Cisco IOS XE
Cisco IOS XE – Past, Present, and Future
Cisco IOS was developed in the 1980s for the company’s first routers that had only 256 KB of memory and low CPU processing power. But what a difference a few decades make. Today Cisco IOS XE runs our entire enterprise networking portfolio. That's 80+ different Cisco platforms for access, distribution, core, wireless, and WAN. There are, with a myriad of combinations of hardware and software and physical and virtual form factors.
How IOS XE Developers at Cisco Work Remotely and Cohesively on a 190-million-line Code Base
Remote working at Cisco predated the pandemic. So when offices closed last March, Cisco IOS XE developers were well prepared. Aside from their ability to work remotely, our developers are incredibly efficient, productive, and maintain high quality due to our unique tooling and the ability to run IOS XE code modularly and independently.
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.
What’s in a name? ”Catalyst” 8000 “Edge” Platforms
The Catalyst 8000 Edge Platforms transform the WAN edge, providing another foundational piece of our intent-based networking strategy that spans every domain of the network. The Catalyst 8000 family is the best-in-class platform for SASE, SD-WAN, and 5G in the future; built to address today’s most pressing WAN edge issues, and flexible enough to tackle the challenges of tomorrow.
Power your digital transformation with IOS-XE and Cisco DNA Software
Learn about Cisco IOS-XE, a single OS for enterprise switching, wireless, routing and SD-WAN, and how the different Cisco DNA software options align to it.
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.
Running Cisco Catalyst C9800-CL Wireless Controller in Google Cloud Platform
Cisco Catalyst 9800 Series are Cisco next generation Wireless Controllers built on the three pillars of network excellence: Always on, Secure and Deployed anywhere, including public Cloud platforms like Google Cloud Platform (GCP).
Can You Play Minecraft on a Cisco Switch?
Cloud Computing is awesome... everything centrally working in one place. But, in some cases putting computing workload on to networking devices like a switch might be very beneficial! Watch this video to see how to host your computer game servers directly on the switch.
Enterprise Networking Business 2019 Year in Review
Towards the end of this busy and innovative year, Cisco leadership decided to combine several businesses under one leader, SVP/GM Scott Harrell, to create the Intent-Based Networking Group. So, what is the meaning in a change of names? The new organization consists of engineering and product marketing teams from Enterprise Networking and Data Center, with […]