Cisco and Apple: a collaboration steeped in technical innovation
Cisco and Apple collaborate on innovations that optimize users’ connectivity to the digital world by delivering application-specific optimizations between devices and wireless networks.
Cisco introduces Fastlane+ with advanced multi user scheduling to revolutionize real-time application experience
Fastlane+ enhances the user experience for latency-sensitive voice and video applications in high-density user environments by improving the effectiveness of estimating the uplink buffer status for the supported Wi-Fi 6 capable iPhone and iPad.
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.
Keeping critical care equipment within reach
In the healthcare sector, every second matters which is why it's vital to ensure critical equipment is on hand when needed. Learn how Cisco's partnership with Stanley Health is supporting healthcare providers by digitizing their inventories.
ECU School of Dental Medicine improves access to dental care in rural communities
Dental school puts Cisco solutions at the center of its network to drive curriculum and patient services in rural North Carolina.
Wi-Fi 6 OFDMA: Resource unit (RU) allocations and mappings
Wi-Fi 6 OFDMA provides Resource Unit allocations and mappings that allow Access Points to serve them simultaneously during uplink and downlink transmissions.
The ever-growing role of Wi-Fi 6 in business continuity
Webinar: Learn about the role of Wi-Fi 6 the “new normal” for business continuity. On May 19, Cisco and IDC discuss top use cases for six different vertical industries.
Cisco’s AI/ML can make your Wi-Fi 6 upgrade a success
Upgrading to Wi-Fi 6 is not just about replacing your oldest access points. The value proposition is in locating areas where specific Wi-Fi 6 features will improve the network performance and user experience.
A Cisco Wi-Fi Guy’s View of IEEE 802 at 40
Little did I know that when I was studying for my New South Wales Higher School Certificate in 1980 that a small group of enlightened engineers were founding an organization called IEEE 802. Over the last 40 years it is not hard to reasonably assert that IEEE 802 has proven to be one of the most significant Standards Development Organizations (SDOs) in history.