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Register Now for Simplify the Network Infrastructure, 10am PST on May 1  (CLICK TO REGISTER)

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

Register now to learn from Cisco experts how you can begin the transformation from having a wired network with an overlay wireless network to a more unified approach. This session will focus on the Cisco 5760 Wireless LAN Controller that is designed for 802.11ac performance. This newly released controller addresses the throughput demand of media-rich mobile applications and is ideal for mid-to-large campus networks. The 5760 can be deployed in centralized mode and then be transition to converged access mode to support unified access.

This session will also look at the increased value that the new 802.11ac standard that  is a faster and more scalable version of 802.11n. 802.11ac couples the freedom of wireless with the capabilities of Gigabit Ethernet.. This new standard will become mission-critical in helping your organization more effectively deal with the onslaught of new devices and, maybe more importantly, the increase of application traffic that will enter your wireless network.

Register now for the next session of this five-part series, and you will learn how to:

P.S. If you missed either of the previous sessions in this series, you can view them at your convenience, on demand. Visit our community.

 

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1 Comments.


  1. Rodrigo Monteiro

    This is great feature, much welcome. Looking for the webinars.

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