Modular, Intelligent Architecture Router

Aug. 1, 2009
The Cisco 12000 Series routers provide the IT/IS department the ability to rapidly deploy new services that can generate new revenue — and reduce capital and operating expenses. The flexibility to scale the 12000 Series from 2.5 Gbps to n x 10 Gbps capacity-per-slot enables carrier-class IP/MPLS networks, while protecting investments in chassis and line cards. Priority features include: Cisco I-Flex design, a portfolio of shared port adapters (SPA) and SPA interface processors that prioritize voice, video and data services to meet an organization’s diverse service needs and stringent service-level requirements; advanced silicon and software technologies for high standards of routing performance and quality of service; comprehensive high-availability support to help avoid planned and unplanned network downtime; an integrated core and edge feature set that supports a wide range of business services; fully upgradable modular switch fabric; and, Cisco IOS XR software upgrade capability to protect investments and reduce total cost of ownership. Cisco Systems, San Jose, Calif.

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