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Kshitij Mahant

Technical Marketing Engineer

Enterprise Networking Group

Kshitij is a Technical Marketing Engineer in Cisco’s Enterprise Networking Group focusing on mobility. Kshitij holds Master’s degree in Telecommunications and Network Management from the Syracuse University and Bachelor’s degree in Electronics and Telecommunications from University of Mumbai.

http://ischool.syr.edu/alumni/profiles/tnm/kshitij_mahant.aspx

Kshitij loves outdoor activities like hiking, kayaking and driving

Articles

April 23, 2019

ENTERPRISE NETWORKS

Cisco propels intent-based networking through automation

Discover how automation is integral part of delivering intent-based networking to our customers, and how Cisco is surpassing our competitors in providing quality of service.

April 9, 2019

ENTERPRISE NETWORKS

Cisco leads intent-based networking over the competition

Intent-based networking addresses a critical challenge to bridge the gap between business and IT – to provision, modify and assure massive networks without compromising security and application performance. But how do vendor implementations compare?

October 24, 2017

ENTERPRISE NETWORKS

Analyzing Network Traffic with Encrypted Traffic Analytics

Cisco products and services offers the strong foundation for your enterprise infrastructure and makes your organization ready to fight today’s hidden threats, ultimately saving lots of money in security damages.

Miercom Agrees: Ease of Network Operations using APIC-EM

An independent testing lab has proven that Cisco APIC-EM offers real world SDN capabilities by offering apps for Day-0, Day-1 and Day-2 network operations.

Miercom Validates Cisco’s Resilient Network Infrastructure

The Miercom report proves that Cisco offers a robust network infrastructure with resiliency and simplicity that offers a strong underlay that is ready for today and tomorrow’s applications.

Miercom Verified: The Cisco 5520 Wireless Controller is Ready for Your Next Generation of Wireless Networks!

Businesses around the world are moving their focus from Mobile Apps to Mobile Experience. With Wi-Fi extending reliable coverage into public places, your users are going to expect the same service from you—a dependable high-speed user experience. The problem is, user devices are increasingly demanding more bandwidth. How are you going to meet that demand? […]

Behind the Network @ Mobile World Congress 2014: Hotspot 2.0

Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2014 was the largest mobile industry exhibition in the world, where over 1800 companies showcased and launched their latest products and services. This event was visited...