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IoE: Dead or Alive on Wireless

When we examine the average wireless client on a network today, we see a few options. There is the smartphone, the tablet, or the laptop. Even the Apple TV and Roku are often based off of similar technology and chipsets. All of these devices connect to a wide range of services, often consuming large amounts of bandwidth: we stream music while we browse; we video chat with friends, family, and coworkers across the globe; catch up on our favorite…

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The Golden Key to Any Cloud

As cloud technology and organizations mature, customers are shifting their focus from the provisioning of individual servers to richer cloud-based application platform stacks. Why? Servers usually do not exist as standalone entities but are designed to run something tangible for the business. For example, multi-tier application platform stacks have in their design multi-server elements such as database, application and web servers. In this era…

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Cisco CMX Analytics in use at CiscoLive! Orlando

…Dr. James Little, technical lead for CMX Analytics in Cisco’s Wireless Networking Group. This year’s CiscoLive! in Orlando with over 20000 visitors was  selected as an ideal opportunity to test and prove CMX Analytics over a large venue with high volume usage. This year’s CiscoLive! was spread over two huge venues of the Orange County Convention Centre and the Peabody Hotel between June 23rd-27th. Over two and a half days, appro…

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CiscoLive Orlando Follow-Up: Get your DeLorean Photo Before It’s Too Late

Did you pay a visit to the Enterprise Networks booth at CiscoLive! Orlando? Remember that cool DeLorean and the picture you took with it? We’ve extended the cut-off date to get your picture if you took one with the DeLorean! The last day to download your picture will be Monday, August 5, 2013. How to you get it? Somewhere in your pocket, your suitcase, your laptop bag or your stack of business cards you may find a card you were given after your…

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The Running of the Bulls – Cisco Style

Guest post: Dan MunroFreelance writer & Forbes contributor Festivals come in all shapes and sizes. Some are cultural, some are religious and yes, some are entirely technical. At their core, however, they all share at least one trait in common. They are each – in their own way – a gathering of a faithful flock. When you host a technical conference for 25 consecutive years two things happen. It becomes a major production around logistics and a…

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