To help the customers in simplifying the complexity of modern IT, Cisco is creating an architecture that covers every domain of intent-based network
Technology major Cisco has launched new artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) capabilities, in order to help the information technology (IT) teams better understand the behaviour of network.
With the businesses increasingly investing in digital technologies, the workload of IT teams has been amplified. To ease this burden and enable IT teams to focus on innovation, the company has introduced innovations to more efficiently manage users and applications across the enterprise network, from campus networks and wide-area networks, to the IoT edge and data centers.
Making networks simple and secure
During a company’s conference, Chuck Robbins, CEO, Cisco, said, “We’re continuing to reinvent the way networks are managed by adding AI and ML capabilities. Great work by the Cisco teams to continue making networks simpler and more secure.”
He further said that there is a huge surge of blockchain, Internet of Things (IoT) and other disruptive technologies, therefore, enterprises require to rearchitect their networking space.
Scott Harrell, Senior Vice President and General Manager – Enterprise Networking Business, Cisco, said, “AI and ML can enable businesses to efficiently discern which issues to prioritise, becoming more proactive and nimble. This will have a profound effect on network operations and the IT teams that run them.”
The IT teams in almost 75 per cent of organisations are facing amplified workloads. However, increasing the IT headcount is on the card for just one-third of organisations in the coming year, according to a latest study by 451 Research.
In order to help the customers in simplifying the complexity of modern IT, Cisco is creating an architecture that covers every domain of intent-based network including campus, branch, IoT, WAN, cloud and data center. The company has developed solutions that are optimised to suit the unique requirements of each of these networking domains.