5G and Wi-Fi 6 for banks? That makes perfect sense!
5G is thirteen times faster than 4G, and Wi-Fi 6 is three times as powerful as its predecessor, 802.11ac. Together they create a reliable, high-performance infrastructure to enable future network traffic. Discover their role in financial services here.
Illuminate your Network with the Cisco Aironet Active Sensor
The Aironet Active Sensor is a state-of-the-art Wireless Client device that works together with Cisco DNA Assurance to proactively monitor and test your wireless network to ensure the best possible user experience!
Cisco RF ASIC named “Best Enterprise Wi-Fi Network Technology” by the Wireless Broadband Alliance
The Wi-Fi market continues to grow and evolve. We are at a point where RF interference directly impacts the performance of our Wi-Fi networks. The Cisco RF ASIC was introduced to solve this challenge by way of a dedicated RF Unified Engine that improves the scanning efficiency of RF bands to provide efficient real-time analytics and enhance Wi-Fi communication.
Intelligent solutions from Cisco and Intel for business resiliency
Cisco’s CTO of Wireless and Intel’s VP of Client Computing join the Network Insider, a networking podcast, to share information on Wi-Fi 6 and 5G compatible solutions that can help organizations build back more resilient.
Cisco Tees Off at a Spectator-Free U.S. Open
At a Championship unlike any other, Cisco technology is connecting players, fans, media and partners like never before.
Eliminating Wireless Network downtime with In-Service Software Upgrade
Learn about the basics of High Availability and the In-Service Software Upgrade (ISSU) feature available with IOS XE Release 17.3.1 on the Cisco Catalyst 9800 wireless controllers.
Why WBA’s OpenRoaming is laying the foundation for a roaming revolution
OpenRoaming is set to revolutionize roaming, enabling access and identify partners with very different business models to co-operate in order to deliver seamless wireless service to users.
FCC’s 6GHz Proposal Marks the Next Great Leap in Wireless Technology
Today marks a milestone in the evolution of Wi-Fi technology. Thanks to Chairman Pai’s proposal, the FCC plans to make an additional 1,200 megahertz of spectrum available for unlicensed use. This represents the first spectrum allocation for Wi-Fi since 2003 and it couldn’t have come at a more critical time. Wi-Fi is already the most […]