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#interop Clean Air, Microwaves and Borderless Networks

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From the 'Strange Things Seen in a Keynote' files:

LAS VEGAS -- I've seen some strange things used in demos for presentation. Today at Interop I saw another strange thing - a microwave.

It was brought on stage by Cisco as part of their keynote demonstration for their new Clean Air wireless technology. The idea is that microwaves and other devices like wireless phones and bluetooth devices can interfere with WiFi spectrum.
Chris Kozup (pic above) was Cisco's demo person and he responded to some dry humor from Brett D. Galloway senior vice president, Wireless, Security, and Routing Technology Group
Cisco who was the main Keynoter. Galloway was delivering Cisco's message about Borderless Networks.

Galloway asked Kozup about whether they could make popcorn on stage.

And yes I laughed.

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