Wi-Fi 6E, Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue – Part 1
Considering deploying Wi-Fi 6/6E? Would you like to understand how the benefits from this standard will help your network? Is it worth it? This blog will help you do just that.
Achieving Low Latency in Different Types of Wireless Networks Requires an End-to-end Focus
Latency is a function of the proper network design. Radio latency must be considered alongside end-to-end IP latency and round-trip delay. The closer applications are located to where data is being processed in data centers, clouds, or at the network edge, the lower the possible latency.
Latest Innovations in Cisco DNA Software for Wireless
By deploying the latest innovations in Cisco DNA Advantage software for Wireless along with Cisco DNA Center, you can provide your workforce with improved wireless stability, performance, and security.
The future of healthcare is here and Wi-Fi 6E is accelerating its advancement
In an ever-complicated landscape, healthcare IT leaders are working hard to change the way they support their wireless networks. Learn how many using to Wi-Fi 6E to address challenges and new requirements.
Wi-Fi 6E: Changing the game for Sports and Entertainment venues
Sports and entertainment venues are back and more popular than ever. And Cisco Wi-Fi solutions are changing the game for how fans connect and share their experiences.
Get unprecedented visibility with Cisco and Intel Connectivity Analytics
Announcing Intel Connectivity Analytics on Cisco Catalyst and Meraki wireless platforms — providing wireless teams the advanced visibility necessary to quickly investigate and isolate client-side issues at scale, and to deliver optimal wireless experiences for enterprise laptops.
Benefitting from Renewal: What’s new in Cisco DNA Software Subscriptions for Access
Cisco continues to deliver on our promise of innovation. See what's new in Cisco DNA Software for Switching and Wireless.
Wi-Fi 7 needs refinement to enable network infrastructure-based management tools for enterprise & industrial use
Wi-Fi, based on IEEE 802.11, has developed over the last 20+ years to address the needs of an increasingly diverse set of use cases.