Guest Wireless Access Made Simple (and Profitable), with Google’s Orion WiFi and OpenRoaming
Google Orion WiFi works with the OpenRoaming standard to help venues use their Wi-Fi networks to serve cellular data users -- and to get paid for it.
Cisco DNA Spaces Proximity Reporting Integrates with ServiceNow Safe Workplace Suite
Learn how Cisco DNA Spaces Proximity Reporting integrates with ServiceNow Safe Workplace Suite to enhance workplace safety.
Work-From-Home Networking: One Size Does Not Fit All
From VPNs to Wi-Fi access points to full SD-WAN routers for the home, there are networking solutions for every type of remote worker.
More than connectivity: Wi-Fi as a lens to analyze business impact during a global crisis
Learn how Cisco DNA Center and Cisco DNA Spaces tap into the rich network and location analytics from Cisco’s Wi-Fi networks during the pandemic and generate business insights to help industries assess the impact, reprioritize and be better prepared for the future.
Renown Health: Supporting patients during a global crisis
Learn how Renown Health, northern Nevada’s largest healthcare provider, was able to build testing centers and a temporary field hospital in ten days using Cisco Access Points and Catalyst Switches.
Moving Wi-Fi Forward: It Takes Great People and Great Technology
Cisco is thrilled that the Wi-Fi Alliance has honored Cisco with the 2020 Industry Impact Award for outstanding contributions to regulatory changes needed to make 6 GHz spectrum available for unlicensed use, and our Distinguished Architect Stephen Orr with its 2020 Mission Specialist Award for his outstanding contributions to the WFA Security Marketing and WFA […]
Using Wi-Fi to Help Manage the Return to the Office
Cisco DNA Spaces use Wi-Fi access points to help you track and manage employee density in the workplace.
Wi-Fi 6 OFDMA: Resource unit (RU) allocations and mappings
Wi-Fi 6 OFDMA provides Resource Unit allocations and mappings that allow Access Points to serve them simultaneously during uplink and downlink transmissions.
Using Wi-Fi? Thank a 35 year-old FCC decision which laid the path for today’s age of connectivity
New technologies don’t just arrive, wholly formed, on the doorstep of customers. The right people, building blocks, business drivers, and regulations need to be in place to make them happen.