SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwire - November 2, 2009) -
Cisco will showcase a range of technology solutions for higher education during the 2009 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference. Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) education executives will be joined by higher education leaders, key partners and customers to discuss how Cisco "Connected Learning" solutions are transforming the education environment and enhancing the learning experience for students.
- Experience TelePresence
Cisco will demonstrate TelePresence live at EDUCAUSE. Cisco TelePresence combines innovative real-time video, audio, and interactive technologies to give people in distributed global locations a wide variety of face-to-face collaboration experiences. Reporters will be able to connect virtually with universities around the country including Indiana University, Duke, University of North Carolina, Penn State, and the Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center at Carnegie Mellon University.
- Featured Education Solutions
Experts from Cisco and our partners will be demonstrating solutions for: Campus Safety, Digital Media, Mobility and Wireless, Network Infrastructure, Online Learning, Smart Connected Buildings, Network Security, Unified Communications and more.
||November 3-5, 2009|
||2009 EDUCAUSE Annual Conference|
||Colorado Convention Center|
||To arrange an interview or booth visit with Cisco executives and education customers at EDUCAUSE 2009, contact Al Black, Qorvis Communications at email@example.com or 703.581.5105.|
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