Cisco's New Borderless Networks Gear

Cisco's new launch adds switches, routers, and access point hardware.

By Enterprise Networking Planet Staff | Posted Oct 15, 2010
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The recent launch of Cisco's Borderless Networks puts new switches, routers, and access point hardware into the field. As reported on The Register, it also adds some some interesting virtual x64 server software capabilities to existing routers, along with other software and services.


"It's another one of those announcement days at the networking giant when a slew of somewhat interrelated and sometimes totally unconnected products are wrapped up with a Borderless Networks banner and rolled out the door.

"The big new piece of hardware is a midrange Catalyst modular switch, the 4500-E, and with an aggregate of 848 Gb/sec of aggregate bandwidth, it has twice the oomph of the switch it replaces in the Cisco lineup."

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