Evaluating and Enhancing Green Practices with Cisco Catalyst Switching

By Cisco Systems

Posted December 2009


Abstract:

 

National security, environmental, and resource supply issues will drive governments to implement green initiatives and incentives. There will be business ramifications as a result of policies implemented by local, state, and federal governments around the world. As traditional energy supplies decrease and newer, but more costly, renewable supplies are brought online, organizations will be forced to look for more efficient ways to deploy their data networks to meet stricter government regulations and prevent a bottom-line impact.

 

Cisco has recognized this impending impact on the IT community for some time and has been building products and developing new technologies to assist organizations in this transition. This document describes the Green Operations and Characteristics of the Cisco Catalyst Series Switches. These switches include the 6500 Series, 4500 Series, 3750 Series, 3560 Series, and 2960 Series Switches. These Cisco Catalyst switch families offer the latest technologies to enable organizations to meet the green requirements of today while providing flexible architectures to address the necessities of tomorrow. This paper covers the following topics:

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Energy Savings

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Operational Efficiency

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Innovative Business Practices

 

 

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