.

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Cisco

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

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

Fortinet

Fortinet Patents Four New Network Virtualization And Multi-Threat Security Related Inventions

Fortinet, a provider of unified threat management (UTM) solutions, has announced that the US Patent and Trademark Office has awarded the company four additional patents

CloudShield

CloudShield Helps Service Providers Virtualize Network Appliances

CloudShield Technologies, a provider of services management and infrastructure security solutions, has announced (PDF) a new release of CPOS, a packet processing operating system which

Nortel

Nortel Unveils Network Virtualization Solution

Nortel today announced the availability of a brand new network virtualization solution, enabling previously separated elements within enterprise networks to be linked together, harnessing the power

Cisco

Cisco APX, Network Virtualization The Right Way?

Selena Frye over at TechRepublic talks about an interesting technology from Cisco called APX (Application eXtension Platform), made up of a hardware card,

Video: Cisco Nexus 5000 And Virtualization

DataCenterKnowledge posted a video presentation today we would love to share with you too. It features Dante Malagrino of Cisco and Ed Bugnion of Nuova

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