Better, Together – Cisco IT at the Tokyo Olympics
Cisco IT was heavily involved in the Olympics, but Tokyo 2020 was different for a thousand reasons. Learn more.
The Future of Broadcast: The All-IP Olympics
The tremendous benefit of IP is that it supports new workflows that enable broadcasters to fundamentally transform how they create and deliver content while lowering their operating expenses. Learn how NBC took full advantage of IP Fabric for Media to broadcast the 2021 Olympic Games.
Enabling Global Sporting Events: Top 5 Challenges
With one of the world’s largest sporting events on the horizon, get a behind-the-scenes look from one of Cisco’s Distinguished engineers on how they plan, implement, and overcome unique IT challenges enabling best-in-class live event digital experiences.
NBC and a Gold Medal (Network) Performance
This will be NBC Universal’s (NBCU) first ever all-IP International Broadcast Center operation at the Olympic Games, powered by a Cisco network. NBCUniversal (NBCU) will deliver more than 7,000 hours of content from the 2021 Tokyo Games to viewers. The moment those cameras capture the image, it starts encoding. That image is then transferred, via a network, by producers in the control room to viewers across the nation. It is then distributed to the consumer in 4k - and it all happens in a moment.
CRN 5-Star Awards: A Lot Can Happen in 10 Years
Because of the mutual success between partners and customers, we are proud to announce that Cisco has won CRN’s Five-Star Award for 10 years in a row!
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.
NAB Show 2018: Broadcasters to Offer Fast Access to Content While Navigating Threats
Customers want fast and easy access to their favorite content, and service providers must deliver to stay on top of the competition.