It’s Not Enough tobe ConnectedJacob NordanSenior Director Video & Collaboration
Living in the POST-PC Era
I Don’t Care About Device   I Don’t Care About PlatformI Don’t Care About Deployment Model
ENGAGE
75 88 54ENGAGE  In-person        Significant  Engagement & Focus Collaboration is Critical    Misunderstanding    the Most...
How do you getthere from here?
Experience   Matters
Architecture Matters
Cisco Collaboration Cloud
JABBER Video
Recent developments in our Collaboration solution
Continued commitment to Federal Markets
Common Criteria Certified Products                                                                 (2/12)                 ...
FIPS Certification Levels                                                                                                 ...
Total DoD UC APL Entries (2/12)                                        80                                        70• Cisco...
Top 10 Company Activity at UNH                                               VMware, Inc.                                 ...
Top 10 Company Activity by Country• 409 total ReadyLogo                                     Jan 2010 to present  Complianc...
•   Cert #10439: Cisco Aggregation Services Router (ASR) 9000 series, Cisco Carrier Routing    System (CRS) routers CRS-1 ...
•   Cert #1657: Cisco Catalyst 3560-X and 3750-X Switches•   Cert #1647: Cisco 6901/11 IP Phones•   Cert #1650: Cisco 6921...
•   Catalyst 4K w/Sup7E (ASLAN)        •   7600S w/RSP720 (ASLAN)          •   Unified Communications Manager             ...
• Catalyst 4K w/Sup7E         • Linksys E4200• MDS 91xx Series, MDS 92xx   • Sx300 Series  Series, MDS 95xx Series  v5.2.1...
• MDS 91xx Series, MDS    • Sx300 Series  92xx Series, MDS 95xx  Series                  • Sx200 Series• 7206VXR          ...
Continued commitment to Federal Markets
Cisco’s Collaboration Direction and Commitment to Federal Organizations
Cisco’s Collaboration Direction and Commitment to Federal Organizations
Cisco’s Collaboration Direction and Commitment to Federal Organizations
Cisco’s Collaboration Direction and Commitment to Federal Organizations
Cisco’s Collaboration Direction and Commitment to Federal Organizations
Cisco’s Collaboration Direction and Commitment to Federal Organizations
Cisco’s Collaboration Direction and Commitment to Federal Organizations
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Cisco is shaping and redefining the collaboration concept in the federal space.

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Cisco’s Collaboration Direction and Commitment to Federal Organizations

  1. 1. It’s Not Enough tobe ConnectedJacob NordanSenior Director Video & Collaboration
  2. 2. Living in the POST-PC Era
  3. 3. I Don’t Care About Device I Don’t Care About PlatformI Don’t Care About Deployment Model
  4. 4. ENGAGE
  5. 5. 75 88 54ENGAGE In-person Significant Engagement & Focus Collaboration is Critical Misunderstanding the Most Important Will Slow them down %
  6. 6. How do you getthere from here?
  7. 7. Experience Matters
  8. 8. Architecture Matters
  9. 9. Cisco Collaboration Cloud
  10. 10. JABBER Video
  11. 11. Recent developments in our Collaboration solution
  12. 12. Continued commitment to Federal Markets
  13. 13. Common Criteria Certified Products (2/12) Cisco Systems, Inc.•Cisco continues to lead the pack in McAfee, Inc.number of certifications Juniper Networks, Inc.•McAfee should be evaluated for CA Technologiesgaining traction with products in Hewlett-Packard Companyevaluation for both Common Criteria Check Point Software Technologies…and FIPS Fortinet, Inc. Check Point Software Technologies Ltd. Aruba Networks Foundry Networks, Inc. Huawei Technologies Co. Ltd. Apple Inc. Brocade Riverbed Technology 0 10 20 30 40 50 60
  14. 14. FIPS Certification Levels • 28% Level 1 • 56% Level 2 • 14% Level 3 • 2% Level 4 Top 10 Companies Total FIPS Certs since Jan 2010 Overall Level: 1 Overall Level: 2 Overall Level: 3 Overall Level: 4 16 17 13 5 16 2 8 7 5 8 6 7 8 3 4 1 1 1Cisco Systems, CST Lab: eIQnetworks, Juniper McAfee, Inc. Microsoft Motorola, Inc. Red Hat®, Inc. SafeNet, Inc. SonicWALL, Inc. NVLAP Inc. Networks, Inc. Corporation Inc. 100432-0
  15. 15. Total DoD UC APL Entries (2/12) 80 70• Cisco above and beyond 60 competitors in completed 50 certifications 40 30• In evaluation data isn’t available, 20 thus trending of completed 10 would be key to monitoring Total 0 lead and competitor fluctuations Fujitsu Network Communications,… Dell HP EnteraSys Networks CISCO Tellabs CIENA McAfee, Inc. AVAYA Alcatel-Lucent Juniper Networks Brocade Nortel Networks Raytheon L-3 Communications Polycom Extreme Networks T-Metrics Inc Tandberg Lifesize Communications AMCOM SOFTWARE INC Aruba Networks, Inc. Aethra Telecomunicazioni REDCOM Laboratories Inc• Technology fields in future phases could be mapped to APL categories with assistance of SMEs• Data mining is manual and completed monthly by DoD team member
  16. 16. Top 10 Company Activity at UNH VMware, Inc. Red HatUSGv6 Compliance byProduct Type: NetApp, Inc. Juniper Networks, Inc. IBM Corp.• 80% of all activity is Hewlett Packard Corp. happening with the EMC Corporation Top 10 companies Dell, Inc. Cisco SystemsOut of the Top 10 Check Point Software Technologies, Ltd.• 60% = Host Brocade Communications Systems, Inc.• 10% = NPD Avaya, Inc.• 29% = Router 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 Host NPD Router
  17. 17. Top 10 Company Activity by Country• 409 total ReadyLogo Jan 2010 to present Compliance achieved, XEROX CORPORATION Jan 2010 to Present AU• Top 10 companies SonicWALL BE CA represent 32 % or 129 IBM CN of total activity Hewlett-Packard Company DE• US - Cisco has 18, the Hewlett-Packard FI highest # of compliance D-Link Corporation/D-Link Systems, Inc. FR in the US D-link IL INCompany US Cisco Systems JPHewlett-Packard Company 4 KRHewlett-Packard 6 Cisco Consumer Products LLCIBM 10 NZ Brother Industries, Ltd.SonicWALL 13 PHXEROX CORPORATION 14 0 5 10 15 20 25Cisco Systems 18 65
  18. 18. • Cert #10439: Cisco Aggregation Services Router (ASR) 9000 series, Cisco Carrier Routing System (CRS) routers CRS-1 and CRS-3, running IOS XR v4.x• Cert #10429: 5940 Embedded Systems Router• Cert #10425: Cisco Integrated Service Routers (ISR): Cisco 800 Series ISRs: 881, 881G and 891; Cisco 1900 Series ISRs: 1905, 1921, and 1941; Cisco 2900 Series ISRs: 2901, 2911 2921 and 2951; Cisco 3900 Series ISRs: 3925, 3925E, 3945 and 3945E; running IOS 15.1(2)T3• Cert #10384: Cisco Nexus 5000 Series Switch with 2000 Series Fabric Extenders• Cert #10381: ASA 5505, 5510, 5520, 5540, 5550, 5580 v8.3 w/AnyConnect 2.5, VPN Client 5.0, ADSM 8.3• Cert# 10361: ASR 1000• Cert# 10349: Nexus 7K
  19. 19. • Cert #1657: Cisco Catalyst 3560-X and 3750-X Switches• Cert #1647: Cisco 6901/11 IP Phones• Cert #1650: Cisco 6921/41/45/61 IP Phones• Cert #1643: Cisco Common Crypto Module (C3M)• Cert #1639: Cisco 5940 Embedded Services Router• Cert #1621: Cisco 7606-S and 7609-S Routers with Sup720-3B• Cert# 1560: Cisco 3925E and Cisco 3945E Integrated Services Routers (ISRs)• Cert# 1533: Nexus 7K 10-slot chassis• Cert# 1534: Nexus 7K 18-slot chassis• Cert# 1529: Cisco 881, Cisco 881G and Cisco 891 Integrated Services Routers (ISRs)• Cert# 1521: Cisco 2951, Cisco 3925 and Cisco 3945 Integrated Services Routers (ISRs)• Cert# 1520: Cisco 1905, Cisco 1921, Cisco 1941, Cisco 2901, Cisco 2911 and Cisco 2921 Integrated Services Routers (ISRs)• Cert# 1497: Cisco Secure Access Control Server (ACS) FIPS module (NSS), v3.12.5
  20. 20. • Catalyst 4K w/Sup7E (ASLAN) • 7600S w/RSP720 (ASLAN) • Unified Communications Manager Express 8.0 (PBX1)• Nexus 7K w/NX OS 5.1(1a) (ASLAN) • 2900 ISR (ASLAN) • Unified Communications• Nexus 7K w/NX OS 5.0(2a) (ASLAN) • ASR 1000 (EBC) Manager, v8.0(2) (LSC)• Nexus 5K (ASLAN) • 7200 (CER) • Unified Communications Manager, v8.0(2) (PBX1)• Catalyst 4500 w/Sup6E, Sup6L-E • ASA 5500 (VPN, FW) (ASLAN) • Wireless AP 1131, 1142, 1242, • Unity Connection 8.0(2) (incl 1252, 1262 Rel 7.0• Catalyst 3750x, 3750v2, 3750E PIMG-A, PIMG-D, TIMG) (ASLAN) • Wireless AP 1522, 1524 Rel 7.0 • MeetingPlace Express 2.1• Catalyst 3560x, 3650v2, 3650E • WirelessAP 3500e, 3500i Rel 7.0 (ASLAN) • Wireless AP 1131, 1142, 1242,• Catalyst 6500E 1252, 1522 Rel. 5.2.193.0 w/Sup720/Sup32/Sup vs-s720 (ASLAN)• ME6524 (ASLAN)
  21. 21. • Catalyst 4K w/Sup7E • Linksys E4200• MDS 91xx Series, MDS 92xx • Sx300 Series Series, MDS 95xx Series v5.2.1 or later • Sx200 Series• ASR1K • 79xx IP Phones• 7206VXR • ACE 4710• ISR G2 IKEv2 and IPSec v3 • ACE 30 / 6500• CRS-1, CRS-3 • ACE 30 / 7600
  22. 22. • MDS 91xx Series, MDS • Sx300 Series 92xx Series, MDS 95xx Series • Sx200 Series• 7206VXR • ACE 4710• Catalyst 4K w/Sup7E • ACE 30 / 6500• ISR-G2 IPSec • ACE 30 / 7600• ASR 1K • 79xx IP Phones• Linksys E4200
  23. 23. Continued commitment to Federal Markets

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