Cisco Catalyst

April 4, 2022

NETWORKING

Cisco C9136 First Access Point with Wi-Fi 6 Release 2 Certification

Cisco Catalyst C9136 & Cisco Flagship 6E Access Point have received Wi-Fi 6 R2. C9136 is the first Enterprise Access Point to receive this certificate. Wi-Fi 6 Release 2 brings a host of new technical capabilities that improve the application experience in hybrid work.

March 24, 2022

NETWORKING

Why Transition to BGP EVPN VXLAN in Enterprise Campus

As the number of EVPN leaf nodes increases overlay prefixes and the blast radius in the network grows, the network architects shall consider building a structured Multi-Site overlay networking solution.

March 2, 2022

NETWORKING

Say Hi to Hybrid Work!

The last few years have been challenging. Cisco Hybrid work takes those challenges head-on and makes it work for your business. Start to research Hybrid work with a look at our newest Access Point: Cisco Catalyst 9136.

February 25, 2022

NETWORKING

The Future of Work Part 5: Reimage the IT Experience of Managing Networks

To meet expectations of performance and reliability for next-gen applications for the hybrid workforce, IT needs to reimagine network management using AI and ML solutions to provide extended visibility and proactive mitigation.

February 24, 2022

NETWORKING

Wi-Fi for the Masses: Cisco provides seamless and secure OpenRoaming Wi-Fi network for MWC Barcelona

As the largest wireless show in the world, MWC Barcelona requires Wi-Fi that’s built for reliability, speed, and security. That's why Cisco is providing the infrastructure that supports the MWC Barcelona network for both vendors and guests.

February 16, 2022

NETWORKING

Meeting the Network Challenges of Expo 2020 Mega Event

With Cisco SD-Access, the Expo 2020 IT team can meet the networking challenges of a mega-event: security, segmentation, reliability, and the ability to connect and move any device anywhere in the Expo.

August 17, 2021

NETWORKING

Simply Faster than the Rest, Cisco Wi-Fi 6 + Multigigabit Switching

With technology advancing faster than ever, we need an equivalently robust network infrastructure to handle it. While Wi-Fi 6 provides blazing-fast wireless speeds, do you have multigigabit switching to maximize its potential?