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Cisco Activities at LTE North America, Dallas: Nov 14-15


Your network is evolving to accommodate exponential growth of mobile data traffic while your subscribers expect a quality secure mobile experience anytime, anywhere.


Please join Cisco at LTE North America, November 14--15, Dallas, TX, to learn more about how Cisco transforms challenges of the mobile Internet into new revenue opportunities with LTE solutions.  The Cisco LTE technologies help you monetize your networks through new services and business models, while at the same time optimize the delivery of those services and, as a result, help deliver a differentiated, enhanced end user experience.


Attend one of Cisco’s speaking sessions:


  • Day 1, 12:15PM
    • Keynote: Gennady Sirota -- Monetizing LTE: Does LTE Itself Necessarily Create Increased Revenue? Creating a Tangible Business Case
  • Day 1, 2:35PM
    • Panel: Dan Kurschner – Optimizing Network Design: Considering Migrational Network Design for LTE: Moving Beyond a Homogenous LTE Deployment Strategy


Learn how Cisco changes the dialogue in the industry to focus on network transformation as enabled by the relationship between the cloud, network, and client and how it uniquely unlocks value for you, making your LTE network a true profitability engine.


Please contact your Cisco account manager to meet with Cisco LTE experts. We look forward to seeing you at our speaking sessions and meetings.


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