Datacenter Virtualization

More than ever, you need to respond to new business demands quickly, without compromising security, efficiency, control or choice. Virtualized Datacenter architecture helps enterprises achieve distinct IT outcomes for greater security, availability, faster service delivery and lower cost.

Software Defined Networks

A new approach to designing, building, and managing networks that separates the network’s control (brains) and forwarding (muscle) planes to better optimize each. Offering a centralized, programmable network that can dynamically provision so as to address the changing needs of businesses.

Internet of Everything

Imagine living in a world of connected things that can intelligently and intuitively respond to what you need and want. Devices in your home and in the world around you could discover one another, connect and interact, while adding personal context to situations, so they work for you.


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“Integrating sensors and actuators with the cloud is a building block of the next internet evolution. The pervasive connectivity and distributed intelligence will play increasingly important role in business strategy. Datacenter is changing and we're on it !”

Eloquent Network Scientist

Network Simplification

One of the building blocks for managing network complexity is software-defined networking. SDN aims to make network elements programmable in a unified way to simplify applications on top of the network.Another building block is autonomic networking, which reduces complexity by distributing certain functions among network elements. It also removes much of the manual work by allowing network devices to configure, manage, and heal themselves. Network simplification is a combination of these concepts—and others such as IP and optical, segment routing, and IPv6 deployments—in an architectural approach.

Predictive Context

Today, we can access data anywhere, at any time, from any device. But the amount of data available is so huge that it has become overwhelming—and not always particularly useful. Predictive context-aware computing addresses this problem, it goes beyond anytime and anywhere data. Networks can anticipate what you need and then provide it. This completely transforms the user experience. In this new world, users receive the right data, at the right place, at the right time, and on the right device. Automatically.

Fog Computing

Where cloud computing is extended to the edge of the network. This creates a highly virtualized platform that provides compute, storage, and networking services between end devices and traditional cloud computing data centers.These services are the building blocks of both the cloud and the fog. They are critical for supporting the emerging wave of Internet deployments, which require mobility support and geo-distribution, location awareness, real-time interactions, and low latency. Also important is the ability to support a very large number of nodes in highly heterogeneous environments.

Securing the IoT

More things are being connected to address a growing range of business needs. By 2020, more than 50 billion things will connect to the Internet—seven times our human population. Examples are wearable health and performance monitors, connected vehicles, smart grids, connected oil rigs, and connected manufacturing. Inadequate security will be a critical barrier to large-scale deployment of IoT systems and to broad customer adoption of IoT applications. Simply extending existing IT security architectures to IoT will not be sufficient. The IoT world requires new security approaches, creating fertile ground for innovative and disruptive thinking and solutions.