This is the corner I'm backed in to:
My company is releasing a new line of products that use the same hardware as our current products, but with completely different software -- a cloud based version of current software. The new products are going to co-exist with the old products, so I have to figure out how to list them without drawing too much attention away from current products, without confusing customers, and without hamstringing the promotion of the new products. This is a problem because A and B have the same hardware and perform the same function, even though one is cloud based and the other is not.
This is the current page:
How would you structure this page to make a distinction between two groups of products that are very similar?
The current idea is to create a separate tab on the global navigation bar for the new products. The cloud products page would have the same layout as the non-cloud products page. I think that'll confuse customers, but I don't know enough about information architecture to propose a viable alternative.