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Seattle’s cloud computing prowess just got another boost.

The University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering unveiled a new hub called the Center for the Future of Cloud Infrastructure, or FOCI.

The goal is to create a stronger bridge between industry and academia as it relates to current and future cloud computing technologies.

“It will help us spot long-term pain points quicker and develop solutions in a way that are easier to adopt by industry,” said Ratul Mahajan, co-director of the FOCI Center. “It will also help ensure that our students are up-to-date with where the industry is at present and become the force that drives the industry forward.”

The center, which is hosting a launch event Friday, has established a technical advisory board with representatives from Alibaba, Cisco, Google, Microsoft and VMware. It is funded by industry commitments totaling $3.75 million over three years.

The center was created based on the belief that cloud computing will evolve as demand for machine learning, edge computing, 5G, and other technologies increases. That means rethinking how the cloud remains resilient and secure, and also sustainable given the energy demand for computation.

“There are a set of systems issues related to cloud computing that are five or seven or 10 years out, both in terms of when they are likely to hit, and how long it will take to develop and deploy solutions,” said Ed Lazowska, a longtime Allen School professor and former chair of the computer science department. “Companies are scrambling to deal with the challenges they face next week and next month and next year. Looking five years out is not something they can do.”

The center adds even more cloud computing credibility to the Seattle region, often referred to as “Cloud City” given that industry leaders Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure are based in the area, along with others including Google Cloud and VMware, which have regional offices.

It’s the latest connection between the UW and tech industry partners. Earlier this year the Allen School launched the Meta AI Mentorship Program, allowing PhD students to collaborate with Meta researchers. Amazon and the UW announced in February that they would partner on a new “Science Hub” funded with an initial $1.9 million investment from the company. And Microsoft is a big backer of computer science buildings and programs.

There are also a number of computer science professors that split their time on campus and at tech companies or organizations, including Yejin Choi, a senior research manager at Seattle’s Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) who just won a $800,000 “genius grant” from the MacArthur Foundation.

Mahajan, an associate professor at the UW’s Allen School, previously co-founded and led a Seattle startup called Intentionet that recently signed a licensing deal with Amazon Web Services. He is leading the FOCI with two other co-directors: Arvind Krishnamurthy and Simon Peter, who are also Allen School professors.

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Killexams : CISCO to join Zayed University’s Partner Challenge Program
  • The Partner Challenge program (“Program”) is a core component of Zayed University’s new interdisciplinary degrees.
  • Partner Challenges enable businesses to engage students in projects which benefit from the unique perspectives of young people, helping to solve real-world challenges and futureproof industries.
  • Cisco, a worldwide leader in technology that powers the Internet, joins a group of more than 70 companies on the Program.

Dubai:  Zayed University today announced that Cisco will join its pioneering Partner Challenge program, as part of a new Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the two parties.

The Partner Challenge program offers a unique opportunity for students to apply their knowledge outside of the classroom, addressing real-world challenges proposed by an industry player, such as Cisco.

Working in focused teams, each semester, students have the opportunity to combine their academic work with professional experience, bridging theory and practice, and delivering outputs that add value to the companies they collaborate with. From this year, the Program is a core offering to all new students enrolling at Zayed University on its new interdisciplinary degree programs.

The MoU was signed by Mr. Sherif Mousa, Acting Chief Administration and Financial Officer from Zayed University, and witnessed by Mr. Abdelilah Nejjari, Managing Director for the Gulf region at Cisco, during their participation at the 42nd edition of GITEX Global 2022, the world’s largest technology show.

Commenting on the partnership, Zayed University’s Acting Chief Administration and Financial Officer, Mr. Sherif Mousa said: “The Partner Challenges are one of the key differentiators which make Zayed University’s new degree programs so beneficial for our students and equip them for their future careers. We are immensely proud to have Cisco join the program and we know that our students will benefit enormously from the chance to work alongside this industry giant. These challenges deliver students a chance to gain an in-depth understanding of the workplace, encourage them to think for themselves, and open their eyes to the opportunities available to them when they graduate.”

Partner Challenges are student-driven endeavors that require teamwork, time management, and commitment. The challenges take the form of “How might we” questions that encourage critical thinking, creativity and problem solving. Some examples of these questions, as applied in previous challenges, include: “How might we design an environmentally sustainable home in Dubai?”; “How might we use AI to diagnose learning difficulties?”; and, “How might we understand how banks can leverage technological disruption to their advantage?”.

Through the Partner Challenges, businesses are able to engage students in projects which will benefit from the unique perspectives of young people, to help shape the future of the UAE. The Program can also help companies positively engage with young Emirati talent, early on in their careers, and contribute towards achieving employer Emiratization targets in future. By participating in the program, businesses are helping develop the future leaders, thinkers and doers of the UAE.

Mr. Abdelilah Nejjari, Managing Director for the Gulf region at Cisco added: “We believe that to empower the next generation of problem solvers, talent development and mentorship are critical. Cisco is pleased to be joining the Partner Challenge program – supporting Zayed University’s pursuit to deliver educational excellence and help its students accelerate innovation. We look forward to sharing our expertise, while also exploring the students’ insights – building a more inclusive future together.”

In addition to joining the Program, as part of the MoU, Cisco will collaborate with Zayed University on joint education programs, events, and industry workshops to further support talent development.

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About Zayed University

Zayed University, the UAE’s flagship higher education institution, was established in 1998 and proudly bears the name of the Founder of the Nation – the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan. In the spirit of Sheikh Zayed, the University is a pioneer and innovator in the field of education and research. The University currently caters to more than 10,500 Emirati and international students across its full range of undergraduate and postgraduate offerings.

Led by Her Excellency Noura Al Kaabi, Minister of Culture and Youth and Chair of University’s Board of Trustees, the University proudly serves the needs of the Nation and contributes to the UAE’s economic, social and cultural progress, in its state-of-the-art campuses in Abu Dhabi and Dubai. It embraces innovation and its learning programs adopt best-in-class technology.

Through research, scholarship, creative activities and outreach, Zayed University provides educational leadership, expands opportunity, and enriches the knowledge of local, regional, and global communities.

The University is proud of its role in encouraging academic excellence, promoting leadership skills and advancing knowledge. The University also strives to encourage the potential and inspire the promise of all its students, whilst also accelerating change in the UAE and contributing towards the Nation’s ambitious plan for the next 50 years.

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About Cisco

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is the worldwide leader in technology that powers the Internet. Cisco inspires new possibilities by reimagining your applications, securing your data, transforming your infrastructure, and empowering your teams for a global and inclusive future. Discover more on The Newsroom and follow us on Twitter at @Cisco.

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Killexams : Cisco rolls out data center in India for WebEx infrastructure No result found, try new keyword!Cisco has rolled out a new data center in India dedicated to hosting infrastructure for Webex, its communication and collaboration offering. The company told local press this week that it has invested ... Wed, 12 Oct 2022 09:20:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.datacenterdynamics.com/en/news/cisco-rolls-out-data-center-in-india-for-webex-infrastructure/ Killexams : Cisco bets on Asean digitalisation as Western demand slows No result found, try new keyword!BANGKOK: US network equipment maker Cisco Systems is looking to use Southeast Asia’s digitalisation push to expand its foothold in the region as demand in the US and Europe cools. Southeast Asia is on ... Thu, 13 Oct 2022 17:51:00 -0500 en-US text/html https://www.freemalaysiatoday.com/category/business/2022/10/14/cisco-bets-on-asean-digitalisation-as-western-demand-slows/ Killexams : Cisco, DICT link up to build tech infrastructure
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October 14, 2022 | 12:00am

MANILA, Philippines — Multinational tech giant Cisco is tying up with the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) to build a harmonized, interoperable and integrated government ICT infrastructure.

The partnership will focus on enabling government agencies to implement hybrid work arrangements securely for their workers. Both sides would work to power DICT’s e-Government Masterplan under Cisco’s Country Digital Acceleration “collaboration pillar.”

Cisco will provide collaboration tools such as Webex boards, room kits and licenses as well as integrated security solutions to bolster DICT’s security posture.

ICT Secretary Ivan John Uy and Cisco ASEAN president Bee Kheng Tay signed the partnership Wednesday in ceremonies at the Edsa Shangri-La Hotel Manila.

Also signing the agreement were Cisco Philippines managing director Zaza Soriano-Nicart and ICT Undersecretary Paul Joseph Mercado.

“We are confident of this partnership. The initiative is set to enhance the government’s ability to collaborate more effectively and will greatly boost the government’s drive toward digital transformation,” Uy said.

The initiative is expected to Strengthen the efficiency and effectiveness of public service, enhance inter-agency collaboration through digitization and empower public servants to concentrate on their mandates by reducing stress levels on traffic congestion and complex platforms.

“We are delighted to further our long-standing relationship with DICT by providing them with the means to collaborate without compromising on security. We look forward to leveraging our rich ecosystem and expertise in working with government agencies globally to help build a future-ready ecosystem in the Philippines through the deployment of innovative technology and solutions, starting with our secure collaboration portfolio to power hybrid work,” Nicart said in her presentation for Country Digital Acceleration.

The partnership is set to secure a safe and comfortable experience for hybrid and remote work in the Philippines after Cisco studies reported that the majority of Filipino employees preferred hybrid work and have simultaneously learned more in this arrangement.

The studies have also shown that Filipino employees saved more earnings, fostered better work relationships with colleagues, and increased productivity through hybrid and remote work.

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Killexams : Cisco India invests in Webex infrastructure, lowering cost by 50%

Cisco announced dedicated Webex infrastructure that will enable the networking major to offer India-specific pricing for customers, lowering the cost by over 50 percent.
Cisco Webex TeamsCisco has invested in a dedicated India Webex infrastructure and regulatory licenses to accelerate Webex adoption across the country. The India Webex infrastructure includes a dedicated data center and is backed by Cisco Secure products and solutions to ensure best-in-class data privacy and security.

Dedicated Webex infrastructure will lower operating costs, increase technical efficiencies, and enable Cisco to provide India-specific pricing for customers. The data center will allow Cisco to partner with more start-ups, customers, partners, and service providers in India and bring new innovations to market faster.

According to the Cisco Hybrid Work Study 2022, almost 3 in 4 Indian employees favor a hybrid working environment in the future. Cisco has seen a rise in preference for hybrid work across sectors, with Webex in India consistently recording the second-highest usage after the U.S. since March 2020.

Dave West, President, Cisco APJC: “Webex is one of the few platforms with the global scale, and the new data center is the latest in a series of investments Cisco has made to support the accelerating shift to hybrid work in India.”

Daisy Chittilapilly, President, Cisco India & SAARC: “With this investment we are looking to capture a growing market that is expected to reach over $250 million in India by 2025. With dedicated India Webex infrastructure, we can now offer enhanced performance at a much lower cost to our customers.”

Sandeep Mehra, Managing Director, Collaboration, APJC: “Webex by Cisco already has a widespread global data center footprint in the industry, which complies with a range of certifications and country-specific regulations.”

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Killexams : UAE Ministry of AI partners with Cisco for digital acceleration program No result found, try new keyword!The program aims to advance the national digital infrastructure to support foundational services needed for the UAE to accelerate its digital transformation, such as smart cities and cybersecurity ... Sun, 09 Oct 2022 23:23:00 -0500 text/html https://www.itp.net/emergent-tech/uae-ministry-of-ai-partners-with-cisco-for-digital-acceleration-program Killexams : Cisco sets out strategies to drive Thai digitalisation

US tech giant Cisco Systems has vowed to focus on user-centric applications, digital infrastructure transformation, enterprise cybersecurity and hybrid work support as strategies to drive growth of business customers and support Thailand's digital transformation.

"Thailand is on the right trajectory to become a digital economy heavyweight in the region. As it continues to chart its next phase of growth, businesses need to transform themselves to stay relevant in the burgeoning digital economy," said Taveewat Chantaraseno, managing director for Cisco Thailand and Myanmar.

Mr Taveewat said he was aware of economic headwinds that might hamper enterprises' investment in technology. The company has a financing arm -- Cisco Capital -- that can assist customers in such an investment, he noted.

"In the past two years, the number of customers participating in the firm's financing programme has surged 30-50%," Mr Taveewat said.

He said hybrid work, Industry 4.0 and hybrid cloud are the prevailing digital trends that could shape businesses.

According to Mr Taveewat, digital transformation can help enhance Thailand's competitiveness, unlocking 2.5 trillion baht in economic value a year by 2030.

Cisco set out four strategic targets for the Thai market in fiscal 2023.

The first lies in efforts to make applications that cater for good customer experiences, Mr Taveewat said.

Cisco's full-stack observability innovation serves as a tool that can show the whole functioning process of the apps, deliver in-depth information and recommend actions to optimise all end-user experiences.

The second involves digital infrastructure transformation. He said there are 20 billion connected devices worldwide now and the number is expected to surge to 29 billion by 2023.

"Organisations need to transform their infrastructure with the network at its core to create and deploy their policies in an automated way to deliver a seamless experience," said Mr Taveewat.

Cisco's Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) architecture combines networking and security functions in the cloud to connect users to apps and data in any environment and from anywhere and control access by enforcing a consistent set of security enterprise policies.

The third involves efforts to ensure enterprise security, including through applications and hardware.

Last year, 65% of small and medium-sized enterprises suffered cyber-incidents, Mr Taveewat said.

The fourth is to support hybrid work by providing a platform that can help enterprises enhance visibility, secure collaboration and secure access to support all types of interactions in the hybrid world, he said.

The firm's study shows hybrid work makes 85% of Thai employees happier.

"Cisco is a platform company where it has an end-to-end support from hardware and software to services. Globally, from 2015 to 2021, its subscription software revenue grew 23%," Mr Taveewat said.

"We see refreshment of technology back in hospitality, education and manufacturing in the post-pandemic period," he said.

Cisco is committed to moving ahead with its Country Digital Acceleration (CDA) programme, in which the company works with governments globally to unlock digital power.

In Thailand, the CDA scheme began in November last year with projects including supporting smart factories through 5G power and creating healthcare connection between 10 hospitals.

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Killexams : Cisco invests in dedicated India Webex infrastructure

Networking technology provider, Cisco, has invested in a dedicated India Webex infrastructure and necessary regulatory licenses to accelerate Webex adoption across the country.

The India Webex infrastructure includes a dedicated data centre and is backed by Cisco Secure products and solutions to ensure best-in-class data privacy and security.

Best-in-class infrastructure

The data centre will offer a host of services to customers and allow Cisco to sustain continued growth, facilitate user experience, and deliver industry-leading security and management across the Webex Suite. 

In addition, local dedicated Webex infrastructure will lower operating costs, increase technical efficiencies, and enable Cisco to provide India-specific pricing for customers. Furthermore, the data centre will allow Cisco to partner with more start-ups, customers, partners, and service providers in India and bring new innovations to market faster, said the company. 

Changing workspaces

Dave West, President, Cisco APJC said, “Our goal is to create a more inclusive work experience for the three-fold growth expected in the number of digital workers in India by 2030. With hundreds of millions of monthly participants, Webex is one of the few platforms with the global scale to drive this transformation, and the new data centre is the latest in a series of investments Cisco has made to support the accelerating shift to hybrid work in India.”

Cisco says that the development comes in response to the massive and permanent shift towards hybrid work models. Cisco has seen a subsequent rise in preference for hybrid work across sectors, with Webex in India consistently recording the second-highest usage after the U.S. since March 2020, it said. 

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Killexams : SEHA and Cisco collaborate to provide world-class teleconsultation services to the UAE’s residents

Abu Dhabi, UAE: During GITEX Global 2022, Abu Dhabi Health Services Company (SEHA) and Cisco have announced the successful completion of their pilot project to provide teleconsultation solutions and digitized healthcare services. The pilot aims to Strengthen access to healthcare for patients and enable quicker and easier consultation for clinicians.

SEHA is the largest healthcare organization in the UAE with an extensive network of eleven healthcare facilities located in the Abu Dhabi region and more than sixty clinics nationwide. Annually, SEHA serves more than five million patients and visitors across the country.

As part of Cisco’s Country Digital Acceleration (CDA) program, the pilot was designed and implemented with the objective to create a virtual network of SEHA specialists irrespective of which SEHA Healthcare Facility (HCF) location they are based in. Patients and clinicians in remote areas can access virtual consultation sessions to enable quicker and easier consultation and diagnosis without the need to physically visit the specialist.

This pilot enabled SEHA’s vision to Strengthen the experience for patients and clinicians alike by decreasing waiting times and minimizing travel – especially for patients in rural areas.

The project utilises advanced networking, security and collaboration technologies, and capabilities like autonomous robotics, digital medical carts, and wearables, to scale medical coverage and reduce physical contact.

At the heart of the solution, is the highly secure Cisco network that SEHA deployed and that is connecting all SEHA sites. Powered by Cisco’s collaboration technologies, patients and SEHA clinicians use the collaboration solution, Cisco Webex, to virtually connect and communicate. specialists are enabled to review live patient vitals with the help of biomedical devices and peripherals, similar to onsite consultation, and deliver instant medical expertise and quality patient care irrespective of geographic distance.

The pilot also helped enable SEHA to test several medical use cases, including remote ward rounds, remote patient discharge, tele-stroke diagnostics, providing remote specialist for emergency departments, and more. 

Saeed Jaber Al Kuwaiti, Group Chief Executive Officer, SEHA, said: “Embracing innovation and adoption of new technologies have been the cornerstone of SEHA’s commitment to elevating delivery of superior healthcare, with patients at the heart of everything we do. At SEHA, strategic partnerships and decisions are being made in line with the most latest technological advances, especially to Strengthen patient access. Our collaboration with Cisco helps us to deliver enhanced results through scaled specialist resources, safer and more convenient modes of communication, and faster, multi-disciplinary treatment for our patients.

This collaboration is a significant addition to our previous and continued efforts to enhance access to healthcare, such as setting up teleconsultation services for mental health that resulted in over 200 patients in the Al Dhafra Region alone receiving virtual therapy. SEHA will continue to be a strong advocate for enhancing patient access and improving health equity across the UAE.”

Abdelilah Nejjari, Managing Director of Cisco for the Gulf region, said: “Digitization is shaping the future of healthcare, and according to a study from the Boston Consulting Group, 41% of residents in the UAE turned to telemedicine solutions in 2021. As the UAE continues to pioneer healthcare excellence, underpinned by investments in technology, this is an exciting project that demonstrates Cisco’s commitment to the country’s digital transformation and innovation agenda.”

Cisco's CDA program is a strategic partnership with governments worldwide to accelerate their national digitalization agendas and create new value for the country, its businesses, and citizens. The program taps into the power of private and public partnerships across a variety of sectors, including national infrastructure, education, and smart businesses and communities, to bring digital solutions to national challenges. Digitalization initiatives that are rolled out are made into replicable solutions to cross-pollinate and contribute to Cisco's wider CDA ecosystem which is currently present across 44 countries globally.

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About SEHA:

The Abu Dhabi Health Services Company PJSC–SEHA – is an independent, public joint stock company created to develop the curative activities of the public healthcare system in Abu Dhabi. The company owns and operates all the public hospitals and clinics of the Emirate of Abu Dhabi.

SEHA is part of ADQ, one of the region’s largest holding companies with a broad portfolio of major enterprises spanning key sectors of Abu Dhabi’s diversified economy.

SEHA is committed to continuous improvement of customer care to recognized international standards and providing the community with world-class healthcare. SEHA operates 14 hospitals with over 3,385 beds, 70 ambulatory care, family care and urgent care centers and 3 blood banks. Its facilities accommodate 117,162 inpatients annually and conduct 43,262 surgeries, as well as treating more than five million outpatients.

SEHA is one of the largest integrated healthcare providers in the Middle East with more than 14,000 doctors, nurses, ancillary care, and administrative personnel. Learn more at www.seha.ae

About Cisco

Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) is the worldwide leader in technology that powers the Internet. Cisco inspires new possibilities by reimagining your applications, securing your data, transforming your infrastructure, and empowering your teams for a global and inclusive future. Discover more on The Newsroom and follow us on Twitter at @Cisco.

Cisco and the Cisco logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco and/or its affiliates in the U.S. and other countries. A listing of Cisco's trademarks can be found at www.cisco.com/go/trademarks. Third-party trademarks mentioned are the property of their respective owners. The use of the word partner does not imply a partnership relationship between Cisco and any other company.

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