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[TechRepublic] Cisco pushes into SMB space with new Linux routers

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Cisco gets into SMB space with new Linux routers

Derek Schauland considers the news that Cisco is making a big push for the SMB market by offering a new line of Linux-based routers, promising easier configuration and administration along with proven Cisco performance. What do you think? Read more

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