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Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet
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Cisco CRS-3 Carrier Routing System: Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet

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Get ready for the future where video content, mobile traffic, and cloud data centers will create tremendous network growth. The CRS-3 delivers scale, services, and savings on one integrated …

Get ready for the future where video content, mobile traffic, and cloud data centers will create tremendous network growth. The CRS-3 delivers scale, services, and savings on one integrated platform.

Prepare your network in 3.. 2.. 1..
3 times more scale than the CRS-1 - unmatched by any competitor
2 times more service intelligence - handling core and data center services
1 product family that protects your network investment

Defining Scalability
+ Total capacity of up to 322 Tbps - 13 times the competition
+ Proven multichassis architecture with 3-stage fabric
+ Tried and tested QuantumFlow Array chipset to help prevent bottlenecks

Defining Core and Data Center Services
+ Built-in service intelligence allows the network and cloud to work as one
+ Multi-directional capabilities handle traffic between data centers and from core to subscriber
+ Cloud VPNs automate network connectivity

Defining Cost Savings
+ Lower cost per Gbps - uses up to 40% power of competitors
+ Optional modular power system that grows with capacity
+ Smart design uses the existing CRS-1 chassis and many components, requiring only fabric and line card upgrades

Cisco Introduces Foundation for Next-Generation Internet: The Cisco CRS-3
http://newsroom.cisco.com/dlls/2010/prod_030910.html

For product information,please visit
http://www.cisco.com/go/crs

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  • Thanks for joining us today.Cisco Introduces Foundation for Next-Generation Internet: The Cisco CRS-3http://newsroom.cisco.com/dlls/2010/prod_030910.htmlFor product information, please visithttp://www.cisco.com/go/crs
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    • 1. March 9, 2010<br />Cisco CRS-3Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet<br />
    • 2. The Future of Bandwidth<br />Media Streamers<br />3DTV / HDTV<br />Smart Phones<br />162 GB/month<br />13 TB/month<br />500 MB/month<br />Tablets / eBooks<br />TelePresence<br />Gaming<br />1 GB/month<br />45 GB/month<br /> 2 TB/month<br /> Total = 15 TB per user per month<br />
    • 3. Video<br />Video, Mobile and Cloud to Dominate Growth2008–2013<br />2/3rdZettabyte<br />525% Growth<br />Cloud<br />Mobility<br />90% <br />Consumer Traffic<br />6600%<br />Traffic Growth<br />300+%<br />Market Growth<br />Annual IP Traffic<br />2008<br />2013<br />Traffic Mix of Tomorrow Fundamentally Different<br />Source: Cisco Visual Networking Index—Forecast, 2008-2013<br />
    • 4. Next-Generation InternetNeeds Multi-directional Networking <br />Access/ Agg<br />Edge<br />IP Core<br />SP Services/Content<br />Third-Party Services/ Content<br />Business<br />
    • 5. SP Services/Content<br />Third-Party Services/ Content<br />National<br />Data Center/<br />Cloud/VHO<br />National<br />Data Center/<br />Cloud/VHO<br />Next-Generation InternetNeeds Multi-directional Networking <br />Access/ Agg<br />Edge<br />IP Core<br />Inter <br />Data-Center<br />Inter <br />Data-Center<br />Regional<br />Data <br />Center/VSO<br />Regional<br />Data Center/VSO<br />Business<br />
    • 6. IP Core<br />Introducing CRS-3 = 3x CRS-1Powered by Cisco QuantumFlow Array processor<br />IP Core<br />Unmatched Scale<br />3x CRS-1 = CRS-3 = 322Tbps<br />Unique Service Attributes<br />2x Intelligence (Core/IPv6 + Data Center/ Cloud)<br />Unprecedented Savings<br />1x CRS Family Protecting Investments<br />Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet<br />
    • 7. With 322Tbps, Cisco CRS-3 can…<br /> … download the entire printed collection of the Library of Congress in just a second<br />… can deliver 1G to nearly every household in San Francisco<br />… enable every man, woman, and child in China to make a video call, simultaneously<br />… deliver all movies ever made in just 4 minutes<br />
    • 8. Intelligence for a changing internet<br />Network Positioning System (NPS)<br />Cloud VPNs for on-demand compute, storage, network needs<br />Tight Linkages Between DC/Cloud and CRS-3<br />
    • 9. Tight Linkages Between DC/Cloud and Core<br />Workload Increases<br />Strain on DC Resources<br />1<br />1<br />Workload increase<br />Internal<br />Data Center<br />Core<br />
    • 10. Tight Linkages Between DC/Cloud and Core<br />Workload Increases<br />Strain on DC Resources<br />1<br />NPS Locates Extra Resources<br />Finds best compute and storage in the cloud<br />Search resources<br />2<br />Internal<br />Data Center<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />2<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />NPS<br />Core<br />
    • 11. Tight Linkages Between DC/Cloud and Core<br />Workload Increases<br />Strain on DC Resources<br />1<br />NPS Locates Extra Resources<br />Finds best compute and storage in the cloud<br />2<br />Internal<br />Data Center<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />Cloud VPN self-provision Network for Virtual Compute, Storage<br />UCS + Nexus + CRS<br />3<br />Cloud VPN<br />3<br />Core<br />
    • 12. Tight Linkages Between DC/Cloud and Core<br />Workload Increases<br />Strain on DC Resources<br />1<br />4<br />Workload Balanced<br />Workload increase<br />NPS Locates Extra Resources<br />Finds best compute and storage in the cloud<br />2<br />Internal<br />Data Center<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />Cloud<br />Data Center<br />Cloud VPN self-provision Network for Virtual Compute, Storage<br />UCS + Nexus + CRS<br />3<br />Core<br />Workload Balanced<br />DC Services System alleviates resource strain<br />4<br />‘Pay-as-you-go’ for compute, storage, network<br />
    • 13. “We are entering the next stage of global communication and entertainment services and applications, which requires a new set of advanced Internet networking technologies”<br />Keith Cambron, President and CEO, AT&T Labs<br />13<br />
    • 14. Services<br />Savings<br />Scale<br />Enabling You to Deliver3 x Scale, 2 x Services, 1 x CRS Family<br />Begin the Transformation<br />

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