This event is an opportunity to discuss the LTE market trends from a consumer perspective, highlighting the 4G LTE service from Cisco Enterprise BU. Furthermore, we will discuss the strategies to consider, taking into account the details for the adoption of 5G and explaining the differentiating factors of 5G and WiFI6.
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David Rotenis a Technical Marketing engineer with Cisco’s Enterprise Routing BU team. For the past 7 years, David has been in his current TME role with the Enterprise BU. During this time he has spoken at several CiscoLive events along with training and customer events events globally. Prior to that, he spent a number of years working as a dev-test engineer covering the SIP-600, SIP-400, and SIP-200 linecards on the 7600 platform.
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