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Jan.13 Cisco Mobility TV: Making 802.11n Wireless Mainstream

- January 9, 2009 - 0 Comments

Tune in January 13 to Cisco Mobility TV to hear how Cisco is taking 802.11n wireless mainstream. Representatives from Cisco and NEC Unified Solutions will discuss new approaches for simplifying the transition to 802.11n wireless networks that deliver high-performance, collaborative mobile computing. The discussion will highlight:• The introduction and key advantages of 802.11n wireless networks• Cisco’s advantages, innovations and leadership in 802.11n wireless• New tools and approaches for removing the barriers to adoption, as well as for simplifying wireless management to reduce costs• Key planning and deployment recommendations, including RF (radio frequency) planning and design • Best practices for optimizing network capacity and coverage and improving the performance of wireless device connections • Interactive Q&APresenters: • John Yrigoyen, director of wireless solutions at NEC Unified Solutions• Altaf Karim, business development manager at Cisco• Jameson Blandford, technical marketing engineer at Cisco• Chris Kozup (Mobility TV host), senior manager of Cisco’s mobility solutionsWhen: Tuesday, Jan. 13, 2009, 10–11 a.m. Pacific Time Where: Pre-register for the Cisco’s broadcast at this URL. http://www.cisco.com/go/semreg/motvjan13/170665_17

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