Today we announced a new set of products related to 802.11ac and released the highly anticipated 802.11ac radio adaptive module for the 3600 access point. Cisco wants to help you stay ahead of the technology curve by providing innovative products and solutions that can arm you against the challenges of megatrends like BYOD.
In the first session of the Activate the IT Transformation with Cisco Unified Access series we examined the overall value of Cisco’s unified access approach with One Policy, One Management and One Network. The second session brought a deep dive understanding of how simplifying the network infrastructure can improve operational efficiency while at the same time increasing performance.
We’re continuing our Unified Access webinar series to discuss how our latest products can help you simplify your network infrastructure and better understand 802.11ac. This exciting, tech-packed webinar is tomorrow May 1st 2013 at 10am PST. Read More »
We’ve been really busy but also very thrilled about the work we’re doing to future-proofing the network, and it seems we’re not alone. One of our latest innovations, adaptive radio modules for the AP3600, has been selected by UBM as a Best of Interop finalist for the Wireless award category!
It’s an honor to be recognized for our innovation and technological advancements in wireless, and we wanted to share a bit more about our submission with you.
What are the Adaptive Radio Modules?
The Adaptive Radio Modules a family of solutions in a modular form factor that allows customers to adapt their wireless network to their current and future needs. The Adaptive Radio Modules provide a dedicated third radio that can be field upgraded on the 3600 Access Point.
Welcome back to Engineers Unplugged. Today, we talk Big Data with Matthew Brender (@mjbrender EMC) and Hans De Leenheer (@hansdeleenheer Veeam). It’s not just a lot of data, it’s what you can do with it. For real world examples, and thoughts on where this is all going, listen in:
Matthew Brender (EMC) and Hans De Leenheer (Veeam) Talk Big Data with a Rhinocorn.
But wait, there’s more! We’ve got a second awesome episode this week. Do you live out in the middle of nowhere? Connectivity a problem? No more network blues, just build your own. This is geek ingenuity at its best, courtesy of Andy Sholomon (@asholomon Cisco) and Andy Banta (@andybanta), watch and see:
Welcome to the Cisco Sizzle! Each month, we’re rounding up the best of the best from across our social media channels for your reading pleasure. From the most read blog posts to the top engaging content on Facebook or LinkedIn, catch up on things you might have missed, or on the articles you just want to see again, all in one place.
Let’s take a look back at the top content from March…
Tomorrow Starts Here
Explore how the Internet of Everything will change the way we work, live, play and learn.
Connected World Technology Report
Calling all IT professionals! Over two thirds of the IT managers agree that Big Data will be a strategic priority for their companies in 2013 and over the next five years as well. Do you agree? Is Big Data a strategic priority for your company?
Cisco on Fortune’s Most Admired
Once again, Cisco is honored to be on Fortune Magazine’s “World’s Most Admired Companies” List. Fortune tells us that the Most Admired list is the “definitive report card on corporate reputations.” Congratulations to our employees, and thanks to Fortune for the honor!
Understanding the Different Types of Wireless Routers
If your small business has grown and your workforce has become more mobile, you may be considering adding wireless to your network. Cisco explains the basics so you can identify which wireless router best fits your needs.
If you telecommuted for a week, how much time do you think you would save?
Don’t worry network managers; we’ve got you covered. Find out about Cisco’s solutions to Network Madness.
It was not that long ago that whenever I read an article about IPv6, it usually discussed how the IPv4 Address depletion in other countries. At that time, the adoption of IPv6 was coming from other countries that where the v4 address space was depleted, the US Government, or Service Provider. Well fast forward only a few years and you can include Enterprise Networks in that mix.
Driving this IPv6 train for enterprise networks is wireless technology and the enabling by-product, BYOD. Wireless technology, in particular, Wi-Fi has grown from a toy to a requirement in most businesses today. We have moved from 802.11b which gave you a max datarate of a paltry 11Mbps to 802.11n to a max datarate of 450Mbps if you currently deploy the Aironet 3600 Access Point that supports 4x4 MIMO; if not, it’s a max datarate of 300Mbps. Never mind the fact that we will soon see the Wave 1 version of 802.11ac will have a datarate of 1.3Gbps and Oh BTW, Wave 2 promises a scorching datarate of 6.9Gbps!