How Wi-Fi 6E is driving innovations across industries
Any organization would want more security, faster speeds, lower latency and higher reliability. You get that with Wi-Fi 6E. But what other use cases is Wi-Fi 6E good for? Find out here.
Cisco DNA Center, AIOps and You
The AI/ML of a wireless network is getting to where it needs to be and it’s being driven there by Cisco DNA Center.
Cisco Feeling the Love for the AireOS Controllers
As the sun sets on the AireOS controllers, #rememberingAireOS helps us remember and celebrate our journey thus far. We know that transitioning to a new OS can be scary, but we bet that any fear will be eclipsed by the excitement over the Cisco Catalyst 9800 Controller family.
Cisco explains newly released security advisory
Security researchers have discovered that some Wi-Fi devices have standards and implementations that can be vulnerable to outside interference. What's going on and how can it affect your network? Cisco explains.
RAI Amsterdam Conference Center goes all in with Cisco
If you have made your way to Amsterdam for a conference, there’s a really good chance that you’ve been to RAI Amsterdam. Each year, this convention center will play host to 1.5 million visitors over 500 events and they’ve been doing it for over 125 years. They wanted an Wi-Fi 6 upgrade, Cisco provided the solution.
The Great Outdoors AP, Presenting the Catalyst 9124
Presenting the Cisco Catalyst 9124 Access Point. The new Catalyst 9124 brings the Wi-Fi 6 (802.11ax) standard technology outdoors. This AP supports up to 400 devices and come equipped with up to three radios 2.4GHz and 5GHz (both 4x4:4) and a built-in BLE radio
Meet the Users Who Use User Defined Network
During a recent Educause webinar, Cisco Architect Stephen Orr moderated a discussion of Cisco User Defined Network (UDN) between representatives from two universities who discussed deploying the solution at their schools and how it changed the way their students connect to the network.
Miercom Reports All Aces for Cisco Catalyst 9100 APs and Cisco DNA Center
Recently the Cisco Access Points Cisco DNA Center were compared against products from our competition, by independent testing lab Miercom. In all instances, the Cisco products came out on top.
After 15 years, Cisco Wireless AireOS Controllers are going away
Cisco AireOS controllers have served us well through many iterations of the Wi-Fi standard, from the early days of 802.11n, to 802.11ac waves 1 and 2 and now with 802.11ax or Wi-Fi 6 Cisco. But with the latest standard in place and the Cisco Catalyst Controllers paving the way, Cisco recently announced that their Wireless AireOS Controllers have gone End-of-Life.