David’s Cisco Networking Blog

Jun 28 2008   10:13PM GMT

What is the MSE? (No it’s not another Microsoft Certification)

David Davis David Davis Profile: David Davis

Mobility Services Engine (MSE) is what Cisco is calling it. Cisco has designed an appliance that will collect all of the different data environments and feed it to other applications. What does that mean to me? The MSE uses this data for jobs like rogue radio detection, and shares it with higher-end Cisco and third-party applications for security, access control and network management. (That’s a mouthful) Cisco says that MSE is designed to offload application processing from a dedicated device, creating what Cisco executives call a “services plane.” Cisco also unveiled four “services” software programs for the appliance. Big brother is always watching.

Read more about the MSE at- Cisco 3300 Series Mobility Services Engine

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