Here’s What You Need to Know About Digital Transformation
Artificial Intelligence / Machine Learning (AI/ML) and other applications are now taking advantage of the digital transformation creating new models of business and impacting various industries.
Is this the Golden Age of the Internet? (Perhaps the Best is Yet to Come)
This week, we released the first Cisco Annual Internet Report (2018 – 2023), a global, regional and country-level forecast with analyses that assess digital transformation across fixed broadband, Wi-Fi, and mobile (3G and below, 4G, 5G) networks.The new report provides quantitative projections (over a 5-year period) on the growth of Internet users, devices and connections as well as network performance and new application requirements.
Join us Jan. 21 to See How the Internet of the Future Will Transform, Well, Everything!
On Jan. 21, we’ll be broadcasting a video that takes a deeper dive into the world-leading Cisco innovations in silicon, software, systems and optics that will power the technologies, applications and services in the era of 5G/AI/IoT.
Building The Internet for the Future Begins Now
Today is the moment when we enter a new phase of the Internet. Cisco revealed breakthrough innovations so significant and expansive, they will change the economics of the Internet for the next generation.
Adaptive. Reliable. Secure. Even during a crisis.
Working together in Puerto Rico, Cisco and NetHope restored networks that enabled emergency response teams and relief agencies to communicate and coordinate efforts in real time to start rebuilding communities.
The Price of Knowledge: dot Learn
dot Learn, first runner-up in our GPS Challenge, is a great example of how technology can enable greater opportunities for more people around the world.
Cisco DNA, at the heart of healthcare innovation
When it comes to healthcare, falling behind the curve isn’t an option. Given the fast pace of technology advancements, there is a growing need to transform healthcare to meet patient...
Multimedia Millennials: Cable operators offer more apps and streaming services to young consumers
In 2015, the average US consumer spent more time inside mobile applications than in front of a TV, enticing cable operators to bring streaming apps onto their platforms.