I will switch gears a little bit to highlight some panels that I will be chairing:Broadband Forum Europe 2009, Paris, France, September 8, entitled: Why Should Enterprise Companies Care about this “IP Transformation?”You can listen to my session preview podcast here: http://www.iec.org/events/2009/bbwf/podcast/C2_morrow_cisco.WAV Read More »
Our video reporter, Zoya Fallah, met with Dave Brown and Asha Kalyur, both Marketing Managers who are responsible for Cisco’s Service Provider Video Solutions, to discuss the deployment of Cisco’s DOCSIS 3.0 Solutions. Check out this video interview to hear their thoughts.
Since my last blog post on Intercloud, I have been rather busy working on related topics such as SLA instantiation, registry functions, security, and resiliency.However, I did attend the IETF 75 meeting held in Stockholm, Sweden. The Internet Society’s Standards & Technology (ISOC) team provides a view of hot topics for IETF 75 here: http://isoc-dc.org/wordpress/?p=444As we approach the “virtualization” subject, I noted two developments that took place as Birds of Feather Sessions at the IETF 75: Read More »
Competition among technology companies for the global service provider market is as fierce as ever and is generating more and more attention from Wall Street, and for good reason. Because unlike businesses which look at the network as context to their business, the network is a service provider’s business. They depend on this technology to offer an ever increasing array of service offerings and invest heavily each year to do so.Such investment isn’t made haphazardly though -- these are tough customers with a staggering array of expertise, so the choices they make are often key barometers about the future of the technology market itself. Read More »
Astronomy has always fascinated me. The thrill of exploring space and its deep mysteries gripped me in my growing years, but this curiosity never really turned into a full-time career. So last week I was really excited to know that Cisco’s platforms took part in a rare celestial event, occurring next only in 2132 A.D.While here in the US, we celebrated the 40th anniversary of the moon walk on July 20, 2009, two days later our celestial neighbor showed off its prowess across Asia & Japan. It blotted out the sun for the longest total solar eclipse in this century even as millions watched it.In Japan, the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT) in collaboration with Asahi Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) and Ultra-Realistic Communications Forum (URCF) took the initiative of broadcasting this event live over the JGN2Plus network. The event was captured at Amami-Oshima (where the totality was at the maximum) and broadcast to various locations throughout Japan -- Keihanna Plaza, ABC Hall, Tsukuba Expo Center, Osaka Science Museum. Read More »