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Cisco unveils carrier cloud services delivery platform

Tuesday 12 May 2009 | 12:04 CET | News
Cisco has introduced its Cisco Unified Service Delivery platform for service providers to build a foundation for cloud services. With the Unified Service Delivery platform and an IP network, a service provider can deliver voice, data and video services from the data centre. The Service Delivery platform incorporates data-centre products such as the Cisco Unified Computing system and the Cisco Nexus Switch, with a new data-centre optimised configuration of Cisco's flagship router, the Cisco CRS-1 Carrier Routing system, as well as Cisco's IP NGN products. Two new Cisco 10-Gb modules and a Cisco 40-Gb forwarding processor for the flagship Cisco CRS-1 platform are being introduced. They are designed specifically to extend virtualisation from the data centre through the IP NGN core and to address the needs of peering and interconnect applications. The system design allows service providers to adapt to changing customer needs, accelerate service delivery and permit better usage of resources.

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Companies: Cisco UK
Countries: World
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