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Durham County Upgrades Data Center Network with Cisco ACI to Speed New Services and Applications for County Residents, Businesses,...
“With the deployment of Cisco ACI, Durham County will serve as a public sector model for a leading-edge Software Defined Network and an application centric data center,” said Greg Marrow, CIO, Durham County. “This aligns with the County’s goal for accountable, efficient and visionary government: streamlining our operations, saving energy and improving security for the services we provide residents and our business departments.”
Reliance and Cisco Jasper Launch Internet of Things (IoT) Services Throughout India
Announcing the launch of the new venture, Mr Juergen Hase, Chief Executive Officer of Unlimit, the IoT Business Unit of Reliance Group, said, “IoT is a critical enabler for India’s growth, and businesses throughout the country are already utilizing its huge potential to help deliver innovative new services to their customers, while reducing cost and increasing revenue. We are delighted to partner with Cisco Jasper, and this strategic partnership will strenghten the market position of UNLIMIT significantly.”
Cisco Digital Education Platform Brings Added Simplicity, Security to Educators
The new Digital Education Platform is based on Cisco’s highly secure core network. This helps to keep student and faculty coursework safe and secure. The platform also includes unified voice, video and wireless communications, which enhance Digital Learning and the Digital Campus.
FloSports Launches New OTT Apps Powered by Cisco Infinite Video Platform
Covering a range of sports from track & field to fastpitch softball, FloSports is adding 2-4 new sports to its network each quarter. Recent launches include FloKO, an eSports site dedicated to fighting games, and FloMarching, which encompasses the world of competitive marching bands, drum corps, indoor marching and more.
VimpelCom and Cisco Jasper Introduce Intelligent Connectivity for Business Customers
Eugène Viskovic, VimpelCom Group Chief Business Officer, said: "VimpelCom is focused on developing its digital strategy and the Group is investing in new and innovative technologies that will enable our customers to fully embrace the digital economy, now and in the future. This partnership will provide our business customers with new technologies such as M2M and IoT."
Cisco is part of AES Eletropaulo's Security Project
On the basis of the project, Cisco® ASA firewalls were used to provide more protection to advanced threats and visibility into data traffic, ensuring that the access to the substations’ environment is allowed only to the SCADA systems (supervision, control and data acquisition). SCADA systems are used by COD (AES Eletropaulo Distribution Operation Center) on transmission and monitoring of power loads.
Cable & Wireless partners with Ericsson and Cisco to Enhance its Caribbean IP Networks
“We needed a powerful and intelligent solution to bring IP networking to both Jamaica and Barbados, while at the same time improving the IP network in the Bahamas,” says Carlo Alloni, Executive Vice-president and CTIO, C&W. “This partnership will allow us to offer even more value-added services including our world class IPTV services as well as introduce more innovative solutions to our customers.”
Taiwan Mobile Selects Cisco Jasper to Enable Enterprise IoT Services
Enterprise customers of Taiwan Mobile will now be able to increase productivity and manage costs. They will also be able to deliver exceptional, consistent, and reliable customer experiences while getting their services to market in a fraction of today’s time. Additionally, customers benefit from the scalability of Control Center; it provides real-time monitoring, managing, and control over their IoT services. It also offers the global scalability required to easily expand into new markets.
Digital tools redefine learning and are essential in today's classroom
A number of studies in Silicon Valley and across the U.S. show that most teachers believe digital tools help students develop significant critical learning skills: increased engagement, reinforced understanding, and the ability to visualize difficult concepts. The tools – hardware and software – also encourage students to take charge of their own learning and work at their own pace.