Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul
The Bridge to Secure Modern Port Operations
In today’s digitally-enabled ports and terminals, yesterday’s old security perimeter is insufficient. Adopting a zero trust security strategy is necessary to successfully modernize port operations.
Cut through the noise: find the best fit for your industrial wireless needs
Wireless technologies have their uses in every industrial setting. Your use case determines if Wi-Fi 6 and 6E, public and private 5G, or ultra-reliable wireless backhaul is your best choice.
Investing in Secure Maritime Operations: Cisco at “Hack the Port 22”
The resounding message is clear: port and terminal operators, who are undertaking much-needed digital modernization efforts, must simultaneously implement improved cybersecurity capabilities that are designed and “built-in” to the industrial network infrastructure from the start. By connecting more equipment, devices, people, applications and embracing greater digitization, global port operators are realizing improved results – including […]
Cisco’s Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul a Home Run for GM, Manufacturing Customers
As countries invest in their critical infrastructure, Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul is opening new ways to deliver and use intelligence embedded within that infrastructure to deliver business outcomes.
General Motors speeds innovation in electric and autonomous vehicles with Cisco Ultra-Reliable Wireless Backhaul
In the race to deliver zero emissions, zero crashes and zero congestion, having the right data at the right time matters.
Supply chain efficiency starts with securing port operations
Fend off disruption from ransomware or other attacks.
Open pit mining—providing a smooth path from Wi-Fi to ultra-reliable wireless backhaul
Take operators of autonomous and tele-remote mining vehicles out of harm’s way and increase equipment effectiveness.
IoT network delivers for major European port
La Spezia Container Terminal reduced downtime and increased productivity by upgrading its terminal operating system (TOS) to achieve reliable wireless connectivity.
Connected Roadways and Intersections: a 4-step journey
The network you need to introduce programs that will improve safety, simplify operations, and reduce traffic congestion and emissions.