What’s with all the buzz around Wi-Fi 6E?
Wi-Fi 6E allows for completely wireless high-definition collaboration, industrial IoT, freedom to work from anywhere, and other use cases. Read on to learn how and why this technology is so important.
Global IP Networks Focus on Sharpening Their Edge
According to the latest VNI forecast, the Service Provider networks are growing edgier.
2018 Complete VNI Forecast Update – What’s Trending?
This week, we released our annual Cisco Visual Networking Index (VNI) Complete Forecast, which covers global, regional, and country-level projections and trends associated with fixed and mobile networks.
As Broadcast Focuses on IP, Video Quality Moves Front and Center
The shift from “traditional” broadcast to IP video is on, and was more real than ever at NAB this year. Key takeaways from the Cisco booth and show floor.
Cisco@NAB: Those Packets of Video that Really Matter to Broadcasters and Content People
The shift by broadcasters and content owners to move their content away from satellite has started a new IP migration approach to reduce cost and preserve video quality.
Cloud first + RDK + Application framework = Service velocity
By Paul Claussen, Director, Product Management, Cloud Applications, Cisco Service Provider Video Software and Solutions If there’s one constant, in the need to compete more effectively against the growing roster of over-the-top (OTT) video providers, it is the need to move services and products to the consumer marketplace more quickly. Think about it: Every provider […]
MegaTrends: New Video Services and Their Potential Impact on Your Network – Part 2
In the first part we discussed how video services are evolving within enterprise networks. Content may be sourced from internal servers, BYOD end points or external content providers, thereby creating a mix of managed and unmanaged services. This has led not only to growth in traffic, but also a competition for actual resources between the […]