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Shai Silberman

Director of Network Services

San Jose State University

Shai Silberman currently serves as Director of Network Services at San Jose State University, where he is responsible for the operations, administration and management of the University's data network infrastructure and network-based services. Mr. Silberman also is a Lecturer in SJSU's Computer Engineering Department. His experience in the information technology field spans 20 years in both the academic and corporate realms. He is a passionate advocate of classroom technologies that foster and sustain student success. He has also advocated and participated in various early field trials and deployments with Mobility, Network Management, Automation and Machine Learning application in the context of Wireless Network Management. Mr. Silberman holds a Master's in Software Engineering (MSSE) from San Jose State Universityas well as a Master's in Business Administration (MBA) from San Jose State University.

Articles

August 30, 2021

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Deploying the Cisco Catalyst 9104 Stadium Antenna—AKA the Catalyst 9130 AP on steroids!

Learn how San Jose State University extended outdoor wireless to the masses with the Cisco Catalyst 9104 integrated stadium antenna

July 8, 2021

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Reinventing Small to Medium Wi-Fi 6 Deployments

As many organizations are looking at wireless refreshes that include both expansion and upgrades to Wi-Fi 6, those with small, medium or branch locations have some cool (and very useful) new options to consider and should seriously rethink the deployment model.

June 3, 2021

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Getting network availability to Five 9s and keeping it there

Teams responsible with keeping mission critical networks current can struggle with ways to upgrade and patch device software without network disruption. Cisco DNA Center’s SWIM automation and orchestration has the solution.

May 19, 2021

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Outdoor Wireless Connectivity: A Must Have in the New Normal

For many organizations, an expansion of operations to outdoor spaces is not only the natural and safer approach to protecting employees and customers but at times the only way to scale and thrive in profitable ways. San Jose State University deploys Cisco Catalyst 9124 outdoor APs to enable expansion of outdoor access across the campus.

July 16, 2020

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The Waking of the Forest: Digital Transformation with Cisco DNA Spaces

As people return to campus, Cisco DNA Spaces helps higher education maintain safe occupancy levels in their buildings.

March 30, 2020

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Cisco DNA Center with Cisco 1800S Active Sensors: Better than Helpdesk Tickets Alone

San Jose State University deployed Cisco 1800S wireless sensors within Cisco DNA Center to measure and improve the user experience across their entire wireless network.