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Ask the Experts: Cisco’s 802.11ac Solutions - Deployment, Design, and Interop

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Ask your Questions on Cisco’s 802.11ac Solutions - Deployment, Design, and Interop with Cisco Experts: Richard Hamby and Shankar Ramanathan.

Monday, March 30th, 2015 to Friday, April 10th, 2015

Richard Hamby

 Richard Hamby is a senior technical support engineer and Team Lead of the Cisco Technical Assistance Center in Richardson, Texas.  He is an expert in Indoor and Outdoor wireless for the full line of Cisco Unified and Converged Access Wireless products, as well as TAC Engineering Engagement Engineer liaison to project engineering teams for new Cisco wireless products.  Prior to his current role, Richard was a customer support engineer with the AAA Security TAC team supporting Cisco identity management solutions and been with Cisco since 2009.

Shankar Ramanathan is a Customer Support Engineer at the Cisco Technical Center. He is a Technical Content Engineer and Subject Matter Expert for Cisco Enterprise Unified and Converged Access wireless mobility solution including Wireless LAN Controller  2500/5500/WISM2/7500/8500, Converged access 5760/3650/3850 switches,  Access Points Lightweight and Autonomous, VoWLAN (792x/9971) , Cisco Prime Infrastructure SNMP management, Cisco Mobility Services Engine(MSE/ CMX). Prior to joining Cisco in  November 2011, he worked as a wireless network engineer at Elan Technologies, responsible for RF wireless network planning, simulation, propagation path analysis, and optimization of Wi-Fi 802.11 mesh and WiMax (802.16 d/e) networks for various system  integration and automation projects. Shankar holds a master of science degree in electrical engineering specializing in communications and signal process from the State University of New York, Buffalo. Shankar has a CCIE in Wireless(#40548) and CCNA  certified (number 410004168640IMZF) and has over six years of industry experience.

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