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[January 09, 2013]

City of Champions IT Innovators Gather to Address the Future of the Mobile Stadium

SALEM, N.H., Jan. 9, 2013 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ -- Enterasys Networks, a Siemens Enterprise Communications Company, is sponsoring the CIO Mobility Innovation Summit at Gillette Stadium, featuring a keynote address from Jonathan Kraft, president of the New England Patriots and co-chairman of the NFL's Digital Media Committee, on the business drivers for a mobile stadium. The session will be followed by an IT Innovators Panel with top technology leaders from the City of Champions, including the New England Patriots, Boston Celtics, Boston Bruins and Boston Red Sox discussing stadium-wide mobility and how it will forever augment in-stadium fan experiences. Follow the conversations on Twitter with the hashtag #CIOChamps.

WHAT: CIO Mobility Innovation Summit & City of Champions IT Innovators Panel WHEN: Tuesday,January 15, 2013 from 5:00-8:00 pm ET WHERE: Gillette Stadium, One Patriot Place, Foxboro, MA WHO: Keynote Address: Business Drivers for a Mobile Stadium Jonathan Kraft, President, The Kraft Group/New England Patriots and Co-Chairman of NFL's Digital Media Committee City of Champions IT Innovators Panel Moderated by John Gallant, Chief Content Officer, IDG Enterprise, @JohnGallant1 Participants: (EQNX::save_"-- ") Fred Kirsch, Vice President of Content, New England Patriots, @Fred_Kirsch (EQNX::save_"-- ") Jay Wessel, Vice President of Technology, Boston Celtics (EQNX::save_"-- ") Lorraine Spadaro, Vice President of Technology & eBusiness, Boston Bruins (EQNX::save_"-- ") Heidi Labritz, Director of Business Applications/IT, Boston Red Sox, @labritz (EQNX::save_"-- ") Michael Krigsman, CEO of Asuret, Inc., @mkrigsman (EQNX::save_"-- ") Craig Mathias, Principal Analyst, Farpoint Group Additional Resources -- Enterasys video case study on the New England Patriots -- Enterasys New England Patriots resources page -- Enterasys blog post: "The Top 5 Things I am Looking Forward to Hearing at our Upcoming CIO Summit" -- Enterasys Social Media Newsroom -- Connect with Enterasys via Twitter, Facebook, YouTube, LinkedIn and Google+ About Enterasys Networks and Siemens Enterprise Communications Siemens Enterprise Communications is a premier provider of end-to-end enterprise communications, including voice, network infrastructure and security solutions that use open, standards-based unified communications and business applications for a seamless collaboration experience. This award-winning "Open Communications" approach enables organizations to improve productivity and reduce costs through easy-to-deploy solutions that work within existing IT environments, delivering operational efficiencies. It is the foundation for the company's OpenPath® commitment that enables customers to mitigate risk and cost-effectively adopt unified communications. Jointly owned by The Gores Group and Siemens AG, Siemens Enterprise Communications includes Cycos and Enterasys Networks. For more information about Siemens Enterprise Communications or Enterasys please visit or

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