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Mobile World Congress 2009: Japan=Mobility

Edzard Overbeek, Senior Vice President and Japan Country Manager, discusses the latest trends taking hold in Japan which has both innovative providers and a populace that embraces the many benefits of technology. Look for these trends to come to you soon…but if you can’t wait, book a flight to Japan to experience them for yourself today.

Mobile World Congress 2009: All About Collaboration

Chris Osika, Managing Director of Cisco Internet Business Solutions Group (IBSG), gives his perspective on new business models and market development trends for smart devices, touch, 4G and LTE and how service providers can monetize new networks in this economy.

Mobile World Congress 2009: Monetizing the Experience

Jeff Spagnola, Vice President of Worldwide Managed Services talks about what’s top of mind for mobile operators from a recent European tour and how they can monetize innovative services and applications and make the experience for end users better. Highlights include converged mobile on the move experiences that leverage the different assets that Cisco brings to providers.

Mobile World Congress 2009: How Fast Are You Right Here, Right Now?

Our host, Doug Webster, talks about how Cisco’s Global Internet Speed Test allows consumers to see their own digital fingerprint and determine their network speed at any location or place. Not only does GIST help users optimize their activities in the human network, but it also helps Cisco and providers learn more about consumer usage to help better develop and plan deployments to optimize your network experiences for the future.

Mobile World Congress 2009: From Emerging to Next Generation

Massimo Migliuolo and Tony Shakib, Vice Presidents for Emerging Markets, give their perspectives on the changes in the mobile industry over the last few years and how many nations with developing infrastructure are among the leaders in their aggressive deployment of the latest IP-based next generation infrastructure.