When the crowds return, we’ll be ready!
While so many large-scale events have been put on pause during 2020, what hasn’t stopped is Cisco’s efforts to continue to innovate when talking about High-Density Wi-Fi.
Wi-Fi Security with aWIPS, powered by Cisco’s RF ASIC
Adaptive WIPS is a fully Cisco DNA Center-integrated solution which constantly monitors radio spectrum to detect, analyze and thwart attacks. Learn how Cisco Access Points, with in-built custom RF ASIC, leaves no packet fly undetected.
Cisco Live Delivers Results in a Safe Way for Service Providers
On June 16-17, 2020 for the first time we held the 31st annual Cisco Live as an entirely virtual event. Our focus this year was “Possibilities”, where teams collaborated and showcased the importance of the digital journey throughout the event. Cisco Live 2020 had over 120,000 registered attendees spanning globally across our three sales and marketing regions: Asia-Pacific/Japan (APJ), Europe/Middle East/Africa/Russia (EMEAR), and Americas (AMER), exceeding our expectations and that of our partners and customers. It was an interactive experience with each presenter broadcasting from their home office, using Cisco WebEx technology.
The Advantages of Exciting New Wireless Technologies
Enterprise operators are looking for new ways to leverage Industry 4.0 – the transformation of traditional industrial and manufacturing practices using smart technology – as we move toward a world of large-scale Machine to Machine (M2M) communications and Internet of Things (IoT) deployments driven by the two dominant wireless technologies, 5G and Wi-Fi 6. However, many operators aren’t sure which technology suits their needs.
Future Networking Trends: Do Industry Analysts Get It Right?
What do industry analysts think about 5G, IoT, Wireless and other trends in networking? Take a look at trends and networking predictions discussed by Network World analysts, and compare them to Cisco’s 2020 Global Networking Trends Report.
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.
Wi-Fi 5 vs. Wi-Fi 6? With Wi-Fi 6, everyone gets a slice of pizza
Everyone likes Wi-Fi, we can’t live without its pervasive connectivity, and in this day-and-age the need for the ability to work anywhere has never been greater.
The End of an Era: Cisco Catalyst 6500 and its impact
How did the Catalyst 6500 change networking? Prashanth Shenoy shares his perspective about the history of the Catalyst 6500, and about the future of the Catalyst 9000 family with Wi-Fi 6 and 5G.