Cisco Innovation Powers Hybrid Work
With hybrid work here to stay, employees working from home part of the time require the same reliable, speedy, and secure enterprise-grade connectivity they used to enjoy at the office. Employee productivity demands it. This article will look at how Cisco is addressing hybrid work for companies around the world, helping foster collaboration while ensuring high-performance connectivity, productivity, and security.
Rethinking Network Architecture with Routed Optical Networking
Building the internet of the future is no small task and we need the right people to help make this happen.
NBC and a Gold Medal (Network) Performance
This will be NBC Universal’s (NBCU) first ever all-IP International Broadcast Center operation at the Olympic Games, powered by a Cisco network. NBCUniversal (NBCU) will deliver more than 7,000 hours of content from the 2021 Tokyo Games to viewers. The moment those cameras capture the image, it starts encoding. That image is then transferred, via a network, by producers in the control room to viewers across the nation. It is then distributed to the consumer in 4k - and it all happens in a moment.
The Best Kept Secret in Mobile Networks: A Million Saved is a Million Earned
Demand for mobile network services continues to increase and providers are efforting to keep pace. Building these networks is highly capital intensive and they don't pop-up overnight. So, how do you get more from what you already have? Simple, you optimize with CUTO.
Reaching the Summit is Rewarding, But It’s All About the Climb
Helping our customers develop and grow new revenue streams, reduce costs, and mitigate risks is the mission for Cisco’s Mass-scale Infrastructure Group. The MIG team has a tremendous understanding of both the opportunities and challenges our customers face and also a passion for helping them navigate to the next set of transitions.
It’s All in the Cloud: AT&T Builds off Cisco’s Secure SD-WAN Solution
Enterprise applications are quickly moving away from the data center and into the cloud. As service providers come to see this as a seismic technology shift rather than just a blip on the radar, they’re wondering how to deploy applications faster and easier while keeping them secure. AT&T recently developed a managed service offing based on our secure virtualized Software Defined–Wide Area Network (SD-WAN) solution. Secure SD-WAN makes the management and operation of a WAN much simpler. It decouples networking hardware from its control mechanism using virtualization technology, allowing companies to build better performing and secure WANs.
Embracing 5G in Healthcare to Improve Patient Experience
Who doesn’t want better healthcare? Whether you’re a patient or clinician, healthcare affects almost everybody. Providers are seeking ways to advance quality care and make it more affordable, while patients...