San Jose, California – (The Hosting News) – June 30, 2008 – Web host and Internet hardware networking firm, Cisco Systems, has released new products and professional services, designed to assist customers with virtualization efforts for data center operational and energy efficiency.
The company states that the new offerings make the virtual network an efficient platform for delivering data center services – accelerating, providing security, and orchestrating application delivery networks, servers, virtualized computing, and storage, while providing greater responsiveness and resource conservation.
John McCool, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Cisco Data Center, Switching and Services Group, and co-chair of the Cisco EcoBoard noted, ”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. 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.”
Cisco Systems, Inc. was founded in 1984, by a group of computer scientists from Stanford University and provides Internet Protocol-based (IP) networking solutions. Cisco employs over 47,000 staff worldwide. The company’s core development areas include routing and switching, as well as dvanced technologies such as: IP Communications, Network Security, Wireless LAN, Storage Area Networking, Home Networking, Video Systems, and Application Networking Services.
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