Cisco switches on new energy-management system

Last week, Cisco announced the launch of its "EnergyWise" energy management system – a software platform that works in conjunction with the Cisco's Catalyst switch hardware to measure, report, and reduce the energy consumption of IP devices such as phones, laptops, and access points. The company sai...

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