Guest Blog: Migrating High Density University Networks to 802.11ac
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Joe Rogers, Associate Director of Network Engineering for the University of South Florida (USF). Hear Joe speak about his experiences with next-generation wireless in high density environments on next Tuesday’s webinar: “Migrating Enterprise Networks to 802.11ac” at 10am PST (Dec 17) (Register here) Joe Rogers is the Associate […]
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 […]
6 Tips for High Density Network Design
The guys from No Strings Attached Show just published their podcast we sponsored featuring Jim Florwick yesterday and already the verdict is in: Jim Florwick is awesome. For those of you who haven’t had the chance to download the podcast yet (What are you waiting for?! Download podcast) or you have a few extra minutes to […]
Deploying, Testing, and Tuning 802.11ac
By now you’ve probably heard quite a bit about the newest generation of Wi-Fi, 802.11ac. I’ll save you the gory details, just know it’s about 3x faster...
Summary: [Cisco Cartoon Catalyst Series] Prime Your Network for the Rise of the Devices
Teachers, students, and staff with their varied wired or wireless gadgets and corresponding application access makes up a daunting sea of devices for any IT professional, whose responsibility is to provide optimized network performance. In his latest blog, Prime Your Network for the Rise of the Devices, Cisco’s Rahul Chohan discusses how Cisco Prime Infrastructure, a part […]
[Cisco Cartoon Catalyst Series] Prime Your Network for the Rise of the Devices
It’s a nightmare out there. School districts’ wireless networks now have to support teachers, students, and staff – all touting desktops, tablets, smartphones, and/or laptops. For some in IT, knowing who is accessing what using what on the network (a confusing statement itself) could very well be cosmic chaos; for others, it is simply a […]
Cisco Aironet 3600 AP Passes 1 Million Units Shipped!
Hey folks, I’m back in the blogosphere to make a super exciting announcement. The Cisco Aironet 3600 Series Access Point with its purpose built best-in-class Wireless performance, industry’s first and...