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What does CWMIO stand for?

CWMIO stands for Cisco WAN (Wide Area Network) Manager Installation and Operation (certification; Cisco Systems, Inc.)

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In addition to the new Nexus 5500 10G switch, Unified Networking Services includes a firewall integrated with Cisco's Nexus 1000v virtual switch; a virtual version of the Cisco WAN acceleration appliance that runs under VMware hypervisors on Cisco servers; extensions to the Nexus 2000 fabric extender line; a new 32-port 10G module for the Nexus 7000 switch; upgraded Nexus 1000v virtual switch software; and hardware and software extensions to the Catalyst 6500 switch to support higher density, greater scale and higher availability.
In addition to the new Nexus 5500 10G switch, Unified Networking Services includes a firewall integrated with Cisco's Nexus 1000v virtual switch; a virtual version of the Cisco WAN acceleration appliance that runs under VMware hypervisors on Cisco servers; extensions to the Nexus 2000 fabric extender line; a new 32-port 10G module for the Nexus 7000 switch; upgraded Nexus 1000v virtual switch software; and hardware and software extensions to the Catalyst 6500 switch to support higher density, greater scale and higher availability.
In addition to the new Nexus 5500 10G switch, Unified Networking Services includes a firewall integrated with Cisco's Nexus 1000v virtual switch; a virtual version of the Cisco WAN acceleration appliance that runs under VMware hypervisors on Cisco servers; extensions to the Nexus 2000 fabric extender line; a new 32-port 10G module for the Nexus 7000 switch; upgraded Nexus 1000v virtual switch software; and hardware and software extensions to the Catalyst 6500 switch to support higher density, greater scale and higher availability.
In addition to the new Nexus 5500 10G switch, Unified Networking Services includes a firewall integrated with Cisco's Nexus 1000v virtual switch; a virtual version of the Cisco WAN acceleration appliance that runs under VMware hypervisors on Cisco servers; extensions to the Nexus 2000 fabric extender line; a new 32-port 10G module for the Nexus 7000 switch; upgraded Nexus 1000v virtual switch software; and hardware and software extensions to the Catalyst 6500 switch to support higher density, greater scale and higher availability.