Media Alert: Cisco, Tavistock Group and Lake Nona to Unveil Important New Smart+Connected Communities Initiatives at Lake Nona Impact Forum

Cisco Chairman & CEO John Chambers, Lake Nona Institute President Thad Seymour and other Executives to Participate in Webcast Press Conference

SAN JOSE, Calif. and ORLANDO, Fla. – October 17, 2012 – Next week at the annual Lake Nona Impact Forum, Cisco, Tavistock Group, Lake Nona Development Group and industry partners will host a news conference to discuss strategy and unveil initiatives to create smart+connected communities in the Orlando area that take advantage of the latest in networking technologies, design strategy and vision for livability and sustainability.

The news conference will take place at the University of Central Florida campus at Lake Nona for media located in the Orlando, Florida area, and will be webcast live via UStream for remote attendees.  There will be an opportunity for Q&A using the UStream social feed after the main discussion.

When: Tuesday, October 23, 2012, 8:00 – 8:45 p.m. EDT / 5:00 – 5.45 p.m. PDT

What:   News Conference: Cisco Smart+Connected Communities, Lake Nona Development Group, Tavistock Group

Who:     Cisco CEO, John Chambers

              Cisco President of Globalization and Smart+Connected Communities, Anil Menon

              Cisco Senior Vice President of Worldwide Sales, Chuck Robbins

              Lake Nona Institute President, Thad Seymour

Where: For a press pass to the Lake Nona Impact Forum, please contact Andrea Cousens ( To view the live program or the replay, visit Registration is not required.

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