Written by Ian Mc Garry, CMX Software Engineer
The release of CMX 10.2 is coming soon and with introduces the improved Correlation Widget. Allowing you to view the relationship between areas, Correlation is a powerful tool. To help introduce you to the widget we’ve put together some simple but beneficial use cases outlining its utility and power.
Correlation Use Case – Identifying the Relationship Between Areas
Certain areas within a location, such as shops, should have a natural interaction or correlation with each other. This can be due to their related nature, ease of accessibility or even close proximity with one another. For example in a mall we may have a flower shop and a card shop. A strong correlation between these shops is expected due to the well-known fact that flowers and gift cards go hand-in-hand. Using the Correlation Widget we can quantify this relationship and prove or even disprove our theory.
We set up a simple correlation widget that looks at the data for shops last week. Setting our Card Shop as the focus allows us to then see the Correlation between it and the other shops in the building.
From this chart we can see Read More »
Tags: CMX 10.2, connected mobile experiences, correlation, mobility
We are excited to announce that Cisco will be participating in Wireless Field Day 8 this year! Cisco is bringing together independent bloggers, speakers, and podcasters to share best practices and opinions in a two-hour interactive discussion format. All presentations will be live streamed from the Tech Field Day website October 1, 2015 beginning at 9:30 am PT.
Cisco is focusing on operational simplicity, and will cover the following topics at #WFD8:
802.11ac Wave 2 and Mobility Express: We will be discussing how 802.11ac Wave 2 provides customers new capabilities found in the Cisco Aironet 1830 and 1850 Access Points such as Multi-User MIMO (MU-MIMO) and their advantages. We will also demonstrate how Mobility Express can be deployed in less than 10 minutes, ideal for smaller businesses who want an uncompromised enterprise-class solution without the big IT staff to manage it. Learn more about 802.11ac and Cisco Mobility Express. Read More »
Tags: 802.11ac wave 2, byod, cloud, CMX 10.2, connected mobile experience, meraki, mobility, wifi, wireless, wireless field day
A CMX Partner Ecosystem Blog
Ecosystem partners are an important adjunct to Cisco Connected Mobile Experience (CMX). They augment the analytic and customer engagement capabilities of the solution with innovative business outcomes. This blog is one in a series that will highlight several of our CMX Ecosystem Partners. Today—Intelligent InSites.
Intelligent InSites provides products and services that enhance the interoperability of healthcare IT systems, empowering staff with the right information at the right moment. By applying logic and location to clinical equipment, patients, and staff, the healthcare system can improve workflow and maximize patient satisfaction by optimizing equipment usage and staffing. Intelligent InSites drives value to healthcare systems by offering three primary products:
Locate: By providing real-time visibility into the current location of mobile medical equipment and staff, Locate enables caregivers to spend less time searching and more time delivering care.
Asset Optimization: By delivering insights into the utilization of assets, Asset Optimization enables healthcare organization to better use what they have and avoid unnecessary purchases or rentals.
Ambulatory: By providing an instant view of Read More »
Tags: analytics, cmx, connected mobile experiences, healthcare, intelligent insites, mobility, partners
It doesn’t matter whether you’re running the IT department for a small operation or a multi-national conglomerate; you’re going to share similar worries. Whether it’s securing your network or keeping it up-to-date, both large and small companies are feeling the effects of the growing need to support wireless devices and maybe more importantly the growing impact of their applications. The difference is, the bigger company usually has the money and the resources to address those issues while building for the future. The little company? Not so much.
As part of Cisco’s Mobility Express solution announcement on Tuesday, September 15, the Cisco Aironet 1830 Access Point (AP) was released. This access point joins the Cisco Aironet 1850 Series Access Point—released in June—in helping smaller and medium-sized business keep up with the big companies.
Cisco Aironet 1830 Series Access Point is the lowest cost enterprise-class access point on the market and is a terrific first step in preparing for the impact of new 802.11ac Wave 2 devices and the applications they serve. It’s inevitable that your customers will demand Read More »
Tags: 802.11ac, access point, Aironet 1830, Aironet 1850, mobility, wave 2
Guest Blog by Ian Ross, SP Business Development Manager
As businesses globally begin to recognize the potential of the Internet of Everything (IoE) in terms of how they structure, manage and improve their operations, it’s leading waves of network-led transformations. Whether in resources, energy, transport or utility verticals, the network is adopting an instrumental role in supporting the production systems that can improve productivity, safety, cost efficiency, visibility and control. With many of these environments being dynamic, distributed and highly mobile, the need for mission-critical, high-performance wireless networks has become obvious, and with it the demand for solutions that offer more throughput, better access and reduced complexity.
While a range of wireless technologies are available, LTE has been gradually seizing mindshare of OT network managers and strategists as a platform for the future. Enjoying global standardisation Read More »
Tags: Cisco, EPC, esp, Evolved Packet Core, evolved services platform, LTE, mobile backhaul, Mobile IP Core, mobility, MPC, packet core, PMB, Premium Mobile Broadband, Service Provider, Virtualized packet core, vPC