Damodar Banodkar

Technical Marketing Engineer

Cisco's Wireless Networking Group

Damodar Banodkar is a Technical Marketing Engineer within Cisco's Wireless Networking Group. Prior to joining Cisco, Damodar worked as a research assistant at AT&T Research Labs in Florham Park, NJ.

Damodar hold a Master’s of Science in Electronics and Computer Systems engineering from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI).


March 10, 2017


Cisco Umbrella WLAN — Your First Line of Defense on Enterprise Network

2 min read

In the stores of tomorrow, phones will replace cashiers. In the fields of tomorrow, connected crops will solve global food challenges. In the factories of tomorrow, connected robots will work together autonomously. This is the near future, and in some cases, these activities have already become reality. However, delivering these innovations and new experiences requires […]

September 9, 2015


Cellular Calls on your nearest Wi-Fi AP

3 min read

Can you place phone calls over Wi-Fi to save roaming costs when you travel abroad? Is there an easy solution for making phone calls despite poor indoor cellular coverage? The answer is Yes! You can do all of the above using a new solution adopted by service providers and cell phone vendors known as Wi-Fi […]

April 28, 2015


Cisco Wireless enabling location bonjour services at Vanderbilt

2 min read

Has your wireless network help you identify the closest Printer to you? That’s exactly the kind of problems Cisco wireless is helping solve at Vanderbilt University. Located in the heart of Nashville, TN, the Vanderbilt campus consists of Vanderbilt University (VU) and Vanderbilt University Medical center (VUMC). Cisco Wireless at Vanderbilt serves about 33,000 users […]

May 17, 2013


802.11ac: Is Your Network Infrastructure Ready for Next-Gen Wi-Fi Traffic?

3 min read

The next generation of Wi-Fi, 802.11ac couples the freedom of wireless with the speed of gigabit Ethernet. This also translates in additional load on the backbone of the network, which has to deliver at least 3 times the capacity of the current gold standard, the 802.11n based network. Cisco launched the Unified Access architecture  to […]