Matt Swartz

Distinguished Engineer

Customer Experience

Matt Swartz is a Distinguished Engineer within Cisco's Customer Experience Organization. He delivers scalable designs that enable mobility solutions across many verticals for Cisco's largest customers. Matt has been heavily involved with Cisco's High Density WiFi efforts since the very beginning and continues to drive new innovation in that space today. Prior to joining Cisco in 2003, Matt held Network Engineering positions with a number of service providers and enterprises. He is CCIE #13232 (Routing/Switching & Wireless) and CWNE #57. He also holds a B.S. degree from Old Dominion University.


January 9, 2023


Cisco Catalyst 9104 Changes the High-Density Wi-Fi Game

Cisco's Catalyst 9104 revolutionizes outdoor venues' high-density WI-FI, simplifying installation, lowering overall cost. It's a game-changer!

September 15, 2022


Converged Networks: From SoFi Stadium to Public Sector

Converged networks have shown tremendous value in the private sector. Now they're coming to also serve the public sector in very creative ways.

February 25, 2022


The Cisco Network: The Superhighway of Super Bowl LVI & SoFi Stadium

As an Official Technology Partner of the National Football League, see how Cisco converged network infrastructure played a critical role in the success of Super Bowl LVI.

December 16, 2021


Wi-Fi 6E: Changing the game for Sports and Entertainment venues

Sports and entertainment venues are back and more popular than ever. And Cisco Wi-Fi solutions are changing the game for how fans connect and share their experiences.

July 28, 2021


Enabling Global Sporting Events: Top 5 Challenges

With one of the world’s largest sporting events on the horizon, get a behind-the-scenes look from one of Cisco’s Distinguished engineers on how they plan, implement, and overcome unique IT challenges enabling best-in-class live event digital experiences.

September 2, 2020


When the crowds return, we’ll be ready!

While so many large-scale events have been put on pause during 2020, what hasn’t stopped is Cisco’s efforts to continue to innovate when talking about High-Density Wi-Fi.