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Odessa’s ConceptDraw 7 Adds Extensive Cisco Network Solutions Library

CS Odessa adds complete Cisco network topology icon set to ConceptDraw 7 – First Cross Platform vector drawing app with complete Cisco Systems Corporate Iconography included


CS Odessa announced this week their support of the complete Cisco network topology icon set in ConceptDraw 7, the popular cross-platform vector drawing and business diagramming software package. Available for Mac OS X and Windows operating systems, over 400 Cisco Systems Corporate Iconography objects are now provided in the application to help networking professionals prepare their network solution designs and present them to customers.

Brad Hedlund, Systems Engineer at Cisco Systems, explains “Cisco customers generally use Visio or ConceptDraw to document their complex network designs. Cisco System Engineers, such as me, use Visio or ConceptDraw to show customers new Cisco solutions that solve their business and network problems. As I work in the Sales division at Cisco, I use ConceptDraw regularly for sales activities.”

“The beautiful Cisco stencils included in ConceptDraw 7 are amazing,” continues Hedlund. “If CS Odessa continues to add more beautiful network related stencils, specifically for Cisco, they will gain the hearts of the large community of Cisco Engineers who diagram regularly.”

ConceptDraw 7 is the only application for the Mac platform that is supplied with a complete Cisco icon set. For graphics solutions support for Windows, Microsoft Visio’s is the only equivalent when it comes to Cisco shapes and libraries. Due to Apple growth in the market ConceptDraw 7 has become a valuable option to many network professionals that use Macintosh computers or work in a combined Mac and PC environment.

ConceptDraw 7 is a professional business graphics software package that makes preparing professional business and technical graphics easy, regardless of your drawing skill level.

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