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Cisco Brings Intent-Based Networking to IoT

SAN JOSE — Today we are announcing Cisco DNA enhancements, aimed at further helping you manage the changing extent of networks and expanding the benefits of intent-based networking to IoT. We’re committed to doing everything we can to help you make the transition to IoT-heavy, extended enterprise networks easier. …

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Huawei debuts its first intent-based networking proposition

Huawei has taken its first steps into the world of intent-based networking (IBN) with the launch of its first network automation proposition, addressing network management pain points across five enterprise scenarios – campus networks, datacentre networks, branch network interconnections, wide area networking (WAN) and network security. By submitting your personal …

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Cisco Extends its Intent-based Networking to IoT

Cisco is taking its intent-based networking concept, which it first revealed in June 2017, and is extending it to the Internet of Things (IoT). At a high-level intent-based networking means that network operators just tell the network how they want it to run, and it will comply. The goal is …

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New Chamber networking group debuts Thursday

ROCK FALLS – The Rock Falls Chamber of Commerce is ready to launch its second new networking group, this one targeting professionals in nonprofit businesses. The first group in the Chamber’s initiative, the Young Professionals Collective, made its debut in October. The success of that networking group led the Chamber …

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PACC holds successful Speed Networking event

Diana Liddy, Director of Community Relations Care One, Robert Peluso, President Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce and Kim Polachek, Director of Marketing Care One PARSIPPANY — At its monthly evening meeting, Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce held a “Speed Networking” event at Care One at Morris Assisted Living, 200 …

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