Cisco Congratulates NBASE-T Alliance on Approval of a New Industry Standard.
As a founding member of the NBASE-T Alliance℠, Cisco is proud to celebrate IEEE’s approval of IEEE 802.3bzTM (2.5G/5G BASE-T) as a new Ethernet standard. From the start we saw the issue, understood the opportunity and realized the value to customers. Some of our most talented engineers are investing their time and energy in the […]
Cisco Women Engineers Make Their Mark at the IEEE Women In Engineering International Leadership Conference
In April this year, Cisco sponsored the IEEE Women in Engineering International Leadership Conference held at the San Jose Marriott. This was part of a concerted effort to advance and attract women in technical and leadership roles in the technology industry. At the beginning of our partnership with IEEE we asked ourselves: “What is it […]
Fundamentals of 802.11ac Wave 2
Wi-Fi technologies continue to pick up speed as 802.11ac Wave 2 is now making its way into new deployments. What is really happening within these latest changes and what do they mean for your strategy? Watch and learn as Robb Boyd shares the five most important nuances found within these advancements on this TechWiseTV Fundamentals.
What is 802.11r? Why is this Important?
In this short series of blogs, we’re spending some time looking at the lesser known but undeservedly underappreciated amendments to 802.11 and the features/benefits they provide. The first blog explained the basics of 802.11k “WLAN Radio Measurements” and specifically zoomed in on the Neighbor Request/Report. This blog will focus on the 802.11r amendment. Fast BSS […]
Introduction to 802.11ac Wave 2
802.11ac is the hottest topic of discussion and deployment in WiFi over the past couple of years. Ratified as a standard by the IEEE in November 2013, the first phase...
by Dan Crawford, Marketing Manager, Cisco It has been nearly 20 years since I last heard the static and ding-guh-donga-dong sounds of dialing up wireline internet, over 14 years since the first digital “2G”phones became available, about eight years since “3G” networks were widely deployed, and five years since 4G LTE rolled out in the U.S. Following the trend […]
802.11ac: That’s the Answer. What’s the question?
Everybody’s talking about 802.11ac, but we’ve sensed some confusion for next steps as far as how CIO’s and IT organizations should be approaching the new standard.
Cisco at IEEE Event in Chicago this week!
The 2014 IEEE PES Transmission & Distribution Conference & Exposition is in the Windy City, bringing a half-century of industry innovation to the biggest and most exciting conference yet! Check out Cisco’s presence at the IEEE show: McCormick Place; West Hall; Level 3, 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive; Chicago, IL 60616, and learn more about […]
Introducing Rick Geiger to the NEW Cisco Energy Blog
It is with great pleasure I introduce you to a senior thought-leader from Cisco, Rick Geiger. As some of you will know, Rick Geiger has been with Cisco for 7 years, and was formerly Director of Engineering in Cisco’s Physical Security Business Unit (now part of the IOTG, or Internet of Things Group) Prior to […]