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Going Beyond Wireless: Mobility at Cisco Live San Diego

- June 10, 2015 - 0 Comments

Hello from sunny San Diego! We are in full swing here at Cisco Live US with 25,000 attendees from our Cisco community of customers and partners, showcasing how we are enabling the digital economy today and well into the future.

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Chances are that if you know anything about Cisco, you know we’re the networking leader and a major player in the wireless world. But did you know that beyond wireless networking, Cisco has mobility solutions for every step of the mobile journey – from wireless infrastructure to personalized end user experiences? In fact, Mobility is leading the way as we all leap into the digital era and changing the way we live, play, work, and learn.

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If you are at Cisco Live this week, I hope you had a chance to get a glimpse of how Cisco Mobility solutions can transform your workstyles and lifestyles. At the Future of the Network – Innovation Talk, you may have seen how mobility transforms customer and workforce experiences, as well as provides powerful insights to organizations to make smarter and decisions. A fun demo that involved the audience – and their mobile devices – showed the power of Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) analytics. Cisco also hosted over 100 analysts at Cisco’s C-Scape reception, where we walked analysts through a mobile user’s experience with a higher education lens – enabled by Cisco CMX and Mobility Services Engine (MSE), Enterprise Mobility Services Platform (EMSP), Hyperlocation, Wave 2 wireless APs and controllers, and Identity Services Engine (ISE). Whew, that’s a lot of acronyms!

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We’re only halfway through Cisco Live, so you still have plenty of opportunity to dive into what those acronyms actually do to transform your business. Today and tomorrow, check out our Mobility demos, speaker sessions, and participate in the Network Innovation Masters Game Show. And as always, connect with us on Twitter and Facebook.

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