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Vice President, Editorial Director InformationWeek Business Technology Network
Blog Posts: 11
Fritz Nelson is a former senior VP and editorial director of the InformationWeek Business Technology Network.
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Cisco's Next Big Challenge

10/31/2012
In this Valley View interview, CEO John Chambers discusses Cisco's long record of wins, and its biggest challenge yet: the move to software-defined networks.

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Arista Puts Real-Time Apps On New Switch

4/3/2012
Andy Bechtolsheim, Arista Networks' founder and chief development officer, explains his company's AppSwitch 7124FX, which takes ultra-low-latency networking to a new level. Check out the video interview.

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Dear SF Giants CIO: I'm Sorry

11/3/2010
The San Francisco Giants won it all. We revisit some of the World Series champ's key technology decisions, which, as we all know, were the main drivers behind the team's success.

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Cisco Umi Takes Telepresence To The Home

10/6/2010
Cisco has spent the past four years pounding "telepresence" into the brains of business and IT professionals, and now it has introduced Umi, a full telepresence solution for the home. From Umi, you can have video chats with other Umi users (or, it supports Google Video chat), leave video messages and upload video to share with your Umi contacts.

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