Cisco Organizes Its First Developer Forum in India
Cisco Developer Forum in Bangalore, April 3 - 4, 2008 focused on the network as the development platform
Bangalore, India, April 4, 2008 - Cisco® conducted the first Cisco Developer Forum in India, on April 3-4 in Bangalore. The Cisco Developer Forum was a major milestone in the company’s efforts to equip more developers with the knowledge on how to best use the network as a development platform. The Cisco Developer Forum, held at the J.N. Tata Auditorium, Indian Institute of Science, comprised of two days of vision, learning and collaboration around the latest networking technologies today.
Presented by the Cisco Developer Services Program, the two day event included technical sessions and hands-on demonstrations covering applications in technologies including Unified Communications, Customer Contact Center, Voice Gateway, Data Center, Network Management and Wireless technologies.
“With Cisco leading the transition to a network-centric technology environment, Cisco Developer Forum is the place to be, for developers and technologists, to learn how the various applications of today’s latest technologies can enable the network to become the preferred service platform of the future,” said Parvesh Sethi - Vice President, Advanced Services, Cisco.
Over the two days, Cisco leaders shared their insights into how to use the network, as a development platform, to accelerate the developing of integrated solutions and applications, the delivering of innovative services and solutions to customers, and the building of rich applications that leverage the intelligence of the network.
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