Cisco ACI delivers New Levels of Scale in the Data Center

| October 5, 2018

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With the explosive growth of traffic resulting from IoT and 5G mobile networks, data center operators struggle daily to accommodate scale – providing sufficient infrastructure to facilitate more demanding IT requirements (compute, storage and network needs). In this video, Tom Edsall, SVP and CTO of Cisco Data Center Group, explains how we have implemented an innovative approach to help our customers and in turn deliver an intelligent architecture  with Cisco ACI to scale their data center networks today and in the future.

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