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London 2012 – Leaving a Lasting Legacy for Science and Math

…Claremont High School, in Harrow, London, watching as one of the architects responsible for building the Olympic stadium kept a class of 13 year olds enthralled about the design and engineering challenges involved. Jo Smith from the firm Buro Happold was taking a lesson from Cisco’s  Out of the Blocks StemNet programme bringing real world examples of how lessons about chemical structure; mathematics and physics were all very much challenges the s…

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The Newest Evolution of Interactive Media: Announcing Cisco Interactive Services

…ing Park in Kansas City, Kansas is also using Cisco Digital Signage and Cisco video solutions to transform their stadium into a uniquely connected, visual experience for every fan, integrating digital displays throughout the stadium and the concourse with mobile apps and social media and bringing fans closer to the game. These announcements are part of Cisco’s presence at Digital Signage Expo this week, the industry’s largest annual show held in…

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Cisco and NBA All-Star Weekend – reshaping the fan experience

I had a great experience this past weekend at the NBA All-Star Weekend in Orlando, FL. The event included the NBA Tech Summit on Friday where a panel of industry leaders in sports, media and technology talked about current trends, what the future will look like and how customers are driving innovation through their use of technology. Not to mention the Slam Dunk Competition on Saturday and the Competitive All-Star Game on Sunday…maybe the most c…

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He Shoots, He Scores! – The Pittsburgh Penguins and Cisco StadiumVision

…0 ticketed events per year. In the planning and building process, the venue decided to install a Cisco Connected Stadium platform to operate Cisco StadiumVision, an innovative digital video and content distribution system that centrally controls and delivers targeted high-definition video and highly relevant digital content to guests. The venue put 781 HD screens and 44 digital menu boards throughout its 18,000+ seat venue, and over the course of…

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A Big Game “First” For Fans of the Super Bowl

…he Internet. However, while so many of us were tuned in at home, another first was taking place inside Lucas Oil Stadium – all fans, regardless of their service provider, were able to use their smartphones and devices to connect to a free Wi-Fi network. This provided them with a significantly faster option to surf the web, use apps and share photos and video “live” with friends and family versus doing so post-game. Without Cisco’s Connected Stadi…

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