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Cisco to Introduce Next Generation Networking Innovations During Sept. 24 Webcast

SAN JOSE, Calif., Sept. 24 2013 – On Tuesday, Sept. 24, at 8 a.m. PDT, Cisco will host a live webcast to announce key Internet-changing developments for service providers. The Internet networking industry is at a critical inflection point. For 30 years, networking has concentrated on driving speeds up and costs down, but it's no longer enough to only manage bandwidth growth. With Internet traffic expected to rapidly proliferate in the coming years amid a new wave of connections, Cisco will unveil several breakthrough Internet capabilities engineered to enable the seamless interconnection of people, data, processes and things known as the Internet of Everything (IoE)

During this live webcast, Cisco senior executives will introduce Internet networking architecture and products powered by the recently announced nPower™ X1 network processor. They will also discuss standards for the Evolved Programmable Network and new technologies to unlock the potential for more advanced interactions, innovations across industries and more personalized consumer experiences. Additionally, major service providers will be on hand to explain how these new innovations will help them create new business opportunities, as well as help future-proof their network investments.

Who: Robert Lloyd, President, Development and Sales; Pankaj Patel, Executive Vice President and Chief Development Officer; Surya Panditi, Senior Vice President and General Manager, Service Provider Networking Group; Doug Webster, ‎Vice President, Marketing, Service Provider; and Kit Beall, Vice President, Global Service Provider Worldwide Architectures.

What: Live Cisco webcast to announce Internet-changing developments for service providers.

When: Tuesday, Sept. 24, 2013, at 11 a.m. ET / 8 a.m. PT

To attend the webcast: Register here

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