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Tomorrow’s network, today by Cisco and Micro. Age December 1 st, 2009 Tomorrow’s network, today by Cisco and Micro. Age December 1 st, 2009

Program Introduction to Micro. Age Maria Fiore Business Development Manager Micro. Age Tomorrow’s network, Program Introduction to Micro. Age Maria Fiore Business Development Manager Micro. Age Tomorrow’s network, today Al Pardhan Channels Systems Engineer Cisco © 2006 Micro. Age

Introduction to Micro. Age Presented by Maria Fiore Business Development Manager Introduction to Micro. Age Presented by Maria Fiore Business Development Manager

Micro. Age at a glance §Canada’s leading network of independently-owned systems integrators and value-added Micro. Age at a glance §Canada’s leading network of independently-owned systems integrators and value-added resellers §Over 40 locations across Canada, many in operation since 1981 §Specializing in multi-vendor turnkey solutions: hardware + software + technical & professional services §Vast experience in SME & public sector © 2006 Micro. Age

Micro. Age Delivers §IT Solutions §Industry-leading IT products §IT consulting §Procurement planning §Training §Technical Micro. Age Delivers §IT Solutions §Industry-leading IT products §IT consulting §Procurement planning §Training §Technical support §Flexible leasing/financing options §E-waste management services © 2006 Micro. Age

Micro. Age: your trusted business technology partner §Highly qualified local IT personnel §Proven experience Micro. Age: your trusted business technology partner §Highly qualified local IT personnel §Proven experience and IT knowledge breadth and depth §Strength of national network §Commitment to customer service excellence © 2006 Micro. Age

Tomorrow’s network, today Cisco’s Borderless Network Transforming your Branch Experience Presented by: Al Pardhan, Tomorrow’s network, today Cisco’s Borderless Network Transforming your Branch Experience Presented by: Al Pardhan, Channels Systems Engineer © 2006 Micro. Age EDCS-785896

Tomorrow’s network, today § How to deliver next-generation WAN and network service requirements § Tomorrow’s network, today § How to deliver next-generation WAN and network service requirements § How to become more productive through increased video-based collaboration and rich media services § How to securely transition to the latest cloud and virtualized network services © 2006 Micro. Age

Cisco’s borderless network Service Virtualization § Services on demand § Customized services § Cloud Cisco’s borderless network Service Virtualization § Services on demand § Customized services § Cloud extension Business Innovation Video-Ready § Rich media applications § High performance § Application optimization Customer Experience Operational Excellence § Greener technology § Operational simplicity § Investment protection Lowest TCO © 2006 Micro. Age

Introducing Cisco Integrated Services Router Generation 2 3925, 3945 2901, 2911, Performance, Scalability, Availability Introducing Cisco Integrated Services Router Generation 2 3925, 3945 2901, 2911, Performance, Scalability, Availability 2921, 2951 1941, 1941 W 860, 880, 890 Virtual Office Secure Mobility Customizable Applications Secure Collaboration Scalable Rich. Media Services Enhancing the Customer Experience © 2006 Micro. Age

Video-Ready Increase productivity through: § § § High performance video-based collaboration Media-rich services Application Video-Ready Increase productivity through: § § § High performance video-based collaboration Media-rich services Application optimization © 2006 Micro. Age

Video-Ready Rich-media Services with Medianet § § Video-Ready Media Engine (PVDM 3) Scalable audio-conferencing Video-Ready Rich-media Services with Medianet § § Video-Ready Media Engine (PVDM 3) Scalable audio-conferencing Increased Video Storage (Up to 1 TB per module) Multi-Gigabit Fabric for hi-performance connectivity § WAN Optimization and Application Acceleration © 2006 Micro. Age

Superior Customer Experience Superior customer experience with up to 150 concurrent richmedia collaboration sessions Superior Customer Experience Superior customer experience with up to 150 concurrent richmedia collaboration sessions Telepresence to Mid-Size Branch Offices Secure IP Video Surveillance High-scale Webex and desktop video collaboration Streaming video / Digital Signage © 2006 Micro. Age

PVDM 3 DSPs § All PVDM 3 SKUs supported on all Cisco 2900 and PVDM 3 DSPs § All PVDM 3 SKUs supported on all Cisco 2900 and 3900 series platforms PVDM 3 SKUs § Up to 4 X voice channel density per slot G. 711 Channels § Video feature ready § Migration enabled by support for the co-existence of PVDM 2, PVDM 2 -DM and PVDM 3 on the Cisco 2900 and 3900 series platforms 192 128 64 PVDM 3 -32 § Feature parity with the PVDM 2 s PVDM 3192 PVDM 3 -64 § Enhanced multi-core DSP architecture optimized for rich-media UC applications 256 PVDM 3128 -GE backplane interface with for increased IP throughput PVDM 3256 32 PVDM 3 -16 16 Video Ready DSP © 2006 Micro. Age

Service Virtualization § Securely transition to the cloud § Virtualize customized network services © Service Virtualization § Securely transition to the cloud § Virtualize customized network services © 2006 Micro. Age

Transitioning to the cloud Features § Provides resources and services on demand at scale Transitioning to the cloud Features § Provides resources and services on demand at scale in a multi-tenant environment § Handles the increasing Internet data – – Rich web applications Services from online service providers Large data processing jobs Digital media creation with follow-on global distribution Benefits § Global distribution capabilities § Operational efficiency – – – Consistent infrastructure Policy-based automation Trusted multi-tenant operations § Regulatory compliance through automated data policies § Lower-cost computing © 2006 Micro. Age

Virtualized Network Services Features § Ability to logically partition a single physical device into Virtualized Network Services Features § Ability to logically partition a single physical device into many virtual devices § Each virtual device is independent and isolated § Each virtual device can have its own configuration files, management interfaces, and access-control policies Benefits § Accelerated and lower-cost application rollout and upgrades § Improved workflow § Centralized control of delegated management © 2006 Micro. Age

Introducing The Multi Gigabit Fabric (MGF) ASIC Superior scalability by providing direct highperformance connectivity Introducing The Multi Gigabit Fabric (MGF) ASIC Superior scalability by providing direct highperformance connectivity between services and modules. - Provides connectivity between EHWICs, PVDM 3 s, SMs and ISMs through the backplane SM CPU MGF Fabric SM Offload the CPU when providing connectivity to internal modules or between services - There will be no CPU involvement when providing the service integration and traffic redirection as mentioned above Legacy interface modules do not benefit from the MGF and connect directly to the system CPU Front Panel Ports PVDM 3 WLAN ISM EHWIC (1941) GE Serdes PCIe HWIC DDR Note: Not all possible modules are shown © 2006 Micro. Age

VLAN Connect for Intra-Chassis Module Interconnect VLAN 7 SM/ISM § VLAN connect enables traffic VLAN Connect for Intra-Chassis Module Interconnect VLAN 7 SM/ISM § VLAN connect enables traffic in a certain VLAN from one Module to be directed to another Module VLAN 190 § Multiple VLANs can be connected from the source module Model VLAN Connection MGF Fabric SM/ISM 3945 3925 2951 2921 2911 2901 1941 11 7 7 5 5 3 3 © 2006 Micro. Age

USB Console § Any Mini USB cable is supported § As an environmental measure, USB Console § Any Mini USB cable is supported § As an environmental measure, Cisco no longer ships console cables by default. * ØNew Type B mini USB Console Port § Enables use of a Mini USB cable for console access in addition to the Cisco console cable § Mini USBs are commonly used for cell phones and digital cameras and offer a more flexible console access by not being limited to the Cisco console cable § Only one console can be active at a time; USB cable always takes precedence * Console cables in shipment of new router are an option that needs to be configured at time of ordering © 2006 Micro. Age

ISR G 2 Performance Positioning Line Rate FE + 150 Mb VDSL 2+/Sub -rate ISR G 2 Performance Positioning Line Rate FE + 150 Mb VDSL 2+/Sub -rate FE 75 Mb T 1/E 1 EFM WAN Access Speed With Services WAN Access and Collaboration 3945 100 Mb 3925 2951 50 Mb 2921 35 Mb 2911 25 Mb 1941/2901 25 35 50 75 100 150 Concurrent Rich-media Collaboration Sessions © 2006 Micro. Age

Service Modules and Interface Cards (WAN or LAN) EHWIC Enhanced High Speed WAN Interface Service Modules and Interface Cards (WAN or LAN) EHWIC Enhanced High Speed WAN Interface Card Internal Module for Running Services That Don’t Require Interface Ports, Dedicated CPU and Memory ISM Internal Service Module Independent CPU and Memory for Hosting Services or High Density Interface Ports SM Service Module High Density Rich-Media Voice and Video DSP Modules PVDM 3 Packet Voice/ Data Module © 2006 Micro. Age

Platform Module Slot Evolution X WIC HWIC Supports VIC, VWIC Supports WIC, VIC NM Platform Module Slot Evolution X WIC HWIC Supports VIC, VWIC Supports WIC, VIC NM NME, EVM Supports NM, NME-XD EHWIC Supports WIC, VIC X NME-X NME SM Supports NM, NME AIM ISM PVDM 2 AIM PVDM 3 Supports PVDM 2 Via Adapter Card Pre-ISR ISR G 2 Micro. Age © 2006

Adapters § Maximize investment protection while allowing for platform evolution § Provide maximum interface Adapters § Maximize investment protection while allowing for platform evolution § Provide maximum interface coverage at platform FCS NM to SM Adapter PVDM 2 to PVDM 3 Adapter © 2006 Micro. Age

Operational Excellence § Delivers up to five times greater performance § Greener technology: lower Operational Excellence § Delivers up to five times greater performance § Greener technology: lower energy costs § Total cost of ownership is lowered § Ease of connectivity: anyone, anytime, anywhere © 2006 Micro. Age

ISR Generation 2: Services Ready Engines (SRE) Internal Service Module (ISM) Single Core x ISR Generation 2: Services Ready Engines (SRE) Internal Service Module (ISM) Single Core x 86 512 MB RAM, 4 GB Flash Available on 1941 & above—Selected Services Service Module (SM) Dual Core High Performance x 86 2– 4 GB RAM, 500 GB-1 TB HDD Available on 2911 and above—Full Range of Services Up to 7 x Performance Improvement Compared to Previous Generation Support for Energy. Wise®—Reduces Power Consumption High Capacity Storage, RAID Capable and FRU Disks—Enable HA Deployments Integrated Management, Troubleshooting, on-board HW Diagnostics Tool © 2006 Micro. Age

ISR Generation 2: SRE (continued) Flexible “Service Ready” Deployment Model § Deploy HW with ISR Generation 2: SRE (continued) Flexible “Service Ready” Deployment Model § Deploy HW with router § SW can be deployed remotely saving truck roll costs § Available Services § Application extension Platform, Cisco Unity Express § Roadmap § WAAS, Wireless LAN Controller, Video Surveillance, Network Analysis, Server Virtualization, Windows Server © 2006 Micro. Age

New Enhanced Ether. Switch Service Modules § 16, 24, and 48 ports of GE New Enhanced Ether. Switch Service Modules § 16, 24, and 48 ports of GE or FE LAN § Feature parity with Catalyst 3560 -E and 2960 § Local Line-rate Layer 2/3 switching § Supports Cisco Energy. Wise for green IT § Integration with MGF for LAN traffic performance optimization between modules, with no impact on CPU/WAN performance § Integrates the latest enterprise switch features into the router, with the same features and configurations that are in the headquarters § Industry Leading Power Over Ethernet • Enhanced POE (e. POE) Up to 20 watts per port • Takes advantage of 2900/3900 increased power levels offering up to 1040 watts per chassis • Per port autosensing and configuration of power levels § Industry leading security and authentication § Auto Smartports for plug and play port configuration Gigabit Ethernet © 2006 Micro. Age

Power Management: Modules and Scenarios Policy : 12 Hours on per Working Day Support Power Management: Modules and Scenarios Policy : 12 Hours on per Working Day Support Available in: § ISM (SRE) § SM (SRE—Ether. Switch) § PVDM 3 § EHWICs AM PM Hours Days Hours Total ON Working days Mon-Fri 251 (x 12 h) 3012 OFF Weekends 104 (x 24 h) 2496 OFF Holidays 10 (x 24 h) 240 365 8760 Total 5748 66% of the Time It Could Be Off 8760 © 2006 Micro. Age

Energy Efficiency = Real Results 5 Year Results $ 87 K in Savings 54% Energy Efficiency = Real Results 5 Year Results $ 87 K in Savings 54% Savings in Energy 451 Tons of CO 2 83 Cars Removed © 2006 Micro. Age

IOS Software Packaging: Evolution Current New Universal Image Advanced Enterprise Services U. C. Security IOS Software Packaging: Evolution Current New Universal Image Advanced Enterprise Services U. C. Security Advanced IP Services Adv. Security Enterprise Services SP Services IP Voice IP Base Ent. Base Data IP Base § Simplified Software Management § Less Costly Software Upgrades § Enable Development of New Software Based Business Models © 2006 Micro. Age

What’s New Cisco ISR G 2 Up to 45 Mbps with Services WAN Performance What’s New Cisco ISR G 2 Up to 45 Mbps with Services WAN Performance Up to 150 Mbps with Services Single Network processor Multi-core X with 160 GB Voice Only Service Module Performance and Capacity Onboard DSPs Up to 7 X with Dual Core and 1 TB storage Voice + Video © 2006 Micro. Age

What’s New Cisco ISR G 2 Up to 45 Mbps with Services WAN Performance What’s New Cisco ISR G 2 Up to 45 Mbps with Services WAN Performance Up to 150 Mbps with Services Single Network processor Multi-core X with 160 GB Voice Only Fast Ethernet with Po. E. Based on Catalyst 3560/3750 Multiple Hardware Coupled Service Module Performance and Capacity Up to 7 X with Dual Core and 1 TB storage Onboard DSPs Voice + Video Switch Modules FE/Gigabit Ethernet with Po. E+ Based on Catalyst 3560– E/2960 IOS Images Service Delivery Single Motherboard Redundancy Single Universal IOS Image Virtual Services “On-demand” Redundant power supplies. Field-upgradeable motherboard © 2006 Micro. Age

What’s New Cisco ISR G 2 Up to 45 Mbps with Services WAN Performance What’s New Cisco ISR G 2 Up to 45 Mbps with Services WAN Performance Up to 150 Mbps with Services Single Network processor Multi-core X with 160 GB Voice Only Fast Ethernet with Po. E. Based on Catalyst 3560/3750 Multiple Hardware Coupled Service Module Performance and Capacity Up to 7 X with Dual Core and 1 TB storage Onboard DSPs Voice + Video Switch Modules FE/Gigabit Ethernet with Po. E+ Based on Catalyst 3560– E/2960 IOS Images Service Delivery Single Motherboard Single Universal IOS Image Virtual Services “On-demand” Redundancy Energy. Wise Redundant power supplies. Field-upgradeable motherboard Energy Efficiency Energy. Wise with slot based controls. Up to 5 X the Performance. Similar price points. © 2006 Micro. Age

Cisco’s borderless network Service Virtualization § Services on demand § Customized services § Cloud Cisco’s borderless network Service Virtualization § Services on demand § Customized services § Cloud extension Business Innovation Video-Ready § Rich media applications § High performance § Application optimization Customer Experience Operational Excellence § Greener technology § Operational simplicity § Investment protection Lowest TCO © 2006 Micro. Age

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