Cisco C-Scape 2006
Tuesday, December 12 and Wednesday, December 13
The Fairmont San Jose, California
Cisco C-Scape 2006, formerly known as the annual Worldwide Analyst Conference (WWAC), brings industry analysts, investors, and the media together to discuss the prevailing issues in our high technology industry as well as Cisco's vision, technology advances, and product roadmaps. Global attendees will participate in a highly interactive two-day executive event consisting of general and breakout sessions, with a heavy emphasis on discussion, debate and dialogue.
C-Scape, which refers to the ability to "see" the future "landscape", has been designed as a thought leadership experience. Moving away from being just another analyst conference, the goal of C-Scape is to provide you with a forum to discuss important market, technology and business issues that impact the industry agenda. C-Scape 2006 will also give you to new Cisco-related technology information; create an interactive setting to learn and network with peers; and provide you an opportunity to extend relationships with Cisco's executives and senior management team.
Learn more about Cisco's vision of the future and why it believes the Network as the Platform is the right approach for Enterprises, Service Providers, Small-Medium Businesses and Consumers. Join John Chambers and his executive teams for discussion, debate and dialogue on the industry’s prevailing issues and trends.
Be part of the conversation. Attend Cisco C-Scape 2006 this December 12 and 13 and find out where Cisco and the industry are heading.
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