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Cisco partner summit update

10 Feb 2011

Back in January we reported that Cisco was preparing to put on a virtual partner summit from March 1st to March 3rd which aims to give channel partners “the edge” when it comes to understanding, selling, and delivering key technologies that are driving businesses forward.

Registration for the event is now open and Cisco has provided us with further details.

“As an attendee, you will have access to business-critical content,” the company says. “Depending on your time zone, you will have the opportunity to view content in real time by watching streaming video from the live event. Sessions will also be available on demand within 24 hours for viewing at your convenience.”

Hit this link for further details including info on how to register.

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