Posts Tagged ‘Cisco Systems Inc’
D-Link is edging further into physical security arenas with the launch of a new video surveillance camera, a release that furthers the industry’s burgeoning, and potentially profitable, revival and opens new service add-on opportunities for SMB and mid-market partners.
Cisco Systems Inc. launches a full-on assault against Microsoft Corp.’s Lync communication strategy, arguing that a single-vendor multi-device approach is more aligned with future needs than the Windows and PC-centric approach Microsoft has taken with Lync.
Cisco Systems rolls out a new set of perks and incentives to help bring partners of all sizes into the midmarket space, delivering right-sized solutions that promote workspace collaboration in a BYOD world. Cisco attests midmarket collaboration represents a a potential $7.1 billion opportunity.
Cisco’s predictions about the incoming wave of mobile traffic and mobility demands paints a picture of what the channel will look like in the next coming years. If partner’s aren’t gearing up for the cloud services market, the infrastructure technology space will be the next big space to demand trusted advisors.
Cisco continues its infrastucture overhaul with new switches designed for high-throughput environments and virtual appliances that link together disparate cloud services, private clouds and service provider environments. Cisco also expands its SDN efforts with a workshop for the Cisco Open Network Environment.
Cisco launchesStadiumVision Mobile, a live wireless video delivery platform that links into the Cisco Connected Stadium platform, providing live interactive content to sports fans in large-scale stadium environments. Cisco’s efforts reveal a larger story about the growing need for advanced wireless infrastructure.
Oracle Corp. brings Android support to its mobile virtual desktop client, alongside an overhaul the desktop client for USB peripheral support and full Windows 8 compatibility. With BYOD commonplace now and a must-have in the future, Oracle effort’s to improve productivity at the end-user level is a small part of a larger cloud strategy.
Cisco unleashes updates to the Cisco Unified Access architecture, bringing new switches and infrastructure capabilities that enable software-defined networking and sweeping device policy management capabilities, making it likely that CUA will be the backbone of Cisco’s networking strategy.
Cisco Systems acquires network optimization company Intucell as Cisco captures new capabilities to help it capitalize on the next wave of networking technology that prioritized which is focused around software-centric solutions.
Cisco Systems appoints Nick Adamo as senior vice president of worldwide field operations for the Americas region. With nearly 30 years in the industry, Adamo will could increase Cisco sales across the board – but is the company cooking up plans for a post-Chambers future?