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Orange Slovakia Lights Up 4G LTE Services with Cisco ASR 5000 Series
According to the Cisco Visual Networking Index, global mobile data traffic will increase nearly 11-fold between 2013 and 2018. Mobile data traffic will grow at a compound annual growth rate of 61%, reaching 15.9 exabytes per month by 2018. In Central and Eastern Europe, according to the same study, the growth rate of mobile data traffic will be above the global average with a 13-fold increase. 4G traffic is expected to account for 29% of total mobile data traffic in the region by 2018, compared with 3% at the end of 2013.
Cisco Addresses Growing Demand for Internet of Everything (IoE) Skills with First Global 'Introduction to IoE' Curriculum
Launched today as part of the Cisco Networking Academy Partner Summit in Barcelona, the "Introduction to the Internet of Everything" is the first of a series of IoE courses. This entry-level course is aimed at anyone who wants to grasp the opportunities which the inter connection of people, processes, data and things will bring, and does not require any in-depth IT knowledge as a prerequisite. It is available globally as a free as a self-learning course for every Cisco Networking Academy student. Academies can also create instructor-led classes to teach the curriculum.
Cisco to Provide Secure Ops Solution to Shell
Shell will deploy the Cisco Secure Ops Solution at upstream, downstream and lubricant sites. The Cisco Secure Ops Solution provides remote proactive monitoring and SLA-driven management of security, applications and infrastructure. A set of Cisco-owned hardware and virtualized security applications is deployed at each of Shell’s sites. The Security applications are then managed and hosted out of a security operations center (SOC), called the SecureCenter.
Cisco Announces Winners of IoT Innovation and Security Grand Challenges; Launches Worldwide IoT Challenge for Young Women
In addition to cash prizes of more than $550,000 for the Innovation and Security Grand Challenges, Cisco intends to provide winners with mentoring, training and access to business expertise from Cisco and other supporting organizations. They will be able to develop, test and pilot new technologies, plus have the opportunity for potential investment and partnering opportunities in the future. Entrants and winners retain the IP for any and all ideas submitted.
Cisco Doubles Down to Accelerate IoT Adoption with New Application Deployment Options at the Edge and Expanded Fog Computing Portf...
Cisco also today outlined the components of its IoE Software and Services Suite, which expands its IoT offerings and drives IoE value. This suite analyzes the data culled from IoT deployments and connects them with the people and business processes. This process uncovers intelligence as well as application integration, process automation, and context-aware mobile collaboration capabilities to help organizations respond to information more quickly. Cisco recently introduced solutions for urban safety and security, and connected transportation that take advantage of these new capabilities.
IZA Business Centers Offers Cisco Collaboration Solutions to Its Customers
IZA Business Centers has over 20 years' experience in the market and offers a turnkey solution for the rental of equipped offices and fully furnished meeting rooms, as well as the possibility of virtual offices. The company has over 2,500 office options nation-wide and over 120 meeting rooms equipped with the most advanced technology. Additionally, due to international partnerships, IZA BC customers have access to offices and meeting rooms in more than 600 cities in 36 countries through Alliance Business Centers Networks and GWA.
Cisco And NBA Announce New Multiyear Agreement To Deliver A More Connected NBA
Innovation is at the core of the extension, embodied by a research and development initiative designed to identify ways to use leading edge Cisco products and solutions to enhance the NBA game. A first for the Cisco and NBA partnership, this initiative will feature a committee of executives from both companies who will focus on employing principles of the Internet of Everything to enhance courtside connectivity within NBA venues.
Who's Building the Internet of Everything?
That 2022 figure could represent around eight percent of the global IT workforce. “The biggest problem we have is how to attract talent,” Elfrink says.
University of Calgary's W21C, Cisco and Alberta Health Services Collaborate to Expand Health Care Innovation
"The O'Brien Institute for Public Health's W21C Program at the University of Calgary is seen as an invaluable partner with the health care system in Alberta," said Dr. Verna Yiu, Vice President Quality and Chief Medical Officer, Alberta Health Services. "For over 10 years, W21C has provided answers to difficult clinical questions in a timely fashion, and has been a true resource for Alberta Health Services. Its willingness to partner with industry leaders like Cisco on longer-term initiatives has also resulted in AHS's ability to provide better patient experience and care to Albertans. Specific examples include its work on simulation with Emergency Medical Services; infrastructure planning for the building of the South Health Campus through the lens of patients, families and health care providers; and comparing models of care practices between different facilities within the province, to list a few."
Guadalajara to Work With Cisco to Become a Smart+Connected City
Guadalajara is working to become a global digital audiovisual production node, and foster creative industries which would include TV, cinema, interactive multimedia, digital animation, e-learning, apps, and video game development among other industries.