Cisco Annual Internet Report
Here’s What You Need to Know About Digital Transformation
Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning (AI/ML) and other applications are now taking advantage of the digital transformation creating new models of business and impacting various industries.
Global Traffic Spikes. No Panic at the Cisco!
(Note: OK, so I know the title is a little cheesy, but being sheltered in place for two weeks with “High Hopes” playing in the background for inspiration has certainly influenced me.) Seemingly overnight, social distancing across the globe has defined a new normal and we’re all on a fast-learning curve to adapt in our […]
Why Do Network and Application Performance Need to Be Superior?
Question: Is there still a need for more network capacity and performance enhancements to fixed and mobile networks? Answer: Yes! And tomorrow’s tactile Internet needs and requirements will be met by 5G, Wi-Fi6 and FTTH innovations that support emerging applications (and new services that are just in the ideation phase today). At the beginning of […]
5G: Accelerating the Investment Cycle
The 5G revolution is set to unlock countless opportunities – but investing in enhanced solutions for the future can create financial obstacles. Find out how Cisco Capital is here to help.
Cisco’s Annual Internet Report Measures Future Growth in Cyberattacks Associated with the Acceleration of Technology
Cisco today launched its Annual Internet Report, which assesses mobile, Wi-Fi and fixed broadband networking with quantitative projections on the growth of users, devices and connections over a five-year forecast period (2018–2023). The most alarming finding: the number of cyberattacks will double by 2023. Specifically: Cyberattacks will double from 9 million in 2018 to 15.4 million […]
Is this the Golden Age of the Internet? (Perhaps the Best is Yet to Come)
This week, we released the first Cisco Annual Internet Report (2018 – 2023), a global, regional and country-level forecast with analyses that assess digital transformation across fixed broadband, Wi-Fi, and mobile (3G and below, 4G, 5G) networks.The new report provides quantitative projections (over a 5-year period) on the growth of Internet users, devices and connections as well as network performance and new application requirements.