Cisco releases Borderless Access solutions


KUALA LUMPUR: Cisco Systems Inc has released its Borderless Access solutions that enable secure wired-wireless communications, energy management and video applications. They include Cisco EnergyWise, Cisco TrustSec and Medianet.

Janesh Moorjani, managing director of borderless network architecture at Cisco, said EnergyWise harnesses network intelligence to help customers proactively control energy consumption and lower operating costs by as much as 50%.

Cisco TrustSec facilitates the deployment of security policies on wired, wireless and virtual private networks, while Medianet enables the detection and optimisation of video, as well as the allocation and prioritisation of network resources.

Janesh said governments around the world could improve public safety by having video surveillance in crime-prone areas using Medianet.

“It cuts the cost of deployment by 40% and reduces the complexity of configuring the video cameras,” he said.

He would not say if Cisco is in talks with the Malaysian Government on the use of this technology.

The products build on Cisco’s “borderless networks” vision introduced in October last year. Its Borderless Networks solutions are designed to enable businesses to connect anyone to anything, anywhere, and at any time in a secure and seamless environment.

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