Cisco introduces Fastlane+ with advanced multi user scheduling to revolutionize real-time application experience
Fastlane+ enhances the user experience for latency-sensitive voice and video applications in high-density user environments by improving the effectiveness of estimating the uplink buffer status for the supported Wi-Fi 6 capable iPhone and iPad.
Fast Lane on iOS 12 opens up new ‘lanes’ for the mobile workforce
iOS developers can verify app functionality on Cisco enterprise or cloud-managed Meraki infrastructure with the free Fast Lane Validation Lab.
Rethinking iOS Apps in the Enterprise
Download the Fast Lane Network Check app from the iOS app store to check if your network supports Fast Lane.
DevNet Delivering New Fast Lane Validation Program for iOS Developers
As a result of the partnership between Apple and Cisco, enterprises now enjoy a technical advantage of great importance -- mobile apps that reinvent entire workflows and transform businesses.
New Frontiers: Quality of Service Without the Pain
Episode one of Cisco’s five-part innovation series, “New Frontiers: IT Innovations in 5 minutes,” will explore the benefits of transforming your network, starting with QoS.
FOSDEM 2017: a view from the NOC
FOSDEM 2017 was again a great success. We did a bit less analysis compared to 2016, but the numbers we got indicate the number of visitors grew significantly compared to last year: the total number of unique MAC addresses went from 9711 to a stunning 11918, an increase of 22.7%.
TechWiseTV dives into Enterprise Service Automation and Easy QoS
In this episode, Cisco’s Prakash Rajamani demonstrates how orchestration tools like Enterprise Service Automation (ESA) can bring repeatable, consistent, and scalable processes to your virtualized branch deployment. Later, Ramit Kanda shows a dramatically simple way that ESA can be used to control QoS on your network: from wired to wireless, and through the WAN.
Cisco and Apple: Understanding the Innovation
To fully appreciate what these two industry leaders have accomplished, I thought it would be helpful to pull back the covers a bit, and level set on how things are usually done. This can help highlight where and how these tweaks can improve your own enterprise experience.