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Cisco at TechXLR8 5G World London June 13-15th, 2017


June 7, 2017 - 0 Comments

Cisco will be at the 5G World and Connected Car events organized by TechXLR8 next week, June 13-15th in London’s ExCel Exhibition Center.

Not to miss highlights:

  • Keynote presentation on 5G advanced automation that optimized user experience from device through network
  • Live demo of Cloud Native 5G ready Ultra Services Platform
  • Demo of 5G ready self-optimizing network
  • Cisco executives and 5G experts available to meet and answer questions
  • Cisco-Jasper will be represented at a companion TechXLR8 event – Connected Car

Meet with us at Stand 5G136 to learn more about 5G, IoT, and networking in general. Hear our keynote titled “5G Automatic Self-Optimization” by Alon Ben-Ami, CTO for SON. This is going to be a great presentation that highlights more Cisco 5G innovations with advanced automation that optimizes (?) user experience from device through network. As we move towards network slicing and delivering critical video and IoT services it is important that the network can deliver automated per device quality control. This innovative capability will also be demonstrated at our stand at 5G World.

While you are visiting our stand, you will have the opportunity to meet Cisco executives from Development, Sales and Marketing. We also have several technical experts on hand, so please do stop by and talk with us.

5G World offers a Demo Zone and Cisco will be delivering live demonstrations of our 5G ready cloud native Ultra Services Platform. Do not miss our cloud-based edge computing enabling sub 1ms roundtrip latency over existing radio access technologies. The demonstration is given by our Ultra Services Platform architect who can answer any questions you might have about this solution.

While you are at the ExCel center you can also walk over to the Connected Car exhibit to see Cisco-Jasper IoT solutions and meet our IoT Jasper experts.

You can find more information about Cisco 5G and mobility here and here.



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