Play the Cisco Sporting Trivia Event Challenge

August 3, 2012 - 0 Comments

NOW LAUNCHED! The biggest (and most connected) event this summer!
What event will have over 30 live sites, 1,800 wireless access points, 2,220 switches, 10,000 cable TV sockets, 16,500 telephones, 65,000 active network ports, 80,000 connections across 94 locations, and over 4 billion people watching around the world? You guessed it, the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games! Click here for more details about how the latest technology will be used to make these the most connected Games in history!
On the Cisco Support Community, we are celebrating the Olympics, too, by connecting the event with the latest Cisco technologies and news.
We’ll have a new trivia question every other day during the duration of the Summer Olympics.

Be sure to bookmark this community or Subscribe to Notifications to know when the next question is posted!
In total eight (8) questions will be posted; posted every other day (including weekends)
So Check The Link EVERY DAY for the Next Question
After you submit your answer, you will get an automatic reply giving you the correct answer.
We encourage you to log-on to the community by using your user id and password. To participate in the drawing you’ll need to provide your name, user id, phone number, and email address. With simple participation in the trivia game you can enter the drawing whether you reply to each question correctly or incorrectly. You can reply to each question only once.
Read all the participation rules in detail here.
Last but not least what happens when the 2012 Olympic flame goes out? The technology legacy left behind will help fuel high-tech, entrepreneurial growth, and educational opportunities. While you’re online, be sure to check out what is being offered on the Cisco Support Community; the various Cisco technologies, solutions and knowledge sharing programs.
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