In 2022, Cisco announced its ISR4000 Series is going End of Sale.
A product EoS, such as that of the Cisco ISR4000 series, means the manufacturer will no longer produce or sell that product. EoS announcements can cause concern for customers who rely on that product, as it may become difficult and expensive to obtain replacement or spare parts.
As you start considering your game plan for your current ISR4000 routers, there are other options you should consider.
The easiest path is to take what Cisco is suggesting, which is to replace your ISR4000 routers with the Catalyst 8200s or Catalyst 8300s (based on specific ISR4000 product part number). But we know you’re most likely running a product that can last for another 3 to 5 years, so why upgrade and spend your limited budget when it’s not yet necessary?
That’s where Curvature comes in.
✓ We may save you from unnecessary upgrades. Hint, hint: you don’t need to upgrade right away.
✓ We have cost-effective options and alternatives to keep your environment and business running.
✓ We provide the flexibility for you to upgrade to newer technologies as needed.
✓ Consider spending on accessories instead to support your hardware – more memory, more transceivers.
✓ Extend the life of your hardware by only spending a fraction of your budget
✓ Consider moving your maintenance and services provider to a third-party vendor like Park Place Technologies.
Here are a few dates you should keep in mind for your ISR4000 Series:
|End of Life||November 7, 2022|
|End of Sale||November 7, 2023|
|Last Ship Date||February 6, 2024|
|End of Vulnerability/Security Support||November 30, 2028|
|Last Date of Support||November 30, 2028|
|*Note: End of Life dates are for all ISR4000 routers except for the ISR4461.|
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