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Attend Networkers At Cisco Live VIRTUALLY

- July 19, 2007 - 0 Comments

Have you always wanted to go to Anaheim, CA and interact with your favorite Cisco executives, partners and professionals and talk about networking and industry trends? The answer, of course, for most people is absolutely YES!! That’s where Networkers at Cisco Live is taking place next week. Sadly, we can’t all be there. Alas, summer vacations, travel budgets and other obligations sometime get in the way. However, I have the next best thing for you…WATCH THIS SPACE!Networkers at Cisco Live.gifWe’ll have video dispatches and blog posts all next week from the hustle and bustle. Cisco’s Senior Vice President Jayshree Ullal will host a press conference via live video Webcast on Tuesday, July 24 from 10:00-11:00 a.m. PT. Attendees will hear Ullal outline the company’s vision for transforming the data center and unveil new technology that supports the evolution. For the live video Webcast of the press conference, register here.You can also view video our Cisco Chairman and CEO John Chambers’ keynote after 6PM PT on Tuesday, July 24. Go to our News@Cisco site for access.And last, but not least, Second Life residents can experience Networkers at Cisco Live by visiting Cisco’s virtual campus to attend live discussions with Cisco experts, learn about newly announced products and watch keynote replays throughout the week (in Second Life look for “Cisco Systems”).So, if you cannot be there, please watch this blog, attend or view our virtual press conference, float around in Second Life, and tune in to hear our CEO’s keynote. I won’t see you in Anaheim, but I hope to see you on the web.

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