Why Manufacturers duplicate IPv4 addresses and how IE switches help solve the issues
Industrial Automation and manufacturing use sophisticated machines with duplicate IP Addresses. Layer 2 NAT on Cisco IE switches can solve this problem.
Reduce Your Turbulence With An Agile Supply Chain
Supported by New Supply Chain Architecture, companies can take several immediate steps to prepare for the future by re-imaging their applications, transforming their technology infrastructure to intelligent technologies, and integrating all ecosystem-based supply chains
Want A Thriving Workforce? Consider Hybrid Work
Unless we are talking about highly automated plants, manufacturing workers will always be on-site and unable to work from remote locations. It makes sense to provide this workforce with the same digital mobility and collaboration tools that office workers have — or risk losing a greater mindshare of next generation of workers.
An insider’s guide to Cisco Live 2022: don’t miss these top 7 IoT highlights
Check out the latest innovations in industrial IoT during an action-packed digital and in-person event in Las Vegas, June 12 to 16.
Cisco announces first outdoor Wi-Fi 6E ready* access point and enhancements for industrial remote operations
New industrial IoT solutions extend wireless to more places and applications and help operations remotely manage flourishing industrial IoT
Harnessing the power of IoT in manufacturing—4 critical components
Learn from the analyst firm Industrial Transformation Network (IX Network) how to capture value at scale from Industry 4.0 investments.
Five lessons manufacturing operations can learn from enterprise IT teams
OT experts in digital manufacturing borrow tried-and-true practices from IT teams to keep the network high performing, available, and secure.
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.