At its Internet for the Future event, Cisco announced Silicon One, a single chip family that can handle both the complexity of routing and the high-speed, power-frugal requirements of switching; in the past, those extremely different functions have been performed by separate silicon architectures.
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We recently had the chance to speak with Mark Collins, vice-president of Cisco Canada’s partner organization.
Twelve partners walked away with some hardware this week during Cisco’s Canada Partner Award celebrations.
Cisco announced three new collaboration devices and an extended partnership with Microsoft
Cisco is serious about its push into software, and it wants partners to take it seriously too.
Cisco says the recent enhancements to Cisco Marketing Velocity is more than just a matter of bringing its partner marketing resources together under one brand.
Rubrik has hired itself a new channel-focused executive.
Three years ago Cisco Systems and longtime partner Dimension Data came together to launch a pilot project…
Not long after announcing a $15 million investment in Western Canada, Cisco Systems opened the doors to a new lab featuring Cisco’s hyperconverged infrastructure solution, Hyperflex, located at PCM Canada’s head office in Edmonton.
Have you ever read through a channel partner’s website, only to finish and realize you still know nothing about what they actually do?
More than 200 channel marketers listened intently to Marcus Sheridan and his story about swimming pools during Cisco Systems’ Marketing Velocity event Wednesday.
A few weeks after Cohesity announced the ability for third-party applications to run on its platform, the hyperconverged secondary storage vendor says it’s joined Cisco’s SolutionsPlus program.
Cisco’s first specialized certified IoT partner in Canada unveiled its industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) network discovery and assessment platform, LANAware, giving industrial networks their own inventorying and monitoring capabilities.
Some takeaways for business partners from the RSA Conference in San Francisco.
Cisco Canada is showing Canada’s West Coast some love, announcing a $15 million investment that the company says will focus on job creation and skills development.