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Join us at Realcomm/IBCon to discover Cisco’s Digital Ceiling Framework

June 14, 2016 - 0 Comments

Since we launched the Cisco Digital Ceiling framework earlier this year, we have made a lot of progress in the market. We also got a lot of great feedback from the TechWise documentary ‘Let there be networked light’. With several of our wave 1 partners, we installed network powered lighting capabilities in campus and education environments. Tony Shakib’s Blog of April 2016 talks about that in particular.

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Looking forward we are very excited about the upcoming Real Estate and Intelligent Building Conference RealComm/IBCon taking place in San Jose, CA from June 21st to June 24th. At this conference we will announce our wave 2 ecosystem partners, a number of new customer wins and we will have lots of opportunities to interact with customers and partners. These are the sessions where Cisco will speak in:

June 21

  1. I will speak in the Commercial real estate COO, CFO and CAO session from 1:30pm – 5:30pm at the San Jose Convention Center, Lower Level.
  2. Cisco’s Bill MacGowan (Dir, BD Sales) will speak at the 5th Annual Intelligent Buildings Boot Camp from 1:30pm to 6:00pm at the San Jose Convention Center, Lower level.

June 22

  1. I will be part of a panel around IoT for Buildings 3.0 – The next chapter begins at 11:30AM in Lower Level LL21F.
  2. Cisco’s Todd Frederes will be part of a panel in the session Creating a Holistic Smart Building Plan – Strategy vs. Tactical Projects at 1.45pm in Lower Level LL21F.
  3. At 2.50pm I will do a live 5 minute interview around Cisco’s Digital Ceiling at the Conference Live Desk in the main hall.

June 23

  1. Cisco’s Bill MacGowan will be part of a panel around Networked Smart Lighting – The Chasm Has Been Jumped at 10.45 am in Lower Level.

We are all looking very much forward to an exciting RealComm/IBCon conference this year and hope to see you there. If you’d like to learn more about moving to a Digital Ceiling, check out or contact us at








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