By David Alsobrook, Director, Strategy & Product Management, Cisco’s Connected Devices BU
If there’s one thing that is absolutely unmistakable, going into this week’s IBC conference in Amsterdam, it’s the proliferation of Wi-Fi – a technology that’s also a service, and the industry’s ticket to providing wireless broadband connectivity that simultaneously rivals mobile, and tightens consumer loyalty.
Note: I’m not the cheerleader type, and as such don’t use the word “bonanza” loosely. By definition it is “a situation or event that creates a sudden increase in wealth, good fortune, or profits.” That fits. Let’s go literal about the increase in wealth, good fortune, or profits. Here’s an impressive supporting number for you: As of this moment, we’ve shipped Read More »
Tags: 4k, AT&T, Cisco, cloud, connected devices, Connected Home, ibc 2014, ISB7105, scte, service providers, set-tops, telefonica, TELUS, ultrahd, videoscape, wi-fi
In June, I described how Cisco was closing the small cell loop with the rapid integration of both the Ubiquisys and Intucell teams into the Cisco family.
Today I’m pleased to make three announcements that demonstrate the concrete results of all these bright minds coming together:
- Cisco has added LTE capability to our Universal Small Cell portfolio. This includes an industry first – a multimode small cell that provides 3G, 4G and carrier-grade Wi-Fi in a single access point – the USC 7734. This is in direct response to requests we’re getting from both our Service Provider and Enterprise customers to integrate robust and secure Wi-Fi with 3G and 4G licensed small cell technology to accommodate connectivity and coverage to a wide family of mobile devices.
- And another industry first – Read More »
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