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Bill Rubino

Enterprise Solutions Marketing Manager

Enterprise Networks Marketing

Bill Rubino is a responsible for the marketing of Cisco’s Enterprise Mobility Solutions as well as other launch and thought leadership activities.

Bill has been working in the networking industry for over 20 years and has held a number of positions for a variety of networking companies.

Prior to Cisco, Bill was a Principal Analyst for The Connected Analysis Group and ACG Research where he focused on emerging wireless technologies. Prior to that, Bill worked at Motorola as a Senior Product Manager responsible for Motorola’s Outdoor Wireless Broadband Product Portfolio. Bill has also worked in a variety of positions at Nortel Networks, Sycamore Networks, Bay Networks, Wellfleet Communications, and Proteon.

Bill is also the co-author of two patents associated with switching and routing.

A lifelong Red Sox fan, Bill resides in Orlando, FL with his wife and young son.

Articles

WWDC Wireless Takeaway: 802.11ac on Apple Devices Coming Your Way Soon

At WWDC this week, Apple announced that their new Macbook and Macbook Air are 802.11ac enabled. As we predicted in our red-hot Client Adoption blog earlier this year, the...

Live: 802.11ac with No Strings Attached

Coming off a busy week at Interop Las Vegas, we have recorded another info-packed podcast with the popular wireless networking podcast group “No Strings Attached Show”. The topic...

Cisco will ride the 802.11ac Wave2

If you recall, back in the early days of 802.11n, the Wi-Fi Alliance (WFA) rolled out the 802.11n certification program in phases.  Here we are several years later and in...

April 17, 2013

WIRELESS AND MOBILITY

Adaptive Radio Modules for the 3600 Series AP: Best of Interop 2013 Finalist

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...

Enterprise Networks and the Drive for IPv6

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 […]

Client Adoption for 802.11ac Wireless Technology

When it comes to the adoption of new technology such as 802.11ac, the industry becomes a farmer’s almanac of predictions when it comes to when and what devices...

Tablets in K-12 Education: Design Your Wireless Network for Tomorrow

Whenever I travel for business, I take my tablet along. It connects me to work email, it plays my favorite music and it allows me to catch up on Red Sox games during baseball season. It is also a filled with pre-K apps for my son to learn his numbers and letters in preparation for […]

February 8, 2013

WIRELESS AND MOBILITY

A Closer Look: Utica Community Schools Enables Anytime, Anywhere Learning

After the great success of our last K-12 webinar, it’s clear there’s a lot of interest in how mobile devices and wireless technology can play a key role in K-12 schools. In my last post, I mentioned that I spent some time with the Utica Community School system in Utica,MI observing how they have implemented […]

December 6, 2012

WIRELESS AND MOBILITY

Harnessing the Potential of Wi-Fi in K-12 Schools

Last week, I traveled to Michigan to visit a Cisco customer. The customer was the Utica Community Schools who had recently installed a Cisco Wireless Solution including the new Aironet 2600 Access Point for all their K-12 Schools. I visited the elementary school where I was able to observe how the students used the wireless […]