Wi-Fi

May 2, 2019

HIGH TECH POLICY

The World Runs on Wi-Fi: With Wi Fi 6, Now Is the Time to Open Up More Unlicensed Spectrum for It

At Cisco, we are excited about the generational advance of Wi-Fi 6. To experience the full power of Wi-Fi 6 and 5G technologies, policymakers must find more spectrum for Wi-Fi.

April 30, 2019

HIGH TECH POLICY

Wi-Fi 6 Will Help Power the 5G Era’s Positive Impact on Jobs, Economies, and Peoples’ Quality of Life

Yesterday, Cisco announced its first series of new Wi-Fi products based on the 6thgeneration Wi-Fistandard: Wi-Fi 6. Just like 5G is a sea change for cellular radio technology that...

April 29, 2019

EXECUTIVE PLATFORM

Unplugged and Uninterrupted: What’s Driving Networking Today

Enterprise Networking SVP and GM Scott Harrell discusses how networking needs have changed in recent years, and how we will move the industry forward to meet them.

April 9, 2019

NETWORKING

Why Wi-Fi 6 and 5G Are Different: Physics, Economics, and Human Behavior

Amidst Wi-Fi 6 and 5G, there are three key dimensions that influence wireless design: physics, economics, and human behavior. Let's explore these factors to help leverage the evolving wireless landscape.

April 2, 2019

NETWORKING

Multi-Modal Wireless Security: Air, Users, and Data

It’s not difficult to plan holistically for wireless security if you think about it in three key areas: securing the air, securing users, and securing devices. Let's take a deeper dive.

March 13, 2019

NETWORKING

Wi-Fi at 20: More Indispensable Than Ever

By 2022, half of all data traffic will reach its endpoint over Wi-Fi. Find out why Wi-Fi 6 and 5G are essential wireless solutions for the future of networking.

Join Cisco at Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies 2019

Join Cisco at the Cable Next-Gen Technologies & Strategies event to see our end-to-end hardware and top-to-bottom software solutions that help cable operators navigate their network transformation.

February 18, 2019

HIGH TECH POLICY

I’m Not Tired of Wi-Fi! Are You?

Wi-Fi traffic is expected to triple by 2022. If Wi-Fi occupies spectrum throughout the 6 GHz range, there could be enough spectrum to support future Wi-Fi demand.