5 Things To Know About Cisco's Promise Of An 'Always-On' Intent-Based Network


Email this CRN article

https://www.crn.com/sites/default/files/ckfinderimages/userfiles/images/crn/slideshows/2017/products-of-the-year/Cisco_Catalyst_9000.jpg

Strong Fundamentals

Cisco's intent-based networking push began with the launch of its data center-based Application Centric Infrastructure in late 2013, and it's picked up steam with the introduction of the Catalyst 9000 family of subscription-based switches for campus and branch uses. Since last June, more than 1,100 customers have bought Catalyst 9000 switches, and 150 of them have started using Network Assurance software. About 1.3 million networks encompassing tens of millions of devices are attached to Cisco's Meraki dashboard, which is covered by new Cisco DNA Center Assurance software.



Email this CRN article