Cisco Systems to showcase intelligent networking tech.

DUBAI — Cisco Systems, will unveil its Application-Oriented Networking (AON) technology at Gitex 2005.

By A Staff Reporter

Published: Sun 28 Aug 2005, 10:29 AM

Last updated: Thu 2 Apr 2015, 2:48 PM

The technology adds intelligence to the network, enabling it to better understand business-application communications to support more effective and efficient business decisions.

The company will also demonstrate at Gitex its Wide Area File Services (WAFS) and Server Virtualisation solutions. Cisco's WAFS technology uses sophisticated protocol level caching to deliver Enterprises and Organisations, the benefits of consolidated storage and server infrastructure and fast file access across a distributed network.

Cisco Systems' newly acquired Topspin InfiniBand-based server switching range provides a high performance, programmable infrastructure for grid and utility computing, clustered enterprise applications, and server virtualisation, which extends to Cisco's leading Data Centre network and storage switching solutions and transforms the role of the network into a true intelligent computing platform.

“Rendering intelligence to the network is another frontier breached in favour of securing, integrating, and optimising business processes and assets to improve productivity and efficiency and reduce total cost of ownership,” said Yousef Khalili, Regional Marketing Manager - Middle East and Africa, Cisco Systems.

In addition to Data Centre and Storage solutions, the company has primed for Gitex Dubai 2005 its key advanced technologies such as IP Communications, IP Contact Centers, Security and Mobility. The Cisco System stand will also host special demonstration pods to explain to customers how the company can help Public Sector organisations, Enterprises and Small and Medium Businesses (SMB) deploy tailored-networking solutions that are designed for their specific sectors and address their business needs.

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