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Arriving Soon in San Francisco – Meeting of the Minds 2012

Smarter and more connected communities – that’s not just a pretty vision, far off into the future. They are being built now, often on the basis of a renewed and intelligent city infrastructure. These communities have numerous advantages over other cities. Some of the most successful ones are approaching their development in ways that change how they deliver services to residents, how those residents work, how traffic flows are managed, how public transportation operates, and how real estate resources are best utilized.

We want those attending Meeting of the Minds 2012 in San Francisco in October as well as those watching via webcast, to build a world where everything is connected, intelligent, and green: from office buildings and appliances to hospitals and schools. Citizens will play a central role in that new world, working together with business and government and achieving unprecedented levels of collaboration, productivity, and economic growth. And it can all happen without compromising the integrity of our natural systems or our fragile environmental quality. Read More »

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Cisco IPv6 Sales and Customer Technical Training Series

May 10, 2011 at 1:35 pm PST

Join Cisco for a technical seminar on planning for IPv6 transition. Along with Cisco technical experts and other customers, you will get an in-depth look at planning and technical considerations based on Cisco’s Preserve, Prepare and Prosper strategy. These workshops can accommodate between 40 and 50 people and will begin the week of May 23rd, 2011 and run through June 28th, 2011.

The topics of these technical sessions are as follows:

  • Project timelines
  • IPv6 planning and considerations
    • Readiness assessment (application and network)
    • What to ask of Service Providers
    • Transition strategies (dual stack, translation, tunneling, etc)
  • Requirements gathering and drivers
  • Migration challenges
  • What Cisco is doing for World IPv6 Day (optional)

These workshops are open to all theaters and segments, featuring:

  • Three hours of combined sales and customer training
  • Between two and four hours of hands on virtual lab training with Cisco’s GOLD lab

Customer-to-customer TelePresence sessions to share best practices (certain locations only)

Training will be hosted in the following cities:

  • Herndon, Virginia
  • New York City, New York

Please REGISTER HERE

For more information, please contact:
Cisco Registration

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Jimmy Ray talks Catalyst Quad Sup Today

March 30, 2011 at 8:09 am PST

Early Mobility

Networking is a lot like life. For example; remember your first stereo and how great it sounded out of the box?   Oh yeah! Tunes jamming and you added +5 to your cool points. But after a few weeks you find yourself looking at other models with “new features”.

Now remember the first Virtual Switching System? A prized center piece of any network design for sure. Then as time passed we wondered; “If it could only have quad Supervisor support”.

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