The Network Week in Review and Look Ahead: July 9-13
Check out The Network's top stories of the week and what to look forward to next week.
July 13 , 2012
Well another week has flown by! How was your week? It was beautiful at Cisco headquarters in San Jose as you can see from the picture below. Where did you work this week?
Here are Cisco's top stories of the week. Check em' out!
System Engineer Steve Cramer's Adventures at Cisco is the "Gold Medal" winner in Cisco's London 2012 Olympics Video Contest—ranking first out of 140 fiercely competitive entries. Watch his winning entry!
Attention Cisco partners! If you can't bring your customers to the data center, bring the data center to them...in 3D. Download the Kaon 3D Data Center Model app to show off products, features, and benefits using your iPad, iPhone, or computer.
As people today would like to stay connected anywhere, anytime and on any device, SPs need an intelligent network that can provide that quality experience we all want "on the go". In this video, we are looking for truth in numbers -- numbers on the mobility market, where it's been and where it's going, and what's Cisco's role in enabling it all. Indeed, proof is in the numbers.
Data Center Network Manager (DCNM) provides holistic and comprehensive life cycle management for data LAN and SAN environments. It features a single pane of glass visibility via interactive dashboards that simplifies operations. See this video to learn about why this is a must in today's physical and virtual data centers.
Below are some new stories going live next week. Be sure to check back on The Network to read these awesome stories!
- The Ride of His Life: Olympian windsurfer and current Cisco employee Martijn Van Geemen fought hard to achieve his dream of representing the Netherlands at the 1996 Atlanta Olympic Games and beyond.
Have a fabulous weekend everyone!
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