WiFi 6

August 5, 2021

PARTNER

Deconstructing the 5G opportunity for Cisco Partners

5G promises a new, innovative way to connect more and more devices, with incredible download speed! Customers look forward to better experiences, and increased productivity. Learn the 5 things you should know about Wi-Fi 6 and 5G.

July 8, 2021

NETWORKING

Intelligent Capture: The Magic Goggles for Wireless Troubleshooting

Intelligent Capture helps network admin to isolate, diagnose and resolve any Wi-Fi problems in record time with its deep data analysis on real-time captures and telemetries.

June 3, 2021

NETWORKING

WPA3: Bringing Robust Security for Wi-Fi Networks

WPA3 has brought in robust security for Wi-Fi networks. Wi-Fi 6E and WFA mandating WPA3 for all new Wi-Fi certified devices will be one of critical drivers for the adoption of WPA3.

June 2, 2021

NETWORKING

Too Fast Too Furious with Catalyst Wi-Fi 6 MU-MIMO

Catalyst Wi-Fi 6 MU-MIMO significantly ameliorate network capacity. It provides more than two folds gain in throughput, which can fulfill high-bandwidth application requirements.

May 24, 2021

NETWORKING

All Aboard! Next Stop: Norfolk Southern Smart Campus, Midtown Atlanta

With Cisco Wi-Fi 6 APs and POE switches, along with a Software-Defined Access fabric, Norfolk Southern's new Smart Campus in Mid-Town Atlanta is ready to support employees with a modern, flexible, and secure work environment.

Sports & Entertainment – The Fandom of the Future

With revenue having plummeted in 2020, sports clubs aren’t poised to simply make a comeback to pre-pandemic levels. Some forward-looking organizations are preparing for explosive, mind-boggling growth.

October 6, 2020

NETWORKING

REWE International simplifies IoT with App Hosting

Find out how REWE International is using Application Hosting on the Cisco Catalyst platform, eliminating the need for a hardware IoT overlay network and reducing deployment times by nearly 90%.

September 2, 2020

HIGH TECH POLICY

Wi-Fi has never been more critical but needs harmonised 6GHz spectrum now

The European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) has been drafting rules to allow Wi-Fi into the lower 6GHz band. This process is now entering the final phase, to continue providing high speed, high quality wireless broadband in Europe.