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6 more sessions I’d like to see at DESIGN West

3/19/2013 10:39 PM EDT
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Paynedwp
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Paynedwp   3/24/2013 5:45:05 PM
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I would like to see the PI session as well. Both for the development process and mostly the back story of what hoops had to be jumped through to get it off the ground and made.

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rick merritt   3/22/2013 10:38:16 PM
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Just a generic shot meant to illustrate the complexity of large scale networking. I did NOT sneak into Google's Dalles, Oregon data center to take this ;-)

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docdivakar   3/22/2013 7:50:52 PM
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Rick, this is a nice list to begin with... just curious, what is the graphic on Ethernet cables doing in your article? Structured cabling took care of that problem more than 15 years ago! MP Divakar

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