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Cisco’s C-Scape In The News

December 9, 2008 - 0 Comments

Today, we are hosting industry analysts at our annual C-Scape conference. If you didn’t tune into the webcast events today, you can do so tomorrow starting at 8:45AM PT..Some coverage:NeworkWorld files this: “Cisco to Shift Resources to Consumer Shift” IDG Reporter Stephen Lawson reports, “”We think the time has come for Cisco to make a huge play in the home,” Chambers said. The company will free up resources over the next 12 months and move them into consumer areas, key among them the provision of entertainment and other rich content by carriers to homes, he said.”LightReading reports “Cisco’s One Big Architecture“: “The merging of new technologies, like Web 2.0 and video, is going to create one large architecture, much as the combining of disparate network devices did in the ’90s, Cisco Systems Inc. CEO John Chambers told analysts this morning.”Bloomberg reports “Cisco Becomes Infrastructure Play on Obama Tech Focus“: “President-elect Obama is really going to push the edge on how we use technology,” Cisco Chief Executive Officer John Chambers said today…”eChannel Line reports “Next Internet experience driven by collaboration, Web 2.0“: “Everything Cisco is doing is building off of its belief that collaboration and Web 2.0 will become a more dominant and important part of business communications and doing business.”Again, if you didn’t catch this morning’s webcast, you can make sure you catch tomorrow’s here.

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