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Profile of Greg Ferro

Network Architect & Blogger
Blog Posts: 52

Greg has nearly 30 years of experience as an IT infrastructure engineer and has been focused on data networking for about 20, including 12 years as Cisco CCIE. He has worked in Asia and Europe as a network engineer and architect for a wide range of large and small firms in many verticals. He has been writing about networking for more than 20 years and in the media since 2001.

You can email Greg or follow him on Twitter as @etherealmind. He also writes the technical blog Etherealmind.com and hosts a weekly podcast on data networking at Packet Pushers.

Articles by Greg Ferro
posted in February 2013

Cisco's ONE Controller Debuts; Targets SDN

2/4/2013
Cisco's SDN architecture gets its keystone with the launch of the Cisco ONE Controller, a software package that supports OpenFlow and its own onePK APIs. Cisco also announced support for hybrid clouds with its Nexus 1000V product and the Nexus 6000, a new data center switch.

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Cisco Nexus 6000: First Impressions

2/1/2013
I got a sneak peek of the Cisco Nexus 6000 switch series at Cisco Live. It's packed with 40-GbE ports, multicast support and solid core Ethernet capabilities that will translate into speed, simplicity and scale. The Nexus 6000 means Cisco finally "gets" cloud networking.

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