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Cisco Cius Tablet Ships

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on April 17th, 2011

We have some good news concerning the Cisco Cius tablet today. You can now purchase Cisco’s new Android tablet. The Cisco Cius is an ultra-portable business tablet that offers access to essential business applications and technologies. For business.

It supports Wi-Fi (802.11a/b/g/n), 3G/4G data and Bluetooth 3.0, HD video (720p) with Cisco TelePresence solution, a 7-inch high-resolution color screen and a battery that delivers up to 8-hours of use. The Cisco Cius tablet can only be ordered through your Cisco field representative at the moment.

Cisco to Release Digi-Piggy Piggy Bank

Posted in Cisco by Conner Flynn on February 13th, 2011

The piggy bank is as old as money itself. The latest incarnation is the Digi-Piggy, which will tell you exactly how much is kept inside it. It keeps count via a digital readout on its snout. It will keep track of American coins and only coins, no paper money.

The Digi-Piggy will arrive in the third quarter of 2011 and will be available in all major retail outlets. If you can’t wait, you can pre-order it now. Seems like a great update to the old piggy bank.

Cisco unveils Cius Android tablet with HD video

Posted in Tablet PC by Conner Flynn on June 29th, 2010

Cisco has just announced a business-minded Android tablet, called the Cius. The tablet offers HD video streaming, real-time video, multi-party conferencing, plus all the regular tablet functions you know and love like messaging, email, and browsing.

No word on the size of the tablet yet, or technical specs, but we know it will weigh 1.15lbs, so it is likely on the small end. Nothing on pricing or availability yet either, but we’re intrigued. Hopefully we will know more soon.

Cisco announces E-Series line of home routers

Posted in Cisco by Conner Flynn on March 31st, 2010

If you are ready to get in on some 802.11n action, then check this out. Cisco has announced the Linksys E-Series line of routers for your home, apartment, small business, or cave with an electrical outlet. They all feature the new Cisco Connect software, which has parental control and a separate password-protected guest network.

These good looking routers are priced between $80 and $180. Select models include Gigabit Ethernet, UPnP AV Media Server, external storage via USB, Linux, and more.

Cisco’s FlipShareTV

Posted in Cisco by Conner Flynn on October 30th, 2009

Cisco's FlipShareTVCisco just announced FlipShareTV, although we don’t have some very important info, like the release date and pricing information. All we have is a brief explanation of how it works. Apparently previously recorded video, accessed on a computer via FlipShare software, is then wirelessly streamed with the FlipShareTV USB stick to the small FlipShareTV box and controlled via remote.

It’s odd because it uses these three items to perform a somewhat basic task by today’s standards. There may be more to this device, but if there is they aren’t sharing.


Play Edge Quest 2, win prizes

Posted in Contests by Conner Flynn on March 3rd, 2009

Play Edge Quest 2, win prizesIf you’re a fan of Edge Quest, Cisco is sponsoring the Edge Quest 2 Tournament. It started earlier today and runs through Friday, March 6, 2009. Players have the chance to win a $500 gift card and also a new Cisco Wireless Audio Home System. There’s also some prizes for runner-up contestants. You can play the game here. After you register here.

To help kick it off, we’re getting in on the action and giving away a TomTom XL 330S 4.3-Inch Widescreen Portable GPS Navigator. The requirements to with the TomTom are simple: If you live in the US then leave a comment below. It’s just that simple.

Linksys by Cisco Wireless Home Audio system unveiled

Posted in Cisco by Conner Flynn on January 7th, 2009

Linksys by Cisco Wireless Home Audio system unveiledCisco has introduced it’s Wireless Home Audio line and three new dual-drive NAS’ during CES 2009. The Wireless Home Audio system uses Ethernet, 802.11n, and DLNA to stream audio over multiple zones throughout your home.

Some of the new products are the Conductor DMC350 Wireless-N Digital Music Center, Director DMC250 Wireless-N Music Player with Integrated Amplifier, Player DMP100 Wireless-N Music Extender, Stereo Speaker Kit DSPK50, DMWR1000 Wireless-N Touchscreen Remote, iPod docking station and the DMRIR500 IR Remote. The price starts at $300 and goes up from there.


Cisco makes a big fast switch

Posted in Networking by Darrin Olson on January 28th, 2008

Cisco Nexus 7000 series switch with 10 Gigabit EthernetCisco today unveiled the Nexus 7000 series networking switch boasting remarkable speeds of 15 terabits per second through a “unified fabric” architecture giving very high speed connections through very long distances. Cisco has invested around three years and $250 million into this technology which Doug Gourlay of Cisco describes as the most important product launch since the dawn of switches themselves.

A networking switch is designed to control the flow and direction of data quickly and efficiently between computers, and the Nexus 7000 has the same purpose, but with some significant differences. Aside from just an impressive bandwidth the switch family uses a hybrid type of connection which combines Fibre Channel and Infiniband cables with Ethernet cables giving a very high speed connection that is able to connect computers over great distances that the Fibre Channel and Infiniband cables were unable to do in the past. Distances between machines in this network will be measured in hundreds of miles instead of feet.