See Medianet in Action at Interop Las Vegas 2011
If you are attending Interop Las Vegas this week, come visit the Cisco Medianet booth (1127-C2) to learn how you can scale and deploy video with Medianet to reduce complexity and costs. Webex introduces the new medianet-enabled client to enhance cloud collaboration experience. This new “smart” client includes embedded intelligence, works in conjunction with the “smart” network for improved network visibility, quality assurance & quick problem isolation. We will be showing a demo of this new exciting solution. We will also show Cisco Prime Collaboration Manager and the new Cisco ISR-G2 ad hoc conferencing solution.
For those looking for a real video deployment scenario, we have a session on how to make your network ready for video without straining resources. The session will take place on May 10 at 2:15 pm, location Mandalay Bay L.
A video-capable architecture provides a scalable and flexible way for organizations to deploy multiple video and collaboration applications across a range of use cases, including conferencing. Discover the value of this approach from Cisco technical staff and Cisco’s Distinguished IT Engineer, Plamen Nedeltchev.
For a quick medianet overview, we have a 15 minutes presentation at the Cisco Booth theater area at 10am on Thursday, May 11.
Finally, the medianet team has been deeply involved with the show network at Interop this year. The whole network is built using our very latest Medianet capabilities. This is truly a world-class, fully IPv6 enabled network infrastructure to service the Interop show. Don’t miss the opportunity to join us on one of the Interop net engineer-led tours to see the latest and most advanced network technologies and equipments for rich media.
- Tuesday May 10 (12:15 – 1:00pm) – Metering and Monitoring of the InteropNet
- Wednesday May 11 (11:15 – 12:00pm) – Optimizing the Network Core for Availability, Visibility and Performance
- Thursday May 12 (12:15 – 1:00pm) – Q&A with the InteropNet Engineers
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