Cisco Live Delivers Results in a Safe Way for Service Providers
On June 16-17, 2020 for the first time we held the 31st annual Cisco Live as an entirely virtual event. Our focus this year was “Possibilities”, where teams collaborated and showcased the importance of the digital journey throughout the event. Cisco Live 2020 had over 120,000 registered attendees spanning globally across our three sales and marketing regions: Asia-Pacific/Japan (APJ), Europe/Middle East/Africa/Russia (EMEAR), and Americas (AMER), exceeding our expectations and that of our partners and customers. It was an interactive experience with each presenter broadcasting from their home office, using Cisco WebEx technology.
The Advantages of Exciting New Wireless Technologies
Enterprise operators are looking for new ways to leverage Industry 4.0 – the transformation of traditional industrial and manufacturing practices using smart technology – as we move toward a world of large-scale Machine to Machine (M2M) communications and Internet of Things (IoT) deployments driven by the two dominant wireless technologies, 5G and Wi-Fi 6. However, many operators aren’t sure which technology suits their needs.
Believe the HYPE: The Standout Technologies Shaping the Future of Media, Sports & Entertainment
Recently, I had the pleasure of participating in a tech webinar panel with HYPE Sports, The New Game Changers of Sports Media & Broadcasting. I was asked to share my perspective on the current landscape and innovation trends I’m seeing, and how I believe it will impact what’s coming next for the Media, Sports, and Entertainment industry. I wanted to expand a bit on some of the topics I covered and highlight big themes to consider for the future.
ACI Gets Support for Segment Routing on MPLS
Cisco ACI 5.0 introduces support for Segment Routing on Mulitprotocol Label Switching (SR-MPLS), which will make it easier for service provider architects to roll out 5G networks quickly.
How Next-Gen Wi-Fi6 Will Pay for Itself
Wi-Fi is going through another major evolution, now in its 6th iteration since it was introduced and adopted as a worldwide wireless technology standard. The technological advancements introduced in Wi-Fi6 can drive new age use cases that demand more bandwidth for faster speeds, higher network capacity for more simultaneous users, and lower latency for near real-time applications.
How Latency Meets its Match with Network Slicing
Network Slicing is a key concept in 5G and a way to utilize the network in a more intelligent and cost-effective way than ever before.
Future Networking Trends: Do Industry Analysts Get It Right?
What do industry analysts think about 5G, IoT, Wireless and other trends in networking? Take a look at trends and networking predictions discussed by Network World analysts, and compare them to Cisco’s 2020 Global Networking Trends Report.
Why WBA’s OpenRoaming is laying the foundation for a roaming revolution
OpenRoaming is set to revolutionize roaming, enabling access and identify partners with very different business models to co-operate in order to deliver seamless wireless service to users.