Cisco Live 2013 – Manufacturing Industry Presence and John Chambers Welcome Message
Get ready for one of the best Cisco Lives yet! A good number of attendees hail from industrial sectors such as heavy industrial/equipment, automotive, materials and mining, and consumer packaged goods (CPG), and they can look forward to some engaging activities not to be missed!
These industrial companies are wrestling with business challenges such as reducing costs, speeding time to market and improving production up-time. How does Cisco play in the industrial space you ask? What solutions do we provide for positively transforming operational plant networking environments? How does Cisco address real manufacturing Industry Care-abouts? Come to Cisco Live to find out. Hear John Chambers tell you more about this year’s event in the video below, then read on!
John T. Chambers, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Cisco Systems Inc., welcomes you to Cisco Live in Orlando
Whether you’re in IT or production and controls, Cisco Live will give you a unique opportunity to gain hands-on insights to how Cisco can help you with these challenges and help positively transform operations for your plant networking environment for the better.
Here’s just a snapshot of what you can see for your industry:
- Cisco Industrial Solutions and Best Practices for Manufacturing presented by Chet Namboodri. Session Code BRKIND-1229
- Table Topic: “Smart Solutions for Connected Manufacturing” hosted by Chet Namboodri and other Cisco subject matter experts from the Manufacturing Industry Session Code: TT-1001 (Tuesday)
Chet will be talking about industrial solutions for manufacturers and their suppliers and partners all who want transparent integration and secure real-time visibility between business networks (information technology) and control and automation systems (operational technology). Amongst them are “Smart Solutions” which provide open-standard, IP-based communication and control to reduce costs, improve up-time, increase asset utilization, and lock-down on end-to-end security.
There will also be other Industry related activities, such as a session on “The Internet of Things”, an area set aside for “World of Solutions”, and another area helping you experience “The Internet of Everything.
More information is coming in future blogs, but take action now by registering for Cisco Live here, and making sure you add both the Cisco Industrial Solutions and Best Practices for Manufacturing session and the Table Topic: “Smart Solutions for Connected Manufacturing” session to you schedule.
Looking forward to seeing you there! The Manufacturing Industry Team.