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Improving Application Performance and Availability with Performance Routing

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Event Date: November 17, 2011


Time: 9:30 am to 10:30 am PST.

For local times check:

http://www.easytz.com/?t=2011-11-17-17-30&d=60&l=5972-463d-2651-3f21-4bda-233-3eb-1c64-5803-2b84-42e8-1008-4aaf


Where: On our Facebook page at http://www.facebook.com/CiscoSupportCommunity


RSVP via http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=288023504552390


Confounded  on how to improve your Wide Area Network Application Performance Today?  Is your VoIP and Video over the WAN just not getting the priority it  requires? Wondering how to locate the best performing path and  dynamically route around backup Service Provider performance issues in

real-time? Are you looking to also get more utility value from your  idle Service Provider Link at the same time? Cisco Performance Routing  (PfR)Can Help.


We will be  covering all these topics and of course  taking your questions. We will  have our Cisco PfR Technical Marketing Expert Jean-Marc Barozet hosting  this Facebook Session. Our Cisco PfR Product Manager Ernest Mikulic will  also be attending. Both are part of Cisco's Network Operating Systems  Technology Group (NOSTG) where all of the Performance Routing (PfR)  Technology Marketing, Research, Design, and Engineering takes place.



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How Do I Participate?


On the day of the event, go to http://www.facebook.com/CiscoSupportCommunity. Once you go to our Facebook fan page, be sure and click "Like" to become  a member of our Facebook community! You can now participate in the discussions and aask questions.


Friday, November 11th, 2011 12:00 AM PST to Friday, November 11th, 2011 12:00 AM PST

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