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Come learn with the Enterprise Medianet team at Cisco Live 2011 in London

January 28, 2011 - 0 Comments

Get prepared to deploy Medianet with Cisco Technologies!  This year’s edition of Cisco Live London Jan31-Feb3, 2011 has numerous sessions that cover the design and deployment of rich media networks.

You can get your hands dirty and learn how to configure the brand new Medianet IOS features Mediatrace and Performance Monitor in the Enterprise Medianet Lab (LTREVT-2300). This lab session also provides the opportunity for hands-on experience on medianet technologies such as QOS, Netflow, Performance Monitoring, Mediatrace, IP SLA video operation and PfR and video applications such as Physical Security, Telepresence, Video Conferencing, Digital Signage and WebEx.

Moreover, there are several breakout sessions that explain how rich media endpoints interact with the intelligent network. The following breakout sessions focus on integrating and deploying rich media applications:

  • BRKEVT-2308 Digital Media Suite Designs and Deployments for Enterprise
  • BRKSEC-2366 Deploying Cisco IP Video Surveillance solutions, Network and Medianet Considerations

Furthermore, learn how to build a solid foundation for collaboration services in the following breakout sessions:

  • BRKEVT-2923 Network Infrastructure Designs for Video Collaboration
  • BRKCRS-2500 Advanced Campus QoS Design

Other important aspects of Medianet are monitoring and troubleshooting tools.  BRKNMS-2007 Monitoring, Troubleshooting and Diagnosing Real-Time Video Collaboration Services provides an introduction to the brand new Cisco Collaboration Manager suite.

And last but not least, technical decision makers can get an insight into future trends in PNLITM-2002 The Future of Video Collaboration: Growth, Trends, Technology and Business Models…

To learn more about enterprise medianet, please visit our page:

Enjoy your week at Cisco Live and we look forward to meeting you there.

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