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Cisco Expo likely to draw 2,500 experts

Riyadh, November 28, 2011

Cisco Expo Saudi 2011, which will showcase latest productivity and efficiency solutions set to open next week in Riyadh, is expected to bring together around 2,500 top decision makers from all over Saudi Arabia.

The event, themed ‘Innovate Together’ will run on December 5 and 6 at the King Fahad Cultural Centre.

Special guest keynote speaker visiting Saudi for the Expo will be Howard Charney, senior vice president and a member of Cisco's Office of the President and Executive Staff.

Cisco Expo Saudi 2011 will comprise a series of in-depth sessions delivered by senior Cisco executives and subject matter experts from around the globe.

The event will offer attendees the opportunity to discuss a variety of topics ranging from global megatrends, their societal and economical impact, to innovation and relevance to the technology architectures.

Presentations and demonstrations, including those of Cisco partners, will focus around the power of collaboration, video, cloud and virtualization, borderless network and emerging technologies that are transforming business to networked enterprises driving business results, productivity, competitiveness and societal change.

For attendees, Cisco Expo Saudi as well as the numerous business educational sessions there is also the ‘World of Solutions’ exhibition area featuring Cisco technology solution demo areas and partner stands.

“We are looking forward to bringing Cisco Expo back to Saudi Arabia and demonstrating to businesses in the Kingdom how technology can improve and enhance the services they offer,” said Wayne Fullerton, managing director, Cisco, Saudi Arabia.

“Cisco Expo Saudi 2011 is yet another confirmation of Cisco’s commitment to the Kingdom and offers an excellent opportunity for us to showcase the power of evolving the network - from simple connectivity to an intelligent platform that will dramatically improve productivity and collaboration.”

Fahad Alamoudi, head of Marketing Cisco Middle East, said: “We now conduct a Cisco Expo in every focused country we have a presence in around the globe and they continue to be highly sought after, heavily subscribed events that are very well received by attendees who see them as a worthwhile investment providing much needed ICT education and learning for their employees.”

“We are very proud to be bringing the Expo back to Saudi this year. Offering technology relevance to demographics, globalization, sustainability, energy, green and industry transformation, the agenda and the networking opportunities will provide a real platform for thought leadership, technology architecture and the role of  innovation to address our current and future government and business environment not only in Saudi but throughout the Middle East region,” he concluded. – TradeArabia News Service

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