The Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) program promotes the practical use of these core subject skills across the UK, helping students to use what they have learned in a series of challenges and take their first steps to a fulfilling career.
The Cisco Networking Academy is a global program of over one million students that aims to upskill local workers to become networking professionals. By introducing 30 new Networking Academy programs into schools and colleges in the Host Boroughs, Cisco will educate a further 34,000 students each year.
The BIG (British Innovation Gateway) Initiative enables future generations to make use of the technology Cisco is contributing to the games. In doing so, Cisco will create two networked innovation centres that will showcase technology and transform local businesses and communities.
The CiscoCloud is an interactive experience for all Olympic Park visitors to create their personal memory of London 2012 and share with their friends at home. It uses state-of-the-art technology to map out visitors’ faces with sporting images sourced live from the Internet – their “GamesFace.”
All GamesFaces will be stored in one of Cisco’s green data centres awaiting Rio 2016, where they will be handed over as part of Cisco’s legacy, for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to remain sustainable.
Create Your GamesFace: If you want to add your GamesFace to the CiscoCloud, you can do it right now by visiting www.ciscocloud2012.co.uk