John Chambers, our CEO - building out communications network.
Andrew: Tie back to specifically what you are doing.
Marie: We are building the highway for the information exchange.
Andrew: Plug legacy transformers into system ...
Marie: Let's talk about existing deployment.
Create interface. Do translation from SCADA to IP.
Once it is on IP, can funnel it.
Sanket: 3 simple things:
Thought leadership - explaining the vision. Doing a lot with utilities
What are the business solutions.
What are infrastructure requirements.
What are specific technologies and how they come together.
Marie: Also a lobbying effort. Never underestimate.
Problem for you to move into that space - nobody cares about infrastructure.
Marie: Guten tag. You are absolutely right. Evolution for CISCO.
Really wish our CEO would never have talked about it as plumbing. It is really complex.
But, you're right, it does mean better interfaces.
Not just the Google application.
Notice how many video cameras capturing you.
Never realized how many video cams out there until I took on security.
Jose: We are recording you.
Marie: I'm just a hologram actually. Our latest technology.
Eric: You don't know, but we are you.
Marie: I think that is the challenge and opportunity. Information in so many silos.
We are connecting all that. We have access and knowledge of what is going on with all the pieces.
How do companies approach video?
Microsoft -encrypt at application level.
But, if you believe some is coming out - not clear priority.
Another example. Virtual desktops.
Part of the challenge becomes - they create a tunnel that goes to this device. Great if just data.
Real time video? That's when things break down.
Any real experience without considering the network is when things break down.
Sasha: Smart Grid- fight. Bum fight. Everyone is fighting for a seat at the table.
Whole point is that unlike the internet genesis, things under the radar - something could