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During the 1990s Cisco's growth was record-breaking in terms of revenue and employees. As Cisco grew, its network needs grew, both in capacity and capability - connectivity to begin with, but soon afterward larger data transport and business applications, globally. What the Cisco IT team learned is that running a global company also means supporting a global infrastructure. By the end of the 1990s, the Cisco WAN, while powerful by most standards, had a set of next-generation applications to support. Rethinking, rearchitecting, redistributing, and bringing next-generation routing online would make a tremendous difference in how well the WAN could support Cisco's business needs.
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