Cisco (News - Alert) will unveil the Cisco Borderless Networks Experience at Interop Las Vegas on Thursday, May 12, beginning at 10 a.m. PDT. The event will highlight the latest security and video innovations and will be streamed live from the show floor. TechWiseTV broadcasters Jimmy Ray Purser and Robb Boyd will be hosting the event.
Click here for Free Registration. Participants will have access to TechWiseTV segments live from the Cisco Interop (News - Alert) booth, the Cisco keynote from the main Interop stage and the ability to ask questions of Cisco network design experts in real time.
The Borderless Networks Experience will explain how Cisco solutions and services can aid organizations in reacting faster to market demands by supporting employees with a wider variety of secured devices like media tablets and smartphones. It will cover simplified security through centralized policies and unified management tools, and will also describe how organizations can increase network productivity by deploying video, tools and services to more locations with multimedia innovations.
The event will begin with a Cisco keynote, “Change Agents for Network Convergence (News - Alert): The cloud, video and security bring a strategic, competitive advantage to your business.” Additional topics include Borderless Mobility, which will discuss increasing performance protection for 802.11n networks using Cisco CleanAir technology. The session will cover providing the Cisco Prime Network converged users with access management for wired and wireless networks via the Cisco Prime Network Control System.
A SecureX discussion will focus on simplifying policy and improving security with the Cisco SecureX Architecture. A Secure Internet Edge presentation will focus on the latest business intelligence using the Cisco ASR 1000 and Threat Defense, while an IPv6 Transition session will cover the latest IPv6 innovations for building out an IPv6 migration plan. Scaling Video for the Network will discuss enabling any-to-any video in the network without straining resources, while Cisco in InteropNet will give participants a behind the scenes look at getting the show network up and running.
Edited by Jennifer Russell