High Tech Policy
The U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement Will Help Power Technology
Before today’s presidential signing ceremony for the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) implementing legislation (H.R. 5430), I want to take a minute to reflect on the reasons it is a good agreement that will help fuel the digital economy among our three countries. The North America Free Trade Agreement went into effect on January 1, 1994. To […]
Cisco’s new Cybersecurity Co-Innovation Center inside one of Europe’s most famous museums
Italy’s largest science and technology museum has a new addition to its elaborate exhibitions of artefacts and art. Thanks to our collaboration with the Italian Government and an investment through our Cisco Country Digital Acceleration (CDA) Program, Milan’s Leonardo da Vinci Museum of Science & Technology is now home to our newest Co-Innovation Center – […]
Cisco Research Helps Countries Bridge the Digital Divide
Co-Authored by Jeff Campbell, Pastora Valero and Dominic Scott. Cisco recently released the results of our 2019 Digital Readiness Index, a report measuring the digital readiness of 141 countries along with analysis of several components of how well-positioned a country is to benefit from the digital economy. You can view our Digital Readiness Index site […]
The Evolution of Next-Generation Technologies Requires Increased Spectrum Access
Today I had the opportunity to testify in front of the Senate Commerce Committee about the MOBILE NOW Act, legislation that has revolutionized spectrum policy. As lawmakers look towards the future, I asked them to join me looking back; let’s think back to 2003. In 2003, we didn’t have Smart TVs; they were still dumb. […]
Unlocking the Economic Advantages of Wi-Fi Through 6 GHz Band Access Has Broad Support
Today, Cisco, Apple, Boingo, Broadcom, Facebook, Google, HPE, Intel, Qualcomm, Sony and dozens of others applauding FCC Chairman Ajit Pai for his continued commitment to opening the 6 GHz band for Wi-Fi.
The Future of Wi-Fi Depends on Access to the 6GHz Band
Wi-Fi 6 is necessary to realizing the promise of the technology of tomorrow. And access to 6 GHz unlicensed spectrum is crucial to the future of our wireless infrastructure.
Priorities for Accelerating Europe’s Digital Transformation
As reflected in Commission President-elect Ursula von der Leyen’s priority to make ‘Europe fit for the Digital Age’, Europe is on the cusp of digital transformation truly taking off. This...
Cybersecurity Roles and Responsibilities: Private Sector Perspective
Last week, I had the pleasure of briefing members of the U.S. Senate’s Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee to provide Cisco’s perspective on the roles for the private sector...
The World Runs on Wi-Fi: With Wi Fi 6, Now Is the Time to Open Up More Unlicensed Spectrum for It
At Cisco, we are excited about the generational advance of Wi-Fi 6. To experience the full power of Wi-Fi 6 and 5G technologies, policymakers must find more spectrum for Wi-Fi.