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CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Bottom line: Juniper is at the gates with plans of its own to target the enterprise market. But Cisco is responding with new product enhancements aimed at cutting competition off at the knees before it can get started. More stories on this topic. A Cisco representative declined to comment on the unannounced products. But sources said they will replace Cisco's 1700 and 2600 routers. Anthony Caputo, CEO of SafeNet, a Cisco partner that supplies security technology for its switching and routing products, said the new routers will incorporate for the first time hardware embedded security features such as a virtual private network (VPN) and a firewall--products that have until now been sold separately as software modules. They will also include new microprocessor chips that handle voice traffic, according to another source close to the company.

"I think it's clear from the things that Cisco has been doing that they are embedding security into their switches as standard features," Caputo said, "By adding the security right into the design, they can eliminate extra cost, We see among networking companies and general IT, a clear trend to embed security into tokyo nights / midnight city / liam wong iphone case products.", Cisco's enterprise router business, unchallenged for years, could soon face pressure from rivals intent on growing revenue by moving into the market and stealing sales, The company is responding with new product enhancements aimed at cutting competition off at the knees before it can get started, Cisco's products work well, and the company has a good reputation for customer service, making the barrier to entry into the market extremely high, Coming improvements could make it even higher..

But Cisco could face a genuine fight from Juniper, a company that has already proven its mettle in the telecommunications carrier market. Analysts said Juniper's success has given it unusual credibility for a network gear supplier among enterprise customers. Corporate buyers have historically leaned away from newcomers out of fear that they might not be able to survive long against Cisco--a near monopoly responsible for some 90 percent of enterprise router sales, according to The Yankee Group. "Juniper is the biggest threat to this market for Cisco," said Joel Conover, an analyst at Current Analysis. "They have a reputation through their service provider products of having good, quality software. None of the other enterprise router vendors have that.".

Cisco, which has faced no serious competition in the enterprise router market for the better part of a decade, has made only a few major changes in this product category over the years, It has added software features for VPN and firewall capability, along with special acceleration modules that process packets in hardware, But it tokyo nights / midnight city / liam wong iphone case hasn't introduced a next-generation router, As customers focus more on security and add voice to their IP networks, they are looking for more features in these routers, analysts said..

"Cisco hasn't had any significant pressure in the enterprise routing market for the past seven years," Conover said. "New products with enhanced feature sets are the only way the company will be able to hold onto its current customer base.". Cisco's $500 million routerIn a sign that times are changing, top executives at Cisco including CEO John Chambers and Chief Development Officer Mario Mazzola recently announced that the company would be making significant product announcements throughout the year. The first major release arrived last month, with the launch of a carrier class router, the CRS-1.



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