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AGS launches

Cisco’s first networking innovation the AGS, Advanced Gateway Server, connects computers over local area and wide area networks, delivering state of the art multiprotocol routing and concurrent bridging.

As the first commercially available multi-protocol router, the AGS ushers in a new era of connectivity.

A front shot of the Cisco AGS chassis, a beige metal router with orange-red label in the shape of the first logo bridge and the company name
A view from three-quarter down of an AGS chasis, a beige router with red bridge label and company name