Join us February 24-27 in Barcelona for Mobile World Congress! Learn how Cisco and service providers together are transforming user experiences with small cells, capturing new markets with elastic mobile networks and monetizing and optimizing applications with experience aware networks. Exact event details below:
Location: Fira Gran Via: Cisco Stand located in Hall 3 stand #3E30
Show Dates: February 24 - 27, 2014
Exhibit Hall Visitor Hours: February 24 - 27, 2014, 9am - 7pm each day
Want to join Cisco for our Cisco stand demonstrations? Make sure to come by Hall 3, Stand 3E30, where we will demonstrate several innovative mobile Internet solutions to customers in immersive and engaging ways. There will be three different demo areas. The first are the outside "public" demos open to all that come by the Cisco stand. Open only to customers with scheduled meetings are the Tech Tour and the standalone Solution demos which show our solutions in action. All of these areas are explained below.
The Cisco Mobile Internet Tech Tour is a 50-60 minute journey through 3 key opportunity areas for Cisco and our Operator customers: Area 1: Transform User Experiences with Heterogeneous Access: Demonstrated optimized network selection and performance, monetized contextual engagement, and consistent service delivery across Small Cells/Wi-Fi/3G/LTE networks: Area 2: Capture New Markets with Elastic Mobile Networks: Demonstrates Operator orchestrating and managing dynamic VnF resources with right-sized economics for new markets. Area 3: Monetize and Optimize with Experience-Aware Networks: Demonstrates "Data-in-Motion: Now with SON!" use cases
The Standalone Solutions Demos are five separate "pods" that show our solutions described above in action. Those areas include: Cisco Small Cells, Cisco Quantum SON, Cisco Quantum Policy Suite, Cisco Quantum WAN Orchestration and Cisco Quantum virtualized Packet Core (QvPC)
The Public Demos on the outer portion of the stand will focus on two areas: Area 1: Cisco's SP WiFi with HS 2.0 "Live at the Fira:" Demonstrates the Fira's live Cisco HS 2.0 network and analytics and how MWC attendees how to leverage Cisco's Wi-Fi. Area 2: Cisco's Open Network Environment (ONE) for Mobility: Discuss and illustrate Cisco ONE architecture, enhanced by the Evolved Programmable Network (EPN), extending SDN and NFV with innovations that bring SP networks to new levels of programmability and flexibility.
There will also be a list of Cisco Speaking sessions that should not be missed! Here is a quick list of this year's speakers:
2/24 and 2/25: Small Cell Forum with Mark Grayson, Distinguished Consulting Engineer, Cisco
2/26: MWC 2014 Keynote: The Battle for the Multi-Screen Homewith John Chambers, Chairman and CEO, Cisco
2/27: Carrier Wi-Fi Summit with Kelly Ahuja, Senior Vice President, Mobility Business Group, Cisco
Find out more details about our Cisco Speaking Sessions here. You can learn more about each speaking session's topic of discussion, specific location and time.
Make sure to take advantage of the opportunity to meet with Cisco experts, from Cisco executives to subject matter experts for our solutions, who can discuss the needs, challenges, and opportunities that the mobile industry presents. To schedule a private meeting, please contact your Cisco representative.
For more information on all of Cisco's Activities at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, click here.
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