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SBB Spotlight Slide Dec 2012 SBB Spotlight Slide Dec 2012 Presentation Transcript

  • CISCO DATA CENTERENVIRONMENT CHALLENGE • Process greater workloads, more efficiently• Cisco UCS B230 M1 Blade Servers • Reduce data center energy consumption and space requirements• Cisco UCS 6100 Series Fabric • Improve business continuity capabilities Interconnects CUSTOMER STATS• Cisco Nexus 5010 Switches • Government• VMware vSphere Enterprise WHY CISCO DATA CENTER SOLUTIONS • 1000 employees Plus • Cisco Unified Fabric offers unbeatable levels of cable, space, and • Based in Belgrade, Serbia• Applications: MDaemon power consolidation • Provides cable television, corporate email, disaster broadband Internet, fixed recovery for Network • Cisco UCS was easy to implement and will be easy to expand telephony, and business Operations Center connectivity services across Serbia BENEFITS • Advanced Managed Service Certified Partner since 2011 • Reduced data center power consumption, cabling, and space • Customers: 700,000 requirements • Cisco data center customer • Improved disaster recovery capabilities since 2010 • Enhanced ability to scale up infrastructure deployment • Theater: EMEAR “This was a new technology that we really wanted to adopt. Unified Fabric was at the top of the list for us in terms of cable and space consolidation, and power reduction.” – Vladimir Gajic, System Engineer, SBB © 2011 Cisco and/or its affiliates. All rights reserved. Cisco Confidential 1