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Don’t Gamble with Your EMC World Schedule: A Helpful Guide

May 2, 2014 - 0 Comments

Has it actually been a whole year? Yes, it is time for #EMCWorld again, and Cisco has a lot to talk about this year.

Find the complete listing of Cisco sessions, speakers, demos, and more here.


A few items to note:

  • Cisco Booth: #202 — visit for great sessions, whiteboarding with experts, and for a “I <3 UCS” hat, then wear your new hat, show your love, and win!
  • Wednesday, May 7: 11:00 am – 11:30 am, #CiscoChampion Jonas Rosland (@virtualswede) presents High–Performance Splunk on EMC Scale–Out Storage, Cisco UCS Servers, and VMware in the Cisco Booth Theater
  • #EngineersUnplugged: Take your shot at Internet fame! 2 Engineers, 1 Whiteboard, 10 Minutes of Tech. We’ll be shooting episodes Monday – Wednesday. Or drop by for a lightning challenge with the all-new 60SecondTech:

  • Demonstrations at Cisco Booth #202 include the following:
    • Management and Automation for Integrated Infrastructures
    • Cisco Solutions for VSPEX
    • Data Center Networking
    • Multilayer Data Switching Solutions
    • Unified Data Center Rack
    • VCE Vblock Rack
    • Cisco UCS 3D Virtual Display

Last but not least, did we mention the remote-controlled boat racing? Yes, you read that correctly. When the learning for Tuesday is done, join us for the first annual Geek Regatta!

The Geek Regatta Customer Appreciation Reception

Date: Tuesday, May 6, 2014
Time: 6:30–10 p.m.
Boat race time: 7–9:30 p.m.
Location:   Tao Beach | The Venetian Hotel, Las Vegas

This event is invite-only, and you’ll need your event badge and a sticker to attend. Visit the booth for registration information if you haven’t already signed up! Don’t worry, we have field-tested the boats, and they are fully operational.

No geese were harmed in the making of this video: 

Looking forward to seeing you in Vegas! Follow us @CiscoDC or Tweet my way @CommsNinja if you’re there or watching virtually.


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