Cisco to Stop Development of Load-Balancer Products

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Cisco, a leader in electronics is now declining its load balancer products which are having a huge demand in the market. A spokesperson commented

"Cisco routinely reviews its business to determine where it needs to align investment based on growth opportunities. In assessing the data center market, which is undergoing a fundamental transformation within virtualization, cloud, and new service delivery models, Cisco has decided it will not develop further generations of its ACE load-balancing products."

Cisco is a leader in providing the Catalyst 6500 switches and 7600 routers ensuring load balancing to be done in the finest manner, it also helps in switching content based applications and provides securities with acceleration capabilities. Cisco networking devices provides 16GBPS of application traffic which is captured and operated in one single module. The downfall in production was recorded last week from Erik Suppiger, Analyst, and his word on pulling back from selling ACE sounds strong. Suppiger wrote, "We recently learned that Cisco is advising its sales people to refrain from selling the company's application delivery controller product, the ACE 30 module, for new deployments. We understand this reflects the company's reduced development efforts for the product, which will result in limited feature advancements."

Dean Darwin, Senior Vice President wrote "The majority of large ACE deployments left are in the large pure Cisco enterprises where the smaller ADC vendors really do not play or do not have the enterprise features required, so this is a real opportunity for F5's channel,". So yes Cisco is on the roll of shutting down its load balance products in the market. Cisco networking devices are best in class as they are exceptionally constructed.

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