Cisco today unveiled intent-based networking to deliver security and networking that learns, adapts, and gets smarter over time through the use of artificial intelligence. “The network has been foundational to business and society for the last 30 years, and today I really believe we’re redefining the network for the next 30 years,” Cisco CEO Chuck […]
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