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June 25, 2009 08:00 ET

Cisco Releases New 'Digital Cribs' Video Webisodes to Showcase Consumers Living the Connected Life

SAN JOSE, CA--(Marketwire - June 25, 2009) - Today Cisco (NASDAQ: CSCO) released three new webisodes of its successful video series "Digital Cribs," which showcases how tech-savvy trend-setters are using consumer technology and their home networks to live a connected life. The new webisodes feature electronic dance music DJ Paul van Dyk, TreeHugger.com founder Graham Hill, and Lastminute.com co-founder Martha Lane Fox. Visit www.DigitalCribs.com to view the latest webisodes.

Highlights/Key Facts:                                                        

  • Today Cisco announced a second set of videos from the Web series "Digital Cribs," which takes viewers inside the homes of unique individuals passionate about music, the environment and the power of the Internet to demystify the home network and inspire conversations about how consumer technology contributes to a connected life.
  • The three new webisodes offer an inside look at the homes of electronic dance music DJ Paul van Dyk, TreeHugger.com founder Graham Hill, and Lastminute.com co-founder Martha Lane Fox.
  • The three-minute "Digital Cribs" webisodes explore the connected life and media-enabled homes of the hosts and how their home networks enable more visual, social and personal experiences in their day-to-day lives.
  • The "Digital Cribs" Web site also includes videos from the homes of NBA basketball star Shane Battier of the Houston Rockets, video blogger Meghan Asha, and video artist Lincoln Schatz.
  • Digital Cribs videos from the Filmaka, Digital Cribs: Heaven or Hell, and the NYU and USC film school video competitions are also available on the Cisco consumer Web site.
  • Visit www.DigitalCribs.com to check out the latest webisodes.

Supporting Quote:

  • Ken Wirt, vice president, Consumer Marketing
    "Cisco Digital Cribs videos continue to provide compelling and unique examples of how consumers are using their home networks to enable a connected life," said Ken Wirt, Cisco's vice president of consumer marketing. "The network is the platform for a new age of compelling, connected consumer experiences, and the Digital Cribs videos show what that really means."

Video:

Digital Cribs: Paul Van Dyk
http://www.youtube.com/v/0j0JS07myTw&hl=en&fs=1

Digital Cribs: Graham Hill
http://www.youtube.com/v/35UnXnptCwM&hl=en&fs=1

Digital Cribs: Martha Lane Fox
http://www.youtube.com/v/lvPkYXKSoC8&hl=en&fs=1

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Cisco, Cisco Consumer, "Digital Cribs," connected life, video, human network, consumer technology, Shane Battier, Martha Lane Fox, Paul van Dyk, Graham Hill, digital life, visual networking, webisodes, video sharing, video

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