Archive for the 'Technology Chats' Category
Group Notice From: Autumn CiscoSystems
Cisco Chairman and CEO, John Chambers will be at the Cisco Bandwidth Stage in Second Life on June 24th at 11 AM SLT/2 AM Eastern to talk about the power of collaboration. Seating is first come first serve!
If you can’t attend in Second Life, it will also be streamed live on the Cisco Virtual World Blog at http://blogs.cisco.com/virtualworlds.
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Group Notice From: Dannette CiscoSystems
22 April 2008 at 12:00 PST
This TechChat features Jean Phillippe (JP) Vasseur, a Cisco distinguished engineer, and will focus on sensor networks. During this TechChat, JP will present a vision of the “Internet of things.” He will share his thoughts about using IP to preserve interoperability and new work on IP-based advanced protocols for networks that have unique characteristics in term of constraints and scalability.
To be held on the Cisco Bandwidth Stage.
This TechChat will be broadcast via in world music stream.
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What: Lessons in Second Life
When: Tue Sep 11 4:30pm - Tue Sep 11 6pm (Weekly at 4:30pm on Wednesday) Weekly at 4:30pm on Wednesday
Where: blacklibrary in hyperborea
Description: Every Week on Tuesday (1:30-3pm SLT) join us for Lessons in Second Life, an open table forum centering on what can be learned in sl in both formal and informal settings. The forum is open to faculty, students, and interested parties of all kinds. We meet at the blacklibrary hyperborea 91, 30, 26 im buridan simon for more information. Come share your ideas for learning in Second Life.
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Christian will be speaking on Virtual Environments and Their Impact on the Network
When: On Sept 6th at noon SLT.
This is a first in a series of TechChats to be held by Cisco in Second Life. Second Life TechChats are highly interactive virtual events for the technical professional focusing on networking solutions, and the best practices for deploying and managing the latest technologies.
By attending the Sept 6th TechChat one will:
- Gain a better understanding of the network traffic impact of virtual worlds like Second Life and their network security implications.
- Participate in a walk through on how virtual worlds, specifically Second Life, works on a network and what network administrators should do to prepare for virtual environments on their corporate network as far as bandwidth, QoS and security are concerned.
From the Cisco virtual bog.
We encourage you to experiment with these environments, starting with Cisco’s virtual campus in Second Life, a virtual environment created by a San Francisco startup Linden Lab. Second Life uses geographic bookmarks, called ‘landmarks’, which can directly teleport you to a location in Second Life. If you have Second Life installed, click here to be taken to our virtual campus. Don’t be surprised if you see a number of other people there, as we have virtual events regularly such as our recent Networkers at Cisco Live! Be sure to check our upcoming event boards around the virtual campus and join us!
Last but not least, a note about the authors of the blog. We are the Networked Virtual Environments team within Cisco Technology Center, which is a group within Cisco chartered to look at new and emerging technologies as part of our Corporate Business Development organization. We are not a business unit shipping product, but rather a source of new technologies and ideas for Cisco. You’ll probably notice quickly that we wander far from the beaten path regularly, as is our charter. Source: A Warm Welcome
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