This article appeared word for word in the Daily Local News on Monday, seemingly stealing it from some techie website and passing it off as news we can use.
There couldn’t possibly have been one person reading the Local who read it past the first sentence:
"To help service providers reduce operating expenses and drive new revenue streams embracing the Internet of Everything (IoE), Cisco (
CSCO) today announced it has added the Cisco WAN
Automation Engine (WAE) to its Evolved Services Platform (ESP), marking another
key milestone in the company's network function virtualization (NFV) and
software-defined-networking (SDN) strategy."
OK, now, without going back to look, tell me what these initials stand for:
ESP – (Wrong!)
And going forward, there is only one of those that you’ll ever notice again. And I predict you’ll hear/see it over and over and over: The oh-so-cute-by-half IoE.
Someone somewhere is oh-so-proud of themselves for coming up with that.
I wonder if Cisco emplys someone just to decide what technology they have that is worthy of getting its own initials. If they do, I wonder if his/her title is Decider of Language Technique, so he can have his own initials: