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Wednesday, January 29, 2020

Cisco Validated Designs for IOT

Of interest via Cisco, new to me, much more below:

Internet of Things (IoT)
New Cisco Validated Designs offer customers more recipes for IoT success
Bryan Tantzen

In the kitchen, you strive to use the highest-quality ingredients possible. But you don’t typically serve one or two ingredients on a plate. Instead, you build a plan for what to serve and how to combine the ingredients to achieve the desired results. Unless you’re a culinary whiz, you probably want that information from someone who has experience preparing that meal – and a track record of creating a great-tasting result.

In other words, you want a recipe from a proven expert for a proven result. Anything else is just a science experiment.

The same holds true in the IoT realm – where the stakes, are considerably higher than the quality of a dinner. That’s the driving principle behind Cisco Validated Designs (CVDs). We know our products have proven to be the industry’s best “ingredients” for IoT networks. But we also know there can be complexity in designing, deploying and managing those products into a “meal” – a complete solution to support all courses of a real-world use case.

For every CVD, our engineers create detailed design and implementation guides that use Cisco and our partners’ products to address critical business needs. We then engineer, test and validate each design for our customers’ industry specific requirements, to guide their own deployments.

At Cisco Live Europe in Barcelona, we unveiled new and enhanced CVDs for oil and gas, manufacturing, power utilities and any organization seeking to extend its enterprise network beyond traditional carpeted spaces: ... " 

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