TechWiseTV Workshop: Technical Overview of Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series Switches

The Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series rounds out the lower end of the incredible Cisco Catalyst 9000 family of switches, covering the enterprise from access to distribution to the core. For the first time in the industry, a single family of fixed, stackable, and modular switches are running on the same Cisco IOS XE operating system along with a common ASIC.

The 9200 Series is designed for small, medium-sized, and branch deployments, providing greater modularity, redundancy, and stackability than the Cisco Catalyst 2960 Series it replaces. What’s more, like the other switches in the Cisco Catalyst 9000 family, the 9200 Series is purpose-built for Cisco’s Digital Network Architecture (Cisco DNA) and Software-Defined Access (SD-Access)—the path to delivering on intent-based networking.

A fast and flexible ASIC, redundant power supplies and fans, programmability and automation, and MACsec-128 encryption. These are only some of the rich capabilities of the new Cisco Catalyst 9200 Series.

Topics to be discussed include:
  • Overview of the 9200 Series hardware architecture and components
  • Understand the capabilities of the UADP 2.0 mini ASIC
  • Learn about Cisco IOS XE Lite, the OS that is powering this access layer switch
  • Overview of the new and innovative features introduced in the 9200 Series
To learn more about Cisco Catalyst 9200, watch Robb Boyd and Cisco product experts on this special TechWiseTV workshop.
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