Network architecture enhances implementation of IP voice, data, and video products in the Cisco network.

The Cisco Service-Oriented Network Architecture (SONA) is an architectural framework that delivers business solutions to unify network-based services such as security, mobility, and location with the virtualization of IT resources. Cisco IT used SONA for the multiyear internal implementation of Cisco Unified Communications solutions, applying SONA elements to simplify and enhance the implementation of IP voice, data, and video services on the Cisco network.

This Cisco SONA case study describes the benefits and best practices for deploying unified communications using the SONA framework, including:

  • Cost savings
  • Productivity improvements
  • Enhanced business processes
  • Faster deployment of new services and applications

Read the Cisco SONA and Unified Communications Case Study