Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series Wireless Controllers
Meet the Users Who Use User Defined Network
During a recent Educause webinar, Cisco Architect Stephen Orr moderated a discussion of Cisco User Defined Network (UDN) between representatives from two universities who discussed deploying the solution at their schools and how it changed the way their students connect to the network.
After 15 years, Cisco Wireless AireOS Controllers are going away
Cisco AireOS controllers have served us well through many iterations of the Wi-Fi standard, from the early days of 802.11n, to 802.11ac waves 1 and 2 and now with 802.11ax or Wi-Fi 6 Cisco. But with the latest standard in place and the Cisco Catalyst Controllers paving the way, Cisco recently announced that their Wireless AireOS Controllers have gone End-of-Life.
Remote Workforce Wireless Solutions on Catalyst 9800 WLC
Cisco’s Remote Workforce Wireless Solution brings the corporate Wi Fi to remote workers. It provides secure and seamless wireless access experience to users and reduces the device pre-configuration efforts for Network Admins.
Miercom concludes: Cisco Embedded Wireless Controller easy to deploy, powerful and an excellent value
Cisco released the Embedded Wireless Controller (EWC) last year to a lot of fanfare and we are happy to report that Miercom, an independent, nonpartisan testing lab, has given us really high marks in their latest assessment.
Cisco User Defined Network: Curing the Shared Network Blues
The Cisco User Defined Network completely re-imagines the Shared Network, allowing both end-users and network admins a more controllable and secure experience
Wireless Deployment Flexibility: Driven by Cisco Catalyst Virtualization
Cisco's Catalyst 9800 controller series introduced a high-value functionality: Deploy Anywhere. Catalyst 9800-CL controllers enable optimized network performance and centralized control of WLAN deployments with no associated hardware costs.
Creating More Agile and Upgradable Networks with a Controller-Based Architecture
Controllers bring purposeful intelligence into an Intent-Based Network by acting as intermediaries between human operators specifying intents, and all the switches, routers, and access points that provide the required connectivity.
The Cisco Wireless and Mobility Year in Review for 2019
From January through December, Cisco has had a very busy 2019. How busy? From anniversaries and awards (Gartner LAN Access leader) to new products—Cisco DNA Spaces and three (!) new Wi-Fi 6 Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Points—to what we're building out on the horizon (AI and network analytics)... this past year has seen it all.