VentureBeat April 18, 2024
Taryn Plumb

AI is set to be a force multiplier like no other; eventually, everyone will have digital assistants for a multitude of tasks.

However, existing data center infrastructure can’t handle this massive data load or the security challenges that come with it. The AI of the future requires a fundamentally scaled, highly protected architecture.

Cisco says it has finally built this: The tech giant is today announcing Cisco Hypershield, a new approach that embeds security into the data center fabric and autonomously scans, segments and performs critical updates at the network level.

The new technology is “truly game-changing” and “the most consequential innovation” in Cisco’s 40-year history, Jeetu Patel, EVP and...

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