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Dropping Borders For Freer Flow of Communications and Experiences


November 17, 2009 - 16 Comments

Be sure to stop by Cisco’s booth—#221—and enter to win a Flip Mino HD video camera. You can learn more here.

And if New York City is too far for you, be sure to watch the conference online at http://tv.interop.com

Thanks for watching!

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16 Comments

  1. Employers should give more time off to employees to attend these types of events.

  2. i think it it a positive thing making videos like this where representatives of the company show their faces

  3. yeah, it was great conference full of information i liked it very much...!sticker printing | folder printing"

  4. this conference is very interesting,thanks for sharing.

  5. Thank you very much for the link to the conference

  6. Wish I couldve gone to the conference but I was trapped at work =( It was so close too! I did manage to catch some of it online though, it was great!

  7. Does Cisco have any newsletter about conferences and other trade fair information in Europe ? My main interest is video conference equipment and technology.

  8. I'm sorry I missed the conference, but I'm glad that the video was available. Continued mobility coupled with security will continue to be in great demand and I want to learn as much as possible in order to make educated decisions going forward.

  9. That's a good effort you have put on the network through the video. Persons like me who r not able to attend the conferrence live will work for them.

  10. saw this conference, great

  11. I'm at Australia, thanks for providing online media.

  12. Very interesting!

  13. I often come to New York. I love this city!

  14. thanx for the conference link, As I m too far from new york, I have to watch video only.thanx again.

  15. Extension mobility provides the benefit of mobility for end users, which allows a user with a configured profile to log into a phone other than their own and have access to their personal settings.

  16. I wish I had a time to visit that conference. Anyway, thanks for the ability to watch it online :)