Cisco this week organised two seminars in Hà Nội and HCM City to introduce its ‘intent-based network’ which would help enterprises develop a digital-ready architecture to deal with challenges arising from rapid digitalisation.— VNS Photo
Viet Nam News
HÀ NỘI — Cisco this week organised two seminars in Hà Nội and HCM City to introduce its ‘intent-based network’ which would help enterprises develop a digital-ready architecture to deal with challenges arising from rapid digitalisation.
Lương Thị Lệ Thủy, general director of Cisco Việt Nam, said that digitalisation was powered by a number of trends including mobile technology, Internet of Things and cloud computing, urging enterprises to adapt.
Cisco Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA) is an open platform which provides solutions to allow for the development of digital-ready architecture, including visibility, control and automation.
A report by global analytics firm IDC pointed out that Cisco DNA would help improve the efficiency of IT staff by more than 28 per cent, speed up the implementation of new applications by 17 per cent, and especially increase the ratio of net profit to cost by up to 402 per cent in five years.
Thủy said that with the development of its intent-based network, the company aimed to promote the development of enterprises and allow them to grasp opportunities.
Cisco’s statistics showed that connected devices increased from just 1,000 more than 30 years ago to 14 billion, and forecast them to reach 50 billion by 2020 and 500 billion by 2030. — VNS