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Welcome to Cisco at The UTC Open Evening:

Welcome to Cisco at The UTC Open Evening

Watch carefully and see the UTC Prospectus to win a prize* Ask for an entry form:

Watch carefully and see the UTC Prospectus to win a prize* Ask for an entry form * While stocks last

Who are Cisco ?:

Who are Cisco ? Founded in 1984 by two students at Stanford University They wanted to communicate with each other between departments and ended up inventing the multi-protocol router From there we have grown along with the Internet, and have expanded into everything to do with networking: data, voice, video, storage, collaboration tools … etc Today Cisco is a $46bn company

Who are Cisco ?:

Who are Cisco ? Cisco are now a leading provider of technology solutions with operations in over 150 countries world-wide and over 70,000 employees Cisco mainly provide solutions to other businesses and do not have many “consumer” products so you may not have heard of us before! But I bet some of your family members use our technology at work everyday..... Our phones and networking technology are used by many companies large and small.

Cisco and UTC Reading:

Cisco and UTC Reading UTC Reading will become a Cisco Networking Academy By so doing it will become a member of a community of 10,000 academies worldwide The extensive Academy Curriculum has a track record for delivering core competence IT and Networking skills leading to Industry recognised professional qualifications The ethos of learning by doing is at the core of the academy and the UTC Co-located in Reading at Green Park is Cisco’s premier services and engineering centre UTC Reading will offer a truly unique curriculum delivering ‘business ready’ employees to industry

How has Technology and the Internet Transformed our lives ? The following Video was made in 2010 so references to current usage are 2 years ago:

How has Technology and the Internet Transformed our lives ? The following Video was made in 2010 so references to current usage are 2 years ago

By 2015 Global IP networks will deliver 7.3 Petabytes every 5 minutes The data equivalent to all movies ever made:

By 2015 Global IP networks will deliver 7.3 Petabytes every 5 minutes The data equivalent to all movies ever made http://www.cisco.com/go/vni

By 2015 There will be twice as many devices connected to the internet than the global population :

By 2015 There will be twice as many devices connected to the internet than the global population http://www.cisco.com/go/vni

By 2015 Annual Global IP traffic will reach 966 exabytes (nearly 1 zettabyte):

By 2015 Annual Global IP traffic will reach 966 exabytes (nearly 1 z ettabyte ) http://www.cisco.com/go/vni

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Amount of all digitally stored information in 2010 Capacity of Human Brain Functional Memory Annual Global IP Traffic in 2015

By 2015 1 Million minutes of video will cross the network every second It would take one person 5 years to watch:

By 2015 1 Million minutes of video will cross the network every second It would take one person 5 years to watch http://www.cisco.com/go/vni

A survey conducted in Germany asked 14-29 year olds What they could not imagine a life without This is what they said:

A survey conducted in Germany asked 14-29 year olds What they could not imagine a life without This is what they said

‘I Cannot Imagine a Life Without…’:

‘I Cannot I magine a Life W ithout …’ Source: BITKOM - B undesverband Informationswirtschaft, Telekommunikation und neue Medien e.V. 2010 My Mobile Phone 97% The Internet 84% A Car 64% 14 - 29 year old population My Mobile Phone 97% The Internet 84% My Current Partner 43%

43% of the unemployed and 71% of those who are economically inactive do not have computer skills”:

43% of the unemployed and 71% of those who are economically inactive do not have computer skills” Eurostat 2009

There is good econometric evidence that the demand for graduate engineers exceeds supply and the demand is pervasive across all sectors of the economy. The implication of this is that the economy needs more graduate engineers for both engineering and non- engineering jobs. :

Royal Academy of Engineering : Jobs and growth: the importance of engineering skills to the economy : September 2012 There is good econometric evidence that the demand for graduate engineers exceeds supply and the demand is pervasive across all sectors of the economy. The implication of this is that the economy needs more graduate engineers for both engineering and non- engineering jobs. http:// www.raeng.org.uk /news/publications/list/reports/ Jobs_and_Growth.pdf

The share of vocational education and training (VET) in the UK as a proportion of total upper secondary education is smaller (42%) than all the other industrial countries in Europe (Germany – 60%, France – 43%, Czech Republic – 79%) apart from Greece (34%), Italy (25%) and Ireland (3%) :

The share of vocational education and training (VET) in the UK as a proportion of total upper secondary education is smaller (42%) than all the other industrial countries in Europe (Germany – 60%, France – 43%, Czech Republic – 79%) apart from Greece (34%), Italy (25%) and Ireland (3%) Royal Academy of Engineering : Jobs and growth: the importance of engineering skills to the economy : September 2012 http:// www.raeng.org.uk /news/publications/list/reports/ Jobs_and_Growth.pdf

Engineering Graduates / Year:

Engineering Graduates / Year 2010-2011 - http:// www.raeng.org.uk /news/publications/list/reports/ Jobs_and_Growth.pdf

The requirement for more than 100,000 STEM graduates (in the UK) per annum for the period 2012-2020 will not be met by newly graduating STEM higher education students. ... An uplift of at least 50% in the number of STEM graduates would be needed in general terms :

The requirement for more than 100,000 STEM graduates (in the UK) per annum for the period 2012-2020 will not be met by newly graduating STEM higher education students. ... An uplift of at least 50% in the number of STEM graduates would be needed in general terms Royal Academy of Engineering : Jobs and growth: the importance of engineering skills to the economy : September 2012 http:// www.raeng.org.uk /news/publications/list/reports/ Jobs_and_Growth.pdf

Cisco Networking Academy Overview:

Large and Global Diverse Students and Communities Students: Diverse Age, Gender, and Challenging Circumstances Communities: Mature and Developing Countries 165+ Countries 1,000,000 + Students/Year 3 Million+ Students since inception Cisco Networking Academy Overview Diverse Educational Institutions Entry Level Networking Skills Education Focus: Individuals and Underserved Communities Universities, Community Colleges, Vocational Schools, Secondary Schools, Non-profit Organizations, Second Chance

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