As you’ve no doubt seen from our recent Connected Mobile Experiences (CMX) Momentum announcement, the solution continues to evolve in exciting new ways. As new customers see the potential and expand the number and types of use cases, we want to continue to grow the solution and deliver the most compelling location-based services available.
The one constant through all this continual change is how seeing is believing.
I know the line is overused and typically associated with something someone is trying to make seem just this side of magic. That’s not my intent. CMX isn’t magic. It’s just an intelligent and innovate application of the technology that most businesses do or should have in place. That said, the best way to understand and believe in the potential of CMX is to see it in use.
If you ever get a chance to visit a CMX deployment, including a Cisco Customer Experience Center, CMX Demo Lab, and, coming soon, a CMX On-the-Go Demo, by all means take the time. You will not be disappointed. Read More »
Tags: Cisco CMX Location Services, Cisco Customer Experience Center, cmx, CMX Demo Lab, CMX Deployment, CMX On-the-Go Demo, connected mobile experiences, mobility, TechWiseTV
I’ve always enjoyed my work in coding. Sure, some days it can be monotonous, frustrating, and terrible on my back and eyes, but more often than not I find myself elated to be able to intricately manipulate letters, numbers, symbols, and lines to form a beautiful new creation. Being able to see that same elation within the eyes of so many young and eager minds this past weekend, reminded me (once again) of what incredible opportunities we have to further technology and better our world.
University of California, Santa Barbara’s first annual beachside hackathon was held from January 30 to February 1 and hosted over 500 participants. The students came from all over California to both show and tell Read More »
Tags: Cisco CMX, Cisco CMX in Action, Cisco Connected Mobile Experience, mobility, Santa Barbara Hackathon, Student Innovation, UCSB Beachside Hackathon, wifi
Voice over Wi-Fi
With its native support in Apple’s iOS 8.0, Voice over Wi-Fi (aka Wi-Fi Calling) has suddenly gotten a lot of attention. With Voice over Wi-Fi, a mobile phone which used to be only limited to placing and receiving calls and texting when “cellular coverage” was present, can now use Wi-Fi to provide the same service!
Voice over Wi-Fi Benefits Everybody
Mobile Network Operator (MNO) can not only “offload” their data traffic to Wi-Fi networks but now can do the same with the voice traffic. Voice over WI-Fi allows them to also extend their services further and at much lower cost than Read More »
Tags: Cisco Leader in Wi-Fi, Cisco Voice over Wi-Fi, Cisco Voice over Wi-Fi New Features, MNO, VoWifi, wifi
Have you ever been slaving away at work all day, yet somebody asks, “Where have you been, I have been looking for you all day and by the way, have you seen James?” Well, CMX (Connected Mobile Experience) along with a cool mobile app can tackle those questions and more.
To start, Cisco Connected Mobile Experiences is a solution that lets organizations leverage their existing Wi-Fi infrastructure for business analytics, and transform the way they connect with their mobile end-users. With CMX, we provide the engine for developers to build apps with the Mobility Services APIs that can show where I have been on the floor and a user locator to find out where James has been.
So, what can you do with the CMX Mobility Services APIs? Read More »
Tags: #DevNet, cmx, cmx analytics, connected mobile experiences, internet of things, IoT, IoTWF, mobility, wi-fi
Google Chromecast is a small streaming device that plugs into a HDMI port on any TV and allows any smartphone, tablet o PC to project “cast” information to the TV. A recent previous deployment guide helped you understand how to use this in a typical multi-vlan campus environment via the use of vlan select and AAA override.
The Google Q4 CY14 earnings report stated that Chromecast was the #1 best selling streaming device with over Read More »
Tags: Aire0s, chromecast, deployment guide, mobility