John Chambers to Keynote at Mobile World Congress

January 19, 2012 - 0 Comments

Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2012 is now less than two months away and the mobile industry is shifting into high gear!  From now until the booths come down and the Fira Barcelona goes silent, it’s full speed ahead.

No one is more excited about Cisco’s mobility story—and our presence at MWC 2012—than Chairman and CEO John Chambers. As he often says, “mobility is the killer app” and the biggest of all the IP market transitions that service providers are facing today. John has agreed to be a keynote speaker at the show, addressing the topic of Exploring the Mobile Cloud. I hope you’ll join him on Tuesday, February 28 from 11 AM-12:30 PM local time in Hall 5, Auditorium 1 as he engages with other industry leaders on the future of the mobile cloud, its requirements and drivers, and the innovations we can expect to see in coming years.

Take a minute to watch  John’s personal invitation to join us at the Cisco booth.  It’s a place where mobile operators can see Cisco’s best-in-class technology demoed, dialogue with Cisco’s subject matter experts, and find solutions to their most perplexing problems.  As in years past, we expect a flurry of activities and tired feet at the end of the day!

As you schedule your week at MWC, don’t miss these other opportunities to hear Cisco’s key executives share their perspectives on the mobile internet:

Speaker: Suraj Shetty, VP, Service Provider Marketing
Title: Mobile Cloud Forum (sponsored by Cisco and NEC)
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 29 from 3:15-4:30 PM local time, followed by a cocktail reception

Speaker: Thierry Maupile, VP of Operations, Strategy and Business Development, MITG
Session: Network Architecture Evolution
Date/Time: Thursday, March 1 from 11:30 AM-1:00 PM local time

Speaker: Dr. Robert Pepper, VP, Government Affairs
Session: Network Infrastructure Costs in the Age of Austerity
Date/Time: Wednesday, February 29 from 1:45-3:15 PM local time

As Cisco’s Executive Sponsor of MWC 2012, I am eager to meet with as many of our customers and partners as I can. To schedule a meeting with me or other members of the Cisco team, please contact your Cisco account manager.  Six weeks and counting!

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