Secrets of Cisco Small Innovation Revealed: Next-Generation Hotspot and More...

Bob Friday, CTO of WNBU, Cisco; Matt MacPherson, Technical Marketing DIrector, WNBU, Cisco
Have You Heard? Next Generation Hotspots are Here!

The Mobile Internet will grow 18x over the next four years. And there is a three-fold problem service providers face aiming to profit from mobile Internet services:
-Fragmented user experience as lines blur between consumer and business services on mobile devices
-Capacity and coverage with limited spectrum and the rise of indoor usage
-How to define the path to new revenue streams What can Wi-Fi offer to address these concerns?

Find out through this webcast an innovative approach to address these questions.
May 1 2012
59 mins
Secrets of Cisco Small Innovation Revealed: Next-Generation Hotspot and More...
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