Cisco Live Europe 2012 Coverage

If you didn’t have a chance to make it out to the London ExCeL Centre, for Cisco Live Europe, read our coverage of the conference.

Cisco Live Europe took place in early February, with almost 5,000 networking professionals descending on the London ExCeL Centre to hear the latest news from the networking giant.

If you didn’t get the chance to attend the show yourself, take a look at Computer Weekly and TechTarget’s coverage of the event, below:

Wireless LAN 4x4 MIMO debut from Cisco at Cisco Live Europe
During Cisco Live Europe the vendor unveiled its first 4x4 MIMO designed for a three-spatial-stream 802.11n wireless LAN access point.

Cisco reveals product consolidation plan
Cisco shares details of product consolidation move, as the vendor tries to turn the company around after poor financial results.

Cisco cuts ribbons on 25 new London-based Network Academies
In a bid to leave a legacy behind after it has completed its contract with the 2012 Olympics, Cisco is set to open 25 Network Academies in East London

Cisco kicks of BIG Awards in search for innovative tech idea
Networking vendor Cisco has launched a search for the best high-tech idea the UK has to offer, through its British Innovation Gateway (BIG) Awards.

Cisco launches 40 and 100 GbE line cards for Nexus 7000 and Catalyst 6500
Cisco unveiled its Nexus 7000 and Catalyst 6500 product updates.

Cisco OpenFlow strategy? Don’t hold your breath
If you’re waiting for a Cisco OpenFlow strategy, you’ll be waiting for some time. It appears Cisco is going proprietary on its software defined networking (SDN) route; however that doesn't necessarily mean a Cisco OpenFlow connection.

Cisco Live US coverage and other resources

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  • Cisco Quad and Cius cause commotion at Cisco Live 2011
  • Catalyst 6500 upgrade headlines Cisco Live 2011
  • Cisco reveals details of business revamp at Cisco Live Europe
  • Cisco Live 2011 Las Vegas: Nexus and Catalyst under one roof

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