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News@Cisco Week in Review and Look Ahead: March 21-25

It’s that time again for a rundown of our top news stories and what to look out for next week!

1.) Innovators: Neil Diener and Walt Shaw: Improving the Wireless World

Neil Diener and Walt Shaw, the leaders behind Cisco Clean Air technology, are pretty humble when it comes to talking about their innovative contributions at Cisco. But there is no hiding their passion for their work and the impact it has on the industry. Learn more about Diener, Shaw and Cisco Clean Air technology here!

2.) Talk2Cisco Recap: Future of Cloud: Demystifying the Hype & Clarifying Reality

Watch the recap of the most recent Talk2Cisco broadcast with Lew Tucker, Cisco’s CTO of Cloud Computing. Lew shares his perspectives on how big cloud computing can get, how early the marketplace is in its evolution, and how diverse clouds will be in meeting various needs of businesses and people.

3.) Cloudbust: Cloud Computing Innovation

If Cloud computing is all about liberation and innovation, is there too much focus on cost-cutting and resource efficiency, wonders writer Sue Tabbitt. Read more on what the IT industry should be thinking about when it comes to cloud computing.

4.) Cisco Wireless Solutions Extend Corporate Network Performance From Headquarters to the Home for Teleworkers Announcement

Cisco announced new wireless hardware and software solutions designed to extend the corporate wireless network from the office to the home teleworker, incorporating existing control, management and security infrastructure. Read the blog post to learn more about this announcement.

We have a lot going on next week so be sure to check back on News@Cisco, our Cisco Facebook page and our @CiscoNews Twitter handle for real-time updates! Here’s some stuff we have planned…

  • Join Cisco on Wednesday, March 30 at 9 am PT for a unique event called “Evolutionary Fabric , Revolutionary Scale “ – It will be an opportunity to better understand how IT organizations can handle in a nondisruptive way Dynamic Data Center and Cloud environments using Cisco technologies, solutions and architecture. You will see how Cisco continues to evolve its standards-based fabric portfolio and provides architectural flexibility to deliver any application, across any location, at scale in a simple and secure manner. Register for the event and see you on Wednesday!
  • India’s Digital Broadcast Boom. Learn more on Monday how new digital TV technologies such as direct-to-home (DTH) satellite broadcasting or cable network-delivered Internet Protocol Television (IPTV) are starting to transform India’s broadcast and entertainment sectors.

Have a great weekend, and be sure to check back every Friday on the Platform blog for an outline of the top news stories and what to look out for the following week on News@Cisco!

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  2. I watched the 60 Minutes interview with John Chambers, your CEO. I wonder whether he watched the rest of the program and whether he saw the segments about Elissa Montanti and the work she does with children around the world who have lost limbs or the segment about coach Bob Hurley. They actually do something. All Mr. Chambers and others did was whine about corporate taxes. I wonder how much money Mr. Chambers earns for his work evading legitimate taxes. Just one more example of how corrupt corporations are. U.S. corporations are responsible for the fact that we don’t have jobs in this country. At some point the average American is going to wake up to that fact.

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  3. I just left a comment that is “awaiting moderation.” Does that mean you may not post it because it isn’t a compliment?

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    • John Earnhardt

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