News@Cisco Week in Review and Look Ahead: April 18-22
You know the drill…check out our top news stories of the week and what to look forward to next week.
Yesterday Guido Jouret, Cisco’s VP/GM of the Enterprise Video Group and CTO of the Emerging Technologies Group joined Talk2Cisco for an interactive discussion about pervasive video. Jouret explained what the big buzz around video in the enterprise is all about and how enterprise organizations are harnessing video technologies to support their overall business. Miss the broadcast? Watch the replay above!
Augmented Reality or AR, as it is known, is a technique for enhancing the real world with digital information automatically delivered to a viewing screen. A classic example: in televised football games, the digitally-created yellow line that shows how far the ball carrier needs to rush to get a first down. The real scene is augmented by digital information. First generation AR on smartphones was similar to GPS map systems that could identify gas stations, pizza parlors or parking garages in the vicinity of the car. Now, creators are taking advantage of a phone’s camera systems to create more advanced capabilities.
Furthering its leadership in networking, on Cisco on Tuesday introduced new security, management, and video solutions to its Borderless Networks portfolio to help information technology departments more efficiently manage the proliferation of mobile devices, ongoing changes in workforce habits, and the impact of video on the network.
Forbes released its list of the nation’s top 10 companies in green power purchasing, according to the Environmental Protection Agency. Cisco was awarded the No. 8 spot; Other companies in the top 10 were Intel, Starbucks and Johnson & Johnson.
Here’s what you can look out for next week!
- The Bus Stops Here: The Network Makes City Life Easier. Check out this new feature next week about how a Massachusetts transportation project resulted with a collection of apps, used around the country, that can tell you when the next bus is coming, where to get a ride and the best way to get from one place to another.
- We will also have some more footage of Cisco’s data center opening in Allen, Texas. Be sure to check on News@Cisco for additional photos, videos and interviews from the grand opening!
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