Wi-Fi 6E is coming soon, but don’t forget about Cisco Wi-Fi 6 solutions
You may have noticed that in the last few weeks, the industry has been talking a lot about Wi-Fi 6E. Count Cisco among the conversation starters about Wi-Fi 6E too. But what about Wi-Fi 6? What’s going on with that standard? WE talk a little about that now.
How Wi-Fi 6E is driving innovations across industries
Any organization would want more security, faster speeds, lower latency and higher reliability. You get that with Wi-Fi 6E. But what other use cases is Wi-Fi 6E good for? Find out here.
Cisco Catalyst 9100 series, much more than Wi-Fi connectivity
Cisco Catalyst 9100 Access Point is much more than Wi-Fi connectivity, it’s a multi-function and multi-purpose platform for Innovation, capable of enabling multiple wireless technologies.
Simply Faster than the Rest, Cisco Wi-Fi 6 + Multigigabit Switching
With technology advancing faster than ever, we need an equivalently robust network infrastructure to handle it. While Wi-Fi 6 provides blazing-fast wireless speeds, do you have multigigabit switching to maximize its potential?
It is time to deprecate and replace Wi-Fi (un)Protected Setup!
The Wi-Fi industry has had a long history of continuous improvement of Wi-Fi's security features (WEP to WPA to WPA2 to WPA3), with only the occasional hiccup on the way. Wi-Fi Protected Setup represents one such hiccup. It is now time to put a plan in place to deprecate and replace Wi-Fi Protected Setup in the 2.4/5 GHz bands, and avoid any use in the greenfield, 6 GHz band!