ConceptDraw 7 adds Cisco library

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CS Odessa on Thursday announced that ConceptDraw 7, its vector drawing and diagramming software, now includes a library of objects used for Cisco-based networks. ConceptDraw 7 costs $299.

ConceptDraw 7 can be used to create technical graphics and business drawings. You can use it to create flowchars, databases diagrams, floorplans and more.

It’s also handy to help system administrators create detailed network diagrams, and that’s where the new Cisco library comes into play. ConceptDraw 7 features a library of more than 400 network objects designed in accordance with Cisco Systems Corporate Iconography.

CS Odessa claims it’s the only Macintosh app that is supplied with the complete Cisco icon set — to find something comparable, you’d have to use Microsoft’s Visio software.

System requirements call for mac OS X v10.4 or later.

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