Everyone knows that Cisco is a global company. But it is rare that we get to see so many of our international colleagues in one place at one time.
Automation Fair was such a place and time! Check out our counterparts from AMEA, Europe, and Latin America in this video shot live on the Automation Fair floor. Read More »
Tags: Cisco, Manufacturing, Rockwell Automation Fair
One of the demonstrations we showed at Automation Fair this week was the Cisco Digital Media Suite for Manufacturing. Cisco Digital Media Suite extends digital media to new applications for real-time and on-demand communications with flexible digital media creation, management, and publishing of content in various formats to multiple devices.
Here’s a quick video showing an overview of this solution and its benefits for manufacturers:
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Tags: Cisco, Digital Media Suite, Manufacturing, Rockwell Automation Fair
Don’t you just hate it when you drop your phone and it just stops working? My last phone fell out of my top pocket when I leaned over our pool and even though I got it out in less than 10 seconds and tried to dry it out, it was toast. Well, soggy toast I suppose.
There are times when you need something more. If you’re a manufacturer and you need some ruggedization then you might find it advantageous to look at the Cisco offerings. There are rugged versions of several products: switches, wireless access points and IP phone handsets to name just three. In the video I talk about one of them, the 7925G-EX handset that has been available for a short while now, and is being increasingly adopted by customers. Read More »
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Congratulations Cisco team! Automation Fair has drawn to a close and we are celebrating a successful event.
It was so great to meet face-to-face with our customers and discuss all of the exciting technologies which are available to the Manufacturing Industry. We were particularly pleased that our customers now recognize Cisco as not only a provider of products, such as routers and switches, but also as a provider of Solutions.
Stay tuned to our blog for all of the in-depth discussion and analysis our team will provide from their experiences at Automation Fair. Please join the conversation and let us know what you thought of what you saw at the event!
If you want to see all of our social media activity regarding Automation Fair, visit our storify instance, which will aggregate all of our content creation, including blogs, videos, tweets and pictures into one spot. So follow this link to see all of our activity as it happened and to have a record of everything that we did:
Also, if you missed Part 1 of today’s event, view it here:
Thank you everyone for participating in such a wonderful event!
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Day 2 at Automation Fair is rapidly underway.
One thing we’re really proud of this year is that customers at Automation Fair are no longer asking: “Why are you here, Cisco?” They know why. From our Industrial Intelligence solutions to our promotion of Convergence and the Internet of Things, manufacturers now know the benefits Cisco can bring them.
And hold tight for Day 2 at Automation Fair, Part 2 — coming soon!
If you’re at the event and haven’t already done so, be sure to stop by booth #239 to see us!
If not, make sure to follow us on our storify instance, which will aggregate all of our content creation into one spot. So follow this link to see all of our activity as it unfolds:
Also, if you missed any of the video from yesterday, view it here:
Watch the video below of live footage from Day 2 at Automation Fair to see Kevin Davenport describe our customer successes and the popularity of the new Cius on the plant floor:
See you at our booth!
Tags: andrew lach, Chet Namboodri, Cisco, Cius, Kevin Davenport, Manufacturing, Mark Wylie, Paul Didier, Peter Granger