2At the Head of the Table
Padmasree Warrior, Cisco’s chief technology and strategy officer, spoke with journalists about a wide range of subjects, from security to microservers, but kept focused on the company’s idea of what officials call the “Fast IT” business model of helping organizations create highly agile, scalable, adaptable and automated IT environments in the age of big data, mobility, cloud computing and the Internet of things.
3Big Things in a Small Package
4Plenty of Racks and Blades
5Powered by Intel
6More Than Just Servers
7Cisco’s Partnership with MLB’s Advanced Media Unit
Major League Baseball’s AM group, headquartered in New York City, streams live games, game stats and other information to fans that Joe Inzerillo, executive vice president and CTO, says have an “insatiable appetite for stats.” The data center pictured here is one of six the business operates nationwide, and one of two here.
8In the Beating Heart of It All
9Where the Calls Are Made
Major League Baseball this year instituted a policy that all replay decisions will be made by umpires in MLB AM’s offices in New York. This is the room where the review umpires watch the games and, if necessary, make the final judgment on controversial plays.