Software Driven Vertical Outcomes
Cisco's software innovations can enable key business outcomes in diverse industry verticals such as manufacturing. This blog explores one such use-case that leverages Cisco's infrastructure, location analytics and automation solutions.
The key to integrating retail systems? The Network.
Technologies revolutionizing the retail industry are top of mind for our customers. At NRF2020 I saw our leading solutions in action, from Wi-Fi 6 to 5G, and connectivity across the value chain.
The End of an Era: Cisco Catalyst 6500 and its impact
How did the Catalyst 6500 change networking? Prashanth Shenoy shares his perspective about the history of the Catalyst 6500, and about the future of the Catalyst 9000 family with Wi-Fi 6 and 5G.
Building The Internet for the Future Begins Now
Today is the moment when we enter a new phase of the Internet. Cisco revealed breakthrough innovations so significant and expansive, they will change the economics of the Internet for the next generation.
How 5G/Wi-Fi 6 will transform multi-access networks in industrial IoT
For industrial IoT to work, organizations will need to scale their IoT deployments with multi-access networks that take advantage of both private LTE, 5G and Wi-Fi 6 technologies.
The Future of Wi-Fi Depends on Access to the 6GHz Band
Wi-Fi 6 is necessary to realizing the promise of the technology of tomorrow. And access to 6 GHz unlicensed spectrum is crucial to the future of our wireless infrastructure.
Diving Deeper into Wi-Fi 6!
The Cisco RF ASIC will provide improved Wi-Fi 6 user experiences, additional analytics into what is happening in your environment, and programmable features.
With Cisco, San Jose State University Delivers a Better Network Experience
As we strolled across campus, Shai pointed out the dozens of Cisco Catalyst 9100 APs. All of which are Wi-Fi 6 compatible, meaning they offer higher speeds to those with enabled devices.
Network Programmability, Wi-Fi 6, and the magic of the Internet.
Today we are facing the realities of Ultra HD (4K) video, and the emergence of Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) applications. In summary, more need, from more users.