Cisco CRS-3 – Foundation for the Next-Generation Internet

Get ready for the future where video content, mobile traffic, and cloud data centers will create tremendous network growth. The CRS-3 delivers scale, services, and savings on one integrated platform. Prepare your network in 3.. 2.. 1.. 3 times more scale than the CRS-1 – unmatched by any competitor 2 times more service intelligence – handling core and data center services 1 product family that protects your network investment Defining Scalability + Total capacity of up to 322 Tbps – 13 times the competition + Proven multichassis architecture with 3-stage fabric + Tried and tested QuantumFlow Array chipset to help prevent bottlenecks Defining Core and Data Center Services + Built-in service intelligence allows the network and cloud to work as one + Multi-directional capabilities handle traffic between data centers and from core to subscriber + Cloud VPNs automate network connectivity Defining Cost Savings + Lower cost per Gbps – uses up to 40% power of competitors + Optional modular power system that grows with capacity + Smart design uses the existing CRS-1 chassis and many components, requiring only fabric and line card upgrades Cisco Introduces Foundation for Next-Generation Internet: The Cisco CRS-3 newsroom.cisco.com For product information,please visit www.cisco.com
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  1. nikko mercado says:


  2. Sam John says:

    Thanks to QNX Software Systems a division of BlackBerry maker Research in Motion. QNX Neutrino RTOS is the operating system that runs and controls the Cisco CRS-1 and CRS-3 internet backbone core routers. The name of the QNX based software for Cisco is called IOS XR.
    The same exact QNX Neutrino RTOS microkernel is also powering the BlackBerry PlayBook tablet as the BlackBerry PlayBook OS is based on the Neutrino RTOS kernel.

  3. Golden Lion says:

    How many CSR 3 devices would be required for every person in China to be able to make a video call? Does that mean CSR 3 will be able to handle the 66 X increase in traffic due to mobile devices in the next few years?

  4. cityfolkhackergirl says:

    that’s a amazing.. ._.

  5. Nachalnika says:

    well well well great news cause then hoping to have especially skype video performance be as if you are in the same room with the person that you’re speaking to ! cauze as i see now it all depends on the hardware you use first ! on your client pc ! your own ! 🙂 so you wouldnt really have to care about your hardware ! much ! 🙂 cant wait !

  6. LeeLooMinaeSebat says:

    Oh yes… the future’s bright… the future’s Cisco!

  7. maxpayne123 says:


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