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Mobile World Congress 2009: 4G=IP

While the mobile industry and many in the media are debating the merits of one access technology over the other, our host, Doug Webster, highlights that the debate isn’t really necessary since no matter which approach a provider chooses, they are going an all-IP route. The website shows how in an innovative and often humorous way that regardless of the approach taken – in this case whether animation, man-on-street interviews, or computer generated imagery is used – the outcome, IP, remains the same.

Mobile World Congress 2009: Perspectives and Signing Off from Barcelona

Suraj Shetty, VP Worldwide Service Provider and our opening interviewee, closes the loop in this final segment by providing his thoughts on MWC2009 and our dual (physical and virtual) approach in engaging our customers.Host, Doug Webster, signs off after four long days in Barcelona. The experience does not end with MWC2009. Let’s continue the conversation in the virtual world at our Service Provider Mobility Concierge.

Mobile World Congress 2009: The Mobile IP Traffic Wave Cometh

The Cisco Visual Networking Index mobile update projects a 66 fold increase between 2008 and 2013, driven by video and the use of full-featured 4G enabled devices. Get the highlights, presented in a Bob Dylan/INXS style against a backdrop of Old Barcelona.

Mobile World Congress 2009: Virtual Equipment

For a virtual tradeshow, what better way to show a portfolio that is too vast to ship and display in a room? Here’s the IP next generation technology Cisco’s way, interactively expanding the scope of what’s shown while reducing the carbon footprint to do it.

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.