Wi-Fi is a convenience many expect to encounter whether they are at work, at home, or even out and about, say, shopping. Connecting to the internet from anywhere, at any time, is the norm these days, and for good reason. Smart devices are becoming more and more popular, and people are bringing these devices with them everywhere. So, how can the business world benefit from this? First, give the people what they want. Offer a robust wireless network so your customers are able to connect seamlessly. When you provide this, you are able, in turn, to engage with them. Read More »
We’ve posted two new videos of the mobility solutions that we showcased in the Cisco booth at NRF 2013.
- Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences -- Deliver personalized, highly targeted mobile services to consumers to optimize the customer experience and enhance store profits
- Cisco BYOD Smart Solution -- Support trouble-free network access for all users, on any Wi-Fi-enabled device
Click on the video images below to watch these two mobility solutions demonstrations.
More videos of our NRF 2013 demonstrations, Big Ideas Sessions, and press event are available at www.cisco.com/go/nrf.
We just launched the Cisco at NRF 2013 website.
Cisco will be at the National Retail Federation (NRF) Convention and Expo 2013 in New York City from January 14-15, 2013.
I’d like to invite you to come visit the Cisco booth #252 to see live demonstrations of Cisco’s new innovative solutions for retail including:
Growth in mobile network traffic is staggering: Driven by the onslaught of devices that are now connected to the Internet, mobile data traffic is expected to grow three times faster than fixed IP traffic, exceeding 6 exabytes per month by 2015, according to the Cisco Visual Networking Index. This presents service providers (SPs) with a tremendous opportunity to invest in Wi-Fi services to create carrier-class Wi-Fi experience and increase revenues.
While specialized providers have operated commercial Wi-Fi hotspots for nearly two decades, most SPs see Wi-Fi as a fairly new business. To understand the implications of Wi-Fi on SP operations, Cisco® IBSG interviewed a number of SP executives. Following are some of the key insights, which are further discussed in “Wi-Fi for Service Providers: Challenges and Opportunities for Carrier-Class Operations”:
- Basic Wi-Fi service coverage expansion is still the main driver—Even among established Wi-Fi SPs with a large number of hotspots, the average yearly increase in access points is 14 percent.
- Value-added Wi-Fi services Read More »