Who’s Going to be a 5G Winner?
In this blog, we will explore who is going to benefit from 5G: from consumers to businesses to industries. As service providers make initial announcements around 5G, focusing on the value in the B2B market can unlock the most potential.
Cisco helps military veterans find paths to meaningful employment through partnership with Onward to Opportunity
We’re all navigating this fast-changing environment, doing our best to adjust to the rapid shift to remote working and online learning. This can feel even more uncertain for our military and veteran community as they transition to civilian careers. This transition is daunting in any circumstance, but a fragile economy and shifting work dynamics creates even greater barriers for those who are separating from military service. Cisco and Onward to Opportunity have partnered to provide veterans pathways to meaningful employment.
Cisco’s military and veteran program expands support for military spouses, adding a mentorship opportunity
The American Corporate Partners’ (ACP) Active Duty Spouse Mentoring Program, conducted in partnership with Cisco, connects military spouses with Cisco employees who provide mentoring and career advice. Each year, ACP helps more than 3,500 returning military veterans and their spouses find meaningful employment.
Leading the Way in 5G xHaul
Over the last few years, we’ve invested heavily in bringing the benefits that make Cisco worldwide market share leaders in Core and Edge Routing deeper into the network. Our service provider-focused IOS-XR operating system and other advancements now let us reach all the way to the cell site router, right where the wireless customer hits the ground. And we’ve gone one step further by creating a flexible transport solution that integrates fronthaul and backhaul networks, combining the various wireless and wired technology into a packet-based SDN for 5G. This xHaul portfolio is at the core of our converged, end-to-end packet infrastructure, from the access layer into the application, wherever it may reside.
Why Do Modern Service Provider Networks Not Fail?
Surges in network usage really don't break the Internet. Why? Because the network architecture has been architected to be fast, reliable and manage the unpredictable.
Cisco and T-Mobile – Reaching New 5G Milestones Together
T-Mobile recently announced several milestone achievements in advancing its new 5G core network – and Cisco played a key role in helping them reach those milestones. Our partnership has yielded several 5G Standalone (SA) world-firsts which will ensure that T-Mobile customers have the very best connected experiences possible.
Cisco Helps Competitive Carriers Deliver 5G Service Agility
5G promises revolutionary new consumer experiences and lucrative new business-to-business (B2B) services that were never possible before. Today, Cisco is helping operators of all sizes to provide essential 5G services. Read in this blog how Cisco is helping competitive carriers deliver 5G services to equip them for future networks.
Build a New Service Edge with the ASR 9000
Discover how the latest ASR 9000 innovations can help you build a service-oriented edge for the future.
How to Help Manage Outside Plant Congestion and Overall Performance
As noted in my colleague John Downey’s blog earlier this week, unprecedented demand continues on local broadband networks. Cable operators are working to stay ahead of the curve. John’s blog includes tips for optimizing cable modem termination system (CMTS) performance. This blog includes my checklist for the outside plant. Proper operation of the optical and […]