Hello from CES 2011 in Las Vegas! We hosted a Tweet-Up last night at the Venetian to give our followers an opportunity to play with our Cisco consumer products, and were thrilled that so many of you participated virtually by using hashtag #ciscocestweetup. Here is a brief video of the event:
Cisco sees video as transforming technology: a way to better communicate, collaborate, educate and protect people and assets.
With Cisco’s Flip Video camera, our line-up of home networking products, Valet and Linksys and our latest addition consumer product, Cisco ūmi, high definition video calling on your television in your living room, it is now easier and funner than ever to share your personal, interactive and social experiences using video.
Register here for Cisco’s Social Webcast at CES 2011 at 1PM Pacific today to join us for an event that will let you experience the future of video!
The Consumer Electronics Show 2011 in Las Vegas begins in just a few days and we want you to learn about Cisco’s consumer products and have the opportunity to win Cisco prizes for yourself!
Join us on Twitter.com on January 5, 2011 from 7-8:30PM and use the hashtag #CiscoCESTweetup to be entered to win over $2000 in prizes.
I was thinking about all the supply chain agility issues Santa would have this year – probably the same every year. Like the fact that he has to deliver to hundreds of millions of folks on one particular day of the year.
He’s been doing this for hundreds of years with only one workshop -- not located anywhere near any major distribution routes and with a small but obviously highly productive workforce. Add to this his orders come in only a few weeks before 25th December – some on the 24th! And somehow he hasn’t any carry over stock on the 26th. Miss the 25th and you’ve had it!
Downside of this squeeze is that you can often get that same ol’ pair of socks, that boring polyester tie or that colorful sweater that you’ll never wear. Maybe even a lump of coal if you’re really unlucky. So here’s a message to Santa… Read More »
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Are you noticing slower-than-usual speeds, dropped connections, and lag in your home network, even though you are using a wireless-N router? If so, it may be time to incorporate a network adapter into your ecosystem. While a wireless-N router can greatly boost speed and range, a corresponding adapter can multiply its efficacy, as we discussed a year ago on this blog.