December 10, 2013
SAN JOSE, Calif. – Dec 10, 2013 – Cisco today announced it has completed the acquisition of privately held Insieme Networks, a San Jose-based company focused on the development of application-centric infrastructure products in the data center.
On November 6, 2013, Cisco announced the Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI), new professional services, and an open ecosystem of partners to provide customers with a data center networking solution that supports applications in a way never provided before, with the end goal to enable greater business agility. With ACI, Cisco is delivering to customers the first data center and cloud solution that offers full visibility and integrated management of physical and virtual networked IT resources, all built around meeting the needs of applications. At that time, Cisco also announced its intent to acquire the remaining interest that it did not yet hold in Insieme Networks.
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