Internet of Things (IoT)
How 5G/Wi-Fi 6 will transform multi-access networks in industrial IoT
For industrial IoT to work, organizations will need to scale their IoT deployments with multi-access networks that take advantage of both private LTE, 5G and Wi-Fi 6 technologies.
Cisco empowers IT & OT partners to create and grow their IoT business
Going into Cisco’s Partner Summit, one thing’s for certain: Cisco IoT offers a great opportunity for partners to build profitable, growing practices. Customers are realizing improved efficiencies, reduced costs and downtime.
Helping partners integrate Cisco IoT products: Cisco IoT Design-In Program
Now more than ever, integrators, equipment builders and industrial control system vendors are building IoT into their products and solution to offer new services and more value to their customers.
Delivering data at mission critical speed from anywhere: Cisco ESR6300 Embedded Series Router
In business, government, and beyond, data is king. For some, data can improve productivity and accelerate innovation. For others, data delivers crucial information that can defend and save lives. With...
Cisco, Emerson hit the right notes in Nashville
It’s the second day of 2019 Emerson Exchange for the Americas here in Music City USA, where my Cisco colleagues and I have been actively meeting attendees at the...
An introduction to edge computing and use case examples
What is edge computing? Edge computing is a very loosely defined term in the industry. Many people are familiar with it, but there are differences in understanding what it means.
Wi-Fi in hazardous locations: five must-haves
In oil and gas refineries and chemical manufacturing plants, Wi-Fi makes it possible to give technicians greater access to information and systems.
Cisco one of first networking companies to receive two IEC 62443 certifications for industrial switches
Cisco receives two ISA/IEC 62443 certifications for industrial switches to ensure IoT security of its network infrastructure and flexibility at the network edge.
Reducing Germany’s carbon footprint one Cisco IoT router at a time
Innogy uses Cisco IR807 IoT routers to collect and extract IoT data at remote utility sites to reduce Germany's carbon footprint with renewable energy sources.