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Video: Cisco Expects 12 Billion Connected Devices by 2014

[Editor's note: This article and interview originally appeared on Beet.TV.]

LAS VEGAS—Cisco Systems expects that there will be 12 billion devices connected to the Internet by 2014 and plans to deliver video to many of these devices through Cisco Videoscape, says Murali Nemani, Director of Video Solutions in this interview with Beet.TV

We caught up with him at CES on Wednesday afternoon when Videoscape was announced.

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