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Avi lands a formal reseller deal with Cisco, giving the startup's virtual ADCs a shot at a larger audience.

Craig Matsumoto

July 3, 2017

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Avi Lands a Role in Cisco's NFV Box

Cisco's application delivery controller (ADC) strategy has gone through a few different phases in recent years, the latest being a reseller agreement with Avi Networks.

The deal, signed last week, focuses on the Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO) CSP2100, a server targeting NFV deployments. The CSP2100, combined with other Cisco pieces such as Nexus 9000 switches, forms what Cisco calls the Secure Agile Exchange -- a virtual fabric that connects a user to multiple clouds. That kind of work needs a load balancer, and that's where Avi Networks comes in.

But the virtual-ADC startup's involvement with Cisco goes beyond that; Avi has "four or five touch points" with the router giant, including some deployments with Cisco's Tetration analytics platform.

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— Craig Matsumoto, Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

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Craig Matsumoto

Editor-in-Chief, Light Reading

Yes, THAT Craig Matsumoto – who used to be at Light Reading from 2002 until 2013 and then went away and did other stuff and now HE'S BACK! As Editor-in-Chief. Go Craig!!

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