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LTE World Summit, June 24-26
LTE World Summit is the largest 4G event in the telecoms industry. With the largest gathering of LTE international delegates in attendance: 125 exhibitors and 3000+ attendees. Cisco is a Platinum Sponsor.
June 26 1:15 pm - 1:35 pm Local time
Software Defined Networking - Increasing Flexibility in the Network
Speaker: Brian Meany
June 25 3:30 PM – 3:50 pm Local Time
Different Deployment Options - Multi/Single Vendor Enviornments
Speaker: Akram Awad
June 25 3:20 pm - 3:50 pm Local Time
Managing the Proliferation of Traffic in the Network
Panelist: Christophe Delcourt
June 25 12:50 pm - 1:20 pm Local Time
How is Mobile Video Challenging the Network Architecture of LTE? Mitigating the Bandwidth Hogger
Panelist: Dan Kurschner
Cisco recently has also been shortlisted in the following telecoms.com LTE Award categories:
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