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Cisco Aims to Take Lead

Says the next wave of growth will comes from internet of everything and Intercloud

With the growing demand and importance of data center the San Jose, California-based networking giant Cisco at its Data Center Partner Connection in Phuket, Thailand highlighted its data center vision and strategy, emerging opportunities for unified computing system and Intercloud and also introduced new UCS products.

“Data Center is key focus for us. We are number one in private cloud, number one in terms of storage technology, blade server capability etc. and our growth in recent quarters have been 30% year over year,” said Frank Palumbo, Senior VP, Global Data Center Sales, Cisco. “Cisco boasts of 3,650 plus UCS channel partners and leads the UCS blade server growth in APJC. The next wave of growth it sees coming from internet of everything and Intercloud.”
He further added that they will continue to lead in data center, lead in cloud variation, lead in unified computing, and now application.

Saravan Rajendran, VP and GM (Cloud Networking and Services Group), Cloud and Virtualization Group, Cisco informed how they are helping their Intercloud provider partners to get more business from their enterprise customers as they get access to Cisco enterprise based customers and Cisco’s go-to-market channels. “Our intention is to create an open ecosystem and deliver our partners software-as-a-service and we will be constantly expanding our ecosystem.”

It has also started shipping some of its newly introduces rack servers like UCS B200 M4, C220 M4, C240 M4, UCS Director, UCS Mini.

The event was attended by 450 representatives from 200 companies.

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