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The end of Generation Text

Today the third blog in Cisco's C-Scape Collaboration blog series was posted. Today's post"The end of Generation Text" is from David Hsieh, VP Marketing, Emerging Technolgies. I think you will find it to be a great read. We have a few more blog posts occurring in the next couple of days, so stay tuned. As always, we encourage you to post a comment and let the Cisco Collaboration team know your thoughts.

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Collaboration: Thinking Smart

Today, June Bower posted Cisco's second blog,"Think Smart" Team Leaders Drive Innovation via Web 2.0 Online Collaboration" in our Collaboration blog series. Many of you had an opportunity to read Alan Cohen's blog"Teams of Rivals" which I personally found to be thought provoking. June's blog keeps the mind focsed on Collaboration, and is a perfect follow up to Alan's. Read and enjoy-I know I did.http://blogs.cisco.com/collaboration

Virtual C-Scape Invitation

Terry Anderson, VP, Analyst Relations invites you to virtually attend Cisco's annual C-Scape conference taking place on December 9 and 10 in San Jose, CA. For more information and to register, visit our Analyst Relations website.

Collaboration Blog Series

All, Leading up to C-scape the Cisco Executive Collaboration team will be posting a series of blogs. The first in the blog series is authored by Alan Cohen, VP of Collaboration Marketing...and is titled Team of Rivals. Please make sure you tune in to read what is on our mind.http://blogs.cisco.com/collaboration

By the Numbers: The ASR 9000

Just a few numbers related to today's announcement of the ASR 9000.11.11 --- Launch date of the industry's most powerful, scalable and efficient edge router6.4 -- Total Capacity in terabits or the equivalent of sending 200 movies per second6 -- The ASR 9000 offers 6x the capacity of current competitive edge routers4,500 -- Number of trees spared from deforestation resulting from innovative, patented modular power solution contained in ASR 9000200M -- Dollars invested by Cisco to internally develop the ASR 9000960; 7750 -- Not even close....9000 -- The ASR 9000; in a class by itself...For more information click this.