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Mobility Events Season is Upon Us

As retailers will have us believe, we’ve already kickstarted the holiday season, but with Cisco participating in three mobility events in the span of 5 days, it also feels like mobility season here.

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Hutchinson USD Adopts Converged Access to Drive Network Performance

The Hutchinson Public Schools, located in Hutchinson, Kansas include 11 Elementary, Middle and High schools. The Hutchinson Public Schools adopted Converged Access for their wired and wireless solution, increasing the performance of their network for their staff, teachers and students.

Each of Hutchinson’s Public schools utilize the network and technology as part of the learning experience.  When it came time to upgrade their infrastructure, the Hutchinson School District chose Converged Access comprising Catalyst 3850 and 3650, Cisco 5760 Wireless LAN Controller and Cisco Wireless 3700 Access Points.  Catalyst 3850 switches are deployed in the High Schools, and Catalyst 3650 switches are deployed in the Middle and Elementary Schools. Read More »

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Converged Access Simplifies Wired-Wireless Management at Camden Schools

The Camden City School District in New Jersey is made up of 26 Schools with camden blogapproximately 29 buildings that cater to 12,000 students and 2500 employees. The School District decided to go with Converged Access to enable a single pane of glass for the wired and wireless network, and drive better network performance with 802.11ac.

The Converged Access deployment at the School District is based on Catalyst 3850 and drives 30 Access Points in each Elementary School and 60 Access Points in each High School. Each building has three Catalyst 3850 switches per IDF,  with one switch acting as a Mobility Controller, and others acting as Mobility Agents. They currently deploy Read More »

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Built for the Last Mile: The new 800M Series ISR

At CiscoLive Cancun we are introducing a new addition to the 800 ISR family, the new 800M Series. What does the “M” stand for? The “M” stands for modular, as this is the first 800 series platform with pluggable modules that give flexibility in the field.  Why do you need flexibility? The 800M is designed to operate in environments where 3G wireless is the primary mode of connectivity. For those of you with a cellphone, you are no doubt familiar with the large number of different service providers and 3G technologies. When designing the 800M we wanted to give our customers the ability to connect to any service provider in order to avoid lock-in, lower costs and improve redundancy. The modular platform enables customers to choose from serial and cellular connectivity without having to replace the chassis, which can be a challenge with fixed platforms. Read More »

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Connecting Business Locations with the new ISR 800M

Are you looking at more than just connectivity for your retail sites? As a financial or banking customer, do you need a smart and secure ATM solution? Is network bandwidth cost reduction top of the mind for your business? Are you a service provider looking at reducing your costs while improving your service offering? Is wireless the primary mode of connectivity for you but you don’t know which provider to go for? If you are any one of these, you don’t want to miss the new ISR 800M launch at Cisco Live Cancun.

Make sure you register for PSORST-2800 session for more details and see the product live at the Cisco Enterprise Solutions booth at the World of Solutions.