Cisco’s Intent-Based Networking: Good News for Real-Time Collaboration

Cisco’s Intent-Based Networking: Good News for Real-Time Collaboration

Cisco’s (and competitor’s) intent-based networking should reduce network cost and complexity for supporting ever-increasing real-time applications.

As you may previously have read on No Jitter, Cisco last week introduced its intelligent network offering, dubbed “the network intuitive.” The core concept is to make networks application-aware, enabling them to recognize, prioritize, and manage applications in a highly automated fashion. The end result, Cisco argues, is that networks will be better able to support business applications (and outcomes), require less management resources, and achieve a higher level of security by being able to recognize and react to abnormalities.

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