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.
Certifiably awesome! Cisco Catalyst APs officially Wi-Fi 6 certified by WFA
Two new certified access points join the Cisco Catalyst 9130 access point. With so many choices of certified access points, no matter what network size, customers now are able to find the right Cisco solution for their organization.
Overcoming the Dark Side of IoT
IoT holds promise to completely transform business but negative connotations and uncertainty are impeding its progress. How can we address the dark sides of IoT?
The 100G Lambda MSA Specifies Cost-Effective 100GE and 400GE Optical Modules
Learn about the new MSA that enables low cost standardized 100G and 400G transceivers.
New Fog Standards Initiative Will Accelerate Digital Transformation
A new initiative to develop standards for fog computing and network will accelerate IoT adoption and digital transformation.
OpenFog Consortium: Growing Strong at the Intersection of Fog and IoT
The sixth members meeting of the OpenFog Consortium shows growing momentum and maturity.
A Glimpse Into Your Future: 802.11ax
When it comes to a robust wireless network, there are two things that you need above everything else: speed and strong connectivity. The Institute for Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) is putting the finishing touches on the next 802.11 wireless standard which will provide a boost in speed and connectivity. This new IEEE standard—called 802.11ax—is […]