I Want My IPTV! (Q3, '06)
Networked entertainment in the home is about delivering more and varied media-rich content to today's media-savvy consumers through an array of technologies more involved than just the home PC and TV. With equipment at the service provider's headend to gear in the home from acquisitions Linksys and Scientific Atlanta, Cisco plays an important role in making the "Connected Home" a reality.
Connecting People Not Devices (Q2, '06)
With a plethora of voice, video, and data products and native support for Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), Cisco Unified Communications lowers the barriers to virtual collaboration. Read all about it in the Cover Story, "People Reaching People." Also in this issue: the ABCs of VPNs, deploying Cisco Security Agent, NAC implementation basics, an IMS primer for MSOs, and a bird's-eye view of "The Connected Community."
Unleash Your Network Services (Q1, '06)
Cisco Service-Oriented Network Architecture outlines how enterprises like the National University of Singapore can evolve their network to increase efficiencies, lower costs, and strengthen business agility.
Breaking Business Boundaries (Q4, '05)
Companies everywhere—and in every industry—are yielding the business and productivity benefits of running IP applications on their networks.
In this issue are success stories of process improvements, enhanced collaboration, improved customer service, productivity gains, and cost savings enabled by video, XML, and wireless IP-based applications. Also covered: Cisco's RFID solutions, wide-area wireless LANs, new business communication solutions for small and midisized companies, and a special report on application networking.
Software Innovation (Q3, '05)
Cisco IOS is the world's most widely adopted networking software. Evolving IOS through technology innovation is demonstrated in the new Cisco Catalyst 6500 with IOS Software Modularity for enterprises and IOS XR Software for service providers. Also featured: the application-aware network; networking in space; and a special report on the emerging trends affecting today's data centers.
Self-Defending Networks (Q2, '05)
Network security is becoming adaptive, reaching inside Web applications and excising attacks at their source. This issue details the new security products from Cisco that aim to protect every packet and every packet flow on a network. Also in this issue: new integrated services routers for the small office, innovative Wideband Protocol for DOCSIS, and designing the data center access layer.
Business Resilience (Q1, '05)
Successful business operation depends on the continuity of IT systems. And because everything upon which a business depends is part of an interconnected system, the entire system must be resilient. Read how network strategies that enhance operations can also protect your business.
Services at Wire Speed (Q4, '04)
Access routing gets an architectural makeover with the introduction of the Cisco Integrated Services Routers. Designed from the ground up to support the growing needs of branch offices, and small and midsized businesses, the new Cisco 1800, 2800 and 3800 series combine IP communications, virtual private network (VPN), firewall, intrusion prevention/detection, and many other services, all in one high-performing platform.
Routing Innovation (Q3, '04)
Market demands and sophisticated new applications are accelerating architectural innovation in IP routing. In this issue of Packet find out about the new CRS-1 Carrier Routing System and how Cisco continues to innovate in routing for both service providers and enterprises of all. Also in this issue: a special report on the Intelligent Information Network, deploying video telephony, mitigating distributed denial of service attacks, virtual firewall management, and IP virtual private networks for small and midsized businesses.
IP Communications (Q2, '04)
Read how IP communications--comprising telephony service, voice mail, unified messaging, and contact center services all running over an IP data network--is helping companies become more flexible, productive, and profitable in tangible ways. Other topics include: the power over Ethernet standard, high-end routing, MPLS, the Cisco Branch of the Future for financial services, and service-driven metro networks.
Self-Defending Networks (Q1, '04)
The volume of threats to network security is rising, and so is the damage potential. While effective security technology is readily available, many companies still do not adequately protect themselves. This issue of Packet focuses on the technologies, products, and best practices that underscore an integrated systems approach to secure connectivity. Called the self-defending network, this approach helps businesses identify, prevent, and adapt to today's new and dynamic IT infrastructure threats.