Top Coders Win Cisco CMX Mobility Challenge
Over 30 registrants competed in an online global Cisco developer challenge to use the CMX Mobility Services API and CMX in a new app using a simulated environment for a meeting host to automatically launch a WebEx conference, based on the location of the conference room where the meeting is scheduled. Guidance was provided in a previous blog post, […]
Are you up for the CMX topcoder Challenge?
Cisco CMX Mobility Developer Challenge is under way at topcoder. CMX Mobile Application SDK can be leveraged in a mobile application to provide indoor location and navigation for users. The SDK will connect with the CMX Mobile App Server to determine a user’s location, downloading maps, venues, point of interests, and determine routes for a selected […]
Cisco Live Milan 2014 & CMX
Cisco Live Milan 2014 kicked off this morning with an opening keynote by Rob Lloyd. During the session Rob shared Cisco's vision...
Deep-Dive Techwise Technical Workshop: Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences
Next Thursday you don’t want to miss a live technical webcast with Q&A on the hot topic of Wi-Fi location-based services. Join Techwise tech legend Jimmy Ray...
Deep Dive: Mobility Services APIs (with Sample Code!)
Last week, my colleague Rajiv walked you through an overview of how our Mobility Services API now supports REST based APIs. As a developer for the Mobility Services Engine...
Cisco Mobility Services APIs go RESTful
As a product manager, I am happy and excited to tell you that Cisco Mobility Services Engine (MSE) now supports REST based APIs. Why am I happy and excited you ask? MSE’s REST based APIs allow web app developers to rapidly develop location aware apps with ease. Let me walk you through this new feature […]
Moving to IPv6: Rebuilding the Heart of the Internet Without Missing a Beat
Within the coming decade, Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) will be key to enabling 50 billion connections among people, processes, data, and things in the Internet of Everything (IoE). But how we get there from here is not a simple matter. I’m very pleased to invite Mark Townsley, Cisco Fellow and recognized industry expert on IP, […]
Ignore the Mouse – Get Your IPv6 Learn On at Cisco Live Orlando 2013
By Steve Simlo, IPv6 Product Manager, Cisco Network Operating Systems Technology Group As IPv6 gains more and more ground within the Internet we are starting to see recognition amongst the wider community that technologies such as Carrier Grade NAT (CGNAT) have some significant drawbacks from a service and scalability standpoint. Some of the issues were […]