Making more and better connections

The Internet of Things, software-defined networking (SDN) and software-defined WAN (SD-WAN) are driving a new level of connectivity and changing how you manage your network.

We help organizations thrive in an environment that demands constant connection. We take a holistic approach to networking that includes data center networking, enterprise campus and branch, high-end routing and optical and SDN to simplify your IT investments.

By tapping into our Advanced Technology Center, our customers benefit from demonstrations of multi-vendor architectures, labs for mission-critical network designs and tech briefings on emerging technologies. Additionally, our professional services organization can plan and deploy complex solutions that meet your specific technology and business requirements.



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Additional Resources

  • ACI Training Brochure

    ACI delivers software flexibility with the scalability of hardware performance. Learn about ACI training to simplify and automate network provisioning tasks
  • The Fast Path to Software-Defined Networks

    This white paper discusses how organizations can leverage a combination of partnerships to speed time-to-value for their SDN initiatives.
  • Software-Defined Networking Solution Guide

    WWT’s Software-Defined Networking (SDN) Guide cuts through the media blitz to help networking and data center professionals understand the key components of SDN.
  • Stretched Active-Active ACI Fabric

    This white paper illustrates how the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) can be implemented as a single fabric stretched between two data centers, with the ability to optimally route traffic to and out of the data center where the resource is located.
  • SDN Matrix Switching

    This white paper describes an SDN use case, using an OpenFlow controller and white box switches to implement Open Systems Interconnection model (OSI) Layer-­1 matrix switch functionality.
  • Federated ACI Fabrics for Dual Data Center Deployments

    This paper illustrates how the Cisco Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) can be implemented as two fabrics, with federated controllers implementing an autonomous infrastructure with replicated tenant configurations that will provide for disaster recovery.