Cisco introduces new series of routers

DQW Bureau
07 Oct 2004
New Update


Cisco Systems has introduced a new line of integrated service rou-ters. The

company claims that these routers deliver secure, wire-speed data, voice, video

and other advanced services for enterprise and small and med-ium sized

businesses (SMBs).

According to the company, the new Cisco 1800 series, 2800 series and 3800

series integra-ted service routers provide customers with an infrastru-cture

that enables fast secure access to today's mission critical business

applications with optimized security, while establishing a foundation for

tomorrow's intelligent networks.

Cisco president (India and SAARC region) Ranganath Sal-game said, "Faced

with intense global competition, the dome-stic Indian industry has realized the

importance of investing in IT infrastructure to adapt qui-ckly to rapidly

shifting market and consumer dynamics.


Cisco's new portfolio of integrated service routers is a breakthrough in

routing tech-nology, which delivers the capa-bilities that Indian enterprises

and small and medium businesses need to optimize their business productivity in

an efficient and cost effective manner."

He added that the integrated service routers form the cor-nerstone of Cisco's

networking vision of an intelligent infor-mation network. Cisco Systems VP

marketing Ranajoy Punja (India and SAARC region) said, "Today customers are

looking for integrated solutions with capabilities to converge secu-rity, voice

and wireless LAN in to a single routing product. The new range of routers

launched by us offer the benefit of a truly coverage network with over five

times the service density, seven times the performance and four times the memory

over previous generation of products."

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