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Penn State's Ed Wilson Comments on the Highly Anticipated Catalyst 6500

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Uploaded on Jul 12, 2011

With renowned research facilities and top-ranked faculty working with more than 44,000 students at its main campus, Penn State University is a recognized leader in higher education. Integral to the university's commitment to teaching, learning, and research are proven IT systems that reliably connect students, faculty, and administrators to the applications and information they need. Penn State already has more than 20 Cisco Catalyst 6500 Series Switches in the core of its network, connecting hundreds of departments and tens of thousands of faculty and students. The introduction of the Catalyst 6500 Supervisor Engine 2T will extend the university's investment in Cisco systems with impressive scalability and three-fold performance gains so IT managers can better handle increased demands from users wanting higher-bandwidth services and greater mobility. Here Ed Wilson, network test engineer and system design specialist, talks briefly about his experience with the latest enhancements to the Catalyst 6500 Series.

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