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AGS End-of-Sale: North America, ICON, and Japan

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END-OF-LIFE NOTICE, NO. 344
Cisco Systems ® will be discontinuing sales of the AGS+ platform in North America, ICON, and Japan effective December 1, 1995. Please note that the AGS+ platform was announced for End-of-Sale in Europe on May 1, 1995 with a last order date of November 1, 1995. This announcement of End of Sale of the AGS+ platform does not apply to spare interface boards. The following products are affected by End-of-Sale.

Table 1. AGS+ End-of-Sale Products

Product Number

Description

AGS+/4

AGS+ 68040 16MB, 9-Slot Multiprotocol Router

CSC/4SP

CSC/4 Spare

CSC-ENVM=

Environmental Monitor Card

CSC-MC+

Flash Memory Card

CSC-MC=

Nonvolatile Memory Card

CSC-MT=

Nonvolatile Memory Card

CSC-M=

Nonvolatile Memory Card

CHAS-A+

Complete AGS+ Chassis Assembly

MAS-400=

AGS+ Chassis Power Supply, 110V

MAS-400B=

AGS+ Chassis Power Supply, 220V

MAS-11=

AGS Chassis Power Supply, 110V

MAS-11B=

AGS Chassis Power Supply, 220V

MAS-25=

U.K. Power Supply for AGS+

MAS-26=

U.K. Power Supply for AGS and MGS

MAS-10A=

AGS+ Chassis Blower Assembly Kit, 110V

MAS-10B=

AGS+ Chassis Blower Assembly Kit, 220V

MAS-A+RKI=

AGS+ Chassis Rack-Mount Kit

 
Cisco ® will continue to support the AGS+ after End-of-Sale through our SMARTnet ® and Comprehensive Maintenance programs. Customers with either of these service contracts are entitled to free software updates through all maintenance releases of 11.0, 24-hour phone support through the Technical Assistance Center, and advance replacement hardware for repairs. Comprehensive Maintenance customers also receive onsite service. Customers who do not have a maintenance contract can purchase software updates and hardware repair services from Cisco to meet specific requirements rather than full-service coverage.
Cisco recognizes the importance of protecting customers' investment. Customers often need the ability to add additional interfaces to their existing system or to update their software to a later release. Subsequently, Cisco will continue to offer spare interface boards, appliques, plates, and cables. Software releases will be available for the AGS+ through Software Release 11.0; however, this will be the last release supported on the platform.