Wired and WirelessActivate the IT Transformation with Cisco Unified Access” Webinar Series: Part II Network Deep Dive, April 17

Your network is going through rapid changes as your user and business requirements continue to evolve. Before long (if it’s not already happening), the edge of your network will more than likely transition to a high performing Gigabit desktop switching network plus a highly reliable Gigabit Wi-Fi (802.11ac) network. Cisco Converged Access is an innovative deployment mode that has been optimized to support both the Gigabit Ethernet based and the Gigabit Wi-Fi based edge as a single network with excellent scale, security, and performance.

You might be thinking to yourself:
– How can Cisco Converged Access support both Cisco Catalyst switching and Cisco wireless at the same time?
– How is the wireless controller function being delivered in this deployment mode?
– How is wireless supported in a stack of Catalyst 3850 switches?
– Where do I use Catalyst 3850 switches or Wireless 5760 Controllers in my mobility architecture?
– How is wireless roaming supported in layer-2 and layer-3 roaming situations?

Well, last week we kicked off the first webinar of a new 5-part Cisco Unified Access webinar series. Many of you joined the event and I was very happy to see your questions and discussions during the broadcast. The event was a high level overview of industry challenges with BYOD, mobility and the Internet of Everything, as well as how Cisco Unified Access can help address these challenges with the One Policy, One Management, One Network approach.

Next week on Wednesday April 17, we will have the 2nd live broadcast of the Cisco Unified Access webinar series. We will have excellent technical content to dig deeper into the subject of “One Network”, specifically converged wired and wireless access (CLICK HERE TO REGISTER) and we will be covering a lot of technical topics such as your above questions.

You can also get a head start by reading the Cisco Converged Access white paper.

By the way, it’s exciting to share with you that we are running this entire webinar series with registration on the new Cisco Borderless Networks Community webinars page. All five scheduled webinars will be available as on-demand assets so that you can watch anytime in case you missed the live broadcasts. Just look for the “Select a Webinar” drop down window on the registration page to watch the 1st webinar that took place on Wednesday April 3 (on-demand webinar will start right after your registration is completed).

See you at the April 17th webinar!


Steven Song

Business Manager