Achieving Low Latency in Different Types of Wireless Networks Requires an End-to-end Focus
Latency is a function of the proper network design. Radio latency must be considered alongside end-to-end IP latency and round-trip delay. The closer applications are located to where data is being processed in data centers, clouds, or at the network edge, the lower the possible latency.
Demo Day in the U.S. & India Brings Together 1800 Engineers to Share, Learn, and Reconnect
With many engineers returning to the office, the excitement around reconnecting with colleagues fills the air. Look no further than the latest continuous learning activity ― Demo Day ― for evidence of this enthusiasm.
Top 3 Use Cases of AI-Enhanced Networking
More organizations across the globe are benefiting from the application of AI technologies to provide better IT capabilities. Discover how Cisco solutions are supporting NetOps teams with business-relevant use cases for AI-enhanced Networking.
The why and how of AI-enhanced infrastructure
Discover the set of technologies powering AIOps that can help any organization with a complex IT environment to automate processes, recognize infrastructure problems earlier and optimize the user experience.
6 things you should know about AI-enhanced infrastructure for AIOps
Discover the reasons why an AI-enhanced infrastructure is a critical foundation for a broader AIOps strategy to solve IT challenges within and across traditional operational silos.
Telemetry and AI/ML-Driven Wireless Advances
Two Papers by Cisco Engineers address how wireless telemetry and deep learning models can significantly improve wireless performance.
Advances in Software Defined Networking and SD-WAN
Learn about Cisco’s implementation of SD-Access, SD-WAN, and Cloud Native SD-WAN, as well as their advantages and the standardization efforts required for interoperability.
Trustworthy Networking is Not Just Technological, It’s Cultural – Part 3
A culture of trustworthiness provides a consistent approach to designing, building, delivering, and supporting secure solutions that customers can rely on.
How Trustworthy Networking Thwarts Security Attacks
The built-in components of trustworthy systems foil attacks before they even begin and limit the damage that they can do given a foothold through unsecure network devices.