Unpacking IoT, a series: The scalability challenge and what you can do about it
The Internet of Things (IoT) presents a number of challenges for network engineers. In my previous post, I explained how Cisco is helping to address the biggest IoT challenge by far: security. In this post, we’ll cover the next challenge: scalability.
Zero Trust – 5 Things You Need to Know
This blog discusses what zero trust really means, what are the key parts to Cisco’s Zero Trust solution, and how you can help customers achieve their security goals.
IOS XE Next Generation Networks Deliver Digital Magic: Part 2
Cisco builds intelligence into the network to choose the best routes to cloud applications, taking into consideration the traffic, latency, jitter and other parameters to ensure the most responsive pathway.
To Cisco Employees, Every Day is #GivingTuesday
Every day, across the globe, Cisco employees are giving back in unique and inspiring ways. This Giving Tuesday, we wanted to take a moment to highlight some of the incredible work our employees are doing, and the organizations they’re most passionate about. We’re sure, as you get to know these employees further, that their stories […]
What Are S-Parameters and Other Hot Cable Network Topics
Read all about hot cable network topics, from DAA and 10G, to Cloud and Scalability.
Three Services from 5G: Latency and Reliability
Thanks to URLLC, web scale companies now can set up the network services they need to match the application services they want to offer. From Netflix on your phones to a remote surgical suite in your hospitals—no more over the top (OTT) best effort.
Event Highlights from 2019 Rockwell Automation Fair
We are excited to share with you a few key highlights from this year's event - A bonus feature podcast episode on IT OT convergence - A brief snapshot of Cisco's booth and featured resources - An exclusive #RokLive interview featuring Cisco and Rockwell Automation.
Automated Networks for Flexible Manufacturing Cells
Cisco has been working to make network changes easy, even automated. For manufacturers, Cisco is working with The Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (C-CAM) to research the viability of the flexible manufacturing cell, and to develop an easily reconfigurable production cell for short and varied production runs.