If you’re attending Cisco Live! Berlin later this month, make sure to stop by Hall 7.3, Breakout room 732 at 2:30 pm on Wednesday, February 17 for the exciting session entitled: “The Foundation for Better Mobile Experiences”.
This hour and thirty minute panel discussion is bound to be a lively exchange of ideas centered around the future of wireless technology. After listening—and hopefully participating—in this session, you can determine whether your organization is ready for the changes in wireless networks that are speeding your way. We know that these changes can be a bit scary, but the best news is that you won’t have to go through it alone.
Customers will discuss how they are benefitting from a robust wireless network deployment and the solutions that they use to improve their businesses. You will hear their insight into some of the decisions they made in choosing Cisco and where they see their network in the future. You’ll benefit from hearing directly from customers who have built a robust wireless network for cutting edge solutions. And the customers are all from well known companies that you’ll recognize.
The session will be hosted by Brian Robertson, Cisco Enterprise Marketing Manager, and Walt Shaw, Director of Wireless Product Management, and boasts a list that includes:
Andrea Girardi, CTO, Maserati
Tony Longhurst, Head of IT Service Delivery, Harrods
Matthew Snazel, Director Global Networks, Adidas
These customers have all deployed wireless network devices that meet the 802.11ac Wave 1 standard and have also gone the extra step of deploying a solution such as Cisco Connected Mobile Experience (CMX) on top of their infrastructures. They’ll explain all about how they were able to deploy these changes and the results that they’ve seen. Your questions are encouraged!
So join us on Wednesday, February 17 at 2:30pm in Hall 7.3, Breakout room 732 and catch a glimpse into your wireless network’s future. Visit this link for more information: https://cisco.rainfocus.com/scripts/catalog/cleu16.jsp?search=PNLEWN-2000