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NBC Leverages Cisco Video Network at 2010 Olympic Winter Games


January 6, 2010 - 1 Comment

This February, Cisco enables NBC to make history once again with the broadcast of the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Winter Games. The event marks the largest all-IP video network deployed for a televised sporting event and highlights the groundbreaking capabilities of an end-to-end medianet – an all-IP next-generation network optimized for rich media.

Medianet enables the delivery of a unified video experience while allowing users to have a more personal, social and interactive experience.

NBC Deploys Medianet Technologies
Craig Lau, Vice President of Technology for the NBC Olympics, shares how NBC and Cisco are revolutionizing the viewer experience at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games with SP Medianet Technologies.

XXI Olympic Winter Games
Sue Bostrom, Chief Marketing Officer at Cisco Systems, reflects on the successes from the Beijing Olympics and shares how NBC and Cisco are revolutionizing the viewer experience at the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games.

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  1. Well done Cisco and NBC. We look forward to watching the 2010 Winter Olympics in the U.K. and we will be working on the 2012 Olympics over here. Dorset based Cisco Systems reseller Poundbury Systems is evangelising video for the Olympic Sailing events to be held off the coast of Dorset.