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Cisco Live Bahrain 2011: The Biggest IT Event in the Middle East for our Customers and Partners in the UAE

- February 14, 2011 - 0 Comments

Each year, tens of thousands of IT and communications professionals attend Cisco Live events held around world. Cisco Live offers an unparalleled combination of education and training on the latest technologies and trends; testing and certification on Cisco products; and the opportunity for attendees to extend their professional networks by forging new connections with like-minded colleagues.

Fortunately for us IT professionals in the UAE, Cisco Live is taking place for the second year in our neighboring country, Bahrain.

The first-ever Networkers Bahrain 2010 in the Middle East region was a huge success for Cisco in the Middle East where the event attracted more than 4000 attendees live and online from over 75 different countries.

This year, and under the patronage of HRH Prince Salman bin Hamad Al Khalifa, the Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Bahrain, and developed in collaboration with the government of Bahrain, Cisco is bringing an even bigger networking forum to Bahrain at the Bahrain International Circuit (BIC) in Sakhir, from 10th to 13th April 2011.

Cisco Live Bahrain 2011 is a great opportunity for our customers and partners from the UAE to network and connect with more than 3,000 key technical and business decision makers among their peers from across Middle East, Africa and Asia.

Visitors will gain insights into the new and emerging technologies and trends that will transform how companies  do business and maintain competitiveness  in the current economic climate. Moreover, visitors  will have the opportunity to attend networking, technical seminars, service provider and IT management programs and more than 280 technical sessions across the event delivered by world-class Cisco and Cisco partner experts.

Cisco Live Bahrain is the biggest IT event in the Middle East for our customers and partners in the UAE and I look forward to see you in Bahrain!

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