ny started executing on the market transition to the 100 Gigabit Ethernet (100GE) data transfer standard as the company continued to deploy products within each of its CRS, NCS and ASR 9000 routing portfolios. Collaboration The company’s Collaboration portfolio integrates voice, video, data, and mobile applications on fixed and mobile networks across a range of devices and related information technology (IT) equipment, such as mobile phones, tablets, desktop and laptop computers, and desktop virtualization clients—sometimes collectively referred to as ‘endpoints’—that people use to access networks. During 2015, the company expanded its Collaboration offerings to incorporate a new product category called Enterprise Mobile Messaging with the launch of the Cisco Spark cloud-based service including a downloadable application, or ‘app’. Additionally, the company expanded its conferencing category with the addition of its Collaboration Meeting Rooms solution, which brings Web, video, and audio conferencing together in a single application that could be delivered in the cloud, on premises, or as a hybrid solution. Service Provider Video The company’s end-to-end, digital video systems and digital interactive, subscriber devices and Data Over Cable System Interface Specification (DOCSIS) headend and access equipment enable service providers and content originators to deliver entertainment, information, and communication services to consumers and businesses around the world. During 2015, the company began to transform its Service Provider Video portfolio. The company began shipping its ultra-fast DOCSIS cable access platform, the cBR-8, which has the capability to scale to multi-gigabit broadband access speeds. The company also began the transformation of its video software products to leverage cloud and virtualization technologies and open software. In 2015, the company entered into an agreement to sell the client premises equipment portion of its Service Provider Video connected devices business unit to French-based Technicolor. The company would continue to refocus its investments in its Service Provider Video towards cloud, security and software-based services. Data Center The Cisco Unified Computing System (UCS) enables Fast IT by combining computing, networking and storage infrastructure with management and virtualization. The company’s architecture provides pools of policy-driven, composable infrastructure that customers can optimize for traditional workloads, data analytics and cloud-native applications, all within a common operating environment with an open application program interface (API) for broad interoperability and automation. During 2015, the company expanded the Cisco UCS portfolio into data-intensive, service provider clouds and edge computing environments. At the edge, Cisco UCS Mini is an all in one solution optimized for branch and remote office, point of scale locations and smaller IT environments. Wireless Wireless access via wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) is a technology with organizations across the globe investing to provide indoor and outdoor coverage with roaming for voice, video, and data applications. The company’s wireless solutions include wireless access points; standalone, switch-converged, and cloud-managed solutions; and network managed services. The company’s wireless solutions portfolio is enhanced with security and location-based services via its Mobility Services Engine (MSE) solution. The company is also investing in customized chipset development toward the goal of delivering innovative radio frequency (RF) product functionality for its 802.11ac Wi-Fi. The company’s High Density Experience (HDX) suite of solutions, including Cisco CleanAir proactive spectrum intelligence, its ClientLink solution for mobile devices, and its VideoStream video optimization technology are illustrations of ongoing investment activity in this area. In 2015, the company completed its 802.11ac Access Point portfolio with a comprehensive set of indoor and outdoor access points. In addition, the company released two new WLAN controllers, WLC 5520 and WLC 8540. The company’s Co
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