University Deploys Unified Fabric in Data Center
Source: Cisco Systems
University of Arizona the university wanted to modernize its data center to support new initiatives to increase administrative efficiency and reduce costs, such as replacing all enterprise applications and accelerating the adoption of virtualization. The new network infrastructure would need to support server virtualization and latency-sensitive applications. The University of Arizona is using the Cisco Nexus family as the platform for its next-generation data center network which will save a projected US$1.2 million over two years, reduced average in-rack cable count from 80 to 2 and enabled latency-sensitive applications.