The Cisco Unified Access Challenge is now over. Stay tuned for the winners.
Learn More About Unified Access
The Cisco Unified Access Challenge was an online competition that tested understanding of Cisco Unified Access innovations. The challenge ended on April 26, 2013. However, you can watch the Activate the IT Transformation with Cisco Unified Access webinar series on-demand now. You can also register for upcoming webinars in this series in the Borderless Networks Community.
Discover the latest Unified Access innovations, including:
- Cisco Catalyst 3850 Series Switches, which can support one network for wired and wireless
- Cisco 5760 Wireless LAN Controller, which offers an industry-leading throughput at 60 gigabits per second
- Cisco Aironet 2600 and 1600 Series second-generation access points, which join Cisco Aironet 3600 Series access points
- Cisco Application Visibility and Control, to help you identify, analyze, and optimize application traffic
How the Challenge Works
View a 20-minute video about Cisco Unified Access products presented by the Cisco TechWiseTV team and animated superhero, Ike. In this adventure, Ike helps Zach solve wireless and switching hurdles in the office.
Answer multiple-choice questions about Cisco Unified Access Solutions and provide your thoughts on how a Unified Access solution can be a strategic asset to your organization. The answers to the multiple-choice questions can be found in the video and the Challenge Resources section.
How to Win
Finalists are selected from those who answer the most multiple choice questions correctly. A team of judges will then select the grand prize winner based on the answers to the last open-ended question.
The customer grand prize is a trip for two to a major Cisco location of the winner's choice. If you win, you can explore the city and surrounding countryside during your stay, and receive a behind-the-scenes tour of Cisco facilities. Flights and hotel are included. If travel is not an option, the winner can select mobility devices as an alternative prize. Additionally, 10 finalists will be awarded one iPad each, at an approximate value of US $500 each.
The partner challenge will award 30 finalists one iPad each, at an approximate value of US $500 each.
Notification of Winners
Cisco will contact the grand prize winner and finalists within 60 days of contest completion.
Important Terms and Conditions
No purchase is necessary to enter or win. A purchase will not improve your chances of winning. Internet access is required to enter. You have not yet won. Void where prohibited or restricted by law. This promotion is sponsored by Cisco and is open to individuals 18 or older at time of entry. For complete official rules (including odds, limitations, additional description of prizes, and other terms), read the Challenge Terms and Conditions.
BYOD Challenge Winner
> David J. GA, USA (31 sec)
BYOD Challenge Finalists
> John W, MI, USA
> Syd W, Hong Kong
> Sam L, Queensland, Australia
> Scott D, ME, USA
> Bruce A, WI, USA
> Ron M, Dominican Republic
Challenge 3 Winner - Hugo G
Challenge Winner - Kevin
Challenge Winner - Ron
Challenge Winner - Gabriele