Murali Nemani, Director of Video Solutions at Cisco Systems, speaks with Stacy Spognardi, Cisco, at the NewTeeVee event in San Francisco, CA about how fragmentation is impacting the video industry. He discusses how the convergence of Pay TV and online video is the wave of the future.
Cisco Prediction 1: Choice reigns supreme…but fragmentation sets in.
Cisco Prediction 2: Video monopolizes bandwidth while driving the action to the network edge.
Cisco Prediction 3: Online video and Pay TV will converge one rich service offer.
Cisco Prediction 4: The dawn of a new era to transform the video ecosystem: IP Video.
Cisco Prediction 5: The network becomes the platform for service and business model innovation.
David Meerman Scott explains the New Rules of Marketing and specific actions service providers and companies can take to better connect with their customers. This is the third in a series of videos conducted by Stacy Spognardi of Cisco focused on opening up a discussion about social media within the service provider community (and beyond). David examines the benefits of buyer personas and how companies are using social media marketing.
David Meerman Scott speaks with Cisco’s Stacy Spognardi about “New Rules of Marketing” and specific actions that companies can take to connect with their customers. This is the first of multiple-part series of interviews with David where we’ll look into buyer personnas, marketing tools-to-use and ask the question of whether social media is simply a fad.
This coalition was created to increase customers’ business agility – specifically, through greater enterprise IT infrastructure flexibility, and lower IT, energy and real estate costs through pervasive data center virtualization and a transition to private cloud infrastructures.
We define a private cloud as a virtual IT infrastructure that is securely controlled and operated solely for one organization. Private clouds can be managed either by that organization or by a third party (e.g. a service provider), and that it can be housed either on or off of the organization’s premises -- or in combination. Private clouds allow enterprise customers to rapidly use a virtual IT infrastructure.
I had the opportunity to sit down with TMC’s Rich Tehrani recently, where we covered a wide range of topics, from recent announcements on the ASR 9000 and Visual Networking Index to what trends we see as being big for 2010 (read: IPv6). Plus, it allowed me to experience the wonders of the green screen (the desk in front of us is virtual…now if only I can get that technology full time, I could mask my receding hair lines and easily remove a few pounds!)