As mobility becomes a characteristic of an increasing number of networking services, Cisco is not just driving advancements with its mobile internet architecture, but as the MOVE announcements highlight, it is about interconnecting the mobility technology brought in last year with the acquisition of Starent with the routing and switching and video technology to create cross architectural differentiation.
For closing thoughts on Cisco at MWC 2011, I caught up with Kit Beall, VP of World Wide SP Mobility Sales, to discuss where Cisco mobility has been, how it is perceived by the customers today, and where it’s going next year:
Earlier, I also had a quick exhange with Nick Adamo, SVP of World Wide SP Sales where we talked about some of the feedback we heard during our customer meetings this week on Cisco’s vision for mobility and the network architecture:
For more on Cisco MOVE, the strategic framework that enhances mobile operators’ networks and delivers a superior video experience to their customers by providing network intelligence, performance and flexibility, please see:
- Cisco Mobile Videoscape helps optimize mobile video traffic, enabling operators to deliver an enhanced mobile video experience to customers.
- Cisco Mobile Service Edge Gateway provides service intelligence at the network edge while retaining the control plane in the network core to maintain quality service. This provides optimal transport for industry-leading service experience at very low cost.
- Cisco Service Provider Wi-Fi helps service providers harness Wi-Fi for mobile data offload and personalized mobile services. Deliver superior value-added services across wireless networks to your customers.
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